QuoteSoul Capture is a free software utility developed by Piga Software which was originally released on May 13, 2012. It was created in Gambas and works as a front-end for the glc capture program; ffmpeg is also required for encoding. Soul Capture allows users the ability to capture and encode footage of their games and other applications from a comfortable and easy to understand interface.Soul Capture article on PigaLore
QuoteUpdated project to Gambas 3.4.0
Split audio and video encoding fields to make it harder to override old files
Added "Attempt to force ALSA sound" option to Settings
Added a browse dialog for finding executables to Capture
Added the option to merge audio and video files with ffmpeg to Encode
Fixed some issues with certain configuration options
Improved tool-tips shown in Encode
Terminal Output now gets cleared upon starting any new action
Added "Minimize to System Tray" support
Added a browse dialog for finding captured files to Playback
Improved quality of ffmpeg encoded files
Changed gamma settings for Playback and video Encode
ffmpeg will now try to utilize the optimal amount of threads when using Encode
|Comment by Superuser on April 2, 2013 at 9:42 pm Link To Me|
YOU sir need to use the Open Build Service instead of fiddling with all those Linux distros and having them installed. The openSUSE Build Service is a public instance that works for all major distros.
And now you know how to distribute the latest versions of your software for different distributions the right way!
|Comment by Hamish on April 2, 2013 at 10:06 pm Link To Me|
Anyways, these are Gambas generated packages, and I am not going to go to more trouble than that as Gambas should take care of most problems. Worse comes to worse you can just use the Autotools package or load up the Gambas project in the IDE, so I somehow doubt this is a huge problem.
And when it comes to multiple distros, I just built these on Arch and Fedora. You just need the RPM or deb build tools installed to make the packages from Gambas. The real problem is that far too few distros actually offer glc packages.
Bumadar, I have now re-uploaded the OpenSUSE RPM with the correct "glcapture" dependency. Thanks for the heads up.