Monday, March 2, 2009
WebShot allows you to take screenshots of web pages and save them as full sized images or thumbnails. Screenshots images can be output in the JPG, GIF, PNG, or BMP formats.
WebShot is an utility for taking screenshots of whole (fully scrolled) webpages using the Internet Explorer browser. You can change how the screenshots will be taken by adjusting the browser resolution and the image resolution, by using these options is possible to capture a specific area of a site or make thumbnails of websites. You can also batch process a bunch of websites by simply placing their URL in a text file and selecting an output folder which is useful. Unfortunately WebShot doesn't come with any kind of documentation which made me stumble a little at the beginning but you'll probably get the hang of it in no time. Also while WebShot works well it lacks a lot of the features of it's paid versions which may be not so bad if you don't want any advanced features.
In conclusion WebShot it's a pretty good app for taking screenshots of websites. Available for Windows 2000/2003/XP.
Get it at http://www.websitescreenshots.com/