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XELK-AN-TBD: Screen recording

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==History==

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!Date
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| 1.0.0
| February 2021
|[[Axel_Embedded_Linux_Kit_(XELK)#XELK_3.0.1|XELK 3.0.1]]
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==Introduction==
In certain situations, it is required to record on a video file what is displayed on the screen—for instance, to document a procedure or describe how to use a software application.

By using the well-known [https://imagemagick.org/ ImageMagick suite], this job can be accomplished straightforwardly. This Application Note (AN) shows how to use it on a system running a XELK-based Yocto Linux distribution.
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