- 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 (uses a settings file under the AppData folder) executable.
- A potato. No, seriously, you need a reasonable computer.
- Microsoft Windows Vista/Win7/Win8/Win8.1/Win10
- .Net Framework 4.5
• Redesigned the newer recorder UI (you can still use the compact mode if you wish).
• Added better support for multi-scale set of screens.
• The new recorder UI performs better, it’s less laggy when selecting a screen region.
• You can now drag the screen region selection after selecting it or during recording with the new recorder UI.
• Displays the recording time (hover with the cursor on top to see the captured frame count) and shows a counter for manually captured frames.
• Added a capture mode to capture frames only when the user clicks and types (it ignores input while focused within the recorder itself).
• Added a capture mode option, to capture only when something changes within the capture region (it can be activated with PerSecond, PerMinute and PerHour modes).
• You can now display guidelines (customizable rule of thirds and/or crosshair) in the screen recorder.
• New obfuscation methods: Darken and lighten parts of your frames.
• You can set the obfuscation to be applied to the inverse of the selection, with or without smoothened edges.
• Replaced the old folder selector dialogs with a modern variant.
• When saving a project, the button near the folder path now lets you select a folder by default. To select a folder and filename, press Shift while clicking on that button.
• Improved mouse input capture system.
• Added an optional (but default) confirmation dialog when discarding a recording.
• Added the option to display the discard button during the recording (not just when the capture is paused).
• Added scaling quality options for the resize feature.
• Added the option to download updates as a Zip to replace the executable manually (for those users who can’t execute installers).
• The screen recorder now displays the recording status over the taskbar icon.
• Added the option to opt-out from the recorder remembering the previous recording region (size and/or position).
• Updated Gifski to version 1.2.0 (if using portable version, erase the old DLL and download it again to update).
• Updated the Hungarian, Ukrainian and Italian translations.
♦ The update could fail if the update window was opened before the download of the update finished.
♦ The recorder (newer UI) was not detecting some windows (those without the system title bar).
♦ When capturing with the DirectX, the capture was crashing if the recording area was outside of the screen.
♦ When selecting a small screen region with the newer recorder, near the side edges, the capture controls would be displayed outside of the screen.
♦ The newer recorder was crashing in selection mode when the selection was occupying the more than 90% of vertical space, while tucked to the right side of the screen.
♦ When exporting a file with a name with emojis and selecting to copy the filename after encoding, the emojis were not being copied correctly.
♦ The cinemagraph feature was not working correctly when the frame image had a different DPI than the screen.
♦ When capturing using the older recorder and moving the window could result in a long pause (while the window was still being moved) in the recording.
♦ Added missing f, z, g, t, and K date and time formats to the automatic file naming feature.
♦ When the “Single instance only” mode was enabled, dragging and dropping a media file into the executable or into the shortcut of ScreenToGif would show the app window but it would not load the file.
♦ When applying a feature multiple times, the image quality would start to degrade (the image would become blurry).
♦ The troubleshooter is now correctly displaying the position of the windows in multi-DPI systems (also it can now detect screen settings changes while opened).
♦ Removed the indefinite taskbar button animation when importing media.