Michael Coombes and James Atkins
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Kazam is a screen recorder for Linux. It's used to record your desktop activity into video files, so you can easily create software demos, record gameplays and share content on the Web.

It features an intuitive user interface that makes it easy to set up any recording situation. With Kazam you can record the entire screen or a specific area of the screen and turn it into a movie that can be viewed on any video player. It may also be used to take screenshots.

It also enables us to easily post videos to YouTube from the Kazam GUI.

Kazam Pros:

  • Comes with a standard, easy-to-edit format
  • Clean exporting options with a good graphical UI

Kazam Cons:

  • The installation and setup can be buggy