Auto Screenshot Linux

A Native Linux Application Utility is presented in this post which allows you to Capture Screenshot Automatically on your Linux Computer. The Auto Screenshot Application for Linux has a graphical user interface to configure the number of Screenshots to capture, configure Screenshot Capture Interval and other parameters. The Main Window of the Auto Screenshot Application also allows you to select a folder in which you wish to save the Screenshots captured. In case your Linux Distro supports System Tray, you can hide the Linux Auto Screenshot Utility to System Tray and control the Screenshot capture process with popup menu.

Automatically Capture Screenshots on Linux Computer

Automatically Capture Screenshots on Linux Computer

The above Screenshot displays the main window of the Auto Screenshot Application for Linux. The Auto Screenshot Application provides two ways in which you can capture Screenshot. Either you can capture Screenshots of your Linux Desktop on a Timer controlled basis or you can just capture a one time screenshot. In order to capture Screenshots on a regular interval, configure the number of Screenshots you wish to capture and assign a suitable time interval at which the Screenshots must be captured. On the other hand, if you want to capture a single Screenshot of your Linux Desktop, simply Click on the Capture Screenshot button and the Linux Auto Screenshot will automatically Minimize itself, Capture a Screenshot and will open up the folder containing the Screenshot file captured.

System Tray Menu of Linux Auto Screenshot Utility

System Tray Menu of Linux Auto Screenshot Utility

In case your Linux Desktop supports System Tray Icons, you can Hide the Auto Screenshot Utility to System tray and control it using the Popup Menu as displayed in the Screenshot above. However if your Linux Distro does not support System tray Icons, you can still use this Screenshot Capture Utility by minimizing the Application to the taskbar. Given below Screenshot displays how does the Auto Screenshot Utility looks when run on a Linux Distro which does not supports System Tray Icons.

Linux Auto Screenshot on Linux Mint Cinnamon

Linux Auto Screenshot on Linux Mint Cinnamon

This Linux Auto Screenshot Application stores the Captured Screenshots to a User Configurable Location. All the Image Files stored by this Screen Capture Utility are stored as PNG Files and are named as per Date and Time at which the Screenshot is captured. You can download 32 bit or 64 bit version of the software of this Free to try Auto Screenshot Utility. Depending on which Linux Distro you are using, the appearance of the Linux Auto Screenshot Utility will appear different as evident from the Screenshots presented in this post. The Screenshots presented above have been captured on Linux Mint and the Screenshot presented below has been captured on Linux Ubuntu.

Auto Screenshot on Linux Ubuntu

Auto Screenshot on Linux Ubuntu

Download Auto Screenshot Utility for your Linux 64 Bit Computer and capture Screenshot(s) with eay to use Graphical User Interface. In case you are not sure whether you are running 64 bit or 32 bit Linux, Open up Terminal on your Linux and run the command uname -m and if output of the uname command indicates that you are using 32 bit Linux, Download the 32 bit version of Linux Auto Screenshot Utility. This is a Free to try Application and requires a one time fee of $10.00 to Unlock trial limitations of the Software. With every Software Licence, you do get Free Customer Support for 1 Year in which you get Free Upgrades to the Application helping you capture Screenshots on your Linux Computer in more controlled ways.

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