How To Make a Screencast

Learn how-to make a screencast using one of a variety of tools Shawn Powers demonstrates in this video.

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The recordmydesktop link is broken

Salman's picture

It shows some girl in a backpack for a general website. Looks Italian.


Mitch Frazier's picture


Mitch Frazier is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal.

Thanks for the shoutout! I

junkeR's picture

Thanks for the shoutout! I live in North Dakota!!!

What about the audio? I

Anonymous's picture

What about the audio? I mean systems sounds not post-production voice overs.

Virtual Box question.

Anonymous's picture

"This allows you to run a complete computer operating system right inside windows" Is what you said at about 3:00 minutes in about Virtual Box.

Windows? Like ms windows?


havalandırma's picture

thanks you

If you listen close...

Shawn Powers's picture

I actually say, "Right inside a window, so you can..." -- but I see where it sounds like I don't quite pause long enough between "window" and "so."

That said, VirtualBox does indeed run on Microsoft Windows if you so desire to use it in that way. I don't think any of the screencasting software I mention have Windows ports though...

Shawn is Associate Editor here at Linux Journal, and has been around Linux since the beginning. He has a passion for open source, and he loves to teach. He also drinks too much coffee, which often shows in his writing.

Thanks for a great Video...

Anonymous's picture

I just thought I heard windows and now I know it was window so.

Anyway, good job and great video.