I can view some tutorials, webinars etc. which is using Elluminate Live as presentation tool. To be able to use them you have to have access to the Internet.
Some time in the near future I will not have access to Internet for a period, so I wondered if I could record some of these presentations, store them as video-files and later be able to view these video-files without having access to the Internet.
I'm using Ubuntu Linux version 11.10 (or 11.04), and I have tried using gtk-recordmydesktop. It works, but the sound is very low and full of noise. The sound source is "pcm" (using alsamixer).
Maybe VLC Media Player is a better solution ?
Basically I want to record both the screen and sound shown on my desktop when I run Elluminate Live.
Any advice on this will be appreciated.