CaptureWizLite 2.4 for Windows

by PixelMetrics

Avg. Rating 2.3 (3 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.8 MB
License Shareware, $19.95
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 969
Publisher PixelMetrics
Homepage CaptureWizLite

Publisher's Description

CaptureWizLite will capture anything on your screen and print, save, email, or sticky-note it quickly. Just move this virtual point & shoot camera over the area you want and press a button. See exactly what will be captured in the camera's viewfinder. Press one button to print the capture, save it as a .bmp, .png, or .jpg file, email it to a friend, copy it to a document, post it like a sticky note or open it in your graphic editor. Or, collect images into onboard folders for easy reference. You can capture the whole screen or entire windows with a few clicks too. It's for anyone who wants to remember, use or mail information on the screen. Capture pieces of web pages, portions of pdf files, error messages, instructional examples and even video clips. It's so quick and easy, you'll use it all the time.

Latest Reviews

Dirk van Hoofen

Dirk van Hoofen reviewed v2.4 on Jan 6, 2005

I use a freeware alternative; this tool cannot work with DIVX and make problems, if you want make screenshots in a game. HyperSnap works better and the author make better prices for students - thats all.

scodan

scodan reviewed v2.2 on Jan 11, 2004

Though the "review" below is quite old, look at the nickname: "eisler". Now consider the registrant of this appliction's home page, pixelmetrics.com: David Eisler. Coincidence? Yeah, right. Nice try, buddy. Hopefully since posting that disingenuous "review", you've learned to try letting your application stand or fall on its own merits.

Avg. Rating 2.3 (3 votes)
Your Rating
Dirk van Hoofen

Dirk van Hoofen reviewed v2.4 on Jan 6, 2005

I use a freeware alternative; this tool cannot work with DIVX and make problems, if you want make screenshots in a game. HyperSnap works better and the author make better prices for students - thats all.

scodan

scodan reviewed v2.2 on Jan 11, 2004

Though the "review" below is quite old, look at the nickname: "eisler". Now consider the registrant of this appliction's home page, pixelmetrics.com: David Eisler. Coincidence? Yeah, right. Nice try, buddy. Hopefully since posting that disingenuous "review", you've learned to try letting your application stand or fall on its own merits.

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