As an aside I did figure out how to change an image to 300 DPI using SnagIt 12. yes it is a twostep process but it is better than SnagIt 10 crashing all the time on windows 10 x64!
I have 6 writers. Two of us use 3.5-year-old employer-supplied MacBook Pros (1440x900), two use 2-year-old employer-supplied MacBook Pros (2880), one is on a Dell, and a guy in India is on a different Win10 machine. We all capture images of the same product to go into docs that we all work on. We cannot replace each others' images without changing the FrameMaker import resolution, and then rechanging it if someone else replaces the image.
If we could set everyone to capture at the same resolution, we could save a lot of time and frustration.
For those of you not doing physical printing, I would love to better understand the problems you are experiencing. When you capture and image and it doesn't match your end programs DPI resolution, what issues are you seeing?
User Experience Designer
Here is where you can find it in the new capture interface:
Thanks for all of your feedback,
Optimally I need my screen captures to match the resolution on my screen - which is 72 dpi. Can I set Snagit to capture at this setting? I am currently having to resize every image I capture.
Is there any way or settings in Snagit for changing captured image DPI. I need atleast 300DPI quality image.
I just downloaded Snagit, version 11, because i wanted to try to change the dpi on images as shown in this tutorial for version 10...
However, the new version does not seem to offer this facility. Am I missing something?
To anyone just joining this thread...see Andy's post above for details on the new image resolution setting in Snagit 13. You can create a preset that captures at 300 dpi, for example, and assign it a hotkey for when you need print-ready screenshots.
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