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



Thanks a TON, I will give these a try... Just one question (before I embark myself in this endeavor) Is it possible to use VNC locally? Thanks!!

Gian

James Laska wrote:

Gain Paolo Mureddu:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=vnc+flash&btnG=Google+Search

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.


Enjoy,
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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