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pcastagentd(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 					    pcastagentd(8)

pcastagentd -- Captures video, screen, and audio content for Podcast Producer SYNOPSIS
pcastagentd [-hv] pcastagentd -i [ad-hoc-prefs | daemon-prefs | qt-device-list] pcastagentd -f path [-d seconds] [-s] DESCRIPTION
This daemon is a remote agent for Podcast Producer. It captures video and audio content from devices connected to this host machine and sub- mits the resulting movie files to the Podcast Producer server. It can be bound to a specific Podcast Producer server through Podcast Capture or the podcast command-line utility. Options -d duration in seconds for an ad-hoc recording -f file_output_path (runs an ad-hoc capture on this machine) -h display usage -i display information of the requested type -s disables submission post-process step, enabled by default -v display version SEE ALSO
podcast(1) Mac OS X Server 16 July 2008 Mac OS X Server

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SCREENCAPTURE(1)					    BSD General Commands Manual 					  SCREENCAPTURE(1)

screencapture -- capture images from the screen and save them to a file or the clipboard SYNOPSIS
screencapture [-SWCTMPcimswxto] file DESCRIPTION
The screencapture utility is not very well documented to date. A list of options follows. -c Force screen capture to go to the clipboard. -b Capture Touch Bar, only works in non-interactive modes. -C Capture the cursor as well as the screen. Only allowed in non-interactive modes. -d Display errors to the user graphically. -i Capture screen interactively, by selection or window. The control key will cause the screen shot to go to the clipboard. The space key will toggle between mouse selection and window selection modes. The escape key will cancel the interactive screen shot. -m Only capture the main monitor, undefined if -i is set. -D <display> Screen capture or record from the display specified. 1 is main, 2 secondary, etc -o In window capture mode, do not capture the shadow of the window. -p Screen capture will use the default settings for capture. The files argument will be ignored. -M Open the taken picture in a new Mail message. -P Open the taken picture in a Preview window or QuickTime Player if video. -I Open the taken picture in Mesages. -B <bundleid> Open in the app matching bundleid. -s Only allow mouse selection mode. -S In window capture mode, capture the screen instead of the window. -J <style> Sets the starting style of interfactive capture "selection","window","video". -t <format> Image format to create, default is png (other options include pdf, jpg, tiff and other formats). -T <seconds> Take the picture after a delay of <seconds>, default is 5. -w Only allow window selection mode. -W Start interaction in window selection mode. -x Do not play sounds. -a Do not capture attached windows. -r Do not add screen dpi meta data to captured file. -l <windowid> Captures the window with windowid. -R <rectangle> Capture rectangle using format x,y,width,height. -v Capture video recording of the screen. -V <seconds> Capture video recording of the screen for the specified seconds. -A <id> Captures audio during a video recording using default input. Optionally pass id of the audio source. -k Show clicks in video recordings. -U Show interactive toolbar in interactive mode. -u Present UI after screencapture is complete. Files passed to commandline will be ignored. files where to save the screen capture, 1 file per screen BUGS
Better documentation is needed for this utility. SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS
To capture screen content while logged in via ssh, you must launch screencapture in the same mach bootstrap hierarchy as loginwindow: PID=pid of loginwindow sudo launchctl bsexec $PID screencapture [options] HISTORY
A screencapture utility first appeared in Mac OS X v10.2. Mac OS June 16, 2004 Mac OS
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