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    I am looking for a program for taking good quality screenshots.In windows I work with snagit but I can't find something similar in linux.. Any suggestions..? Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikos_gre View Post
    I am looking for a program for taking good quality screenshots.In windows I work with snagit but I can't find something similar in linux.. Any suggestions..? Thank you
    ksnapshot in kde, it may work in gnome or gnome may have an equiv.
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    The gnome version is gnome-screenshot

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    Thank you, ksnapshot works fine.For some reason it was deleted from my system and I couldnt find it. So I installed again kdegraphics.. Do you know any program for video capture? I have tried recordMyDesktop in my Opensuse 10.0 but it doesn't work properly Thanks again

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    Topic moved. This is for Technical News only

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    -Topic moved. This is for Technical News only -

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    You could try Xvidcap Project Home Page , don't think it's in the repositories though. Am on windows atm, so can't check
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    You could try 'Xvidcap Project Home Page'
    (http://xvidcap.sourceforge.net/) , don't think it's in the repositories
    though. Am on windows atm, so can't check


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    Xvidcap is awesome. Its there in the packman

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    Xvidcap is awesome. Its there in the packman


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