Kazam Screencaster 1.0 Released

Kazam Screencaster 1.0, a cool screencasting application for Linux, has been released today.

The Kazam Screencaster development has stopped a while back, but luckily a new developer has taken over the project and Kazam is updated frequently again. With the new 1.0 version, Kazam is finally GTK3 ready, but that’s not all. Here are the changes since the previous Kazam version we wrote about (a long time ago, I know):

It’s finally possible to record arbitrary screen regions
Support for two audio channels, with volume settings
Output can be saved in WebM or Matroska
Uses gstreamer instead of ffmpeg
Countdown timer is now customizable
Countdown window has now variable width
Adjustable framerate
Ability to turn off recording of mouse cursor
Audio device selection is now done directly from PulseAudio. To record application sounds instead of microphone input you will have to select one of the monitor devices.

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