How to use Screen Capture for Webinar notes
I use the Free version 6.0 with a basic setup.
By setting it on Stand By and using the F6 hotkey, it is ready to click several images
in a row.
After the webinar, I opened each image in Photoshop , cropped them and saved them in my Pinterest note folder. (You can use any photo editing software.)
You could choose the rectangular area or active. window, but I like to do a
quick click and modify the image later.
Now I have a visual copy and only ended up writing a few notes.
Here’s an alternative using Windows and the PrintScreen (PrtScn) key:
This is a simple way to capture a screen image in Windows. It is similar to copy/paste.
Press the Print Screen (PrtScn) key to copy the image to the clipboard.
Open your image editing program.
Edit > paste (or Control V)
Then Save your image.
This works fine if you want to save one image at a time, but I like having the option of copying several images before modifying and saving them.