Record easily the screen, with the mouse the sound or any other pre-set parameters, with the size of the screen the FPS, and so on it's a pure wonder.
Best for recording. I have a NVIDIA GPU btw
Uma maravilha! Funciona perfeitamente.
Egy béna hosszasan írja a magyarázatokat de így is alig érti a másik hogy most mi van. Egy Chad bedob egy videót a csetbe ami mindent megmutat és elmagyaráz. És az egészet pár másodperc volt elkészíteni.
Mega geiles Programm. Gut verständlich und es tut, was es soll. Ich kann, wenn ich zwei Bildschirme betreibe, sogar auswählen welcher aufgenommen werden soll. Auch die Vorschau über das aufgenommene Bild und den aufgenommenen Ton ist klasse. Mein liebster Bildschirmaufnehmer.
Proably the best screen recorder for GNU/Linux.
It works really well!
0 resources consuming. what a gem
Its awesome, but it does need a UI Re-Desing, i sujest everthing in a single window, with profiles and stuff
Excelente programa pra gravar a tela do seu computador sem consumir muitos recursos do seu hardware
Amazing and simple application
It records very well, but it needs 3 things to be perfect: 1. it must have an option to minimize to tray and to launch already minimized; 2. it should launch on a ready-to-record state, instead of launching on this annoying useless settings windows (generaly, we only set the settings once, and we could change them later in a settings button if we needed to); 3. it should have an option to auto-save a file when finishing recording. Please, consider implementing these features!
Doing its job, but I'd prefer if I didn't have to go through all those settings pages every time I simply want to start recording. The settings should be accessible through a menu if needed, like in most apps.
Perfect for people who dont want to learn too much and still record.
Not sure if this is for me - recordings of longer sessions take up too much space, even GBs per recording.
Simple, easy and very efficient. Good work!
Very easy to use. Very useful for creating tutorials or for diagnoses of issues....thus an audio-visual aid. Good work.
I installed it and was up an running seconds after that. No learning curve. I decided to move it to a secondary workspace and startefd and stoped the recording with the default shortcut Ctrl-R . That saved me from editing out the start of the video. For my first video I decided to have a separate file for each segment so I could do do-overs, but I am sure that the more confident I get, the more I will start recording smaller videos as a single file, saving me time on the editing. I am using it in an old Pentium i3 netbook and it recorded things properly without any noticeable lose of frames.