Version 2.32 of ScreenToGif has been released. With this open source application, the actions on the screen or the images from the webcam can be recorded. The result can optionally be edited with the baked-in editor and then saved as an animated gif image or mp4 movie file. For example, the program can be used well for making short instructional videos.
The program relies on .Net 4.8 and the download is therefore minimal. Also, it can be used without having to install it first. ScreenToGif is being actively developed and new versions appear regularly. The changelog for this release looks like this:
- Memory usage improvements with the frame list inside the editor
- You can now open the app and start recording by using command line arguments (read the wiki for more details).
- Added option to set the background of the editor to follow the OS color theme
- Added option to resize the frames by using percentages.
- The selection adorner could appear in the recording if the region were previously left close to the right corner of the screen.
- The new recorder UI command panel was getting in the way of the capture when positioned to the left of the capture region.
- The insert window was reporting wrong sizing information about the images and canvas.
- The new recorder UI was width and height text boxes were not displaying the correctly scaled size based on the screen DPI.
- When exporting and not selecting a file path, the filename of the temporary file was not using the extension
|Operating systems||Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10|