ScreenHunter 7 Free, Plus & Pro
ScreenHunter 7 is your brand new all-in-one screen capture and screen recorder.
The old ScreenHunter 6 has been completely remodeled with major upgrades such as combining an enhanced version of AutoScreenRecorder 3’s video recording feature for high quality recording in Windows 7, 8 and 10.
With ScreenHunter 7 Pro, you can control what you see with the most powerful screen capture and automated video recording tool. Never lose what you see with the most exciting ScreenHunter yet!
What makes ScreenHunter 7 different?
Most powerful on the market
It supports full screen capture up to 8K resolution (7680×4320) for multiple monitors and records 4K videos for a single monitor.
It supports frame rate up to 100 fps.
Create high quality videos
Using DirectX lets ScreenHunter 7 produce professional grade videos and images.
A perfect tool for recording movies and courses online.
Capture covered windows
It captures and records windows covered by another window or even minimized windows.
Optimal for automatic or scheduled captures and recording.
Capture while recording
Capture what you see as an image even whilst recording.
Flexible webcam support
You can show your webcam anywhere at any given time,
so you can integrate it into your recording the way you want.
All the features are visible in 4 easy-to-use tabs, so
everyone from beginners to pros can use ScreenHunter 7.
Letter from Dave Campbell - WindowsDevNews.com
Just thought I’d write you a note about my experience for the last hour with the upgrade I purchased earlier.
And no, it’s not negative 😊
It took me a while to get things set up the way I wanted, but once I did, I started playing with the Scroll Down capture.
I realized I could save myself a boat-load of time during one of the things I use graphics tools for.
Then I investigated the tools in the editor and realized I could do another task that I was using 2 tools for prior to this.
So, having figured that out, I went back and converted close to 200 images in the last hour.
I haven’t even tried using video capture yet, and I’m overjoyed with what I’ve been able to do with the image capture.