Is that a kde program or will it run okay with XFCe?francois wrote:pitivi under porteus seems to work well.
Kino from usm misses some libraries. The good news is that it could be built easily from:
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usm sbo -s kino
I tried it once and it works like a charm, like you said, when you know how to run it it's like s charm. A little graphical helper would be nice, e.g. that lets you use the mouse prior recording to set the x,y and width/height of the area to be recorded, just like a run-of-the-mill screenshot utility works. Since there are already many screenshot utilities, it should not be that hard to implement. Maybe it already exists?brokenman wrote:Most screen recording apps use ffmpeg as a backend. This is my go to for screen recording. If you know how to use it you have FULL control of your recording.