- Capture HD video of Linux games that use OpenGL acceleration
- Select a game binary or choose one of your installed games to start recording
- Playback a .glc file
- Encode a captured .glc file into webm video format
- Options to change capture hotkey, video bitrate and number of CPU threads
- Ubuntu indicator support
Installation of GameCaster in Ubuntu, open Terminal and enter commands:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:niteshgupta16/gamecaster-stable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gamecaster
For installing in other distributions, you will have to get the latest tarball release from Launchpad.
Required dependencies are: ffmpeg, xdotool, glc, vorbis-tools, mkvtoolnix, python-gmenu, python.
Installation may require following dependencies: python-setuptools, python-distutils-extra.
To install, unpack the tarball, go to the extracted folder and run:
Default installation path is /usr/local.
sudo python setup.py install
As this is first release, Gamecaster is very much in alpha stage. So in case of any issue, please report a bug at https://bugs.launchpad.net/gamecaster/+filebug.
If you have disabled global menu in Unity, the application toolbar may look badly themed. Reloading your current GTK theme or switching to any other will fix it.
Under KDE, some text may not be properly aligned.
Supply your own custom command
Force ALSA on selected game