Finding a good video recorder that enables you to record high quality videos is a daunting task especially for Linux users. They’re used to video recording programs that are prone to many problems and successful recording of a video seems like a dream to them. Are you looking for a reliable Linux video recorder to capture videos in Linux? Look no further! Here is the best solution for you.
iTube HD Video Downloader can simply be termed as the solution to your Linux video recording and conversion needs. It is a program that comes with great recording capabilities. It enables you to record videos that maintain the same quality as that of the original video. On top of this, you can convert the video into any media format.
Here’s a detailed guide on how to record videos on your Linux computer and convert them to various formats.
The first step involves downloading and installing the program. Now run/activate the already installed program such that it takes to you its main interface.
In the main window of the Linux recorder, go to the "Record" category on the left colume and then proceed to "Record" option on top left. Play the video that you want to record from any sharing site with the help of the built-in browser of "Online" category or any browser in your Mac or Windows PC. When everything is OK, proceed to click the "Record" button. The video will be recorded shortly. You can repeat the procedure to record as many videos as possible.
After recording is over, it’s time to convert the video to various formats. Go to the program’s library section and click on it to access the videos you’ve recorded. Then select the video you wish to convert and click on the convert button on its right side. A dialog box will pop-up allowing you to specify the format you would like to convert your video to. Select your preferred format and click OK to finish the process.
That’s all you need to do to record and convert a video on Linux!