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We're currently developing a SaaS platform. Part of showcasing our product is publishing and editing a lot of website screenshots.

Is there a plugin / extension or even an external app that can capture the current website and wrap the screenshot around a browser window? The Windows Alt + PrtSc function is okay but the browser window doesn't always look nice and it's always filled with extensions, other tabs, transparent window borders, etc. There are a lot of .PSD templates that contain just plain browser UI windows in which you could place your website content. But saving 50+ differently sized screenshots, layering them in PS, exporting them and etc. is very cumbersome.

Also one of our limitations is that we're using a single page app for our content, so automated or online tools would not work - there are no fix URLs, the content is always generated dynamically.

Android Studio / IntelliJ IDEA has a really cool feature where you can make a Screenshot of your Android device and then directly wrap the screenshot around a tablet, even with reflection and save it as .png. I'm looking for something like that but for websites.

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    Workaround: If you're using Chrome, you could open link in new Incognito window then use Alt + PrtSc. The equivalent in Firefox is private window. These usually don't have a user-customized look, and you could control which extensions to enable. You might prefer a tool that would provide a more generic browser window frame, but I don't know of any – Tymric Nov 18 '14 at 9:20
  • Do you really mean "wrap the screenshot around a browser window"? Or do you mean "wrap a browser window around a screenshot"? – RockPaperLizard Nov 18 '14 at 11:12
  • Would you mind linking to those "a lot of .PSD files", so someone could build a software around it? – Thomas Weller Jul 19 '16 at 11:27
  • browserframe.com is a site that lets you upload screenshots to add a border around, but it's not an all-in-one extension – ᔕᖺᘎᕊ Mar 23 at 17:18

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