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Is there a simpler way to merge a screenshot into a resized file?

New Here ,
Mar 04, 2020 Mar 04, 2020

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Hi.

We frequently need to update captivate files that have been resized from 1200x700 to 1200x750. When merging the screenshot (captured with Snagit) into the upsized file the screenshot jumps about 25 pixels and adds a white banner to the bottom of the slide.

Our workaround has been to copy the background of the 1200x750 slide into a 1200x700 slide, then merge the screenshot in there. Then copy the background of the 1200x700 slide and paste into the background of the 1200x 750 slide.

Is there an easier way to accomplish this? TIA.

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Mar 05, 2020 Mar 05, 2020

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Only alternative is to edit the screenshots with a graphics application. If you keep the screenshot separate from the background, it can be rescaled by Project, Modify, Rescale, but you'll lose the width/height ratio....

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Mar 05, 2020 Mar 05, 2020

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OK. Thank you. It just seems like there should be an easier way...

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If you kept the ratio width/height... but you did not.

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