Package Details: gpu-screen-recorder-gtk-git r258.a1e4f93-2

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/gpu-screen-recorder-gtk-git.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: gpu-screen-recorder-gtk-git
Description: Gtk frontend to gpu-screen-recorder, a shadowplay-like screen recorder for Linux. The fastest screen recorder for Linux
Upstream URL: https://git.dec05eba.com/gpu-screen-recorder-gtk
Keywords: replay screen-recorder shadowplay streaming
Licenses: GPL3
Conflicts: gpu-screen-recorder-gtk
Provides: gpu-screen-recorder-gtk
Submitter: DEC05EBA
Maintainer: DEC05EBA
Last Packager: DEC05EBA
Votes: 20
Popularity: 1.79
First Submitted: 2020-07-02 01:53 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2024-04-13 17:30 (UTC)

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DEC05EBA commented on 2024-04-13 17:28 (UTC)

@DexterHaxxor thanks, fixed

DexterHaxxor commented on 2024-04-13 17:25 (UTC)

Please fix clang: error: argument unused during compilation: '-s' [-Werror,-Wunused-command-line-argument] when using Clang

flxrbr commented on 2024-02-25 17:38 (UTC)

Yes, I'm on AMD and both installations are running on Wayland. Playing on KDE feels smoother than Labwc. 100 FPS on Labwc feels like 30 FPS. But the recording on Labwc is smoother as you can see in the video. I'll send you all the information you asked by email.

DEC05EBA commented on 2024-02-25 17:21 (UTC) (edited on 2024-02-25 17:26 (UTC) by DEC05EBA)

@flxbr are both on wayland? if yes then there isn't any difference with recording on wayland compositors (recording is done by bypassing wayland compositor) so there shouldn't be any difference when it comes to this. Do you not notice any difference when playing and only notice the difference in the video itself? The frame timing of different wayland compositors can affect the jitter which you might not notice when playing if it's at high fps, until you slow it down. I would need full system info to know more (and output of sudo drm_info), reported as described here: https://git.dec05eba.com/?p=about

flxrbr commented on 2024-02-25 17:10 (UTC) (edited on 2024-02-25 17:16 (UTC) by flxrbr)

On labwc (wlroots compositor) the recording is smooth, but on KDE the recording is jittery. Do you know what could be causing this?

Here's a video comparing both: https://youtu.be/Z9H9afcptEE

5600X / 6800XT Arch Linux, both running the same kernel and drivers.

DEC05EBA commented on 2024-02-20 18:02 (UTC) (edited on 2024-02-20 18:03 (UTC) by DEC05EBA)

@creepergd if you are doing that I recommend using the gpu screen recorder command line tool to start recording as well if you are using a tiling wm that is keyboard focused.

To record a regular video: gpu-screen-recorder -w screen -f 60 -a "$(pactl get-default-sink).monitor" -o video.mp4

To start replay: gpu-screen-recorder -w screen -f 60 -a "$(pactl get-default-sink).monitor" -c mkv -r 60 -o "$HOME/Videos"

creepergd commented on 2024-02-20 17:57 (UTC)

@DEC05EBA thank you I like that solution more lol

DEC05EBA commented on 2024-02-20 17:47 (UTC)

@creepergd that wouldn't work as the code for that has never existed. Anyone is free to contribute the code for that. But right now you can bind keys in your wayland compositor configuration. Bind a key to "killall -SIGINT gpu-screen-recorder" to stop recording (saves the video when recording a regular video) and another key to "killall -SIGUSR1 gpu-screen-recorder" to save a replay. This method works in all wayland compositors unlike desktop portal shortcut that currently only works on kde and hyprland.

creepergd commented on 2024-02-20 05:53 (UTC)

@DEC05EBA I want to try out hyprland's global hotkeys but it is disabled on wayland. Do you know what I could edit in the source code to re-enable the hotkeys menu on wayland? I don't even know if this would work I just wanna try.