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    To record my op noobness gameplay in Rift!

    Is the in-game video recording anygood?

    ~If not would per say Fraps be better?

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    Fraps imo. but never I tried in game version.
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    heres a vid I recorded http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYbiuVzabBc
    lowest rift settings
    my pc's specs:
    RAM: 8 gigs
    processor: pentium duel-core E5700 @ 3.0 ghz
    graphics card: nvidia gts 450

    pretty ****ty pc but I was recording fine at 25 fps with fraps. with the built in one I got around 10. Hope this helps
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    FRAPS is better than the in game recorder IMO. But I knew someone who gave me a key, not worth it if you can only record 2m videos at a time. Or whatever limitations it puts on without a key.
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    advantage of using in game record is it automatically encodes/renders for you without the need to convert the raw files which can be pretty huge, but the duration is only 10 mins. another cool feature is being able to log in to youtube via the social media thingy and uploading your video from within rift. and also it's limited to 720p.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mire View Post
    advantage of using in game record is it automatically encodes/renders for you without the need to convert the raw files which can be pretty huge, but the duration is only 10 mins. another cool feature is being able to log in to youtube via the social media thingy and uploading your video from within rift. and also it's limited to 720p.
    It can be seen as 2 ways. With the in game recorder, you want to wait for it to render, and you get less selection of render type (and of course 720p'd). But on the flip side, you could say with FRAPS the best you need is HD space, because my QoL with that program was not having to wait for a render process everytime I record. Or, like if your video stops recording mid match, the Rift recorder starts encoding and you are screwed out of recording more footage. Opposed to FRAPS where you can never have to worry about downtime you can't hit record.

    2c, just more pros/cons. Some prefer the in game one still fwiw OP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mire View Post
    advantage of using in game record is it automatically encodes/renders for you without the need to convert the raw files which can be pretty huge, but the duration is only 10 mins. another cool feature is being able to log in to youtube via the social media thingy and uploading your video from within rift. and also it's limited to 720p.
    bandicam will encode in a codec of your choice as you record.

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    i use bandicam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mire View Post
    i use bandicam.
    I tried using bandicam for a while, but I find it just absolutely butchers my FPS.

    Fraps all the way.
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    i didn't notice a difference in fps between having it recording and not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mire View Post
    i didn't notice a difference in fps between having it recording and not.
    I don't know if its my computer in particular, but it just destroys it for some reason.

    One thing I do love about Bandicam is how small the recording files are in comparison to fraps.

    I really wish I could use Bandicam more, but my computer just disagrees with it.
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    If you have a GTX600 series video card or better, the latest software from Nvidia allows for recording and streaming. I only have GTX500 series card(s) so it won't work with mine to atest to it's being good or not =/
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