RecApp is a free, open source, simple and easy-to-use desktop screen recording software for Linux. You can use it to record your PC screen. Record the screen using the GStreamer module. It is released under the GNU General Public License v3.0 and is written in Python. This app allows you to set 3 different frame rates 15, 30, 60, delay recording and record audio from mouse cursor and app. You can record and save output files in mp4, mkv, webm with high quality.
Install RecApp on Ubuntu
RecApp Screen Recording software is available as a flat pack package on Ubuntu. First you need to install Flat Pack and Flat Hub on Ubuntu. Follow the links below for Flat Pack and Flat Hub installation tutorials. If it is already installed, skip this.
How to install Flat Pack and Flat Hub on Ubuntu
After installation, restart your PC and run this command to install the RecApp Screen Recording application.
flatpak install flathub com.github.amikha1lov.RecApp
You can open the RecApp screen recording software with the following command on your device:
flatpak run com.github.amikha1lov.RecApp
You now have a very easy-to-use and simple recording app.
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