How to capture Minecraft Screenshots on the Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Raspberry Pi Spy has posted a great tutorial on how to take screenshots in Minecraft using your Pi.
In a previous post a told you how you could capture screenshots on the Raspberry Pi using “scrot”. That method worked fine for most applications but like many screen capture techniques resulted in a black rectangle when used with Minecraft. This has led many bloggers to simply photograph the screen with a real camera in order to get a screenshot of their Minecraft adventures.
There is a solution and it comes in the form of “raspi2png” by Andrew Duncan. His raspi2png utility can capture the Minecraft window and is available from his Github page.
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