Record your desktop screen without any software is easily possible with GNOME DE on Fedora, Ubuntu or any other Linux distributions that support it.
Without installing any tool or screen recording software, you’re able to capture and record your GNOME desktop instantly in Fedora or Ubuntu with a built-in tool. It’s like a secret tool because you can’t find any app launcher or command line option to control it, but if you find it, you’ll discover that GNOME 3 has an incredible built-in screen recorder tool, GNOME Screencast. It offers a really simple way to record your desktop screen and it has only a keyboard shortcut to start and stop the recording process of the whole screen of your GNOME desktop.
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