Cankiri is a single file screen recorder for Linux and other systems that run GStreamer 0.10 and PyGTK 2.8.
Version: 0.2Cankiri is a single file screen recorder for Linux and other systems that run GStreamer 0.10 and PyGTK 2.8. It was inspired by Zaheer Abbas Merali's Istanbul, and aims to have lighter weight deployment than Istanbul.
Operating System: Linux
Running Cankiri will add an icon to your notification area. If you do not have one, Cankiri may appear to do nothing, or may fail to run at all. Once the icon is there you can begin a screen recording by clicking the icon. Choose the destination filename, as well as any desired options, and click OK to begin. Click the icon again to stop and complete your video. Right click to access other operations including Quit.
Download cankiri-0.1.tar.gz, unpack, and save cankiri.py wherever you want your programs to live. Add any desired links, launchers, etc. If you're feeling mildly adventurous, you can grab it from subversion instead: cankiri.py
Here are some key features of "Cankiri":
· Optionally records audio
· Optionally records mouse pointer
· Captures either the full screen, or
· Optionally marks a partial screen for capture
· Shows an indication of the capture area before and during recording
· GTK+ version 2.8.x
· Python 2.3
· PyGSt 0.10
What's New in This Release:
· Fallback for missing notification area
· Bring up the save dialog immediately