To accommodate these needs, a software like WebShot can provide assistance when it comes to taking a screenshot of a certain site. It is capable of doing all the hard work automatically, with as little user intervention as possible.
Take several snapshots
If you plan to take screenshots of multiple pages at the same time, just make a list inside WebShot by adding multiple source URLs and the application will take care of that for you.
We have tested the program with multiple links and besides the fact that it worked pretty fast, it also did the whole job perfectly, without errors or other issues.
Formats supported and some of the tweaks available
When it comes to saving the captured images, the application offers several formats for you to choose from. WebShot can handle equally well BMP, JPG, PNG and GIF file types, while allowing you to adjust the output quality to the desired level using a simple slider in the “Image” section of the settings menu.
Another customization you can make is picture size related. The choices are “Fixed Size,” “Minimum Size” and “Maximum Size” with individual boxes where you can specify the width and height. In addition to that, this utility enables you to select the timeout values for the whole process from the aforementioned menu.
Conclusion and performance
All things considered, WebShot is indeed a good software to have at hand for capturing screenshots of entire websites or single pages. It is easy to use and customize, not to mention the fact that it supports the most common image types, so you can try and see what it can actually do for you.
Reviewed by Bogdan Popa, last updated on August 12th, 2014
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- Added /processes command line parameter
- Fixed valid characters being removed from filenames
Application descriptionWebShot is a program that allows you to take screenshots and thumbnails of web pages or whole websites. WebShot comes ...
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