View Full Version : Taking screenshots
11-09-2002, 06:36 PM
Hi Everybody !
Is there any way to take several screenshots in FS2002 without having to press control print screen every time and pasting the picture in an image editing program ?
Something like: just pressing any combination of keys during the game that would produce a .jpg in a determinated folder ?
Any help would be nice !
Thank you in advance.
11-09-2002, 07:37 PM
try downloading pro paintshop, i cant remember the website off hand, but try a search for it on any search engine. pro paintshop will create a seperate folder, so during a flight you just press the print screen button whenever you want, as many times as you want and each time you take a shot it will be stored in the paintshop folder for you to do what you will with.
hope that helps :D
11-09-2002, 07:39 PM
LAST EDITED ON Nov-09-02 AT 07:40PM (EST)[p]Search for fsscreen.zip in the library. Start it up before you fly, and every time you hit the print screen button, it'll save the picture (in .bmp format) in the folder where you install the program.
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11-09-2002, 07:45 PM
OH YEA!!!! fsscreen is needed and works well with pro paintshop, i just forgot to say anything about it?! :-lol :-lol sorry, im tired, its 1.a.m here in the u.k
11-09-2002, 11:00 PM
There is another screen shot program called screen shot manager which lets you define a folder for your screenshots and the format, i.e. bitmap or jpeg.Also can be set to autosave and uses print screen button to take the shot.
11-09-2002, 11:43 PM
You as well might consider Graber2K. When configured you just hit Print Screen and keep on flying. Later just go to the folder you created and directed the shots to where you can fiddle with the shot as in resize etc. Find Gbaber2k here -
11-10-2002, 12:18 AM
Well I might, as well through one in also itís very similar to FSScreen but has more features and itís called Yet Another FSScreen. I have been using it lately and my experience has been to save my screenshot in bmp format for the best quality for the image even though it also can be saved in GIF, JPEG, or PNG formats with it.
If you want to resize your shot and sharpen it get this handy simple tool named IrFan View after you have edited your bmp image you can save it JPEG and many more different formats.
IrFan View version: 3.75--- -http://www.irfanview.com
Both are Free
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