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Project Summary

The Freeseer project is a powerful software suite for capturing or streaming video.

It enables you to capture great presentations, demos, training material, and other videos. It handles desktop screen-casting with ease.

It is one of a few such tools that can also record vga output or video from external sources such as firewire, usb, s-video, or rca.

It is particularly good at handling very large conferences with hundreds of talks and speakers using varied hardware and operating systems.

Freeseer itself can run on commodity hardware such as a laptop or desktop. It is supported on Windows, and Linux, It will support MacOS soon.

Freeseer is written in Python, and uses Qt4 for its GUI. It also uses Gstreamer for video/audio processing.

Freeseer is licensed under the GPL license, version

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audio conference desktop_sharing elearning firewire gstreamer multimedia ogg podcast python qt record recording screencast screen_recorder sound video video_capture vorbis webcam

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