For almost two years my primary recording device for YouTube videos has been with not a fancy camcorder, but a webcam. So believe me when I tell you that I've tried a lot of different applications on different operating systems to get the most from my camera, both proprietary and open source. Out of everything I have tried, GUVCviewer packs the best blend of performance and features.
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.
If I had to pick one horror story that I get messaged about the most, it would be the dreaded bootloader. “It’s missing” or “I have a black screen of death..” and some people edit […]
While on vacation this last month, I gathered up all the requests for Ubuntu help and advice that I have received over a year or so and decided I would attack them here by popularity. […]
Those who installed Lucid Lynx got a surprise – from pre-releases through to the full release of 10.04, Ubuntu’s windows buttons have swapped sides! Interesting how this default setup of these buttons now mirror those […]
I have been asked several times why I do not refer to Linux as “GNU/Linux,” or “the GNU/Linux operating system,” or some variation thereof. Most of you are well aware of the controversy around using […]
Introducing: The best Ubuntu yet? Since its release a month ago I have been testing Ubuntu 10.04, Lucid Lynx, and I have been pleasantly surprised by the improvements in this version of my favorite distribution […]
OMG! Ubuntu! is excited, thrilled and all-out stoked to announce that the wonderful Nixie Pixel – female geek numero uno who boasts over 33, 000 YouTube subscribers - is teaming up with OMG! to contribute some ‘buntu-toting videos for […]