What are the dimensions of that image? How big is this window? Does this layout fit on an NTSC display? What color are these pixels? What does this icon look like close up? How can I capture an arbitrary portion of the screen?
These are just a few of the questions that kept coming up as I developed applications and web pages. Several tools can be used to answer some of these queries, but some of them still had no solution or did not have a usable interface.
So Meazure was created, a program that measures, magnifies and captures the screen by providing a battery of features in a cohesive user interface.
Here are some key features of “Meazure”:
￭ Measure objects on the screen such as images, windows and icons
￭ Capture arbitrary portions of the screen
￭ Magnify the screen up to 32X magnification
￭ Read the color of a screen pixel in RGB, hex RGB, CMY, CMYK, HSL, YCbCr, YIQ
￭ Display rulers anywhere on the screen
￭ Display a grid overlay on the screen with adjustable grid spacing
￭ Measure using a number of units including pixels, points, twips, centimeters, or user-defined
￭ Record measurements to an XML file for later playback or external processing
￭ Calibrate screen resolution to provide accurate measurements
￭ Save and restore measurement tool positions using Profiles
￭ Use predefined Profiles for common screen and video sizes such as NTSC and PAL
￭ Configure the user interface to show only the information you need
￭ Pentium 200 MHz processor or higher
￭ Internet Explorer 4.01 or above (for Help)
￭ 32 MB memory or higher
￭ 4 MB video memory or higher
￭ 5.6 MB disk space
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Meazure has two main components:
￭ Uses the User32.dll function RegisterCursor() to hook the cursor.
￭ Displays a dialog box that displays the size of the screen.
￭ Records the location of the dialog box to allow measurement later.
￭ Captures the current cursor location to provide the initial starting position of the measurement tools.
￭ Displays a dialog box to let the user calibrate screen resolution.
￭ Uses the Shell32.dll function CreateProcess() to launch MeazureHook.
￭ Use the Monitor class to get the width and height of the current monitor.
￭ Use the CreateWindow() function to display a dialog box.
￭ Measure the dialog box in the same way that MeazureHook measures the screen.
￭ Capture the screen using the P/Invoke functions GetImage(), GetPixel() and SetPixel().
￭ Draw a grid over the window.
￭ Displays a message box and the measured pixel values.
￭ Optionally lets the user zoom in and out of the image.
￭ Optionally saves the image to a file.
￭ Optionally restores the previous tool position using a Profile.
￭ Meazure is distributed under the GPL version 2.0. You may copy, modify and distribute this code under the GPL.
￭ MeazureHook is Copyright 2000-2001 Richard Smith. All rights reserved.
￭ MeazurePlayer is Copyright 2000-2001 Richard Smith. All rights reserved.
￭ Meazure is released on the Microsoft Download Center. For more information about the Microsoft Download Center, go to
For questions or problems with the Meazure software, please contact email@example.com.
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￭ Runs from a USB thumb drive
￭ Can capture the screen of a Windows computer connected to the computer it is running from
￭ Displays a battery of features that allow users to capture any image or arbitrary portion of
￭ is screen including the horizontal, vertical and margin areas
￭ can measure various things including the exact pixel dimensions of an image, the area of a
￭ can magnify the screen to any magnification
￭ provides the ability to record a session with measurements and to playback these measurements
￭ provides a number of tools for capturing screen images including a color picker, a mouse
￭ a number of screen magnification tools
￭ provides measurement tools for the horizontal, vertical, margin and area of the screen as well
￭ provides a ruler tool with adjustable grid spacing for easy measurements
￭ provides tools to view the color of the screen in RGB, HSL, YCbCr, YIQ, CMYK, and CMY
￭ provides tools for measuring pixels, points, twips and centimeters
￭ displays rulers with adjustable grid spacing to provide accurate measurements
￭ saves and restores profile settings including measurement tool positions and units of measurement
￭ records measurements to an XML file for later playback or external processing
￭ displays the most used measurement tools on the toolbar at the bottom of the screen and offers
￭ scales the screen automatically to match the current screen resolution and measurement units
￭ auto-calibrates the screen for the current screen resolution
￭ is able to automatically detect the screen resolution and adjust itself accordingly
￭ displays a grid overlay with adjustable grid spacing
￭ can capture images of the horizontal, vertical, margin and area of the screen
￭ allows the user to see an exact copy of the screen that is magnified up to 32X
￭ provides easy access to measurements
￭ measures in pixels, points, twips and centimeters
￭ Run the installer from a USB thumb drive
￭ Close down all current programs before installing
￭ Install Meazure to your hard disk and launch Meazure
￭ Press Ctrl+G to launch Meazure Help
Press Ctrl+N to bring up the Profile menu
Click the “Import” button to import an existing Profiled Settings file
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Meazure consists of an executable that runs on Windows and a set of XML files. The XML files contain configuration data that provide information about screen size, screen color depth, and calibration information. The screen size information is used by the Meazure utility to determine the dimensions of all of the screen elements and to plot the calibration grid.
There are two ways to run Meazure. It can be run either by selecting the Meazure.exe file directly from the Windows Start menu, or by dragging the Meazure.exe file onto the Windows desktop icon.
The Meazure.exe file can be started using either of the following commands:
Meazure produces a file called “screen.xml” that contains a lot of information about the screen. The screen.xml file is a pure XML file that contains the following elements:
The “X/Y/Width/Height” elements define the coordinate system and the dimensions of the screen. The “Contents” element contains the color information for the screen.
The screen.xml file can be opened in any XML editor such as Windows Notepad. This file can be copied or copied and pasted from the Windows clipboard into other applications.
Meazure has a number of useful tools that can be used to help a developer analyze and troubleshoot applications, web pages and other programs.
Meazure can also be used to test the accuracy of the screen resolution settings of a computer.
I. Meazure Wizard
II. Meazure Tools
III. Meazure Profiles
B. Meazure Monitor
C. Meazure Capture
D. Meazure Calculator
II. Meazure Tools
A tool window similar to those you might find in a graphics editor can be opened by selecting Meazure Tools from the Tools menu of the Meazure application.
Here are some of the tools that are included in Meazure:
The Meazure Calculator is a powerful tool for performing basic mathematics operations on screen pixel positions, sizes, positions, etc. Meazure can perform the following basic math operations:
￭ Add or Subtract 2 or more screen positions
￭ Multiply by a number
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System Requirements For Meazure:
Windows® 10 (64-bit)
Windows® 10 (64-bit) with Windows® 8.1 (64-bit)
Intel® Core™ i3, i5, i7
2 GB RAM
4 GB RAM
DirectX® 11 compatible graphics card with 1GB VRAM