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ScreenStudio will let you record your desktop in a full HD video files. Overlay some text or even your webcam.
It will also let you stream your desktop to services like UStream, Hitbox or Twitch.tv.
Built around "ffmpeg" that is currently available on all Linux distros and should work "out-of-the-box".
ScreenStudio is compatible with Ubuntu/Linux and OS X
- Version 2.x: Requires JRE 8.0 and FFMpeg only (0.9.x) (Included for Mac OS X)
- Version 1.x: Obsolete!
Instructions: Click here!
For OS X
Simply download the latest archive, uncompress it on your hardisk.
For Ubuntu, ensure that the "Executable" bit is active on the ScreenStudio.jar file otherwise, Ubuntu will not let you launch the application.
Double-click on the ScreenStudio.jar and you're ready to stream!
For OSX, unzip the archive, right-click on the App bundle and select Open.
Linux (Tested on Ubuntu 15.10) or Mac OS X (Yosemite)
ffmpeg 0.9x (For Linux only... Often already installed with Ubuntu by installing libav-tools 9.x)
JRE 8.x or above (OpenJDK is available for Ubuntu)
A webcam (Optional)
An account with some provider like Youtube Live, Ustream to broadcast live!
A lot of space on your harddisk if you want to record locally
For dependencies: sudo apt-get install ffmpeg openjdk-8-jre
Video files will be saved in a subfolder "Capture" in your installation folder. The service will define the video file format.
You can reach me:
ScreenStudio's Streamers: http://screenstudio.crombz.com/streamers.html
See the licence: Click here...