Capture selected region at fixed relation between width and height

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  • Lexan

    So there's possibility to use aspect ratios of 1:1, 4:3 and 16:9 with use of the Shift- and Ctrl-keys.

    https://www.techsmith.com/learn/tutorials/snagit/snagit-hotkeys/

    But this does not work very well on my M1 mac. Does anyone else have the issues too?

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  • Luke Griffioen

    Hi,

    The hotkeys listed there are only on windows, on mac we snap to various 4:3 aspect ratio sizes automatically, and then holding shift allows you to resize while maintaining the current aspect ratio.

    to get a 3:1 what you'd want to do is set up all in one to have a fixed region of say, 300x100.

     

    when to start a capture, you can then resize that region while holding shift down to preserve the aspect ratio. I hope this helps!

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  • Lexan

    Okay, I see. Thank you Luke. But shift does nothing when using a fixed region, like you're proposing. The fixed region moves freely with the mouse cursor, but I can't resize it. 

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  • Luke Griffioen

    Hi,

    When you're in the mouse tracking mode, you can click to lock in the position. Then you can resize it while holding shift.

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  • Lexan

    When I click, the snapshot is taken. But If I cmd+tab, the region freezes and I can alter the size with a fixed ratio, that's correct. But then I can't re-position the region/snapshot, making it rather cumbersome to try and hit the right spot before cmd+tab.

    Thanks for the trial, but this will not work for me. Good software otherwise. Thank you for your help.

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  • Luke Griffioen

    Hi,

    You will want to switch from the image capture tab to the all-in-one tab, then this will work as I described :)

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  • Lexan

    Heureka! Thank you!

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