Screen Casting

Been hearing about screen casting?

Well, screen cast is a digital movie in which the setting is partly or wholly a computer screen, and in which audio narration describes the on-screen action.

Let me provide you a list of screen casting software:

for Linux:

  • Vnc2swf
  • XVidCap
  • recordMyDesktop
  • Istanbul
  • CpsRecode
  • capseo
  • Kwin
  • Wink
  • ScreenKast
  • Shutter
  • K Snapshot
  • Byzanz
  • Scrot
  • Kim
  • Clip2Net

for Windows:

  • CamStudio
  • Jing
  • Webinaria
  • Wink
  • UltraVNC
  • Windows Media Encoder
  • BB Flashback Express
  • TipCam
  • Krut
  • Snagit
  • NBXsoft
  • HyperCam

for Mac:

  • ScreenFlow
  • iShowU
  • Screenflick
  • ScreenMimic
  • Snapz pro X
  • Camtasia
  • Jing
  • Screenium
  • Little Snapper
  • Skitch
  • Copernicus
  • CaptureMe
  • CaptureIt

*Ehem-Ehem-Ehem*

For all the Linux users out there, KahelOS has FIXED/SET Screencasting by default, no hassle, easy to use, easy to remember, Just 4 basic steps:

Ctrl+ Shift + Alt + R = Record My Desktop!

Try It, Explore It, Spread!

#Enjoy Madlang Peepz 😀

KahelOS?

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Why KahelOS?

“I changed… I switched… But I am still the same old me. And the rest is history. No more system crashes, lost files and well, somehow, I missed the VIRUSes.”

  – Buzzstop

 

 I think one reason that this distribution scores as low as it does in your review is that your criteria is based on an intermediate level user at most, with preference toward the new Linux user. I would be truly surprised if the developers of this software are even targeting that type of audience. It is possible; they could, but the base Arch system is far from the average user. To me, this release is simply a convenience distribution for GNOME users and not much more. If I were a GNOME user, though, I would tend to like this distribution, because it is a way to slam a fast GNOME system onto your computer.”

– Brian Masinick

 

“KahelOS is basically ARchlinux with a few cosmetic changes other than making Gnome the default DE. I think its a great idea and I’m rooting for them. I think they’ll go far. I may use them on some other machines I have to administer.”

– EMK

“As an Arch user I tried KahelOnS out of curiosity some many months back, but was left unimpressed, although I don’t really remember why; I’m sure it’s improved since then though. Alternatively, a great option for an up-and-running Arch desktop (a really nice one at that) in no time is Archbang. I used it to get an Arch workstation going for work (was sick of only Win7.. had to have a nix box as well, especially for NOC support) and it’s really well done and I would recommend that for anyone looking for a quick attractive minimal Arch desktop(it’s openbox/tint)”

 – Jonathan Brown

 

“I’ve used KahelOS, what’s new with it compared to Ubuntu for one is its speed. I’ve never seen Ubuntu go this fast. Also, it’s much easier to use. Sorry for the generality of what i’ve said. Maybe next time i’ll be posting specific things i’ve noticed.”

– Neil

“You Decide!”

Choose Wise = Choose KahelOS 

Us + KahelOS = Love

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What is KahelOS?

KahelOS is a Linux distribution based on Arch Linux. Its desktop edition comes with pre-configured GNOME as the default desktop environment, GNOME Office productivity suite, Epiphany web browser, GIMP image manipulation program, and other popular GTK+ and GNOME applications.

Like Arch Linux, KahelOS maintains a rolling-release model of updating software packages using its parent’s repositories. The distribution comes in the form of a live DVD which includes a graphical installation program.

KahelOS comes with a bunch of applications installed, more than many other distributions that use GNOME 3 that have been reviewed on this website.

The list includes:

  • Epiphany, Firefox 8 and Chromium 15 Web browsers. Firefox 9 and Chromium 16 are also available for installation
  • ClamTK, a graphical frontend for ClamAV anti-virus
  • Dia diagram editor
  • GIMP, a Photoshop-like application, though it is not necessarily as easy to use as Phototshop
  • Scribus desktop publishing
  • Dropbox
  • Pidgin and Empathy IM clients
  • Ekiga softphone
  • Evolution and Thunderbird email clients
  • FreeMind, a mind-mapping and knowledge-building software
  • LibreOffice
  • GnuCash, a personal finance manager
  • Moiro, a music and video player
  • mhWaveEdit, a program for editing, playing and recording video files
  • Zim Desktop Wiki
  •  PDFedit

 

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Let’s all be PROUD,

Spread The Love = Spread KahelOS 🙂