Check what you want to add to the captured image or recorded video.
Add the mouse pointer. ScreenHunter 7 can capture enlarged mouse pointers on Windows 10.
To setup, on Windows 10 Settings, find Change mouse pointer size:
Windows 11 Mouse pinter settings:
Cursor Effect Settings (video only) Dialog
This is for video only and has no effects while capturing an image.
Highlight cursor - When you need to highlight the cursor in a recorded video.
Size - Assign the circle size compared to the current cursor size.
Color - Choose from a color panel.
Show click effect - when you need to show where cursor clicks occur in a recorded video. You can choose one of the following shapes.
Shape - choose one:
Circle - Check Solid if you want the circle to be filled.
Square - Square effect
Focus - Focus effect
Color - Click effect color
In a recorded video:
Select to add text annotation.
Caption Settings Dialog
Check to include the text you want to add. A date and time format can be selected from the dropdown list.
Highlight an item in the box and click the up or down buttons on the right to change the sequence.
You can choose the text font, color, background color, transparency percent, and the position of the caption.
Check to add a watermark.
Watermark Settings Dialog
Click the folder icon on the right to choose an image file to use as the watermark. You may use a transparent PNG or SHF file.
E.g. when using the watermark in a capture:
Choose different scale and transparency options for the watermark.
Choose a position for the watermark to appear in the image or video.
Check to downscale down the capture.
Choose a scale from the dropdown list on the right.
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