can you batch save multiple images from the Snagit Editor in one hit?

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I'd like to be able to select multiple images in the snagit capture library and then choose to save them all to JPG (or any other format). They could use an sequential number in the filename, or the date/time captured - it'd just be nice to be able to save a whole bunch of captures off to a folder in one hit.

Is this possible? If not, could it be considered for a future release?

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Tiffany Wood

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If you are in the Snagit Library view, you can select multiple images, right-click, and select Batch Conversion Wizard. You can follow the steps to convert the images to JPG. Thanks for the feedback!
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Jeffrey Gramlich

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Is this possible with snagit for mac 1.0.4? I can't seem to select multiple images in the tray.
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Theresa Shoop

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Can you capture mutliple images while keeping the folder structure in tact? For example, multiple tifs in folders....convert all tifs to PDFs and keep folder structure in tact? or create a new folder for PDFs? Is that available?
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Jeff Finnan

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Yes, this is confusing. Here is how I did it on a Windows 7 Machine. You have to find the Datastore. For me it is on the C drive C:\Users\Jeff\AppData\Local\TechSmith\Snagit\DataStore

Open the Batch Conversion Wizard

In Snagit Editor, select File menu > Convert Images.
In the Library, right-click on a thumbnail and select Batch Conversion Wizard.
In Snagit, select Tools > Convert Images.

The Batch Conversion Wizard appears. Follow the instructions on each page.
Select the Image Files to Convert

This is were you go to the Datastore. The images .SNAG. I had 44 images to convert. I organized the files by Date Modified which made it is to select per below.

Click the Add Files button to select the desired images. CTRL+click to select multiple images.
Click the Next button.

It was easy then.

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