DemoRecorder® Download Page with Instructions

For normal DemoRecorder
(Pro, Web, Standard)

Hints
To start DemoRecorder after Installation, please use the start-menu of your desktop, or enter
demorec or /opt/DemoRecorder/bin/demorec
into a shell window.
Your web-browser may support direct installing of RPMs or DEBs from a website.
To try this, just click on the RPM-download-link or click on the DEB-download-link and follow the instructions.

Please use the "Save Link As" or "Save Target As" feature of your browser to download the files to your computer. Usually this can be accessed by clicking with the right mouse button at a download link and selecting the appropriate option in the popup menu.

DemoRecorder is available in three package formats: RPM, DEB and TGZ

In most applications RPM or DEB is easier to handle than the TGZ.

Download as an RPM package

32-bit Linux:
DemoRecorder-2.5.28.5-1.i386.rpm
( mirrors: US ( http ), US ( ftp ) )
64-bit Linux:
DemoRecorder-2.5.28.5-1.x86_64.rpm
( mirrors: US ( http ), US ( ftp ) )

Many Linux Distributions such as RedHat, Suse etc use RPM as their native package format.

Install the RPM-package using the GUI

Installing an RPM-package on these distributions is as easy as double-clicking on the RPM-package in the file browser and following the instructions.

So, download the RPM-package to your computer, and then install it as described above.

After installing, the documentation can be found in the file /opt/DemoRecorder/README.TXT.

Install the RPM-package from commandline

Alternatively the package may be installed from the commandline with

rpm -i DemoRecorder-2.5.22-15.i386.rpm

Download as a DEB package

32-bit Linux:
demorecorder_2.5.28.5-2_i386.deb
( mirrors: US ( http ), US ( ftp ) )
64-bit Linux:
demorecorder_2.5.28.5-2_amd64.deb
( mirrors: US ( http ), US ( ftp ) )

Many Linux Distributions such as Debian, Ubuntu etc use DEB as their native package format.

Install the DEB-package using the GUI

Installing a DEB-package on these distributions is as easy as double-clicking on the DEB-package in the file browser and following the instructions.

So, download the DEB-package to your computer, and then install it as described above.

After installing, the documentation can be found in the file /opt/DemoRecorder/README.TXT.

Install the DEB-package from commandline

Alternatively the package may be installed from the commandline with

dpkg -i demorecorder_2.5.22-16_i386.deb

If the RPM or DEB packages do not work, please use the TGZ-install described below.

Download as TGZ file

32-bit Linux:
DemoRecorder-2.5.28.5-1.i386.tgz
( mirrors: US ( http ), US ( ftp ) )
64-bit Linux:
DemoRecorder-2.5.28.5-1.x86_64.tgz
( mirrors: US ( http ), US ( ftp ) )

The tgz-format is suitable if your system does not support RPM-packages or if you want to install it in a non-standard location (e.g. in your home-directory in case that you don't have root-access).

The tgz-file has to be installed manually as follows. There are different instructions for installing in the standard location or ina non-standard location

Installing the tgz-package in the standard location /opt/DemoRecorder

As root, unpack the tgz-file in the directory /opt. This will create a directory /opt/DemoRecorder which contains the software.

This is done as follows on the commandline

su
tar xvzf  -C /opt
Finally, if you have licensefile(s), please copy it/them to the directory "/opt/DemoRecorder/licenses".

Installing the tgz-package at another location

You do not need to be root if you have sufficient access rights in the location where you want to install it.

Unpack the tgz-file in the directory where you want to install DemoRecorder:

tar xvzf  -C your_directory
(Please replace your_directory with the name of the directory where you want to install it.)

This will create a subdirectory called "DemoRecorder" which contains the installation.

Then change to the directory "your_directory/DemoRecorder/bin" and run the script "demorec-set-install-dir":

cd your_directory/DemoRecorder/bin
./demorec-set-install-dir

Finally, if you have licensefile(s), please copy it/them to the directory "your_directory/DemoRecorder/licenses".

Your Questions, My Answers for You

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me at chris{at}demorecorder.com. (Please replace “{at}” by “@” in the email adress.)


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I wish you a lot of fun with DemoRecorder® and I wish you that it makes some of your tasks easier for you,

Chris
Christian Linhart
Nesselthalergasse 16
A-5020 Salzburg
Austria/Europe
Phone: +43 699 11444901
Registered Linux user #431772
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DemoRecorder in the Media

A comparison of screencasting apps for Linux (including DemoRecorder)
(first published in Linux Format Magazine, issue July 2009.)


Interview on the Linux Link Tech Show. Please select Episode 154.


DemoRecorder featured in Linux-User Magazine (in German)

Your video can contain sound narration recorded from microphone.
View and listen to the example.

BTW, the website DemoRecorder.com is hosted on Neue Medien Münnich ( all-inkl.com ) in Europe.

The US download mirror ist hosted on Host Gator .