Animated GIF Recorder ‘Peek’ 1.4.0 Released (How to Install)

Peek screen recorder 1.4.0 was released today with stability fixes and some use interface improvements. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 19.04, and derivatives. Peek is a handy desktop screen recorder with an easy to use interface. It supports recording to GIF, APNG, Webm, and MP4, and so far works on X11… Continue reading Animated GIF Recorder ‘Peek’ 1.4.0 Released (How to Install)

Animated GIF Recorder ‘Peek’ 1.0.3 Released [Ubuntu PPA]

Simple animated GIF screen recorder Peek 1.0.2 and then 1.0.3, with packaging fixes, were released a few days ago. Peek provides a simple user interface allows you to select a screen area to record by moving and resizing the window. There’s a countdown after clicking on the ‘Record’ button. Peek 1.0.2 / 1.0.3 come with… Continue reading Animated GIF Recorder ‘Peek’ 1.0.3 Released [Ubuntu PPA]

Record Animated GIF Images in Ubuntu 16.04 via Peek

For those who want to record a selection of your screen to an animated GIF image, Peek is open source tool for Linux that offers a simple window that can be resized to select a screen area to record over. After resizing Peek window to select a screen area, click the Record button to start… Continue reading Record Animated GIF Images in Ubuntu 16.04 via Peek

How to Record Animated GIF Screencasts in Ubuntu 13.10/13.04

Want to make screencasts as animated GIFs on Ubuntu? Well, byzanz is the best choice I ever found. Byzanz is a small and efficient screencast creator. It records your desktop session or parts of it to an animated GIF, OGG Theora or Flash. Below is an animated GIF created by byzanz: It is said that… Continue reading How to Record Animated GIF Screencasts in Ubuntu 13.10/13.04