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I have been having A LOT of trouble finding settings that would produce smooth looking videos, Msi afterburner was being rendered incredibly choppy and didn't look smooth.

This was recorded with fraps. I didn't really feel like using x264 because the sony vegas version isn't working and I just wanted a quick render, didn't want to set up MEGUi.

This is recorded at 60 fps, 1080p
2x aa
2x filtering
hbao off (I was just testing something but this was the best clip on my drive I thought)

does it seem smooth to you guys? Decent quality?

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Seemed very smooth to me. Nice kills by the way!
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haha thanks! my fov was not what i was used too but it worked out nice for that first kill
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seemed smoother, try out anyvideoconverter, although my virus scanner picked up some adware on it (and quarantined it), it has been solid so far, you can choose the resolution, bitrate, audio codecs, etc.

edit i am assuming you are looking for a video converter
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Have you tried recording at a higher framerate and rendering it at a lower? If you have the patience, record at something like 120 or 240 (or even 480) fps and render it at 60. It gives the video a nice motion blur effect.

megui is pretty easy to use. Just create an avisynth script and throw in some files and presets. It looks close to perfect.
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Ya I know how to use MEGUI I just had reinstalled windows 7 on my new ssd and didn't bother downloading it.. had vegas still installed on my secondary drive.

I've done that when I used to make some counter strike videos, you would record it at like 500 fps in the source engine then render it to 30 fps in virtualdub, incredibly smooth slow motions in it.

But with fraps can I set it to 100 FPS even if Ingame I don't get 100 fps? I typically get 70-90 FPS with HBAO on and 4x AA. HBAO off boosts me above 115 usually though, but when I record with fraps I drop to 60fps I believe this is because fraps drops your fps to whatever your recording at right?
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