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Aviary Talon is a cool tool for grabbing screen captures right from Firefox. Sure you can save it to your desktop, but you ...
can also save it to your free Aviary account. Make changes, save them and come back to work on it later.
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Grab a Web Page Screenshot and Edit it with Talon
Hi. This is Mike Callahan, “Doctor File Finder” and welcome to your Butterscotch.com tutorial on how to take a screenshot with Aviary Talon and edit it and do with all online which is so cool.
So I’m here at the Aviary homepage. If you already have your free account, you can just log in. If you don’t, you can sign up and there’s a tutorial to walk you through that. So I’m going to click login and that’s my password. Click login, now I’ll be on my account. The reason for logging in is that if I should want a save something I captured to my account I need to be logged into it. So, I can go off to the internet now and look for things to capture and if I want to save something to my Aviary account, I’ll be able to do so.
So I’ve picked a photo to capture. So I can go up here to Aviary, click for most options or I can click here the Aviary icon, click here the Aviary icon, capture and the click with the mouse button, pull it down, holding mouse button down, drag it until on CS5, let go, nice and save comes up and click Save and I get a number of options. Save to the desktop, copy to the clipboard, post it at Aviary.com which is why we need to be login or edit it in Aviary.com. So, I’m going to click that option because I want to do this all online.
So here’s my photo. Find the number of options. One, I can resize it. So that comes up and I’m going to make the width a little smaller and since I have the box keep aspect ratio it also reduces the height and I click apply. Now, another one is rotate and flip, click that. This is kind of cool, you can flip vertical that’s different. Flip horizontal is kind of neat too. My favorite is angle because you can click on this circle and move it around and you actually tilt it. It is now at 33 degrees, 45, we’ll put it at 61. The next say apply, so now I have a different image that I had before. If I want it I could use these things over here to put in colors, text, and so on but for now that should be done.
Now you see I have options. I can save it to my desktop. I can save it those online. I could go to the advanced editor, image effects, color palette and so on but for this tutorial here we’re just going to save it to the desktop and say Doodle2. I’m going to click Save. So now, I’ve done a screenshot, edit it and save it to my desktop and I’ve done it all online. So this is Aviary Talon and being able to edit at Aviary website and that’s all there is to it.