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    Screen recording for Minecraft.

    Hey, I'm a new user when it comes to linux and Ubuntu and I had previously been using Windows seven and Debut Video Capture for making videos (Audio included) for my Minecraft sessions. However after switching over I've found that Debut doesn't really work even with WINE. The same goes for RecordMyDesktop, The video was rather crappy and its "Records only active parts of screen" Thing left dead bits over part of the video. Is there anything out there that does a fair and easy job of recording Audio and video for Ubuntu/Linux and if so would you be willing to help me install it?

    Thanks in advance
    ~Sword

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    Re: Screen recording for Minecraft.

    Try vokoscreen.
    Code:
    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:vokoscreen-dev/vokoscreen
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install vokoscreen

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    Re: Screen recording for Minecraft.

    Alright, so I downloaded it as you said and whenever I press start it kind of shuffles across "Start, stop, and pause" (the highlighted button I mean) real quick once and stops. When I try Window mode it keeps doing that repeatedly until I hit stop or pause and then it give me "[vokoscreen] ffmpeg has crashed on (insert time and day, ex Saturday, 09:29)"

    I also tried changing the codec, the file type, and the player all with the same results.

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    Re: Screen recording for Minecraft.

    Quote Originally Posted by swordm-1993 View Post
    Alright, so I downloaded it as you said and whenever I press start it kind of shuffles across "Start, stop, and pause" (the highlighted button I mean) real quick once and stops. When I try Window mode it keeps doing that repeatedly until I hit stop or pause and then it give me "[vokoscreen] ffmpeg has crashed on (insert time and day, ex Saturday, 09:29)"

    I also tried changing the codec, the file type, and the player all with the same results.
    VLC works a treat for screen recording.

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    Re: Screen recording for Minecraft.

    O.o how would one use a media player to record their screen?

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    Re: Screen recording for Minecraft.

    Quote Originally Posted by swordm-1993 View Post
    O.o how would one use a media player to record.
    http://www.howtogeek.com/120202/

    Increase frame rate to suit.
    Last edited by philinux; November 23rd, 2013 at 05:30 PM.

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