There is a good program Istanbul that works very well for what you seem
to want. It is in the ubuntu repos, just apt-get install instanbul.
Also here is an article you might find interesting
Art Alexion wrote:
> On Wednesday 09 January 2008 04:20:34 Donn wrote:
>> On Wednesday, 09 January 2008 11:04:46 Gert Gast wrote:
>>> Hi List, just a question, what do we have available for creating screen
>>> captures in Kubuntu? Not just single images, but making movie animations
>>> for tutorials etc. Camtasia is the Windows frontrunner I suppose.
>>> Anything like it for Linux?
>> aptitude search ~dcapture
>> The (very) weird ~d bit tells it to search the descriptions. Odd as heck.
>> On my end I see one called 'recordmydesktop'.
>> I used something years ago to record stuff I was doing in Blender, but I
>> can't recall the name now. It was something I fetched and compiled -
>> fragile as glass, but it worked okay. So, there are options.
> I recall an interesting program called Wink that seemed to have a lot of
> features. Downloaded and installed to Dapper a while ago, but never used it.
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