A quick overview of one other dwell streaming program generally known as ScreenStudio. It is a fairly easy and straight ahead software program that provides webcam and overlay assist. A bit of one thing that is not actually however present in every other Linux software program.

What I’m utilizing:
Ubuntu 14.04
OpenJDK 7
ScreenStudio 1..1

Make contact with Details:
Twitter: @osirez
G+: in addition to.google.com/+OsireztechBlogspot/

ScreenStudio: screenstudio.crombz.com/
Ubu The Tech Professional: www.youtube.com/client/Ubuntuaddicted

Patrick Balleux (developer of ScreenStudio)
Twitter: @patrickballeux
G+: +PatrickBalleux
YouTube: www.youtube.com/patrickballeux

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19 thoughts on “Linux Warez: ScreenStudio – Could make Linux Dwell Streaming Fast”

  1. Thank you O for posting. Very informative as I'm researching live streaming, and screen casting with cam for my new YouTube channel. I've tried Kazam from my Linux Mint OS so far and just found SSR and now your vid for Screen Studio. Going to try it out. ROck on!

  2. Quick question.  Game is running smoothly, but when I stream, it gets very choppy.  I only have 4gb ram.  Will more ram fix this problem?

  3. i keep getting this error anytime i try any of the recorders or recording scripts Last log output…
    ———————–
    ffmpeg version 1.2.6-7:1.2.6-1~trusty1 Copyright (c) 2000-2014 the FFmpeg developers
      built on Apr 26 2014 18:52:58 with gcc 4.8 (Ubuntu 4.8.2-19ubuntu1)
    ¬† configuration: –arch=amd64 –disable-stripping –enable-avresample –enable-pthreads –enable-runtime-cpudetect –extra-version='7:1.2.6-1~trusty1' –libdir=/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu –prefix=/usr –enable-bzlib –enable-libdc1394 –enable-libfreetype –enable-frei0r –enable-gnutls –enable-libgsm –enable-libmp3lame –enable-librtmp –enable-libopencv –enable-libopenjpeg –enable-libopus –enable-libpulse –enable-libschroedinger –enable-libspeex –enable-libtheora –enable-vaapi –enable-vdpau –enable-libvorbis –enable-libvpx –enable-zlib –enable-gpl –enable-postproc –enable-libcdio –enable-x11grab –enable-libx264 –shlibdir=/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu –enable-shared –disable-static
      libavutil      52. 18.100 / 52. 18.100
      libavcodec     54. 92.100 / 54. 92.100
      libavformat    54. 63.104 / 54. 63.104
      libavdevice    53.  5.103 / 53.  5.103
      libavfilter     3. 42.103 /  3. 42.103
      libswscale      2.  2.100 /  2.  2.100
      libswresample   0. 17.102 /  0. 17.102
      libpostproc    52.  2.100 / 52.  2.100
    [video4linux2,v4l2 @ 0x1317d00] Estimating duration from bitrate, this may be inaccurate
    Input #0, video4linux2,v4l2, from '/dev/video0':
      Duration: N/A, start: 4424.141971, bitrate: 36864 kb/s
    ¬†¬†¬† Stream #0:0: Video: rawvideo (YUY2 / 0x32595559), yuyv422, 320×240, 36864 kb/s, 30 fps, 30 tbr, 1000k tbn, 1000k tbc
    Input #1, image2, from '/tmp/screenstudio7394968719296944296.png':
      Duration: 00:00:00.04, start: 0.000000, bitrate: N/A
    ¬†¬†¬† Stream #1:0: Video: png, rgba, 1360×768, 25 tbr, 25 tbn, 25 tbc
    [x11grab @ 0x1329060] device: :0.0+0,0 -> display: :0.0 x: 0 y: 0 width: 1360 height: 768
    No protocol specified
    [x11grab @ 0x1329060] Could not open X display.
    :0.0+0,0: Input/output error

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