Pearl Crescent
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Page Saver

Latest News
July 2nd, 2014:
Page Saver 2.8.2 released.

Improvements include better compatibility with recent Firefox releases, support for %y within file name patterns, and improvements to some locales.
Other Languages
A Serbo-Croatian translation of this page is available.
Screenshot of an Entire Page Captured Using Page Saver
Screenshot of an Entire Page
Captured Using Page Saver
Pearl Crescent Page Saver is an extension for Mozilla Firefox that lets you capture images of web pages, including Flash content.  These images can be saved in PNG or JPEG format.  Using Page Saver, you can capture an entire page or just the visible portion.  You can control the image capture process via a wide variety of settings, including the image file name and scale (e.g., save at 50% of original size).

Page Saver is available in two editions:  Basic and Pro.  See the feature comparison below.

Page Saver works with Firefox 3.6 – Firefox 39 on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux x86, and should work on all platforms where Firefox is available.

Page Saver has been translated into the following languages: 
Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, French, Galician, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish (Spain), Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian.

Why purchase Page Saver Pro?  For more features, including: select and capture a region, save to the clipboard or to a server, and more command line options.  Also, your purchase will support continued development of Page Saver.

FeaturePage Saver BasicPage Saver Pro
Capture an entire page (without scrolling) or the visible portion of a page checked checked
Capture the contents of a specific frame checked checked
Select and capture a region on a page (note: you cannot scroll the page during the capture) checked
Capture Flash content checked checked
Scale captured images to any desired percentage checked checked
Limit image size by maximum dimension checked checked
Save images to a local file (PNG or JPEG) checked checked
Save images to an HTTP (web) or FTP server checked
Place a copy of a captured image on the clipboard checked
Header and footer (record the URL of the captured page and other information) checked
User-defineable shortcut key checked checked
User-defineable file name pattern and related behaviors checked checked
Capture images from the command line (-saveimage flag) checked checked
Specify window width and height on the command line checked checked
Specify destination (file, URL, or clipboard) on the command line (-saveas flag) checked
Specify more options on the command line (-saveoptions flag)
(including visible, useoriginalurl, maxwait=delay, refreshmaxwait=delay, flashdelay=delay, top=pixelval, left=pixelval, bottom=pixelval, right=pixelval, element=elementID, scale=scaleval, format=imagetype and html)
Cost (includes future updates) No cost $5 USD

browser context menu with Page Saver items
Browser Context Menu with
Page Saver Items
Help and Support
For assistance with Page Saver Basic and Pro: If you use Page Saver in a scripted or unattended environment, you may also be interested in our Do Not Disturb product.

Copyright and License
Pearl Crescent Page Saver Basic and Page Saver Pro are Copyright © 2005-2015 Pearl Crescent, LLC.  Please contact us if you are interested in licensing the source code or if you want to redistribute the software.

Use of Pearl Crescent Page Saver Pro is subject to the Page Saver Pro License Agreement.

Pearl Crescent Page Saver Basic may be used in packaged, binary form for any legal purpose at no cost.  The software is provided "as-is" and Pearl Crescent makes no other warranties with respect to its quality, performance, or fitness for any particular purpose.
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