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ksnip v1.7.3
ksnip v1.7.3 Ksnip is a Qt based cross-platform screenshot tool that provides many annotation features for your screenshots. Features Supports Linux (X11, KDE Wayland and Gnome Wayland), Windows and MacOS Taking screenshot of a custom rectangular area that can be drawn with mouse cursor. Taking screenshot of the screen/monitor where the mouse cursor is currently located. Taking screenshot of full screen, including all screens/monitors. Taking screenshot of window that currently has focus. Taking screenshot of window under mouse cursor. Take screenshot with or without mouse cursor. Capture mouse cursor as annotation item that can be moved and deleted. Customizable capture delay for all capture options. Upload screenshots directly to imgur.com in anonymous or user mode. Upload screenshots via custom user defined scripts. Command line support, for taking screenshot and saving it to default location, filename and format. Customizable default location, filename and format for saving new screenshots with wildcards for Year ($Y), Month ($M), Day ($D) and Time ($T) and Counter (multiple # characters for number with zero leading padding).. Print screenshot or save is to pdf/ps. Annotate screenshots with pen, marker, rectangles, ellipses, texts and other tools. Annotate screenshots with stickers and add custom stickers. Add watermarks to captured images. Global HotKeys for taking Screenshots (Currently only for Windows and X11). Tabs for Screenshots and images. Open existing images via dialog, drag-and-drop or paste from clipboard. Run as single instance application (secondary instances send cli parameter to primary instance). Many configuration options. Languages French, Dutch, Polish, Norwegian, German, Spanish, Russian This download is for the Windows version. If you need the MacOS version, download here. If you need the Linux version, download here. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 882 Oct 21, 2020
Damir Porobic
Sazanami v1.7.3
Sazanami v1.7.3 Sazanami is a full-featured audio editor for Windows that supports uncompressed WAV formats. You can edit sound files such as WAV or AIFF files. In addition to MP3, WMA, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, it is also possible to read DSF / DSF / WSD format DSD files, etc., and it also supports format conversion. The program offers a wide range of filters and effects that include compressor, limiter, fade, reverb, low-pass / high-pass filter, IIR filter, FIR filter, pitch / tempo change, and Doppler effect. You can also rip from an audio CD or record from a microphone input. Other features include hiss noise reduction, delay, click removal, support for VST / DX plug-ins, a volume normalization function, a parametric equalizer, channel selection function, and more. Please note - Sazanami software is not suitable for: Directly editing compressed files, such as MP3s, without decompressing them Recording Internet radio Sazanami key features: Uncompressed WAV files are opened instantly Cut/copy/paste editing Sampling rate conversion Search for silent regions Recording from sound devices (microphone, line-in etc.) Hiss reduction and click noise removal Realistic FIR Reverb effect Convolution using WAV files as FIR filters WMA/MP3/Vorbis/FLAC import/export AAC import/export (Windows 7 or later) CD audio track import Spectrum/spectrogram display Pitch-preserving slow/fast playback System requirements: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
5/5 443 May 11, 2021
Narumi Watanabe
   
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