Game "recording" software advice, please


#21

I used Xsplit when I was streaming to twitch. It is very good, but i’ve stop paying for it as I wasnt using it, and the nvida stuff is free and works for what I want to do now.


#22

Tried it, the export works. I can not get the transitions to work properly. Weird lag issues on playback and sound corruption. I have been using lightworks for editing but free will only do 720p 60


#23

i have dabbled with xplit has jes and hammy have said but i have also used OBS and thats very good for recording and streaming


#24

i use shadowplay, and then re-encode with imovie, but all i’m doing is cropping and changing the resolution when i do that.

Most stuff is just stored on my desktop at 3440x1440 at 60fps but at a modest bit-rate to keep the file size down.

shadowplay was the easiest option, my only gripe being it won’t let me use my push to talk button as push to talk.


#25

I’ve only used Fraps and OBS, but can recommend both.
Pretty sure it was Shadowplay that a friend used to record something we were playing before, and that seemed to work pretty well too.