i am in the videos business and have been for a while[url] and i need a good screen recorder for the task. fraps worked fine in windows, now i need something similar. i should also mention that i have tried using recordmyscreen and it just fails to render, sticking at 0%.
im looking for a good screen recorder that can record video from my desktop and audio through a mic and i need it to export the files as mp4 so i can edit it. i can use terminal commands if necessary but would prefer a GUI because i only have a few days to learn the program.
Is there a Sound Recorder like the Total Recorder for Windows? Someone told me to use Audacity, but Audacity recorded the mic input (e.g. the net radio sound through the speakers together with the noise of the room). Maybe I just cannot find the right settings.
anyone knew of a good variant of recordmydesktop (Or some better screen recorder) that was user/..... friendly? I want to record let's plays of SNES games (Via ZSNES), and have so far been having multiple complications with recordmydesktop (I.E. Having to use Audacity for sound, choppy emulation, general annoyance, etc...).
I've tried using recordmydesktop, Istanbul, XvidCap, and RecordItNow. I can get video, but no audio. I tried them on Ubuntu 10.04. On 10.04, recordmydesktop never saved. It just hung, and then I needed to reboot.I just tried recordmydesktop on Ubuntu 11.04 Gnome with no luck. The video saved, but there was no audio.
What desktop screen recorders are there? I've tried Istanbul and gtk, and they didn't work on my computer. The other problem is they don't output into a format that can be used on other platforms. At the moment, I need to use BSR in the Windows side of my computer.
whenever i try to record a video with gtk screen recorder it starts lagging and when the video is over and you wanna watch it there is a major sound and video lag and nothing is as it should be (could the desktop effects be the issue)?
1. a decent screen recorder where i can crop to my designated x and y co-ordinates. 2. how will i record my voice and my partners voice via skype. 3. a good video editing software, where i can pan/crop and upload to videos with full 720p hd.
I'm trying to find a 64 bit version of OpenGL for Linux. I tried driver from Nvidia, but it turned out that it required a specific graphics card, (which either I don't have, or VMware has trouble noticing that I do. I have a laptop with some Nvidia, Geforce with Cuda card.
In any case, I just need to find 64bit OpenGL for Ubuntu 10.04. I keep finding 32 bit versions, or other versions that don't apply to me.
I'm still kind of new and it's possible that I haven't been looking the most effective places. I tried google and sourceforge, but I couldn't quite find it.
If anyone knows where I can get it, or knows of a better place to look, I would be very grateful.
P.S. I also tried the package manager and the OpenGL site.
I am a Mac user who has been using Audio Hijack Pro for years to do my scheduled radio recordings. I have a radio hooked up to my Mac that I record shows from. I am looking for a similar GUI solution in Linux and so far have come up empty. I would think that there would be something out there that I can use and hopefully someone on this forum can shed some light on this for me. I am seriously thinking of switching over to Ubuntu full time and this is the only thing that is preventing me to do so. Too bad because I hear so many good things about Linux, and so far I really like it.
I have asked for a video capturing software before but recommend a GOOD screen recorder where you can select the window/window size the axis and also a good editing software which will render/export into FULL 720p HD
I need to be able to open an openGL based piece of software remotely (like Maya or 3D Studio Max, for example). The server will be a linux machine (CentOS, currently, fwiw), but the client should be able to run on at least Linux and Windows. This will happen over the internet as opposed to over a LAN.
So far, I've tried
- "NoMachine NX" which is pretty good, but it seems to have some issues with GL. Maybe this can be fixed in xorg on the server (disabling overlays or something like that)? not sure.
- HP Remote Graphics Software (RGS) which works fairly well with Cent & Windows, though is sometimes a little slow. It also doesn't seem to be happy on Ubuntu, which is a pretty big bummer. It's also a bummer that it's somewhat expensive. That said, it's still the front-runner.
- VNC which was very slow.
It's imperative that it can transmit very complex rendered OpenGL properly. It's ok if it's slow to tumble/refresh, but it should be correct.
I have my laptop that is a full time Linux box. (My desktop system which is for gaming is still a windows box). I have been using Ubuntu for about a year now, and while it is a wonderful system, I am getting restless to try something new. The one thing I dislike about Ubuntu is that I really don't like Gnome (personal preference, I can see why some like it). So I was wondering what would be a good Distribution(s) that I can download and play with so see what KDE has done in the last year and perhaps play with Xfce. I have run SUSE and Ubuntu in the past.
