Capturex

1.4

 
License: Free to try
Price:
$29.95
Rated:
Downloads: 1
Op. System: Win98, WinME, WinXP, Windows2000
Last updated: 12-01-2003
File size: 1.99 MB
Publisher: Cliprex Video Software
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Publisher description for Capturex

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Capturex is an image grabber designed to save stills from videos to a wide range of image formats. Capturex supports MPG, MPEG-2, AVI, DivX, XviD, ASF, WMV, and many more video types. It has an intuitive interface with an instant preview of every grabbed frame and the ability to open the image in any external image editor directly from the application. Drag-and-drop support is included, as well as a history list of used editors. Capturex can save images one by one, automatically or using a batch operation to BMP, JPG, GIF, WMF, EMF, TIFF, PNG, ICO, PCX, and JPEG2000 formats. This update has added extra functionality, support for user profiles, minor bug fixes, and graphical user interface improvements. This application is a must for taking snapshots from videos!

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Visitor: MissRR
I installed the trial version on Windows XP, but first had to upgrade to DirectX 9 drivers. I could not then run Capturex under my user account and got a warning that I had to run it as Administrator first, to create an account or something. I decided to work with it under the Admin account and found it very easy to capture my stills. However, when I again tried to run it under the user account I got an access violation and could not even close the program without killing it in Task Manager.
General rate: Positive
Visitor: John77
The only program that captures stills like it should. Congratulations!
General rate: Positive
Visitor: AstroNerdBoy
'The only program that captures stills like it should. Congratulations!'
General rate: Positive
Visitor: Eric67
'I installed the trial version on Windows XP, but first had to upgrade to DirectX 9 drivers. I could not then run Capturex under my user account and got a warning that I had to run it as Administrator first, to create an account or something. I decided to work with it under the Admin account and found it very easy to capture my stills. However, when I again tried to run it under the user account I got an access violation and could not even close the program without killing it in Task Manager.'
General rate: Positive