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Software for recording Mari0?

Pixelworker
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Post » 28 Aug 2013, 19:58

Hello, Stabyourself Community!

I have another request: I'd like to record the window where Mari0 runs (for making walkthroughs, trailers , etc.). I tried using Cropper and the Screen Recorder from DVDVideosoft, but both return a very, very laggy output (about 0.25 - 0.5 FPS). Compared to the videos Maurice or other Stabyourself members produce - which don't lag at all - this Software appears not to operate as intended on Mari0. So I'd like to ask if you know a screen recording software which makes unlaggy videos.

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Post » 28 Aug 2013, 20:20

Bandicam is what I used for recording the teaser level of Goomba Industries. I recorded it at 720 (I think, maybe even 1080. I can't remember) and had no lag what so ever.
Simply try some stuff out.

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Post » 28 Aug 2013, 20:21

Automatik wrote:Try this: http://obsproject.com/


Thank you, but unluckily I own Windows XP, which isn't compatible with Open Broadcaster Software.

Jorichi wrote:Bandicam is what I used for recording the teaser level of Goomba Industries. I recorded it at 720 (I think, maybe even 1080. I can't remember) and had no lag what so ever.
Simply try some stuff out.


Yeah, but I use a pretty old notebook with an internal graphic card, so it lags on it (both gameplay and recording).
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Post » 28 Aug 2013, 20:30

Fraps is pretty useful too. It's the one I always use, since it lags me less.

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Post » 28 Aug 2013, 20:45

Thank you all for the quick replies!

I tried all of them, and Fraps lags the least, so I'll use it.

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Post » 28 Aug 2013, 20:51

Just gonna say, this all depends on your computer's ability to run these things too and not just the quality of the program

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Post » 01 Sep 2013, 23:15

I use an in-game recorder which renders everything frame-by-frame so they're always smooth.
Before that I used camstudio: http://camstudio.org/

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Post » 02 Sep 2013, 12:29

Ohmygoshmauricehimselfansweredme

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I've tried it, but Fraps still appears to work better on my computer (Furthermore, I've buyed its full version so I don't have any stupid watermarks, so that would have been sort of a waste of money). Anyway, thank you!
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Post » 02 Sep 2013, 15:04

Mirillis Action! (yes, it's an actual name)

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Post » 25 Feb 2016, 10:40

You can try to download this Screen Recorder. It is easy to record any activity on your computer screen, like streaming video/audio, presentation, Skype dialog, game process and so on.
http://www.icoolsoft.com/guides/how-to- ... creen.html

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Post » 25 Feb 2016, 11:38

Sorry this is a old post, you just bumped it


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