The idea with QGrab is to create a minimalistic pure Qt based screen grabbing tool to the user. Actually I thought it came out so well that I published it on Qt-Apps, and the code available through Bitbucket.org.
Last week I added a second screen to my configuration, and it came to my attention, that QGrab actually works beatifully with both – if they are at the same resolution, otherwise the top will be scraped from the screen with the higest resolution and added to the buttom of the screen with the lowest resolution.
You’ll need a working Qt-Creator and Qt 4.7/5.0.0 installed, in order to compile this.
QGrab binaries :
- QGrab 0.2.3 – build for Linux AMD64 : binary (Requires Qt 5.0)
- QGrab 0.2.2a – build for eComstation : binary (See in requirements in README)
- QGrab 0.2.1-Alpha – build for Linux AMD64 : binary (Requires Qt 4.7)
- QGrab 0.2-Alpha – build for Linux AMD64 : binary (Requires Qt 4.7)
- QGrab 0.1A – OS/2 : binary (See in requirements in README)
- QGrab 0.2A – OS/2 : binary (See in requirements in README)
|0.2.3||Added the ability to copy the grabbed to the clipboard. This feature is limited by exiting QGrab empties the clipboard.|
|0.2.2A||A few cosmetics, compiles nicely with the Qt5 SDK|
|0.2.1||New About box|
|0.2-Alpha||Added delay (Using the library windows.h for Windows, and the GCC library time.h for the rest) and it now remembers the last save location within the session.|
|0.1B||Fixed a language problem and an include|
- Export to OBS
- Add Window selection ?
- Add Picasa support ?