Blue Recorder Desktop Screen Recorder for Linux

  • Post last modified:July 20, 2021
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Blue Recorder is a free and open source desktop screen recorder application for Linux. Using Blue Recorder you can record your desktop video and audio. It supports recording on Wayland display server and Xorg. It is released under open source GNU General Public License version 3 and built using Rust, GTK+ 3 and ffmpeg. You can record video in mkv, avi, mp4, wmv, gif and nut file formats.

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Kooha Screen Recorder Software for Linux

  • Post last modified:March 24, 2021
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Kooha is a free and open source simple screen recorder application for Linux. It is released under GNU General Public License v3.0 and written in Python and GTK. It is a simple cute little screen recorder application. Using Kooha you can record your screen and audio from your desktop and your microphone. You can also capture the mouse pointer. You can record full screen or selected part of the screen from desktop. Some other important features are you can delay the starting of screen recorder by 5 or 10 seconds and save the output file in WebM and MKV file formats.

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Display Key Presses and Mouse Events for Screencasting with KmCaster

  • Post last modified:March 22, 2021
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Now you can capture keyboard and mouse events in Linux easily with KmCaster application. KmCaster is a free and open source software for Linux, macOS and Windows. It displays your keyboard key presses and all mouse click events in the desktop screen. You can use this feature for your screen casting and screen recording in educational or any other type of video making. It is based on Java and released under MIT License. Some other similar application is ScreenKey.

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6 Best Screen Recorders for Ubuntu Linux

  • Post last modified:July 27, 2020
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In this article, you will get a list of free and open source best screen recorders for Ubuntu Linux. Using Screen Recorders you can recorder your computer desktop screen and it will help you to make video tutorials, broadcast or stream your desktop online and more. Best screencasting application for Ubuntu Linux. This is just a list, you can check the complete installation instructions by clicking each recorder title.

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How to install Kazam on Ubuntu – Kazam Screen Recording

  • Post last modified:July 26, 2020
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Kazam is a free and open source desktop screen recording software for Linux. It is the one of the best screen recordering application for Linux. Using kazam you can record your entire screen, part of screen or particular window. Not only screencasting you can also take screenshots. You can record your screencasting in MP4, WebM and AVI file formats. It supports keyboard shortcut, capture audio from speaker or microphone , capture mouse cursor and more. It is released under GNU General Public version 3 License.

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Record Ubuntu Desktop Screen Using Hidden GNOME Screen Recorder

  • Post last modified:July 15, 2020
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You all know that after Unity and starting from Ubuntu 17.10, GNOME Shell is the default desktop environment. But many of you don’t know that Ubuntu Gnome comes with a built-in screen recorder. This hidden Screen Recorder is the part of gnome desktop environment. It’s features are very limited like without any app launcher, no menu entry, no turn on or turn off button and you can’t select the output folder path. It comes only with full screen recording and you can save your output file in WebM format only. All videos are saved in your Home Videos folder.

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RecApp Screen Recording Software – How to install RecApp on Ubuntu

  • Post last modified:July 7, 2020
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RecApp is a free and open source simple to use desktop screen recording software for Linux. Using this you can record your pc screen. It uses GStreamer modules to record your screen. It is released under GNU General Public License v3.0 and written in Python.In this app you can set three different frame rates 15, 30 and 60, delay the recording, record the mouse cursor and audio from apps. You can record and save your output files in mp4, mkv and webm and also in high quality.

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