Capture screen and default audio input device and generate an incompress AVI file

gst-launch avimux name=mux ! filesink location=out.avi \ alsasrc ! audioconvert ! queue ! mux. istximagesrc name=videosource use-damage=false ! video/x-raw-rgb,framerate=10/1 ! videorate ! ffmpegcolorspace ! video/x-raw-yuv,framerate=10/1 ! mux.
The command generate an huge output file (depending on screen resolution and time).

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By: Nicolargo
2010-07-15 09:39:51

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