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Taking 5.5 inch iPhone screenshots on a PC.

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Hi guys. Any tricks for taking iPhone hi-res screenshots on a PC? For example, the 5.5 inch iPhone screenshot is now 1242x2208. For someone with a 1920x1080 monitor, that poses two problems:


1) How to capture a window larger than screen.

2) How to control the app when most of the app screen is not visible.


The first problem is easy to solve with window capture software. Any ideas for the second problem?

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Taking 5.5 inch iPhone screenshots on a PC.

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Hi guys. Any tricks for taking iPhone hi-res screenshots on a PC? For example, the 5.5 inch iPhone screenshot is now 1242x2208. For someone with a 1920x1080 monitor, that poses two problems:


1) How to capture a window larger than screen.

2) How to control the app when most of the app screen is not visible.


The first problem is easy to solve with window capture software. Any ideas for the second problem?

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This is not a problem. Run your App on iPhone and make screenshot. Or ask someone. Or use Photoshop as the rest who don't have device )

p.s. we scaled-up image 563x1000 to 1242x2208 and added edge sharpness. looks nice. Also iTunes compress images so actually it's hard to see diff between 563x1000 scaled to 1242x2208 and 1242x2208 original uploaded to iTunes Connect

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p.s. we scaled-up image 563x1000 to 1242x2208 and added edge sharpness. looks nice. Also iTunes compress images so actually it's hard to see diff between 563x1000 scaled to 1242x2208 and 1242x2208 original uploaded to iTunes Connect

Yes, that's a good idea. I actually had done it before, but the results were not quite as good as the "real thing". What edge sharpness filter do you use?

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