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NAME

       vnccapture - Capture a screenshot via VNC

SYNOPSIS

        vnccapture [options] [numcaptures]

        Options:
          -P --password=str   password for the VNC server, if applicable
          -H --host=str       address of VNC server (default: 'localhost')
          -p --port=num       TCP port for VNC server (default: 5900)
          -d --depth=8|16|24  screen depth for capture (default: 24)
          -t --type=ext       image type for output (default: 'png')
          -C --cursor         include the mouse cursor in the image
          -o --outfile        capture to the specified path
                              otherwise capture to "snapshot<num>.<type>"
          -v --verbose        print status and diagnostics to STDOUT
          -h --help           verbose help message
          -V --version        print the Net::VNC version

DESCRIPTION

       Connect to a VNC server and capture the screen one or more times.  The
       output is written to, for example, "snapshot0001.png".  The number is
       the sequence of captures and the extension is specified by the "--type"
       argument.

       The "--type" argument can be any format that Image::Imlib2 can support.

SEE ALSO

       Net::VNC

       Image::Imlib2

AUTHOR

       Chris Dolan, cdolan@cpan.org



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