Screenshots and more with Shutter



Take control of your screenshots with Shutter, which puts other screen
capture programs to shame.

Screenshot programs abound for Linux. Gnome users need only hit Alt+Printscreen, for example, for a shot of a single window, or just Printscreen to get a shot of the entire desktop. But what if you need a bit more control over your screenshots? And what about editing? Surely there’s a program that can do everything in one package.

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    I think most people say on windows use captured video shots with programs, not just the one frame but mpeg2 or other with audio, linux seems to have a problem with screen , screenshot video programs , they work in windows but not so much in linux, and lets not forget how hard it is to get a ipod touch to transfer in linux, you can do it, but the default software in linux is just not that good for storing your video or audio files for a ipod transfer and thats possible with usb cable but not the apps thou their no current way to transfer that stuff to it in linux yet
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