Take automated chronologically organized full-screen desktop screenshots!

Auto Screen Capture

Auto Screen Capture

  -  72.11 MB  -  Freeware

Sometimes latest versions of the software can cause issues when installed on older devices or devices running an older version of the operating system.

Software makers usually fix these issues but it can take them some time. What you can do in the meantime is to download and install an older version of Auto Screen Capture

For those interested in downloading the most recent release of Auto Screen Capture or reading our review, simply click here.

All old versions distributed on our website are completely virus-free and available for download at no cost.

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What's new in this version:

- Fix to encrypted screenshots so they can be handled correctly when decrypting multiple times. Fix to Application Focus so options are saved in Setup. Schedules have scope! This means schedules can take screenshots of individual screens and/or regions instead of all screens and regions (which is still an option). Schedules have their own intervals that run independently from the main interval, but can still control the main interval if needed. Multiple schedules can overlap their scheduled time ranges. Interval no longer uses milliseconds for performance reasons. The -interval command no longer uses milliseconds (-interval=hh:mm:ss should be used going forward) but can still parse the milliseconds part of the command for the purpose of backwards compatibility with older versions of the application so -interval=hh:mm:ss.nnn will still work even though only hours, minutes, and seconds will be used; milliseconds will be ignored. Schedules no longer use seconds for their One Time and Period options; again this is for performance reasons. Similarly the -captureat, -startat, and -stopat commands no longer require seconds to be defined (but still have their seconds part parsed to maintain backwards compatibility with older versions of the application). Module items in module lists have their textbox fields background colour set as a light yellow instead of the standard control grey for easier reading of titles. Any module item titles that exceed 20 characters show in a tool tip so you can hover over a long title and read the full title. Rewrote the code for hiding the application on startup so it hides better than before (especially if using the -hide command). The default filename pattern ("Macro") has changed from "%date%%name%%process% (%date% %time%).%format%" to "%date%%name%%date%_%time%.%format%". New application settings LowDiskMode and LowDiskBytesThreshold (which is set to 50 MB by default); LowDiskMode is set to consider low disk space in bytes instead of low disk space by percentage. New commands -optimize=on and -optimize=off for turning on and off Optimize Screen Capture. Capture Now Options gives the ability to define a Macro specifically for "Capture Now / Archive" and "Capture Now / Edit". Optimize Screen Capture no longer uses a hash dictionary. It now uses an image comparison library to compare the histogram between the new image and the previous image. You can set a level of "tolerance" to determine how acceptable the image difference should be. ⦁ Auto Screen Capture Configuration File has been enhanced to include definitions for default Screens, Regions, Editors, Schedules, Macro Tags, and Triggers so you no longer need to craft the specific XML data files for each user; simply ensure you have autoscreen.exe and autoscreen.conf available and the application will create the data files based on the default settings and default definitions. If existing data files are encountered then existing settings will be used. New tool "Command Deck" is a small floating window containing the application's most common controls. New Region Select option "Add Region (Express)" creates a new Region based on the selected screen area without showing the Add Region dialog window. A main menu bar added. You can now hide and show the modules on the right side of the main interface by clicking on the toggle button located on the very right side of the main interface. New commands -showInterface and -hideInterface to show and hide the main interface from the command line. New tool "Auto Screen Capture For Beginners" for people who are unfamiliar with the functionality of the application but familiar enough with other screen capture software