exporting can be done with commandline utilities as follows:
From the commandline you can do the exporting to AVI or MPEG2 e.g. as follows:
/opt/DemoRecorder/bin/demorec-to-avi ~/demorec/yourRecording targetDir/yourRecording.avi
/opt/DemoRecorder/bin/demorec-to-mpeg2 ~/demorec/yourRecording targetDir/yourRecording.mp2
If you want to export it for Video-applications:
/opt/DemoRecorder/bin/demorec-to-mpeg2-ntsc-dvd ~/demorec/yourRecording targetDir/yourRecording.mp2or
/opt/DemoRecorder/bin/demorec-to-mpeg2-pal-dvd ~/demorec/yourRecording targetDir/yourRecording.mp2
There is also an export filter to flash-video (FLV-format) which uses the lossless screenvideo-codec of FLV.
FLV can either be imported into Flash-Projects or be streamed from a player contained in an SWF-file.
In fact, DemoRecorder can create the player and HTML-file for loading
This combo of three files has to be played back through a web server because the streaming requires HTTP. (So it doesn't work when you load the HTML-file directly.)
This web-publishing combo can be created as follows:
demorec-to-flv-with-player ~/demorec/yourRecording targetDir/yourRecording.flvThis creates the following files:
There are also export filters for vob-files and mpeg4 which work similarily.
All export-filters have several options for controlling the export. Just call an export-filter with --help to get a list of the options.
Since the output of the option --help is rather long you may want to view it with the use of the program "less" which helps you scroll through the help-text. This works by entering the following in the commandline for example:
demorec-to-avi --help | lessor you can view the --help - output online with your webbrowser here:
Hope this helps,
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