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This is identical to the original command, but allows you to specify an offset if you have multiple monitors. In this case you'll record a 1366x768 window that's offset by 1366 pixels in the x axis and 0 pixels in the y axis. Note also that the -sameq option has been replaced by -qscale - at least in ffmpeg version 1.2.1 on Fedora 19.
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Grab X11 input and create an MPEG at 25 fps with the resolution 800x600
Proper screencast with audio using ffmpeg and x264, as per http://verb3k.wordpress.com/2010/01/26/how-to-do-proper-screencasts-on-linux/
Either use gtk-recordMyDesktop or qt-recordMyDesktop, which are GUIs for recordmydesktop command.
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