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Screen Capture Examples

Each of the following examples uses screen captures of the Image Surfer Pro interfaces and Internet Explorer displays to show the effects of using Image Surfer Pro to process various webpages. In most cases actual links to the webpages used are provided and you are encouraged to follow along by going to the website yourself and performing the same configurations and actions.


In some cases links to the pages generated by Image Surfer Pro are also provided so you can get a feel for what those pages are like. Even if you choose not to actively follow along it is strongly suggested you click on each image in each example to see the content full size.


The webpages used are not in the ImageSurferPro.com domain and are outside of our control. It is possible that over time the pages will differ or even go completely away such that the captured images may no longer accurately describe the curent version of those websites. So if you are following along don't be discouraged if your results differ from ours - check to see if the sample page you stared with differed in some way from what we describe or show in our example.


Each of these exmaples is also available through the User's Manual. In the User Configuration page of the user's manual there is a table which describes which examples show the use of each configuration. At the bottom of each page in the manual, examples relevant to the functionality discussed are provided.



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Thumbnail of example screen capture for this example Image Surfer Pro 03.00 Capturing Frame Video
Three examples walk you through getting the <embed code> for videos on YouTube and using the URL Capture Bar to process the code and add the video to your fusker collection. The examples also demonstrate what it means to fusk a Frame object and how to control the display size of these videos.
Thumbnail of example screen capture for this example Image Surfer Pro 03.00 Processing Direct Images
This example walks through several different {Auto Range} configurations and how they affect the performance of the Process webpage button from Image Surfer Pro toolbar button. Images are wall papers of lightning strikes. There are seven examples of using Process webpage button from Image Surfer Pro toolbar after initially using Explode webpage button from Image Surfer Pro toolbar to break apart the webpage and get a direct image link.
Thumbnail of example screen capture for this example Image Surfer Pro 03.00 Processing Free Hosted Galleries
This tutorial walks through four different examples of processing free hosted gallery webpages - including both video and image galleries. Each example uses different user preferences and shows how the fusker collection tree is effected by the configuration used.
Thumbnail of example screen capture for this example Image Surfer Pro 03.00 Processing Image Surfer Pro Forms
Two examples of processing Image Surfer Pro forms created with Explode webpage button from Image Surfer Pro toolbar with different configurations. Each shows how to have different selection boxes in the form checked automatically and how these selections will affect what is added to your fusker collection when the form is processed.

A third example walks you through performing a Directed Search of video FHGs.
Thumbnail of example screen capture for this example Image Surfer Pro 03.00 Viewing Fusker Collections
Several examples of how Image Surfer Pro generates viewing pages from your fusker collection. Each type of view is shown as well as an explanation of how the {Visualization Configuration} is used by the View button from Image Surfer Pro toolbar button and how the Visualize menu option works. As a bonus, the Female Action Stars fusker collection is available for download.

Notes for each example discuss how sizing configurations affect the generated webpages.
Thumbnail of example screen capture for this example Image Surfer Pro 03.00 Removing Missing File References
This Advanced example walks through the steps of creating a fusker collection from scratch. Discussion of the information from the target webpages is used to set the various configurations. The example makes use of Explode webpage button from Image Surfer Pro toolbar, Process webpage button from Image Surfer Pro toolbar, Auto Range Override, the Visualize menu option, and the Auto Range menu option
Thumbnail of example screen capture for this example Image Surfer Pro 03.00 Using Auto Range Override
Three examples of how the Auto Range Override extension to the Image Surfer Pro toolbar can be used to quickly and easily override the user configurations when processing webpages. The web pages are processed using Process webpage button from Image Surfer Pro toolbar.
Thumbnail of example screen capture for this example Image Surfer Pro 03.00 Using The URL Capture Bar
A brief but detailed example of using the Copy Image URL extension to the IE image context menu in conjunction with Auto Range Override and the URL Capture Bar to add images found in web searches to your fusker collection.

An example of using the URL Capture Bar to collect the <embed code> from a Tube Site to collect a frame video is also presented in detail.
Thumbnail of example screen capture for this example Image Surfer Pro 03.00 Split & Auto Range & Modify
An interesting example which explains how to fusk two different portions a filename within your fusker collection. The Female Action Stars fusker collection is used again to provide a base to work from. The file segment is Split such that both parts can have separate fusks. One segment then gets a numeric fusk while the second segment uses a list fusk.
Thumbnail of example screen capture for this example Image Surfer Pro 03.00 Split & Rollup
Split and Roll up changed considerably in the 2.0 release and the "Roll up level" is now central to merging and how new URLs are added to the fusker collection. Split Directories are no longer limited to a single child segment. This example will get you familiar with these features.


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