Take screenshots in several methods with this silent and non-intrusive app, enhance the pictures by drawing shapes over them, inserting annotations and applying effects, print or export them to popular formats, and more.
- APP : Bug Shooting
- Version : 126.96.36.1995
- License : Trial
- OS : Windows
- Developer : Alexej Hirsch
Bug Shooting Description
Bug Shooting is a lightweight software application built for helping you take screenshots and apply editing operations to the images to enhance various parts of them.
Non-intrusive and easily accessible
This is an unobtrusive utility that runs quietly in the system tray area until called upon, when it reveals several configuration settings to tinker with. It boasts an intuitive layout that allows you to set up the dedicated parameters with minimum effort.
Multiple screen-grabbing methods
The program gives you the possibility to capture the whole screen, active window, user-defined region, or a certain object, as well as take a using your web camera.
It is possible to take a single screenshot or activate the “Capture series” mode to record multiple images sequentially. Thanks to its built-in magnifier, you can easily examine and grab the desired region.
Browse through snapshots and other operations
Bug Shooting displays the recently taken photos, keeps a history with all snapshots grouped by year and month, and lets you perform search operations to locate a particular image.
What’s more, you can copy the selected picture to the Clipboard, duplicate screenshots, remove them from the list, as well as print or export the selected item to JPG, BMP, PNG, or GIF file format.
Standard graphic editing tools and rich configuration settings
When it comes to editing operations, the software utility lets you insert arrows, lines, rectangles and ellipses, draw freely, embed text messages, flip the image, as well as add preset objects and boxes where you can type in text.
Other notable characteristics worth mentioning are represented by the possibility to undo or redo your actions, open an existing local image to edit it, resize photos, apply blur or grayscale effects, set up the delay time, capture the cursor, and play sound notifications.
Last but not least, it is possible to zoom in or out, switch to full screen mode for a better focus on the editing process, change the layout of the utility by picking a preferred theme, as well as apply enable anti-aliasing mode.
Evaluation and conclusion
During our testing we have noticed that the program carries out a task quickly and provides very good image quality. It doesn’t eat up a lot of CPU and memory, so the overall performance of the computer is not hampered.
All in all, Bug Shooting offers a handy set of parameters for helping you capture essential parts from your projects to an image file and insert annotations, accompanied by numerous useful functions and customization preferences.