There are many tools to take/capture screenshots from command line in Windows.
If you are looking for command line tools in Linux – read this post.
These are my favourite tools.
CutyCapt or IECapt – both are similar in execution but differ slightly in the way they render web pages.
CutyCapt uses WebKit engine (same as Google Chrome or Safari).
IECapyt uses Internet Explorer as an engine to render web pages.
The usage is simple as:
Capt --url=http://www.google.com/ --out=google.png
import command line tool allows you to capture some or all of a screen and save the image to a file.
To save the entire screen as a jpeg:
import -window root screen.jpeg
If you want to use the mouse to click inside a window or select a screen region & save a a png, just use:
You can run it via command-line as shown here: http://www.etcwiki.org/wiki/IrfanView_Command_Line_Options.
A simple tool to take a screenshot of a desktop or any window selected by widow title. It is also possible to select rectangle to capture. The result is stored as a png file.
Discussions on StackOverflow and SuperUser:
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