|Captain_Creampie||Date: Friday, 2012-12-14, 8:08 PM | Message # 1|
|I have a lot of fun creating customized GIF previews, and I LOVE the "Each shot in a separate file" feature! |
When I run the program a couple of times to generate different-sized caps, it automatically uses different time intervals. The the output files are not chronologically sequential, though, because the 4-digit number comes before the time stamp. The 4-digit number is required when the user does not have a time stamp, but I see no function for time-stamped files.
Current Output Format:
<source file name>(dot)<optional--extension>(dot)<4-digit sequential number>(space dash space)<time stamp: HH-MM-SS>
For my purposes, the sequential number serves no purpose. The time stamp creates unique file names, and I don't care if it overwrites a prior screen capture with the same time count. I must manually remove the sequential number from each file name to have a file set that is sorted by time. This can get rather tedious when the sequential number serves no purpose for my use.
Desired output file name format:
<file name>(dot)<optional extension>(dot)<time stamp HH-MM-SS>
Personally, I don't care about the file extension option, but I left it there to base the question on the default program and make it applicable for more users. Do you have a script or settings combination that outputs individual files with time stamp but NO sequential number?
Please share your recommendations!