ScreenToGif is an open source program that lets you to record a selected area of your screen, live feed from your webcam or live drawings from a sketchboard. Afterwards, you can edit and save the animation as a GIF or video. 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.
What's new in version 2.12:
- Remove frame duplicates: It's a feature that allows you to remove frames that are similar to its neighbors.
- Key Strokes: It's now possible to show the key presses before it actually happened.
- Key Strokes: You can avoid displaying modifier keys while they are not part of a keyboard command.
- Key Strokes: You can add/remove/edit your keys strokes.
- If there's not enough space left on the drive, a warning message will appear on the editor window.
- You can now also control the zoom of the image by using a small up/down field at the bottom of the window.
- It's now possible to set the maximum age that a project can reach before being deleted automatically. It defaults to 5 days old.
- Updated Simplified Chinese, Portuguese, German, Italian, Polish and Danish translations.
- Upload of files via Yandex is now supported.
- While discarding the recording, the app would let you start a new recording before finishing erasing the files of the previous one.
- Encoding with Gifski (Note: It's now using a DLL instead of the executable).
- While adding overlays (Free Text, Free Drawing, Border...) with an image with a DPI not equal to the current DPI of the screen, the overlay content would not appear on the right position of the frame.
- The recorder window position was not being restored properly if the window was closed while it was on a secondary monitor.
- Encoder: Right-clicking to copy a video file was crashing the app.
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