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Proper screencast with audio using ffmpeg and x264, as per http://verb3k.wordpress.com/2010/01/26/how-to-do-proper-screencasts-on-linux/
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Grab X11 input and create an MPEG at 25 fps with the resolution 800x600
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 Note also that the -sameq option has been replaced by -qscale - at least in ffmpeg version 1.2.1 on Fedora 19.
Either use gtk-recordMyDesktop or qt-recordMyDesktop, which are GUIs for recordmydesktop command.
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