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How to set the screenshot resolution?

29th August 2014, 08:24 AM |#1  
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Hello, as we all know, we could capture the screen by pressing the button on the S-Pen while it is touching the screen. Is the resolution the same as the one set in the Camera app? Is there a way to set the resolution of screen capture and possibly screen video recording independently from that in the Camera app?
 
 
29th August 2014, 08:51 AM |#2  
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To get a screen shot at native resolution hold the power and home buttons simultaneously. A white border will be displayed briefly if you are successful. The image will be saved to your gallery.

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29th August 2014, 10:31 AM |#3  
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The setting for the screen capture by either the Spen or the Power+Home buttons is identical to the native screen resolution. This can not be changed. (Not by any regular means. You'd have to find a way to change the entire screen resolution of the tablet itself.)

That method of taking screenshots is no more or less than pressing Printscreen on a Windows computer. It's build into the firmware. (And like everything Touchwiz, it doesn't have settings).
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Thanks for the info. I was taking screenshots to post on the forum. The file sizes were so big that they could not be posted. I transferred those files to my Mac and used another application to reduce the resolution/size. Then, posted on this forum. I would be great if this could be done on the same device in less steps.
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Thanks for the info. I was taking screenshots to post on the forum. The file sizes were so big that they could not be posted. I transferred those files to my Mac and used another application to reduce the resolution/size. Then, posted on this forum. I would be great if this could be done on the same device in less steps.

You can do that. Install Quickpic (It's a gallery app, works much better than the stock gallery).

Open it, open the photo, hit the optionskey --> Edit --> Edit (the one with the quickpic logo) --> resize (the icon with the four arrows pointing to the center). Select a size and hit the checkmark at the top right. All done
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29th August 2014, 04:32 PM |#6  
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Yeah ShadowLea is right. Whether you use screen shot via the key combo or screen write using the pen stylus the resolution is the same. The images look different because the image is softened in screen write. One can only speculate why this is, my guess is it's probably too bring focus to the writing you're going to add on top of the capture. It's too bad this blur can't be disabled.

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