verdi at azend.org
Tue Sep 24 21:37:15 UTC 2013
I had almost exactly the same idea except I would have saved the ppt into
pptx :P. I didn't know odp was also a zip archive.
On Sep 24, 2013 3:44 PM, "Douglas Cerna" <replaceafill at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is my (dumb/complicated) process to extract images from a .pps file:
> 1. Copy and rename the file to .ppt
> 2. Open the .ppt in LibreOffice
> 3. Save as .odp
> 4. Open the .odp file with file-roller (Archive Manager)
> 5. Extract the Pictures directory with the images.
> Hope this helps.
> On Tue, Sep 24, 2013 at 5:58 AM, Daniel Villarreal <youcanlinux at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Thank you ... Launchpad ... same answer ... I have to download the
>> attachment to get them all and when I do that the pictures take up all
>> the screen and I loose the launcher and can't do anything to capture
>> the pic, nothing on the screen but the picture.Nothing happens when I
>> try with the mouse. Any ideas on this ?
>> Aside from using something like http://sourceforge.net/projects/ppsei/
>> and to keep things simple, I'm thinking you might consider opening the
>> file in LibreOffice and do the
>> old-fashioned Shift-PrintScreen and paste into GIMP. Then it becomes a
>> matter of saving and optimizing the photos and importing into
>> how to transfer photos from an PPS attachment slideshow to Shotwell
>> photo manager?
>> Raymond, You're most welcome.
>> You might open synaptic and search for and install Scrot (screen
>> capture utility). Once it's installed, 'man scrot' for instructions.
>> You can set a delay in seconds.
>> Open GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program), File, Create, Screenshot,
>> Select "Take screenshot of the entire screen," Set your delay in
>> seconds that you need. Open your picture.
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