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How to Install Green Recorder on Ubuntu and other Linux Derivatives: A great screen recorder app for Linux

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Screen Recorder is an essential productivity tool to record your screen. There are several screen recorder apps for Linux that work well. But, at present Green Recorder will provide you some great Features which will blow your mind. It is a simple screen recorder app that supports Xorg as well as Wayland – Gnome Session. It’s built on top of Python, GTK+ 3 and ffmpeg.

However, today I am here to share with you the great features of Green Recorder 3.0 and its Installations process on Ubuntu. So, at first, let’s see what has been included to Green Recorder Latest Version.

Green Recorder 3.0 Features:

  • Green 3.0 Recorder supports GIF format now that means recording will be 10x better than the standard ffmpeg recording with GIF format at all.
  • Offers you to edit the default value from the preference settings.
  • You can now edit pipeline from preference menu and other things.
  • Offers you to choose the audio input source.
  • Improved graphical user interface.
  • Codes are much more precise and simpler.
  • Included play button to record video easily.
  • Provides improved audio and video recording
  • Offers improved ffmpeg detection on Xorg.
  • Internal Bugs fixed, and you can edit it from everywhere.

These are the features of Green Recorder. Now let’s see how will you install it on Ubuntu

Installations Process Of Green Recorder on Ubuntu:

It is so simple to Install Green Recorder 3.0 on Ubuntu. It supports Ubuntu 16.04/16.10/17.04/17.10 or Linux Mint 18/18.1/18.2.  It takes less than 2 minutes to complete. You need to enable multiverse and universe repositories when you will install it. You have to open the following PPA to do it.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:fossproject/ppa
sudo apt update
sudo apt install green-recorder

For Debian Package:

Now Green Recorder 3.0 is available to install via Debian package. To do it you have to manage your Debian packages directly from the PPA. After that, you have to install it on any Debian directory.  You should have the “green-recorder” package and “python-Pydbus”:

Green Recorder For Fedora 24/25/26:

You can easily install Green Recorder 3.0 on Fedora. It supports Fedora version 24,25 and 26.

For Fedora 24: You have to type this command for Fedora 24.

sudo dnf config-manager –add-repo
sudo dnf install green-recorder

For Fedora 25: You have to type this command for Fedora 25.

sudo dnf config-manager –add-repo
sudo dnf install green-recorder

For Fedora 26: You have to type this command for Fedora 26.

sudo dnf config-manager –add-repo
sudo dnf install green-recorder

For Fedora Rawhide:

Sudo dnf config-manager –add-repo
sudo dnf install green-recorder

How to Install on CentOS 7:

Type the following commands as root to successfully install.

cd /etc/yum.repos.d/
yum install green-recorder

Arch Linux:

Just type the following command.

yaourt -S green-recorder-git

Other Distros

If you want to use it on other distros, first install pydbus python module by running the following command.

sudo pip install pydbus

Now it’s time to download the master source code from Github which includes all the necessary dependencies. Run the following command to install it.

sudo python install

Note: Right this moment, Green Recorder is not working on python three but running fine on python 2

I think you have got a clear concept of the Features, Installations Process of Green Recorder 3.0 Thank you very much.

Images and Information are collected from Official Github Page.


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