The Setup Capture allows an application install to be recorded in order to create the container configuration. This is the recommended method of creating container configurations. The feature is only available on Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016+ and does not support applications that are required to reboot the machine during the installation process. Use Snapshot if these requirements cannot be met for your application.
Note that Setup Capture does not capture changes to drives other than the system drive.
Below is a walkthrough of the steps required to setup capture ShareX.
Using Setup Capture to Capture the Application Install
Launch Turbo Studio and open a blank configuration by clicking File > New.
Click Start Capture and select an empty folder to store the application files and configuration file.
Perform the ShareX installation as normal.
ShareX requires .NET 4.7. Add a .NET 4.7 layer to this application using one of the following methods:
- Install .NET 4.7 during the Setup Capture
- Add a .NET 4.7 layer to the application as a Component in Turbo Server
Once the installation is complete click Stop on the recording dialog in Turbo Studio.
The Setup Capture process records all running process on the system. Therefore it will likely record processes that are not necessary for this application image.
For ShareX, select only the ShareX.exe and ShareX-13.2.1-setup.exe processes and click OK.
After the recording and process selection steps are complete Turbo Studio will gather the necessary files and registry settings into the selected folder.
Click Browse next to the Output File field and select a folder and filename to save the build output. The Output File is generally saved in the same folder as the application files and registry settings that was selected above. Click File > Save to save the application configuration.
Click Build and Run to build the application at the Output File location selected above and do a test launch of the application.
See Deploying for information about deploying containers on the Turbo platform.