By far, ‘guvcview’, “GTK+ UVC Viewer”:
Chooses from any of the audio devices on the machine, of any sort, including JACK audio sources; chooses from any video capture device; and combines the result. Simple to use and extremely effective. Only one I found to do all of this reliably, out of many.
Very simple via ‘ffmpeg’, there are versions for all major platforms:
ffmpeg -i audio.mp3 -i picture.jpg out.avi
The above will produce an .AVI, and if you change out ‘avi’ for ‘mp4’, ‘mov’, et cetera, ffmpeg will follow your lead and build the indicated format. However, if you want to make a file which Facebook and Youtube will accept, you’ll have to get a lot fancier:
ffmpeg -loop 1 -framerate 2 -i input_picture.jpg -i input_audio.mp3 -c:v libx264 -preset medium -tune stillimage -crf 18 -c:a copy -shortest -pix_fmt yuv420p output_video.mkv
For a silent install in Windows, use
/S for the EXE installer.
“Free and open source software for video recording and live streaming. Download and start streaming quickly and easily on Windows, Mac or Linux.”
This is Windows 8.1 only, not 7, not 10. It is not known whether 8.0 is affected.
The current known operative case is Citrix-hosted applications, in a dual-monitor situation. If you see a malfunction, go to Control Panel, All Control Panel Items, Display. If “Let me choose one scaling level for all my displays” is unchecked, check it. It will require logoff/logon. And the problem will be fixed.
This one’s great, Windows and Linux and Mac and BSD!
appears very good.