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- SCREENCAPTURE(1) BSD General Commands Manual SCREENCAPTURE(1)
- screencapture -- capture images from the screen and save them to a file
- or the clipboard
- screencapture [-SWCTMPcimswxto] file
- The screencapture utility is not very well documented to date. A list of
- options follows.
- -c Force screen capture to go to the clipboard.
- -C Capture the cursor as well as the screen. Only allowed in non-
- interactive modes.
- -i Capture screen interactively, by selection or window. The con-
- trol key will cause the screen shot to go to the clipboard. The
- space key will toggle between mouse selection and window selec-
- tion modes. The escape key will cancel the interactive screen
- -m Only capture the main monitor, undefined if -i is set.
- -M Open the taken picture in a new Mail message.
- -o In window capture mode, do not capture the shadow of the window.
- -P Open the taken picture in a Preview window.
- -s Only allow mouse selection mode.
- -S In window capture mode, capture the screen instead of the window.
- -t <format> Image format to create, default is png (other options
- include pdf, jpg, tiff and other formats).
- -T <seconds> Take the picture after a delay of <seconds>, default is
- -w Only allow window selection mode.
- -W Start interaction in window selection mode.
- -x Do not play sounds.
- -a Do not capture attached windows.
- -r Do not add screen dpi meta data to captured file.
- -b capture Touch Bar, only works in non-interactive modes.
- files where to save the screen capture, 1 file per screen
- Better documentation is needed for this utility.
- SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS
- To capture screen content while logged in via ssh, you must launch
- screencapture in the same mach bootstrap hierarchy as loginwindow:
- PID=pid of loginwindow
- sudo launchctl bsexec $PID screencapture [options]
- A screencapture utility first appeared in Mac OS X v10.2.
- Mac OS June 16, 2004 Mac OS
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