by biocrasher (http://freshmeat.net/~biocrasher/)
Sun, Oct 1st 2006 22:32
recordMyDesktop is a program that captures audio and video data from a
Linux desktop session, producing an Ogg-encapsulated Theora-Vorbis file.
The main goal is to be as unobstrusive as possible by proccessing only
regions of the screen that have changed.
Behavior on stream desync has changed, so that dropping of sound is no
longer necessary. Theora return values are now properly checked to avoid
inserting corrupt packages into the stream. Major memory leaks have been
fixed. These were related to the rectangle insertion algorithm and
discarding of used sound buffers, which are now properly handled. The
reason for a segmentation fault occurring on seemingly random occasions
(related to the lack of thread safety over libogg calls) has been found,
so the problem should no longer appear.
Release focus: Major bugfixes
License: GNU General Public License (GPL)
Project URL: http://freshmeat.net/projects/recordmydesktop/
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