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Re: Capturing screen action to a movie file, how?

Gain Paolo Mureddu:


The above link has a few hits.  I've used vnc2swf in the for
demonstrations.  There is also a vncrec utility available, but I'm not
as familiar with this.  

James Laska

On Mon, 2005-02-07 at 12:42 -0600, Gain Paolo Mureddu wrote:
>     I was wondering how easy would it be to do capture screen action to 
> a movie file... What I want to do do is something similar to what Apple 
> has done to show off their OSX where you can see some on-screen actions, 
> like opening X or Y program, then switch tasks, etc, etc. I was 
> wondering if there is a program for Linux (ok, for X) that would allow 
> you to do exactly that, and then be able to transcode that into an .ogm 
> file, for instance. If so what's that program and where do I get it??
> I want to do a series of tutorials for my family, but instead of me 
> being present at each computer, they could only open the file, see how a 
> certain task is done and that's about it. You could say I want to do 
> some Linux marketing too :-P

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