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    Re: Record your desktop with recordmydesktop ;)

    Thank you very much Adler for your suggestions.

    eye208, that looks like helpful support you gave, and now I know there exists a program called Blender's sequence editor that sounds like it is worth using to complete my task. Thanks.

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    Re: Record your desktop with recordmydesktop ;)

    I wrote a little script to convert the ogg outputs to avi as prescribed in the first post (just to make things simple. To run it, simply place it in your path (either /usr/bin or your own personal bin/ folder if you have added your own path), navigate to the folder with the screencast and type
    Code:
    ogg2avi.sh screencast.ogg
    while replacing screencast.ogg with the name of your ogg file. It will ask you what you would like to call your avi, and type the desired filename without the extension, and voila! You have an AVI!
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    Re: Record your desktop with recordmydesktop ;)

    nice little script

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    Re: Record your desktop with recordmydesktop ;)

    Quote Originally Posted by loell View Post
    nice little script
    Thank you very much!
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    Re: Record your desktop with recordmydesktop ;)

    Quote Originally Posted by brennydoogles View Post
    I wrote a little script to convert the ogg outputs to avi as prescribed in the first post (just to make things simple. To run it, simply place it in your path (either /usr/bin or your own personal bin/ folder if you have added your own path), navigate to the folder with the screencast and type
    Code:
    ogg2avi.sh screencast.ogg
    while replacing screencast.ogg with the name of your ogg file. It will ask you what you would like to call your avi, and type the desired filename without the extension, and voila! You have an AVI!
    ok, I have made a few changes to the script. Now, it will create a ~/screencasts directory, inside of which will be a folder for ogg's and avi's. after it converts the screencast, it will now rename the ogg to the same thing as you had it name the avi, and move both to their respective folders in your new screencast directory. I am also trying to find a way to have the script autorun after a screencast is taken, in which case you will have two copies of the video after every screencast, a youtube version, and an ogg version.
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    Red face Re: Record your desktop with recordmydesktop ;)

    Quote Originally Posted by loell View Post
    http://recordmydesktop.sourceforge.net
    a nice screen/desktop video recorder, try it

    update: available package for the latest version 0.3.6 fiesty deb package

    notable improvements: more efficient, and snappier than the previous version






    update: recordmydeskop is on fiesty repository,
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install recordmydesktop gtk-recordmydesktop
    for beginners you can also install it through ADD/REMOVE applications

    3.1 dapper deb package

    recordmydesktop 3.1

    gtk-recordmydesktop 3.1




    ==============================================

    download the two edgy deb packages
    edgy deb package -- command line

    gtkrecordmydesktop edgy deb package requires recordmydesktop
    -- gui-front-end



    Using Recordmydesktop

    in command line console type the command recordmydesktop
    you can stop the recording by pressing ctrl-c

    or in gui-front just click record, and just click the white square on system tray to stop

    the output is in ogg video format however you can convert it to avi by mencoder

    example


    *note install mencoder if its not installed by doing
    Code:
    sudo aptitude install mencoder
    in command line

    then you can upload it to youtube or wherever.

    video sample(s)
    by Sandman32 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FZ9N_YEo3g (beryl 0.1.2 burn and water effects)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJWYSfGvITA(warcraft III demo)
    by Sandman32http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VwzsrpHRxtY(beryl /water effect)
    by iadanr http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RF7FgWcIxg8(beryl)


    enjoy
    Will this work in Gutsy and in e17?

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    Re: Record your desktop with recordmydesktop ;)

    Thank you very much Adler for your suggestions.
    bubble_bobble,

    Well, thank you for that.

    brennydoogles,

    Thanks for your script!

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    Re: Record your desktop with recordmydesktop ;)

    Quote Originally Posted by RAV TUX View Post
    Will this work in Gutsy and in e17?
    yes, definitely, and there is recordmydesktop on gutsy repo.

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    Re: Record your desktop with recordmydesktop ;)

    Hi All,

    I've a lot of YouTube videos going regarding Linux 3D Desktops using Beryl and compiz-Fusion. I've recorded these with recordMyDesktop.

    What I would like to do is add / edit all these uploads to include an introduction screen e.g. one slide to show / tell what the viewer will be looking at.

    Basically, I would need a video editor, but I am not sure what to use.

    BTW, here is my latest upload to YouTube...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Evle8rSxaDE

    Thanks for any help here.

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    Re: Record your desktop with recordmydesktop ;)

    nvm asked a dumb Q. works greaT!
    Last edited by godofwar; October 27th, 2007 at 06:05 PM.

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