The Airtame application is officially supporting only Ubuntu distribution.
Installation of the App on Ubuntu Linux
Option 1 - From our website
- Download .snap file from airtame.com/download
- Run command on terminal:
sudo snap install Airtame-3.5.0.snap --dangerous
3.5.0 is an example. Use corresponding version number found here
Option 2 - Run command on terminal:
sudo snap install airtame-application
Option 3 - From the Snap Store: Search for Airtame in the Snap Store
Setting up Audio on Linux
For Airtame to be able to capture your computer's audio, it will need to use a 3rd party driver so that it can gain access to your computer's output audio devices.
You are welcome to use another 3rd party app but in this guide, we will use Pavucontrol.
- Download and Install Pavucontrol.
- Launch Pavucontrol.
- Go to the "Configuration" tab.
- Select "Digital Stereo (HDMI) output (unplugged)" or "Built-in Audio"
- Go to the "Output" tab.
- Make sure HDML/DisplayPort is selected.
Keep in mind
Wayland display manager doesn't seem to support FFMPEG screen recording, therefore Airtame Application does not support Wayland. With Wayland, the screen appears black with only your cursor displaying.
Do you have any questions?
You can write to us using the blue chat box on the corner or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be here to assist you.
If you are facing technical issues, remember to send also your Airtame device logs.
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