Firefox addons to capture web page

December 9th, 2009 by aditia rahman / 4 Comments  

     

Sometimes we need to capture web page for many purposes, weather just for fun, making personal web shot gallery, trying to know what color in use in the web page or maybe just for collection of web site design that making inspiration. Firefox addons is one of the tool that can take full or visible web pages.

1. Aviary Screen Capture & Quick Launch (Talon)

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aviaryThis addon for quick screen capture is a must-have for bloggers and designers alike! It will perform a screen capture and then open the image INSTANTLY in a basic image editor where you can do markup (draw arrows and rectangles), edit (crop, rotate and resize) and get the exact pixel colors of the image. A perfect companion tool for designers and bloggers! Features include:
* Full or partial screen capture of all webpages and images (even Flash, in FF3.6+).
* Save to desktop, host online, or edit in Aviary design apps. You have 5 to choose from.
* Quick launch 5 Aviary design apps: Image editor, markup editor, vector editor, color palette editor & effects editor.

2. Screengrab

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screengrabScreengrab! saves entire webpages as images. It will capture what you can see in the window, the entire page, just a selection, a particular frame… basically  it saves webpages as images – either to a file, or to the clipboard. It can capture any Java or Flash embedded in a page, but to do this it requires Java to be installed in the browser. The following little keywords are at the request of those who can’t remember the name ScreenGrab! and want searches to work. It takes screen shots, screenshots – that is, shots, of web pages.

3. Capture Fox

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You can use this tool to capture firefox window or the whole screen and make screencast videos. You can compose tutorials, e-lessons or videos. You can also record your voice. This extension is for Windows XP, Vista, and 7.

4. Screenshot Pimp

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screenshot-pimpNeed a screen shot? Screenshot Pimp lets you easily save images of web pages with multiple options for selection, output destination, and image type. Clean and simple with customizable key binding and easy to reach navigation.

5. WebShots

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Webshots is a Firefox extension that allows you to capture screen shots of web pages. This is great for saving a specific page for future reference, sharing a web page with a friend, and more! So far, you can only capture the screen shots and save them.

6. Pixlr Grabber

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pixlr-grabberMaking screen grabs and pulling down images from the web just got a bit more easy. With the Pixlr grabber add-on you can skip the part where you first save the images to your computer and then cut, annotate or edit them. You do it direct in browser! We bring you advances and lightweight editing possibilities, guaranteed to speed up your work flow. Grab the entire page, visible part or select area your self. Right click any photo or background and edit them in a advanced image editor.

7. Show Screen Captures

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Displays screen captures of external links on a web page. Screen shots provided by openthumbshots.org.

8. Abduction!

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abductionRight click on any web page, frame or iframe, click “Save Page As Image…” and then resize the selection around the piece you want to save. The element that you right clicked on will automaticaly be selected, you can quickly expand the selection to the  entire page by double clicking, to restore, double click again.

9. Shooter

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shooterShooter is a Mozilla Firefox browser extension, which allows you to take a screenshot of a given browser page, or a specific region of it. Basically, it can be used to take screenshots of websites or portions of it, very useful for a web developer or tester/QA.

10. iimmgg.com Tools

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iimmggUpload pictures or browser screenshots (you can capture full or part of any web page) to iimmgg.com. With just one click you can upload any picture to iimmgg.com and share it with the world. You can also save screenshots to your hard disk. You can also configure iimmgg.com Tools extension to automatically upload the pictures to your own (and FREE) iimmgg.com account. This extension gets lot of “inspiration” from the picnik.com fantastic extension (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4889) and makes use of part of the code from Web Developer extension (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/60), so we would like to thank to those developers (Justin Huff from the Picnik Team, and Chris Pederick, the genius behind Web Developer) for their great work.

11. FireShot

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fireshotFireShot is a Firefox extension that creates screenshots of web pages (entirely or just visible part). Unlike other extensions, this plugin provides a set of editing and annotation tools, which let users quickly modify web captures and insert text annotations and graphical annotations. Such functionality will be especially useful for web designers, testers and content reviewers. The captures can be:
- uploaded to FREE public screenshot hosting
- saved to disk (PNG, GIF, JPEG, BMP)
- printed
- copied to clipboard
- e-mailed
- sent to configurable external editor for further processing.

11. Pearl Crescent Page Saver Basic

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pearl-crescent-page-saver-basicSave an image of a web page (including Flash content) to a file. Web page screenshots may be captured interactively or from the command line. Options allow you to control the output format (PNG or JPEG), image file name, scaling, and much more.

12. Mozilla Archive Format

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his extension enhances the way web pages are saved on your computer. It provides the following advantages over the built-in save system:
- A complete page can be saved in a single file (web archive)
- You can name files using the title of the page (title save)
- The saved pages are faithful to the original (exact save)
You can view and save MHT (MHTML) files, with excellent compatibility with Internet Explorer; but more importantly, you can use the MAFF file format, with the following advantages:
- Save disk space, since MAFF files are compressed
- Include video and audio embedded in the pages
- Be universal, since MAFF is based on ZIP and compatible with Linux and other platforms
- Use an open format, with no risk of vendor lock-in
The MAFF format is exceptional when combined with the built-in browser support for the Ogg Vorbis and Ogg Theora media formats in web pages: you can save everything in a single file. You can even save more than one tab in a single MAFF file. The MAF extension allows you to convert your already saved pages to the format of your choice. You can use this feature to save disk space, or even to convert MAFF to the other formats, should you ever decide to go back. MAF also interoperates with other extensions, for example:
- Multiple Tab Handler (easily select the tabs to save)
- UnMHT (additional expert features to read and write MHTML)

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  • Bert класный says:

    I hope this was a very interesting post thanks for writing it

  • aditia says:

    for windows I’ll recommend fireshot, cause it can capture flash perfectly,
    for linux i always use abduction or screengrab,
    for mac ummmm ….. don’t know ….. haha …. i’m not yet a mac user .. hope soon will be

  • haqi says:

    yang paling bagus yg mana nih ?

    great website. keep posting :)

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