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  1. Snip is a CLI screen-capture tool. See below for the command-line usage. The compiled executable is HERE -- it comes bundled with my TSK task viewer (q.v.). A cool feature of Snip is that it has a "burst" mode for taking multiple, rapid-fire screenshots, great for capturing video stills. Usage: SNIP.exe: Screen-Capture Utility [CLD rev.2021-03-26] Usage: SNIP [["]window_title["]|["]sub$tring["]|PID|hWnd] [/D d:\path] [/MAX] [/Q] [/R n] [/I m] default = current window default PNG location = C:\Users\CLD\Screenshots Options (relaxed order): /D [[d
  2. Morning all, I run the following script in order to capture & save select areas of the screen via the command prompt i.e. via a series of command line inputs once the program is compiled as an executable. Include <ScreenCapture.au3> ;Local $dir =$CmdLine[6] Local $title = $CmdLine[1] Local $left = $CmdLine[2] Local $top = $CmdLine[3] Local $right = $CmdLine[4] Local $bottom = $CmdLine[5] _ScreenCapture_Capture(@ScriptDir & $title, $left, $top, $right, $bottom) If Not (@error == 0) Then ConsoleWrite("failed") Else ConsoleWrite("
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