Commands by joseCanciani (1)

  • The script gets the dimensions and position of a window and calls ffmpeg to record audio and video of that window. It saves it to a file named output.mkv Show Sample Output


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    echo "Click a window to start recording"; read x y W H <<< `xwininfo | grep -e Width -e Height -e Absolute | grep -oE "[[:digit:]]{1,}" | tr "\n" " "`; ffmpeg -f alsa -ac 1 -i pulse -f x11grab -s ${W}x${H} -r 25 -i :0.0+${x},${y} -sameq output.mkv
    joseCanciani · 2012-03-14 19:42:28 0

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