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Low Profile Game Recording Programs?


Uncle Dong

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Im looking for something i can use to record cool things that happen in a push of a button.

Im looking for something that barely effects performance.

 

OBS has high CPU usage

Fraps has giant ass video sizes (1min 720p 30fps video = 1gb

Dxtory same as fraps

my GT 740 doesnt have a big enough number to use shadowplay

 

I know i dont have many options but some insight would be helpful

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Bandicam i guess

I dont think you can get anything that is like obs for free that takes lower cpu usage.. 

I use both fraps and obs depending, still 100 fps in TF2

 

https://www.google.cz/search?q=Low+Profile+Game+Recording+Program&rlz=1C1AVNG_enCZ660CZ660&oq=Low+Profile+Game+Recording+Program&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i60.1441j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

I found a program called D3Dgear

Tiny video size no performance impact and hardly any CPU usage

Its like a better OBS

A mod can lock this or something idc

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I found a program called D3Dgear

Tiny video size no performance impact and hardly any CPU usage

Its like a better OBS

A mod can lock this or something idc

hmm, looks good, ill downlaod it too, ty

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1. record gameplay using "P-REC" (demo) (no lag)

2. Use FRAPS to record your previous demo

3. Convert that bigass file to MP4 by using "Handbrake" apps

 

If you want your mic input, use "Audacity" , record it externally.

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bandicam barely affects performance. I used it on a crapoy laptop and it did nothing

 

camtasia only affects performance when your editing on it but the recording part is great.

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bandicam barely affects performance. I used it on a crapoy laptop and it did nothing

 

camtasia only affects performance when your editing on it but the recording part is great.

I did some testing with D3Dgear on csgo 

CSGO ate like 80% of my CPU

D3D literally used 0 CPU

Before recording i had 120FPS

Recording i had 120FPS

 

I have D3D's quality settings on best 720p 30fps

1 min = 60MB so in theory thats 1MB per second.

Thats amazing compared to Fraps which is like 150MB per second and D3D didnt have lowered video quality either

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Try Raptr, the problem with Bandicam is that it records GBs of footage after like 10 minutes.

Raptr is great, they just had new updates to make it even better, especially if you're playing CSGO. It captures kills and I haven't felt any difference when using it compared to when I'm not

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Raptr is great, they just had new updates to make it even better, especially if you're playing CSGO. It captures kills and I haven't felt any difference when using it compared to when I'm not

It gives me the error 22

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If anyone here has installed D3DGear and certain games and programs dont work uninstall D3Dgear.

 

I dont know why just simply having D3DGear causes games and programs to crash but it does.

 

Example.

When i installed D3DGear Pain.net and Dark souls 3 would crash on startup. I uninstalled D3Dgear and they worked perfectly after.

 

Right now im using MSI Afterburner, i set up a prerecorder with it, basically its a DVR that is always recording but it barely touches performance.

How much it prerecords depends on how big you make the max file size.

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