HTML Snapshot Review 2.1.2011.1111
HTML Snapshot is an easy way to grab a screen shot of a web page, and it allows you many different options. It can be used as a stand-alone program or it can be integrated into other applications, such as those created in C++ Builder, Visual Basic, Visual C++, and other scripts and programs that support the use of an ActiveX component. The images are then converted into PNG, JPG, BMP, GIF, or TIFF files. In addition, text files and archived Internet files can also be picked up by HTML Snapshot.
Once you take a picture of a page, you have control over the image. You control the compression method, size, and quality, making the image fit your needs. An entire page can be saved at once, so no more worrying about scroll bars and cutting off parts of the screen. If you need the code, images, or text, Snapshot lets you change HTML into text or images, and you can also convert the page into a vector image if you wish. You can view the pages in black and white, create thumbnails, or you can check out all of the links, cookies, or the source code for the page.
Since HTML Snapshot makes use of the basic functionality of Internet Explorer, it doesn’t take up a lot of room on your drive or in memory. It works with Windows Vista and Internet Explorer 7, as well as Windows X64. The program comes with plenty of information to help you get started, including examples in Delphi, Visual Basic, Cold Fusion, FoxPro, PowerBuilder, Java Script, Ruby, and many more. Once images have been downloaded you can immediately watermark them for security, create thumbnails, or convert the HTML to a transparent GIF file.
Whatever your needs, this powerful program is sure to deliver it. It is available as an immediate download, with a free 30 day trial included. It may take you that long just to try all the varied features of HTML Snapshot. You’re sure to fall in love with this one, and once you’ve tried it you won’t want to give it up.