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Hey guys, today I’m going to show you the things that I use to get the best recording quality out of the flat screen order. First of all, under the general tab, there is not much to see here. It’s just details about the software itself and under the FPS tab, you set your own hotkey, you choose what core you want the FPS to be shown in, again a whole lot down here unless you want to save certain benchmark stats.
Under movies, I set mine—sometimes on 50’s, sometimes at 30 depending what gamma I’m playing. If I’m playing a less gravity intensity game and set it to 50 frames per second, if not if its more intensive and go ahead and set it at 30 frames per second and make sure you know what your video capture hot key is so that when you’re in the game. All you have to do is press that one button. For audio, I chose it to record sound and detect best sound input which will not necessarily be from your speakers but it might be your system sound which it can pick up also. So if you have music and game times like the shooting game that there might be gun fire. You can hear that much more clearly if you detect best sound input.
You can choose to use windows input but that might not always work, so detect best sound input is what I use. List of direct stream and stereo because that’s just the type of sound that I have on the system. Standard sound, and this is just a screen capture if you want to take just one image. Just one frame of the game you’re playing then I use S11 as a list. I would start and end with F10 and the screen shots will start just one screen shot with F11 and all the jpeg image or bit map image. Well it doesn’t really matter, it could be a PMG image or TK image, I’ll use BMP for now.
And that is how you use graphs, now when I’m actually in the game, I have a video 1080P video that I uploaded. It wasn’t the best quality ever but I do have a 1080P video, so go ahead and subscribe and click on my name and you’ll see the fraps 1080P test under my videos. That is an example—when I did that video I only had the half version or the limited to 30 seconds of screen recording. Now I have a full version of fraps, so I’m allowed to—I have unlimited screen recording time. Its easy to record basically whatever game I might be playing. If I’m playing a game, I’ll open up fraps and I might do some benchmarking, I might just look at CDFPS from getting first per second. I’m getting role playing and maybe I want to record video for keepsake.
So that’s what fraps is ladies and gentlemen, I hope you enjoyed this video tutorial, try to upload this one on HD, so go ahead on the bottom right hand corner and click on watching this on HD, wow. And yes, enjoy fraps and I’ll also show you where to get fraps just in case you don’t know already. This is firefox internet browser, go ahead and type in fraps and the first link is fraps.com, its really simple. Scroll down and it will tell you all about different games that you can record using fraps and if you go on the downloads tab for downloading the actual application.
There are screenshots obviously from fraps which you saw in my earlier part of the video. Its only 956 kilobytes, its really small but then again this is just the free fraps version. Captures the fastest in NVIDIA, G-force graphics card and sure enough I have an NVIDIA G-force graphics card. Maybe its not that—there we go and its my graphics card, so there we go. Download it here and if you want to embody the full of it or you want to be crazy like me and taunt it there is where you buy it. You can use VISA, Master Card, Paypal, not a big deal but you can still record up to 30 seconds of video and take screenshots with the free version of fraps. So and you can get the FPS much worth, etc, so that is fraps for you and hope you like this, subscribe and more tutorials to come, thanks, peace.