Screenshots on OS X

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Screenshot to a File

Screenshot of a portion of the screen

1. Press ⌘-⇧-4 (command-shift-4) 2. Make a selection of the screen

Screenshot of a window

1. Press ⌘-⇧-4 (command-shift-4) 2. Press the spacebar 3. Click on the desired window

Screenshot the entire screen

1. Press ⌘-⇧-3 (command-shift-3)

Change the destination folder

By default, screenshot are saved in ~/Desktop/

To change this, run from the terminal:

defaults write com.apple.screencapture location ~/Pictures/

Screenshot to the Clipboard

Screenshot of a portion of the screen

1. Press ⌘-⌃-⇧-4 (command-control-shift-4) 2. Make a selection of the screen

Screenshot of a window

1. Press ⌘-⌃-⇧-4 (command-control-shift-4) 2. Press the spacebar 3. Click on the desired window

Screenshot the entire screen

1. Press ⌘-⌃-⇧-3 (command-control-shift-3)

Timed Screenshots

The Grab Application is able to create timed screenshots.

Grab is located in /Applications/Utilities/Grab.app

Screen Recording

QuickTime Player is able to create screen recordings, select File > New Screen Recording.

QuickTime Player is located in /Applications/QuickTime Player.app