According to old wisdom, a picture is worth 1,000 pictures.
Screenshots are great for explaining complex topics.
1. Screenshots including keyboard shortcuts
Manual Ubuntu screenshots are the best option. They are also the easiest and most preferable way to screen records.
You could manually capture your Ubuntu desktop using many methods.
Take a Screenshot of The Whole Screen
To take a complete screenshot, simply press the Print Screen keyboard button. The photos directory saves your screenshot.
Ubuntu allows capturing a certain area
Sometimes all you need is a part of the screen.
To capture the screenshot press Shift, and Printer together.
Take Screenshots of the Current Window
Let us face it: If your brain is normal and you are a distracted, normal computer worker, you may have several tabs open.
To take a screenshot of the currently selected tab, use alt+Print Screen. Ubuntu can save your image in the photos directory.
Clipboard. You can save screenshots to the clipboard.
This is handy for when you want to use screenshots from another format. Once you save the image to your clipboard, you can print it out and use it wherever else you want.
Take screenshots using any of the methods discussed above.
- Screenshot the screen in its entirety and copy it into the clipboard CTRL + Copy Screen
- Copy the screenshot of the particular region to your clipboard Shift+Ctrl+Print
- Copy the current window image to your clipboard CTRL Alt + PRINT SCREEN
2. Ubuntu Screenshot App
Sometimes keyboard shortcuts are too difficult for some people.
Navigate to the Application Menu. Click on the Application Menu to open the Screenshot.
You have more control over how your photos are taken. You can use keyboard shortcuts to access a wide range of effects and features.
You can postpone a shot by clicking it. You can also add pointers.
Take Screenshots with Ubuntu Through the Terminal
We support you if the command line is your favorite tool. You can use Alt+T to open a terminal and type the next command.
Hit and enter. The terminal will then take a screenshot of your entire screen.
Use the Flag -d to delay the screenshot.
The command will only capture the current window.
Use the following command to make your screenshot stand out. It will create a border surrounding the image.
HTML4_ HTML5_ HTML6_ Take Screenshots With Ubuntu Third-Party Apps
Taking screen snips by third-party software may be the last resort if you’re not happy with any of these methods.
However, don’t be discouraged. Because of the open-source nature of the Linux community, you have tons of options.
There are many Ubuntu screen-capturing tools available, but only two stand out. The Gimp is the second.
Gimp: Capturing Screenshots
HTMLJMP offers many advanced features and a steep learning curve. HTMLJMP allows for more complicated editing tasks.
Go to Ubuntu Software. GIMP is located there.
To launch the app, click Start. Save Create > Screenshot.
Screenshots are taken from Shutter
To download Shutter, first, go to the Ubuntu Program and then search for Shutter. Next click Download.
You also have the option to install it via the terminal. But first, add Shutter to your system with add apt repository command.
Now update your repository listing and install the shutter app.
You can install Shutter in seconds.
Ubuntu Screenshots. How To Take High-Quality Screenshots
You can say goodbye and move on. Ubuntu and Linux are full of amazing information.