This is for advanced users. You can even take Screen Shots using terminal command screencapture. There are loads of options available to capture a screen, You can create your own custom scripts to take screen captures.
Some Terminal Screen Capture Examples :
screencapture -i ~/Desktop/myScreenCapture1.jpg
When you fire this command, the mouse pointer will turn into a cross-wire (interactive mode) and you can select an area on the screen and this file will be saved as myScreenCapture1 with jpg image format extension on the desktop.
screencapture -ix ~/Desktop/myScreenCapture2.tiff
Now we have added the -x option, so no sound will be played when the image is captured.
screencapture -ixC ~/Desktop/myScreenCapture3.png
Now we have added -C option too, so no sound will be played when the image is captured and even the Cursor will be captured in the image.
List of options available:
-c: It will force screen capture as a clipboard instead of a file. -C : If you want to capture the cursor as well as the screen you can use this option -i: It will capture the screen interactively, a cross-wire will appear and you can select a selection of the window. -m: This will only capture the main monitor. -M: It opens the taken picture in a new Mail message. -o: This will not capture the shadow of the window. -P: This will open the taken picture in a Preview window. -s: Allow mouse selection mode only. -S : capture the screen instead of the window. -t: Save image format to create, default is png (other options include pdf, jpg, tiff, and other formats). -T: Take the picture after a delay of seconds, the default delay is 5 seconds. -w: This only allows window selection mode. -W: This starts interaction in window selection mode. -x: This will not play sound when screenshot is taken. -a This option will not capture the attached windows. -r This option will not add screen dpi metadata to a captured file. files: where to save the screen capture, 1 file per screen.
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