Compare Fireshot Lite and FireShot Pro
FireShot Lite is a good start for the people, who want just to take webpage captures.
If you need more functionality, such as extended editing tools, saving and loading, or advanced capturing techniques, then upgrading to FireShot Pro may be a better alternative for you.
The table below shows the difference between the Lite and the Pro versions.
|Capturing page elements and scrolling areas (view demo)|
|Advanced Entire page captures (handling floating elements)|
|All tabs to PDF in one click|
|Frames, IFrames, and Scrolling DIVs|
|Capture incredibly long webpages directly to PDF (no size limits and memory issues)|
|Text features (search, select, copy)|
|Custom page size|
|Customizable headers and footers|
|Unlimited Shapes, Numbers, Annotations|
|Optimized rendering system|
|Customized watermarks, headers, and footers||Limited|
|Editing annotations in saved PNGs|
|Editing images and photos|
|Twitter, Flickr, EasyCaptures, and ImageShack|
|HTTP servers + customized requests|
|Saving as PDF, JPEG, PNG, GIF or BMP, copying to Clipboard, E-Mail|
|Exporting to 3-rd party Editors|
|Dragging captures directly to Gmail, Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, and other clients|
|Embedding annotations to PNG files|
|Exporting captures to OneNote|
|Importing from Clipboard|
|JPEG, PNG, GIF, or BMP import|
|Modify annotations in saved PNG files|
|Work with projects|
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