The Kazam Screen-recording tool is currently undergoing a through refit - and adding some awesome new features along the way.
Tibesti is a 'simple screencasting' tool for Linux that allows you to record your desktop, speaker output and microphone at the same time, rendering output to the file type of your choice.
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.
Screenkey display key presses on-screen, making it a perfect foil for use in 'how-to' or tutorial videos.
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.
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. […]
One thing I love particularly about the Open Source community is the desire to continually improve ever aspect of the desktop – from icons to apps. This isn’t driven by the desire to increase profits (an incentive […]