|Timer-activated capture allows you to create sequences of
screenshots from specific region of the screen, at regular intervals. The
captured images will be auto saved in the specific directory with
automatic generated file names.
You can click the "Capture >
Time-activated capture" menu item to open the timer settings dialog.
Firstly, you should set the frequency of the timer. It can be from 1
seconds to 60 minutes. Secondly, choose the screen area you want to
capture. It can be Full screen, active window, or a selected region of the
screen. When you select to capture a selected region, you should specify
the Start X, Start Y, Width and Height of the region. You can also by
clicking the Select region button to specify the region with your
mouse on the screen. If you can check the Draw time on the captured
image option, each image captured by timer will be drawn on a text
indicating the capturing time of it. Thirdly, you should specify the
auto-save directory of captures and the image format. The captured images
will be saved in the directory with the specific format. After these
settings, click Start Timer button to start timed capture.
About the file names: The file name of each capture is
automatically generated and in "index-year-month-day-hour-minute-second"
format. For example, the second image is captured at 09:35:20 2004-2-23,
in jpg format, then the file name will be "2-2004-2-23-09-35-20.jpg". All
the files saved are recorded in the History List. You can view them
quickly from the History bar.
When capturing, Quick
Screenshot Maker will hides itself. To view Quick Screenshot Maker, you
must stop the timed capture first. Right click the icon of Quick
Screenshot Maker on the system tray area, and a dialog will appear. It
shows how many screen shots has been captured since you start timed
capture. Click the "Stop Now" button to stop timer, or click "Cancel"
button to continue. When you stop the capture, Quick Screenshot Maker will
Note: You should stop timed capturing first to use other screen