Well you can hit printscreen, open paint and then ctrl+v to paste the screenshot, save it and upload to any number of sites such as imageshack, facebook (not a good idea since I don’t use it and some others don’t also,) imgur, dropbox. I use dropbox.com to share files because it isn’t limited to images only and there are no crappy adverts plastered all over the site.
Anyway, as for reverb, whichever you use it should be used as a send and not as an insert.
First thing to ask I guess is which reverb are you using? The reverb that comes with Play, Cubase REV reverb or third-party like QL Spaces? The reverb included with Play gets used as a send by default I think, but it doesn’t sound anywhere near as realistic or nice as QL Spaces. If you do use that themn you’ll want to use only a few instances of Play (one or two for each section) and then use the master button to apply the same reverb to all loaded patches in that instance of Play to save on CPU usage.
I don’t know what the optimal set up for being lightest on the CPU is, but this works for me without issues on an i7 920 OC’d to 3.9ghz. The setup that I use is to run a separate instance of Play for each instrument (I’ve consolidated as a test from my 70 approx. instances of play down to just 7 before only to find that my CPU usage was exactly the same because of the way I have the reverb setup, and RAM usage is obviously going to be no different whichever way you do it.
First I create a Group Track for each section that I have which for me is Strings, Woodwind, Brass, Ethnic, Synth, Percussion, Choir (in order of front stage to back.) Depending on the kind of piece it is I set the piano to either Strings or Synth as synth is deep stage between brass and percussion. The reverb is then used as a send on each corresponding group track.
I then click on each instrument track and send it to the corresponding group track; https://www.dropbox.com/s/fvsejtaxg3ukl0t/Instrument%20Track%20to%20Group%20Track.jpg
https://www.dropbox.com/s/m1qcok9jdhk0u89/Group%20Track%20to%20Stereo%20Out.jpg and then the group track goes to the stereo out.
The types of reverb I use are really specific to QL Spaces. If I were using REVerence I’d probably just use one reverb over everything as a send effect because it isn’t impulses recorded in the specific positions that the orchestra would be seated in the hall/stage like QL Spaces is.
I use a rear mic soundstage at 0.8s 10ms pre-delay to imitate a soundstage and fatten the lifeless and somewhat thin sounding samples up. I use rear mics for both Berlin Church and Hamburg Cathedral to create a lush sounding longer tail to the reverb. https://www.dropbox.com/s/xgokbuk75nt8u7m/Soundstage%20and%20Berlin.jpg
And then I’ll use both front and rear mics simultaneously for every section of the orchestra. https://www.dropbox.com/s/l8d2e0dia9hta95/Strings%2C%20Choir%20Reverb.jpg
The reason you can do this with QL Spaces is because impulses were recorded in the correct orchestra positions in true stereo. So strings have 40ms pre-delay, woodwinds 50ms, brass 60ms, choir 90ms. I really can’t stress enough how fantastic this reverb is for orchestral stuff and it’s at -50% sale price atm at soundsonline.com. Even if you just use 3 instances of the reverb (soundstage and the general full orchestra front/rear mics) it’d still add a great quality to the sound. There is a 10 day free trial of it anyway so I guess you can download it and hear how fantastic it sounds first-hand.