[nmglug] Recommendation for Screen recorder
a at kaluta.us
Sun Sep 20 08:32:47 PDT 2020
* https://linux4one.com/how-to-create-sudo-user-on-debian/ QUESTION:
IS WEB SITE A RELIABLE INFORMATION SOURCE?.
* Before you start to install FFmpeg on Debian 10. You must have a
non-root user account on your server with sudo privileges
First Log in to the server as a root user.
ssh root at server_ip_address ----QUESTION; HOW WOULD WILL I LOCATE THE
IP-ADDRESS OR WILL THE IP-ADDRESS POPUP AUTOMATICALLY?)
* Method 1: Install FFmpeg 4 using External Repository
* Method 2: Install FFmpeg 3 using Debian Repository
On 9/19/20 8:28 AM, a wrote:
> Thanks for all the response, I found a "straight forward" web install
> instruction for ffmpeg using Debian 10. i wish to use the program for
> recording zoom events as a guest, does anyone rebut?, Thanks
> On 9/18/20 7:35 PM, Anthony J. Bentley wrote:
>> Akkana Peck writes:
>>> a writes:
>>>> Unemcumbered Stable Debian 10 user seeks to encounter compatible
>>>> recorder, fashionably with web cam support.
>>> A long time ago (2009) I had success with recordmydesktop:
>> Unfortunately it hasn't seen any development since then, and I've seen
>> it removed from some package repos due to lack of maintenance. It might
>> still work if you try it though.
>> If you run GNOME, it should come with a screen recorder built-in.
>> But I haven't used it and can't speak to its usability.
>> Personally I use ffmpeg for this. It's very powerful, if you don't mind
>> digging through some manuals. E.g.,
>> ffmpeg -video_size 1680x1050 -framerate 30 -f x11grab -i :0.0 \
>> -c:v libx264 -qp 0 -preset ultrafast output.mkv
>> For webcams I use a program called video(1) that comes with OpenBSD.
>> But it isn't available for Linux; I'm not sure what you would use there.
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