Green Recorder is a functional desktop screen recorder for Linux systems that was built using GTK+ 3, FFmpeg, and Python.
It support video and audio recording on almost all Linux interfaces and Wayland support (GNOME session) will be added soon.
The supported video and audio formats are: mkv, avi, mp4, wmv and nut.
You can watch following video and a screencast, which is recorded using this simple program:
To end a recording session simply right-click the icon and choose “Stop Record“. You can also middle-click the recording icon in the notifications area but this style doesn’t work on all Linux interfaces yet.
Possible Changes Coming to Green Recorder Soon
- Automatic ffmpeg checking before launching the tray
- More commonly supported ffmpeg formats
- New features including: selecting a specific screen region to record, selecting from multiple input audio streams, and allowing the mouse pointer to be captured in the recording
- Wayland recording using the GNOME Shell Wayland Session which is packaged with a screencast tool
Install Green Recorder on Ubuntu 16.04 and Later
Crosscheck your settings to make sure that your system’s multiverse and universe repositories are enabled before trying to install the program from the PPA using the commands below:
$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mhsabbagh/greenproject $ sudo apt update $ sudo apt install green-recorder
On Fedora distribution, make use of the Fedora Copr repository.
$ sudo dnf copr enable mhsabbagh/greenproject $ sudo dnf install green-recorder
You can also install Green recorder on Arch Linux using your AUR helper.
$ yaourt -S green-recorder-git
For other Linux distributions, simply download source code and install the dependencies on your distribution (gir1.2-appindicator3, gawk, python-gobject, python-urllib3, x11-utils, ffmpeg) and then run:
$ sudo python setup.py install
This release is in its early stages and is the first public version so be patient if you experience any bugs while using the app.