The Ubuntu Global Jam – a weekend-long session of community activities to help improve Ubuntu – wraps up tomorrow, but if you feel a bit left out of activities here’s your chance to contribute. The […]
The Kazam Screen-recording tool is currently undergoing a through refit - and adding some awesome new features along the way.
Kazam Screen recorder is a useful tool for all kinds of activities, so we were sad to hear that it had issues running in Ubuntu 11.10. Thankfully developer David 'Big Whale' Klasinc has picked the application up, dealt with its dependency issues and parked it inside a PPA for easy installation in Ubuntu 11.10.
Unlike most screen recording programs for Linux, Kazam is powerful in its editing/exporting options (in a clean, nice graphical user interface), works with a standard, easy-to-edit format, but it is not without it's downsides.
Screencasting made simple is the ethos behind Linux screen-recording tool 'Kazam' and the latest release sees it hammer home this point with improved features and a veritable genocide of bug fixes.
Kazam screencasting tool has released it's first version - and boy am I impressed. We first introduced Kazam back in June of this year under the title 'making screencasting tools modern'. At the time we were immensely impressed with not only the idea but the beautiful execution in design proposed for the application. Sadly the design was just that - a design. Until today.