I use SnagIt and capture fairly high resolution PNGs. They print and
PDF nicely and don't _require_ conversion to use in HTML (through
MIF2GO). However, they can be resized on the fly through MIF2Go -- I
don't know enough about Webworks' capabilities to know if it can do
that too.


On Jan 22, 2008 4:11 PM,  <pxenson at comcast.net> wrote:
> Hi -
> I have a client using FrameMaker 7.2 on Windows XP. They're using SnagIt to 
> create screencaps of application screens and windows. They output to the 
> following:
> - printed book
> - PDF posted online that user can view or print (This is the same PDF sent to 
> press)
> - HTML via Webworks
> They want the screencaps to be clear and readable in all outputs. I've found 
> I get the clearest images when capturing at screen resolution (96 dpi) and 
> importing to FM at the same resolution. The trouble is the images are fairly 
> large in the book/PDF versions and much too large in HTML. However, scaling 
> at any point in the operation reduces clarity.
> The client is absolutely opposed to creating multiple screencaps and using 
> conditional text for the various outputs.
> Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
> Pat Christenson
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