Re: HOWTO: Proper Screencasting on Linux
There can be many reasons for this, and it depends on your source of audio (mic? system audio?). Again, have you checked input/output volumes?
Originally Posted by bashologist
How did your commandline look like? Posting it here might help.
If audio options get misplaced in the commandline, you might end up recording to mp2 (which is the default in ffmpeg) and therefore end up with terrible quality audio.
EDIT: and no, it's not supposed to sound like that. (unless your mic is of low quality, like the ones integrated with laptops)
Last edited by verb3k; June 20th, 2010 at 07:32 AM.
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