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no sound on video for Webcam Booth

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kat:
Hi, I have Linux-Lite 5.0 and downloaded Webcam Booth from the Lite Software source. The Webcam Booth (Cheese) takes pics and videos well, but there is no audio in the videos. When I open the video file, it opens with VLC media player. I made sure in VLC tools that audio was enabled. What could be the problem? I have a built in webcam on my pc. I know my mic works, because in the audio mixer, I can see the blue line moving when I speak in the microphone setting.

Şerban S.:

--- Quote from: kat on June 20, 2020, 04:36:27 PM ---[...] The Webcam Booth (Cheese) takes pics and videos well, but there is no audio in the videos.

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I gave up using this. Is very old and does nothing "top-notch".

Here is what I use:
SimpleScreenRecorder
Desktop screencast. Probably the best available in the Linux world.
Vokoscreen
Way better than Cheese, but very different from SimpleScreenRecorder.
For screenshots, I use the internal "PrintScreen" assigned App. I forgot the name, I guess it's something like "xfce4-screenshot" or the like. If you want something more professional for screenshots, you can try searching with Google, but I am please with the XFCE's tool. Flexible enough for what I need.
You can also use at some extent VLC's screenshot capabilities.

kat:
Oh my gosh! Vokoscreen works great! Thank you so much!  :)

Şerban S.:

--- Quote from: kat on June 21, 2020, 01:20:54 PM ---Oh my gosh! Vokoscreen works great! Thank you so much!  :)

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You're welcome!
I'm very glad you found a tool that matches your needs.
Actually, I use all three, for different purposes. Each has a different approach. Let's say... "doing better one specific task".

Please, mark the topic [Solved] so the people know that there is a working solution for this issue. It helps everybody find faster the topic.

Here is how to do it:


--- Quote from: bitsnpcs on June 04, 2017, 06:14:01 PM ---[...] You can mark the topic as solved please, by clicking modify, and selecting in the drop down menu in your original post.
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Toufikk Mhd:
I guess it's something like "xfce4-screenshot" or the like. If you want something more professional for screenshots, you can try searching with Google



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