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I used Xvidcap to record my desktop, but the quality of video was too bad (it lagged so much). I also tried with all output formats that xvidcap support, increase the frame-per-second as much as possible and the quality always at 100% but nothing changed.

Click to see my video on Youtube

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I'm using 11.04 (unity) with compiz enabled.

My card is ATI/AMD Mobility 5450 and all drivers were installed and activated.

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Changing to gtkRecordMyDesktop solves the problem. Just select one workspace (instead of the "whole" desktop by default) and the video looks nice.

Click to see video on Youtube

PS: sorry for the terrible sound. ^_^

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