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Araxathan

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Hey all, I wasn't too sure on which sub category to actually put this in but I thought it might be most relevant to stick it in here so.
Basically I am looking into making my own game videos I am a very ambitious gamer and id like to take my gaming to the next step and show my skills off to the world via videos. One other reason I am doing this is because i am a Media student and it'll help a lot with the portfolio I have to build to show during my University interview. Anyway I am looking for the best CPU friendly game recorders and to be fair i have just about tried them all and i have only been able to get terrible frame rate or not being able to record at all.

Computer Specifications:
Operating System - Windows Vista Home Premium
System Type - 32-Bit
Processor - 2x Intel® Pentium® 4 CPU 3.20GHz
RAM - 2GB
Graphics Card - NVIDIA Geforce 8600 GTS (Overclocked for 2000 Core Memory Speed)

If theirs any other information needed just let me know, thanks
Arax.

Edited by Araxathan, 06 December 2009 - 03:28 PM.

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I haven't tried either of these personally but.
fraps I think there is a free version (just slighty limited)

or

x-fire Works as a friends system as well.

Hope this helps

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Ive tried out Fraps and to be fair it just eats away at your CPU, its mainly CPU dependent so, easiest thing I can say for Fraps is that my system just doesn't like, I am yet to try out X-fire but I shall do so, it would be easier if I just brought a new processor if I am honest but lack of money...
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