I am looking for an application to make videos. What I want is a program that record all mouse movements and keyboard input… like the screen capture, with the difference that instead of having 1 jpg with a picture, I’ll have a video format with certain time of minutes captured.
I hope you understand what is I’m looking for and hope there’s a program on suse that do that.
I downloaded kazam but I cannot run it. At first, when I click the item in the menu show me the icon next to the mouse pointer, the he icon disappear and the application is not running. I don’t know… maybe is because I’m using KDE and this application seems to be for GNOME.
Thanks to those who have provided a variety of suggestions in the thread (I’ll have check some of them out in the future)
As a (vague) note - though it is not apparent, there are actually a couple of additional packages one has to install in order to get Kazam to work … I’d have to check my notes again as to which particular ones that is, but I’m pretty sure I noted them in a prior thread a good while back. Anyway, once one does that, it works pretty good for capping both the audio (from and source) and video using the webm/mp4 codec container pairing … IIRC the other native offering is buggy.
Recordnow is good, though the rectangular selection is not working properly.
I have to move the application window in a way that the rectangular window of recordnow won’t hit some of the application menu which I am recording.
and just the portion of objects that I want to record will be the one inside the record now rectanglular record area.
Is there the same application that I can use that can select a rectangular area to record with ease? Not the whole screen or the whole application window?