This little Windows program I made pretty much takes a screenshot every time you release the left or right mouse button. It doesn't exactly save the whole picture every time you change a pixel, but it can be used to show people exactly what goes on when you're creating or modifying a pixel art. It only saves the WIP's with a specific name set in a specific folder (SavePlace in the program's directory); additional options may come later if feedback is acceptable. As-is, however, it's usable, and you can turn it into a video if you use, for example, VirtualDub to import the BMP's it makes. I can possibly make it work for other Windows programs if users of the aforementioned programs can send them to me so I can get their window class names.
Posted by DeProgrammer
at 1/16/2008 10:59:29 AM | 0 comments