Migration to Microsoft .NET 4.8 Framework
Following Microsoft updates for performance and security, Screenpresso runs now on .NET 4.8 framework.
Improved custom filename
The configuration of a custom filename for screenshots is enhanced, and more options are available.
The 2 minutes limit length for animated gif is removed
Animated GIFs should be short and lightweight. That's why we recommend keeping GIFs video under 2 minutes length. However, Screenpresso does not hard limit it anymore.
New "VideoPauseBeforeStop" advanced settings
You can resume the video recording when you stop it. The stop button acts as a pause button, and a second confirmation is needed to finalize the video.
New "SnappingDepth" advanced settings
When you start a capture, moving the mouse over a window selects it. If you set the depth value to 1 you can select the child window of this root window by moving the mouse over it. If you set a value to 2, you can select a child window of this child window, and so on... The default value is 1 but to capture only root windows in one click, you might prefer to set it to 0.
A new What's new? dialog has been added
When a new version is available, the release note is now shown directly in Screenpresso.
Updated third parties components
Other embeded technologies
New interprocess communication engine
Screenpresso uses a new communication framework for interprocess communciation. It will improve performance and security.
New internal logger
As you may have seen it using the beta version of Screenpresso, we now use a new internal logger to help us diagnose issues and fix bugs.
Faster install and uninstall
Screenpresso was already quick to install, but it is even faster now on this 1.8 version.