According to a sendesignz.com post
I have used CamStudio in Windows, and I am happy with it but, there are times when we have to make the most of what is available.This time, I needed to record screen-cast in Ubuntu.
# add-apt-repository ppa:maarten-baert/simplescreenrecorder # apt update # apt install simplescreenrecorder
Despite of being simple, it has all essential features of CamStudio for Windows or QuickTime for macOS, and it recorded very good quality of audio and video! Making itself my new favorite screen recording application.
Earlier, I tried using VLC for screen capturing, because it helps me to avoid yet another software program on my computer on my computer and, VLC also lets me choose file formats to save my recording to.
Here are the steps:
- Tested on: Windows 7, Windows 10
- There could be other ways to get Open CV working on your Windows computer
Thoughts on YouTube TOS (II. Prohibitions):
- Google’s very own play store has a lump sum of 47 FREE 3rd party Android apps allowing users to download Audio and/or Video content, despite the fact that their TOS suggests not to. Continue reading “Here’s the problem w/ YouTube API’s TOS”
I personally think that Visual Studio is the best IDE, and I spend most of my day in it. And I’d definitely by using Visual Studio as much as I can – if you are on Windows, Visual Studio’s Python support is worth exploring.
I’d leave the choice up to you. Both IDE have free and paid options.
I think Visual Studio is an engineering marvel. If as much effort went into space travel as went into the design of this, we’d be on Mars by now.
That said if you prefer to use PyCharm:
- Please go to https://www.jetbrains.com/student/ and get your free full blown tools offered by Jet Brains, with all bells and whistles.
- Here are two YouTube video series if you want:
Getting Started with PyCharm:
PyCharm Video Demos:
If you want to use Visual Studio:
- Get the free Visual Studio 2015 Continue reading “Getting Started: Python”