[Wolves] Screen / desktop recorder

Mo Awkati mawkati at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Dec 16 13:41:59 UTC 2010

On Thu, 2010-12-16 at 12:52 +0000, Mo             Awkati wrote:
>> Hi folk,
>> I am hoping someone can help here.
>> I am trying to record a desktop session to add to web             pages. The 
>> that I tried did not deliver the quality 
>> I was after. I tried the following:
>> Istanbul
>> VLC
>> XVidcap
>> XVidCap seemed the better of the three, but when viewed             the 
>> it was all over the place and it kept creating
>> screens within screens, as if it went into an infinite             loop. The 
>> was awful, actually none existent .
>> If all fails I thought I could do an OpenOffice             presentation and 
>> sound. I tried it and the sound recording with the             default sound
>> recorder on Ubuntu 10.4 worked perfectly and it worked             when I 
>> the slide show. Obviously this is a last resort             solution.
>> Any ideas or suggestions?
>> Cheers
>> Mo
>It can record audio, windows, desktop.
>The record quality is excellent and in a .ogg container.
>Plenty of options for more advanced features too.
>Available in an Ubuntu Software Center near you.
>Thanks Dave,  just the business. Cheers. 
Look I have read this, some days ago:


It might help you.

Octavio Sanchez

Wow, installed it in no time, and just tested it , it is way ahead of the rest. 
It does not seem to be resource hungry
like the others. I will try later in detail. :-)

Sorry Dave, Kazam is so much better!

many thanks

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