I'm a Linux newbie and for my new job I have to do a lot of instant messaging to clients. They are on a variety of services, aim, icq, msn, myspace, facebook, yahoo, Google Talk, jabber, and .mac/ichat Is there a good instant messaging client that covers most of these on one application? I am using Mandriva with KDE 4.2.
i recently installed recordmydesktop when i prompt to start its fine but i can find only record button no stop button.even if i kill the process and check the file its in (.something) format. is there any shortcut buttons for the start,stop if it is wat ll be the output format. or should i go for other good screen recorder is available.
I need a screen recorder - but today I did. Being a quite recent Fodora convert I had a quick squint about the forums and found nothing but problems with the more well known desktop recorders or commandline ffmeg / mencoder solutions.A name that did crop up a few times is KAZAM - an Ubuntu Launchpad project... hmmm I thinks - shouldn't be too hard to get up on F15 being a python script... this Fedora solution is based on the Debian howto found here: [URL] And here it is:
1) You will need a few tools and dependencies 1st:
cd kazam sudo python setup.py install 4) Job done!
You'll now have an Applications -> Sound & Video -> Kazam Screencaster shortcut in your menu Once you have started a recording (with audio if you like and have pulse setup) you can pause / stop from the bottom panel applet and can then save the MKV to disk for or open further editing. The "Edit with" option does not seem to be working yet - at least not on my machine but that is no major hardship
The first issue is that none of the screensavers that come with ubuntu that have GL in the name work on my system. They just show a black screen.Of the 13 that came when i first installed the only ones that work are cosmos, fibrelamp, floating feet, floating ubuntu and fuzzyflakes. All the others show nothing at all. Fair enough I thought,I can live with that so downloaded a few games and things. All worked til I tried my first 3d game(oolite). On starting this I am just faced with a black screen and nothing happens. I think that the 2 issues may be related and that its likely to be a open GL issue. I have installed latest AMD drivers and my card(4350) seems to work fine. Edit: Just tried to use visualisations while using Rhythmbox and these dont work either.They show up on screen but cause my system to freeze,so I am sure I have a graphics problem
Just installed Natty and always used Sound Recoder to directly record as mp3 files on previous Ubuntu versions. I forgot what you have to do to get mp3 added to the option list on Sound Recorder. Can someone tell me what has to be done so Sound Recorder will again save all my recordings as mp3 files?
I just upgraded from FC8 (32-bit) to FC11 (64-bit). In doing so, I backed up my entire World of Warcraft folder so I could try to avoid having to download and install it all over again. However, I've now reinstalled wine (64-bit now), and the nvidia drivers from the rpmfusion repos (also 64-bit), and when I try to start WoW, it says it cannot load OpenGL. I'm wondering if anyone knows what's up, and if there's a solution that doesn't involve reinstalling WoW.
I've recently purchased the Zoom R16 Recorder, which can be used as an audio interface.Unfortunately there is no linux drivers available, but I'm hoping that there's something I can do to make it work. Is there anybody in here who has any experience with the R16 and Linux or knows how to fix the problem?
I am a Mac user who has been using Audio Hijack Pro for many years. I use it to record radio shows from the station I work at. One of the nice features is that it has a built in scheduler that I use to record shows at different times and dates.[URL]
I have a Memorex 24x External DVD Recorder model MRX-550LE v1. It plays DVDs and CDs but I can't get it to burn in Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. I have used this at Church to transfer the recording to a DVD, with Ubuntu 8.4 LTS. I have attached the debug report from K3b.
I'm happily using recordmydesktop-gtk. What I can't figure out is if it's possible to record other then sounds from microphone even system's sounds. For instance, if I start recording while a video is playing in totem I would like to record video sound too. Otherwise if I'm recording some action with windows or programs I would like to record warning/error sound too.
I'm trying to record music playing on my computer with the sound recorder/audacity but there is nothing audible being recorded. I've installed PulseAudio Volume control and selected monitor of internal analog stereo. I can't figure out if I have an output/input incorrectly selected but maybe someone could take a look at the screenshots and provide feedback! I have a dell xps 8100