On 19 March 2013 23:26, Louigi Verona wrote:
I just googled ASIO screen casting to see if the grass was any greener
- doesn't look like it! :-)
Using Kazam to do screencasts is quite easy. Though there's no direct
JACK support you can use the PulseAudio sink to route it. Mildly
complex, but doesn't seem any worse than the hoops people seem to be
jumping through on Windows.
And anyway, since when has realtime audio been that mainstream on any platform?
Applications isn't the main reason Linux is not more successful. It's
lack of preinstall options. Windows installation isn't any better,
and in many cases a whole lot more painful - just most people don't
have to do it.
Neil C Smith
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