menyoki is a powerful screencast and screenshot utility that excels in performing various image-related operations, including creating and splitting GIFs, as well as modifying, analyzing, and viewing image files.
It prides itself on being a lightweight command line tool that confidently tackles day-to-day operations and intricate detail-centric tasks.
While its initial focus was on recording and capturing terminal windows, it can be effortlessly customized for any other purpose using command line arguments, environment variables, or a configuration file.
- Record an animation using various techniques and tools to capture movement and bring it to life on screen.
- Split an animation into frames to break down the motion and analyze each individual frame for precise control and adjustments.
- Make an animation from frames by organizing and sequencing the frames in a logical and visually appealing manner to create a seamless and engaging animation.
- Capture an image with a wide range of options, including different resolutions, aspect ratios, and file formats, to ensure the desired quality and compatibility.
- Edit an image using advanced editing techniques and tools to enhance its appearance, correct imperfections, and add creative effects or modifications.
- Analyze an image by examining its composition, colors, lighting, and other visual elements to gain insights and make informed decisions for further improvements or adjustments.
- View an image in various ways, such as zooming in or out, rotating, flipping, or comparing with other images, to fully appreciate its details and evaluate its overall impact.
- Linux (X11)
- Linux (Wayland)
Download & Install
cargo install menyoki
2- Arch Linux
pacman -S menyoki
# pull the container
docker pull orhunp/menyoki:<tag>
# run the container
docker run orhunp/menyoki:<tag>
4- Build from source
- Clone the repository.
git clone https://github.com/orhun/menyoki.git && cd menyoki/
- Build the project and install binary.
cargo install --path .
4- Download and the binary
- Download the latest archive from releases page and extract it.
- GPL3.0 License