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I am new to the wine community.

I need some help with a project I am trying to do. I have installed Wine over Ubuntu 14.04 and I have installed ffmpeg on my machine (ffmpeg as a linux program).

I have created a .sh file that runs the ffmpeg screen recorder and saves my recording.

I would like to run this .sh file from wine. Is there any way to do this?

I have tried the following:

/bin/sh capture.sh

And get:

Can't recognize 'capture.sh' as an internal or external command, or batch script.

My main application can run .bat and .cmd files.

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Convert capture.sh into a batch file. On another note, why not do say capture.sh &; wine whatever.exe ?

  • Thanks for the answer. If I convert capture.sh into a batch file then there is a problem with the x11 grab / Unknown input format: 'x11grab' / Because I think that ffmpeg runs through wine and not linux. – user3812737 Jul 9 '14 at 6:30
  • No, if ffmpeg is doing an x11 grab it is most definitely a linux binary. You'll need to start the screen recording either before or at the same time as the wine process, as demonstrated above, capture.sh &; wine whatever.exe – hanetzer Jul 9 '14 at 18:47
  • Yes I understand your reasoning but I would like to call the ffmpeg screen capture from within my application that runs on wine. Thus, I think that this is not possible with the above. On windows, I just call the .bat file that runs the process. – user3812737 Jul 10 '14 at 6:30

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