ScreenToGif 2.11 - ScreenToGif allows you to record part of your screen with the Screen Recorder, also there's the Webcam Recorder and the Board Recorder.
- Record your screen and save directly to a gif looped animation or a video.
- Pause and continue to record or start over by discard the recording.
- Move the window around to record what you want, it stays on top.
- You can add Text, Subtitles, Title Frames, Borders, Watermarks, Drawings, etc.
- Crop and Resize.
- Remove frames that you don't want.
- Select a folder to save the file automatically or select one before encoding.
- Add the system cursor to your recording.
- Very small sized and portable executable.
The screen recorder is composed of a hollow window with the main controls on the bottom. From the left to the right:
- Snap to Window: Click, drag and drop on top of a window to automatically resize and move ScreenToGif to fit.
- Options: Opens the Options window.
- FPS: The maximum frames-per-second (fps) of the recording. A range value from 1 to 60 fps. A value of 15 fps means a duration of 66ms for each captured frame.
- Width and Height: The size of the recording rectangle. You can resize to fit your needs by typing new values or by dragging the corners of the window.
- Discard (currently hidden) : When the recording is paused, this button will appear. As the text says, it will discard the current recording.
- Record/Pause: Uh... Starts/pauses the recording?
- Stop: If there's an active (or paused) recording, clicking this button will open the Editor window with your recording loaded.
- APNG support (for saving).
- Added the option of copying the output file/filename/folder after the encoding.
- Added the option of running post encoding commands.
- Added the Obfuscate feature. It's used to pixelate a region of the image.
- You can now use FFmpeg or Gifski to save your gif.
- Added the option of uploading the gif to Imgur or Gfycat. (Experimental feature)
- Added the Spanish (Spain) translations.
- Updated the Russian and Chinese (Simplified) translations.
- You can now download FFmpeg and Gifski directly using the app. Head over to Options > Extras to download it.
- It's now possible to press the enter key to load the selected project from the table of recent projects.
- Images with high dpi (for example, 600dpi) were not displayed correctly.
- Clicking on 'Recent Projects' if the temporary folder does not exist would give an error.
- After changing the delay of frames, the Statistics tab was not updating.
- When opening a project (or any other file) via drag and drop on top of the executable (or link) or via the "Open with..." context menu, the app was opening the startup window instead of the editor.
- While using the new recorder, if the record button was pressed without a screen region selected, an error was happening. Now it will enter the selection mode.
- While clicking on the link to open the file that already exists for types other than Gif, it was only opening the gif file.