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Re: [K12OSN] Re: does recordmydesktop work on thin clients?



2009/4/16 Lee Harr <missive hotmail com>:
>
>> I'm looking for a way for students to record things
>> on their desktop sessions, but I'm not sure what is
>> the best way to go.
>
> Any suggestions?
>

I don't think it will work. Even if you manage to somehow get the
video working what about the microphone? There is no mic support in
ltsp. I don't think recordmydesktop or any other similar software was
developed with ltsp in mind.

>
> I have a feeling I could use some kind of vnc recorder, but
> that seems like it would be pretty complex.
>
>
> recordmydesktop looks nice, but I'm not sure it will work
> on a thin. Anyone have experience with this?
>
> Here is my specs.txt:
>
> recordMyDesktop = 0.3.8.1
> Width = 1024
> Height = 768
> Filename = /home/lee/out.ogv
> FPS = 15.000000
> NoSound = 1
> Frequency = 22050
> Channels = 1
> BufferSize = 4096
> SoundFrameSize = -1081074260
> PeriodSize = 134598644
> UsedJack = 0
> v_bitrate = 45000
> v_quality = 63
> s_quality = 10
> ZeroCompression = 1
>
>
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