DuckLink Screen Capture is a simple-to-use application that lets you take snapshots in several different manners, with just a few clicks.
The setup process is over in a jiffy and does not pose any kind of issues, while the interface consists of a small window which lets you choose the type of capture to take. To be more precise, you choose between grabbing a region, polygon, window, scrolling window or full screen.
Editing options you can take advantage of
Once you have taken a snapshot, you can add more captures, draw annotations (e.g. line, arrow, rectangle etc.) or print the image.
In addition to that, it is possible to save it to file or the Clipboard, use the undo and redo functions, as well as set the fill color, stroke color and width.
Exclude the cursor, customize hotkeys and supported file types
In the "Advanced Options" area you can include the cursor into the snapshot, set the time interval for scrolling pages, as well as disable DuckLink Screen Capture from closing to the system tray icon.
Furthermore, you can set the path to the automatic saves, specify the file format (BMP, JPEG or PNG), enable to create subfolders, configure keyboard shortcuts, and more.
Performance and conclusion
The application runs on a moderate-to-high amount of system resources and did not freeze, crash or pop up errors during our tests. Its response time is very good. However, we would have liked to see support for additional image extensions, such as GIF or TIF.
All in all, DuckLink Screen Capture is a good program for taking screenshots and we strongly recommend it to all users.