The Save Button

The Jing Save button functions like the way you're probably used to saving. Click Save, choose a location, and confirm. However, if you find yourself constantly saving to the same location, you can make additional Save buttons that will instantly save your content to a specified location.

To create a Save button:

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  1. Click More > Preferences.
  2. Click Customize Jing Buttons.
  3. Click New.
  4. Give the button a description. For example, if you're saving to the Desktop, you could call it, "Save to Desktop". You could also name it "Desktop" or "Fred".
  5. If you want Jing to always save to a specific location, click the drop down and select Other... instead of Always prompt me.
  6. Navigate to the location where you would like this button to send your content. This also includes accessible network or shared folders on other computers. When you're in the right location, click Select or OK.
  7. Click Save.

What does "Clipboard contents" mean?

After you save an image or video to some location, Jing copies a link to your clipboard. The default is a direct link to the content. For example: /Users/jing.user/Documents/Jing/content-filename.png.

Note that the link may not work in all circumstances. If you send this link to a friend or colleague, it's possible they will not have access to where the file is saved. A similar example could be if the link is accessible at work, but inaccessible to you from home because you do not have access to the workplace file system.

Jing can also return custom code you enter. This is a rather advanced topic and you can learn more here.

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000 - Take Your First Capture Getting Started I Video/Written
001 - Interactive “Hands-on” Jing Tutorial: Mac OS X Getting Started I Simulation
002 - Interactive “Hands-on” Jing Tutorial: Windows Getting Started I Simulation
003 - Where is the Jing Capture That I Sent To My Clipboard? Getting Started I Written
004 - Capture Hotkey Capture I Video/Written
005 - Select an Area to Capture Capture I Video/Written
006 - Capture an Image Capture I Video/Written
007 - Capture a Video Capture I Video/Written
008 - Share to Screencast.com Share I Video/Written
009 - The Copy Button Share I Video/Written
010 - The Save Button Share I Video/Writen
011 - The Twitter Button Share I Video/Written
012 - The Facebook Button Share II Video/Written
013 - The Flickr Button Share II Video/Written
014 - Embed Jing Content Using Screencast.com Share II Video/Written
015 - The FTP Button Share III Video/Written
016 - Edit Jing Images in Snagit Share: Edit II Video/Written
017 - Edit Jing Videos in Camtasia Studio Share: Edit II Video/Written
018 - Jing Capture History Manage I Video/Written
019 - What is Screencast.com? FAQ I Written
020 - Your Screencast.com Account Manage: Account I Written
021 - Quit or Restart Jing FAQ I Written
022 - Audio FAQ FAQ I Written
023 - Things You’ll Want to Know FAQ I Written
024 - Frequently Asked Questions FAQ I Written
025 - Preferences and Settings Settings and Options I Written
026 - Customize Jing Buttons Settings and Options I Video/Written
027 - Jing Startup and “Sun” Options Settings and Options I Video/Written
028 - Use Jing with a Proxy Server (Windows Only) Settings and Options III Written
029 - Understanding Video Formats: SWF & MPEG-4 Reference II Written
030 - FTP Custom Code (Advanced Topic) Reference III Written