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Old 13th June 2012, 05:18 PM
BlondeDane Offline
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recordmydesktop and sound devices


I regularly use recordmydesktop to record Skype conversations and Online Sports events, using the command line below and then click on the window I want to record:

recordmydesktop --on-the-fly-encoding --windowid `xwininfo | awk '/Window id:/ {print $4}'`

This works well, with the exception that the default sound device is the microphone, which in my case means you get the shallow sound from the built-in laptop speakers, as well as any ambient noise from your room.

Is there any way of specifying only the sound from the recorded window?

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