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Mr47

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I was playing on making a short game video. So, dose anyone know of a good in game video recorder?

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Hello Mr47,

The only one i've ever heard of is Fraps. I don't know what kind of quality you'll get from it as i've never used that part of the program.

Edited by ZEUS_GB, 17 October 2006 - 07:08 AM.

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Thanks ZEUS_GB,

I heard of it to i tried the free verson and it has good quality but only 30 seconds of recording. And if you want the full thing which is only 3 MB (2 MB biggere than the trail) it's like $30 for it.

Edited by Mr47, 17 October 2006 - 09:25 PM.

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Hey Mr47, I have Fraps and it is definitely worth the money. I've made some pretty cool in game videos using it. If you did purchase Fraps, then I would also recommend Camtasia Studio 2. Using the conjunction of this software I have produced my own 5min Fear vid.
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