SpoutRecorder is a simple console video and now audio record application using FFmpeg.
spout - https://spout.discourse.group/t/spout-recorder-project/467
It’s an example of receiving from a Spout source without dependency on OpenGL, DirectX or Windows and using FFMpeg for real-time encoding. For those familiar with FFmpeg, various options can be explored with command line arguments by using a batch file, such as encoding with x264, x265 and Prores.
SpoutRecorder Version 1.001 now has the option to record system audio with the video, thanks to the virtual audio device developed by Roger Pack. This is a DirectShow filter that can be used by FFmpeg to record the audio.
Just press “F2” instead of “F1” to record audio with the Spout output. To help with registration of the filter there is a dedicated dialog program to do the job.
There is also a new hotkey ALT+Q which stops recording and quits the program even if it is minimised or obscured by a full-screen application.