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SLOS-GIMPainter
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Thanks for the info. I've used Audacity for a number of things over the last dozen years or so. It's great! Time to do a search for Win10 screen recorders. Audio is great, but only for those fluent in listening to a specific (English) dialect. Screen annotations are especially good. I wondered if you used a tablet. I'm developing a case of Wacom lust that's growing continually stronger!
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(07-06-2020, 03:43 PM)rich2005 Wrote:
Quote:BTW, what app are you using to record?

Adobe Premiere  - only joking Wink  I use linux and ffmpeg from a bash script. Gives a lightly compresed file suitable for editing. For a Windows Demo, it is of a VirtualBox on the desktop.
Code:
ffmpeg -f x11grab -xerror -r 15 -s 1280x720 -i :0.0+144,144 -vcodec mpeg4 -b:v 1000k -q:v 5 -bt 256k -y `date +%s`.avi
Then editing in an old version of Avidemux.  Any commentary recorded with Audacity and added to the video. Final export in a more compressed xvid avi format (although most seem to play mp4 easily these days).

I am no artist but I pulled out my 14 year old Wacom tablet and the presets work great.

I use an ffmpeg bash script as well to screen record. I have 4 hotkeys to launch recording with or without audio, and to pause or stop recording. I record lossless, then encode after any cropping/editing that is needed.

I do my final encode with a Thunar action.
Code:
xfce4-terminal --tab --drop-down --title="Encoding Progress" -H -x ffmpeg -i %f -vcodec libx264 -preset slow -crf 18 -acodec libvorbis -qscale:a 5 -pix_fmt yuv420p  /home/akovia/Videos/Screencasts/Encoded/%n

Maybe some other Linux users might find these scripts useful. It was made for my own system, but should be easily modified for other systems. Fairly well commented.

Uses:
  • ffmpeg
  • mkvmerge
  • xdotool
  • Thunar
  • key-mon
  • zenity
  • notify-send


.zip   screencast-scripts.zip (Size: 2.89 KB / Downloads: 1)
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