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SimpleScreenRecorder - A Screen Recorder for Linux

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SimpleScreenRecorder is a Linux program to record programs and games. It can records the entire screen or part of it, or records OpenGL applications directly, Synchronizes audio and video properly, Fully multithreaded: small delays in any of the components will never block the other components, resulting is smoother video and better performance on computers with multiple processors, Pause and resume recording at any time. It can do live streaming.

OBS - Open Broadcaster Software

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Open Broadcaster Software is free and open source software for video recording and live streaming. It supports Encoding using H264 (x264) and AAC, Intel Quick Sync Video (QSV) and NVENC, Live RTMP streaming to Twitch, YouTube, DailyMotion, Hitbox and more, DirectShow capture device support, GPU-based game capture for high performance game streaming and lot more.

server - CasparCG Server is a Windows and Linux software used to play out professional graphics, audio and video to multiple outputs

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Thank you for your interest in CasparCG Server, a professional software used to play out and record professional graphics, audio and video to multiple outputs. CasparCG Server has been in 24/7 broadcast production since 2006. The CasparCG Server works on Windows and Linux.

shaka-player-embedded - Shaka Player in a C++ Framework

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Shaka Player Embedded is a framework that runs Shaka Player in native (C++) apps. This gives a cross-platform interface to Shaka Player allowing native apps to use the player. Your native apps can now be built with the same features, behavior, and API as your Shaka-based web apps. In addition to the C++ API, we provide a high-level wrapper for iOS called ShakaPlayerView which can be used from either Objective-C or Swift.




puffer - Puffer

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Puffer is a Stanford University research study about using machine learning to improve video-streaming algorithms. Please visit https://puffer.stanford.edu.