PC Gameplay Recorder

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#1 Posted by LukeKotor (25 posts) -
Hi Guys, I just got into Pc gaming and would reallly love to start making Gameplay videos with Voice over to post onto www.YouTube.com Does anyone know a good and not too expensive Pc Gameplay recorder. By the way... I am not really comfortable with downloading software from the web, so I'ld rather have something like a HDPVR or a software in a disc format. Thanks for your help and feel free to ask questions
#2 Posted by Blistrax (1071 posts) -

Fraps. Download it. The discomfort will be fleeting, and the goodness will be lasting.

#3 Posted by themagicbum9720 (6512 posts) -

dont bother with fraps. huge file sizes and fps slow downs are bad, same with msi afterburner which i used before. try this instead. it's free. i had it running just last night for 40 minutes and didn't even know anything could be recording since my fps was normal. the file was less than 2 gb, only took me 30 minuntes to upload. with msi afterburner, a 28 minute video was around 93 gb. it can be a little confusing on how to record games at first and you have to change the bitrate and buffer numbers because the default ones make the videos look bad. they don't really have devices worth it that can record like they can with console games, since software can do it just as easily.

#4 Posted by kipsta77 (1119 posts) -

Fraps is horrible, DXTORY is what you want.

#5 Posted by naz99 (1907 posts) -

Hi Guys, I just got into Pc gaming and would reallly love to start making Gameplay videos with Voice over to post onto www.YouTube.com Does anyone know a good and not too expensive Pc Gameplay recorder. By the way... I am not really comfortable with downloading software from the web, so I'ld rather have something like a HDPVR or a software in a disc format. Thanks for your help and feel free to ask questionsLukeKotor

If you just got into PC gaming then you better get used to downloading things from the web..especiallly applications as that is where most of them are

http://dxtory.com/v2-home-en.html

#6 Posted by lostrib (44070 posts) -

MSI afterburner