This week's Web 2.0 Wednesday post will focus on a free screen capture tool called Jing.
Check out the website @ www.jingproject.com
I know we have all used the "Print Screen" key on the keyboard to capture a picture of our computer screen. While this method is functional, it does require pasting the screen capture into another program (usually Microsoft Paint) and then performing some editing.
Once you download Jing, which is available for either Windows or MAC, you can instantly capture any action on your screen as either a snapshot or a video.
Pictures are saved as a .PNG file format. Then you can use that file to post to the web, email, use in a presentation, or basically anything else you can think of!
Have you used Jing? If you have, tell us about it by leaving a comment.