Friday, August 29, 2022

How To Install Kazam Screencaster On Linux Ubuntu And Mint

How To Install  Kazam Screencaster On Linux Ubuntu And Mint

Kazam is a GStreamer-based screen recording and screenshot tool for Linux. The application supports recording the entire screen (with multi-monitor support), a window or an area and features:
  • customizable framerate;
  • option to show/hide the mouse when recording;
  • record sound from speakers and/or microphone;
  • keyboard shortcuts;
  • configurable delay before capturing;
  • automatic file saving;
  • supports mp4 (H264), webm (VP8) and avi (RAW, HUFFYUV and lossless JPEG) video formats.
Kazam 1.5.3 was released recently and it includes some very useful new features:
  • support for webcams: it can record just the webcam or it can display the webcam in a window on top of the screencast;
  • support for broadcasting to YouTube Live;
  • added on-screen keyboard indicator and mouse click indicator;
  • new countdown timer.
To Install  Kazam Screencaster On Linux Ubuntu And Mint, open a new Terminal window and bash (get it?) in the following commands:
    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kazam-team/unstable-series
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install kazam python3-cairo python3-xlib
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