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Making Screen Capture Movies under Linux

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Using ImageMagick, xwininfo, and a supplied shell script, you, too, can make screen-captured movies on your Linux box.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then how about a thousand pictures -- or a graphical animation? Getting the message across depends a lot on the tools at hand. It's one thing to stand in front of a classroom with a blackboard, a projector, and a room full of PCs, but it's quite another thing describing a set of ideas to multiple people who are standing in front of a kiosk, in a hall filled with competing noises and distractions. Wouldn't it be great to create animated screen shots without first taking a course in multimedia and purchasing expensive development applications?
 read more | mail this link | score:7492 | -Ray, March 15, 2004
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