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Green Recorder – Simple Linux Screen Recorder with Wayland Support

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Green Recorder is a simple desktop screen recorder for Linux supports for Wayland and Xorg. It’s free, open-source and built with Python, GTK+ 3 and ffmpeg. The UI is quite simple, just type a filename, select destination folder, file format, and which to record (audio, video, mouse cursor). There are also advanced options for setting frame rate, time delay, audio ...

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How to Install TV Browser 4 in Ubuntu 16.04, 17.04

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TV-Browser, a free and open-source digital TV guide software, has reached the 4.0 release a few days ago. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 17.04, Linux Mint 18.x and derivatives. TV-Browser is a Java program that gets the daily TV program (more than 1000 channels) from the internet and shows it clearly aranged – like a printed ...

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MKVToolNix 13.0.0 Released! How to Install it in Ubuntu

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MKVToolNix 13.0.0 was released a few days ago with a few small enhancements and bug-fixes. All users are recommended to upgrade to the new release. New features & enhancements in MKVToolNix 13.0.0: mkvmerge: MPEG TS reader: information about multiple programs will be output as container properties during verbose/JSON identification. MKVToolNix GUI: multiplex tool: added a column “program” to the tracks ...

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How to Install KeePassXC Password Manager 2.2 in Ubuntu

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KeePassXC (KeePass Cross-Platform Community Edition) is a community fork of KeePassX, the cross-platform port of KeePass for Windows. The goal is to extend and improve it to provide a feature-rich, fully cross-platform and modern open-source password manager. The database is encrypted with the industry-standard AES (alias Rijndael) encryption algorithm using a 256 bit key. And it is compatible with KeePass ...

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Opera 46 Stable Released with Animated PNG Support

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The Opera web browser has reached the new stable 46 release days ago with stability improvements, new features and various fixes. Today’s stable release is stage two of the Reborn project. Opera 46 improves the quality of Opera Reborn by introducing more user interface changes, reducing crashes, fixing issues for built-in browser VPN, and adding support for animated PNG files ...

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Planetarium Software ‘Stellarium’ Reached New Major 0.16 Release

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Stellarium, a free, open-source and cross-platform planetarium software, has reached the new major 0.16.0 release one day ago. Features ability to run multiple software instances. Stellarium 0.16.0 is a stable version based on Qt5.6 (can still be built with Qt5.4) that introduces some new features, 38 bug-fixes, and a huge list of other changes. New features in Stellarium 0.16.0: RemoteSync ...

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PyCharm 2017.1.4 Released! How to Install it in Ubuntu

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PyCharm 2017.1.4, a new update of the Python IDE developed by JetBrains, was released a few days ago. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 17,04. PyCharm 2017.1.4 features a total of 27 bug-fixes, one new feature, and a few performance improvements. fixed debugger bugs related to IPython and Qt CPU/Memory usage improvements when editing Django ...

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Kid3 Tag Editor 3.5.0 Released! How to Install it in Ubuntu

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Kid3, the popular open-source audio tag editor, has reached the 3.5.0 release an hour ago. Here’s what’s new and how to install it in Ubuntu via PPA. Besides bug fixes and performance improvements, Kid3 3.5.0 brings new features like marking violations of the ID3v2 standard. It is now possible to assign keyboard shortcuts to user actions. The command line version ...

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Install MuseScore 2.1 via Snap in Ubuntu 16.04 & Higher

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MuseScore 2.1, the latest version of the free music composition and notation software, now is available for install via Snap in Ubuntu 16.04 & higher from the beta channel. MuseScore 2.1 was released one month and a half ago. Due to lack of dependency for building it into PPA, it’s only available as AppImage for Linux. For those who are ...

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Neofetch Tells System Information in Command-Line

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Neofetch is a command-line interface (CLI) system information tool written in BASH. It displays information about your system next to an image, your OS logo, or any ASCII file of your choice. The main purpose of Neofetch is to be used in screenshots to show other users what OS/Distro you’re running, what Theme/Icons you’re using etc. Difference between Neofetch and ...

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