There are many situations in which you may want to capture screenshots of a web page. Sure, there are browser extensions that do the job, but if you need to capture screenshots from many web pages or generate them as part of an automated process, you'll need a command line tool to do this job . VeryUtils has a Website Screenshot Capture Command Line software that generates screenshots of web pages from the command line, it will help you to generate screenshot or thumbnails from web pages quickly.
VeryUtils Web Screenshot Capture Command Line can be purchased from this web page,
VeryUtils HTML to Image Converter can be used in any type of .NET application to convert HTML pages to raster images and to create thumbnails of the HTML pages. The HTML to Image Converter is a standalone product, it doesn't depend on any third party products. Using this software you can convert HTML pages to any type of raster image formats like BMP, JPEG, PNG or GIF. When converting to PNG you can also choose to produce an image with transparent background.
The integration with existing .NET applications is extremely easy and no installation is necessary. We will provide the full C# source code for the demo application after you purchase the software.
VeryUtils Web Screenshot Capture Command Line software has following features:
* Convert Web Page to High Resolution Image Snapshot.
* Supported Images (PNG, GIF, JPG, TIF, BMP, PPM, PGM).
* Convert HTML pages to raster images.
* Create thumbnails of the HTML pages.
* Create transparent PNG images.
* Convert HTML pages to images in memory or to image files in a folder.
* Save the HTML pages images in various image formats.
* Does not depend on any third party tools.
* Support for .NET 2.0, .NET 4.0 frameworks and later.
* 24x7 Technical Support.
The following is a VB.NET example to convert a web page to image file,
Dim HTML2Image As New ProcessStartInfo
HTML2Image.FileName = "D:\VeryUtils\htmlconv.bin"
HTML2Image.Arguments = "D:\VeryUtils\rasterize.js http://www.google.com D:\out.png"
HTML2Image.UseShellExecute = True
HTML2Image.WindowStyle = ProcessWindowStyle.Normal
Dim proc As Process = Process.Start(HTML2Image)
The following is a C# example to convert a web page to image file,
System.Diagnostics.Process process1 = new System.Diagnostics.Process();
process1.StartInfo.FileName = "D:\VeryUtils\htmlconv.bin";
process1.StartInfo.Arguments = "D:\VeryUtils\rasterize.js http://www.google.com D:\out.png";
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