In Part 3 of the series we will cover using voice-over audio and introduce screen capture with xvidcap. We'll end up talking about rolling it all up into a video tutorial.
on 01/22/2010 – Made popular on 01/22/2010
Not only can you make your own videos for business, similar techniques can be used for creating video tutorials, including screen-casts, and voice-over narration. Put those tutorials on the Web for nearly instant fame and fortune.
Hey, I'm a new user when it comes to linux and Ubuntu and I had previously been using Windows seven and Debut Video Capture for making videos (Audio included) for my Minecraft sessions. However after switching over I've found that Debut doesn't really work even with WINE.
I love this video recording software. It's the best I've seen for Ubuntu. I seem to be confused though, I record videos perfectly, with great sound playback, and excellent video quality. The only thing I don't like is that when I view the video, not only on my computer and on YouTube, the video and sound aren't synced. As in like the video part goes faster than the sound does.
I just did a clean install of opensuse 11.3. Pretty much everything is working great. However, I tried to record a video of a youtube stream and the sound didn't record while using xvidcap. I'm using all default settings. Anyone know a fix for this? I'm a newbie when it comes to linux audio.
I have Ubuntu 12.04 on my desktop. I have looked and tried many install for making YouTube play streaming videos, but nothing has worked.
I am using Firefox version 22. My ATI video card is a 7000 series. Can anyone tell me why I cannot play videos either on the Internet or a DVD. On YouTube, all I get is a black screen where the video should be playing.