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yeh just get back to me about that offer i would 100 percent love your help with this
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OP get Dxtory instead of fraps!!! fraps used to be good but now with Dxtory it is more user friendly and has tons more options.

Fraps:
you have to record at your game resolution (1080p usually) or half resolution (540p)
Max file size is 4GB so a 1080p video could be 30 seconds long in 4GB so you end up with SEVERAL 4 GB files
single audio stream

DXtory:
you can game at 1080p but record in 720P or any other resolution that you would like
All recorded into a single file no matter the size
if you record voice as well as gameplay it will be imported into vegas as 2 seperate audio tracks instead of 1


There are tons of other great advantages to DXtory, you should check it out wink.gif



as far as editing goes... just play around with it and watch some tutorial videos online.
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OP get Dxtory instead of fraps!!! fraps used to be good but now with Dxtory it is more user friendly and has tons more options.
Fraps:
you have to record at your game resolution (1080p usually) or half resolution (540p)
Max file size is 4GB so a 1080p video could be 30 seconds long in 4GB so you end up with SEVERAL 4 GB files
single audio stream
DXtory:
you can game at 1080p but record in 720P or any other resolution that you would like
All recorded into a single file no matter the size
if you record voice as well as gameplay it will be imported into vegas as 2 seperate audio tracks instead of 1
There are tons of other great advantages to DXtory, you should check it out wink.gif
as far as editing goes... just play around with it and watch some tutorial videos online.

where do i get the dif softwares tho since sony vegas cost it seems at lowest 45 bucks? and this new recording method, does it have a cost as well?

im attempting to not flat out say it but whatever. torrents? any of them?
Edited by eosgreen - 1/10/12 at 6:21pm
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i use sony vegas 11 and fraps and any option you use will cost money especiialy dxtory.

Many people dont use dxtory because fraps has much more support as its been out for a while and dxtory is done overseas somewhere, so finding english help may be even tougher.
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Originally Posted by Ratjack View Post

OP get Dxtory instead of fraps!!! fraps used to be good but now with Dxtory it is more user friendly and has tons more options.
Fraps:
you have to record at your game resolution (1080p usually) or half resolution (540p)
Max file size is 4GB so a 1080p video could be 30 seconds long in 4GB so you end up with SEVERAL 4 GB files
single audio stream
DXtory:
you can game at 1080p but record in 720P or any other resolution that you would like
All recorded into a single file no matter the size
if you record voice as well as gameplay it will be imported into vegas as 2 seperate audio tracks instead of 1
There are tons of other great advantages to DXtory, you should check it out wink.gif
as far as editing goes... just play around with it and watch some tutorial videos online.

I tried DXtory, I honestly can not understand why anyone would ever use it over FRAPS tongue.gif. The split files are actually a plus for me, since I will play for hours until I get something good, and can just grab the last few files.
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ok so sony vegas is the editing program and fraps is the recording that i want
drag and drop style editing is all i need to do a decent vid?

Well here's what it is all going to come down to:
How powerful is your processor
How powerful are your graphics
How much ram do you have
*and drum roll* What are you going to do?

Making videos is easy as long as you stick to the appropriate program for you computer's hardware! If you are just going to be making star craft vids on the setup you have listed here, I suggest you use fraps, or any other light screen recording software. Sony Vegas is great, but you are really going to fork out some dough for that? Last time I checked there is a free version, but it is only a trial. rolleyes.gif

Although, some free screen capture software may record the videos into matroska (mkv.) so if you plan to stick with that specific software, you will have to keep in mind there are demands for encoding, so with an i5 i suppose that is off the list. Your best bet for now is fraps and Vegas demo (if available) thumb.gif

But you did say you want drag and drop editing. The thing about vegas is it is really not to drag and drop EASY UI, so if you want to go with the ultimate lightweight drag and drop editor; Windows Movie maker is your man!biggrin.gif

PS: if you need a free Swiss army knife video editor, check this out: http://www.erightsoft.info/GetFile.php?SUPERsetup.exe

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Well here's what it is all going to come down to:
How powerful is your processor
How powerful are your graphics
How much ram do you have
*and drum roll* What are you going to do?
Making videos is easy as long as you stick to the appropriate program for you computer's hardware! If you are just going to be making star craft vids on the setup you have listed here, I suggest you use fraps, or any other light screen recording software. Sony Vegas is great, but you are really going to fork out some dough for that? Last time I checked there is a free version, but it is only a trial. rolleyes.gif
Although, some free screen capture software may record the videos into matroska (mkv.) so if you plan to stick with that specific software, you will have to keep in mind there are demands for encoding, so with an i5 i suppose that is off the list. Your best bet for now is fraps and Vegas demo (if available) thumb.gif
But you did say you want drag and drop editing. The thing about vegas is it is really not to drag and drop EASY UI, so if you want to go with the ultimate lightweight drag and drop editor; Windows Movie maker is your man!biggrin.gif
PS: if you need a free Swiss army knife video editor, check this out: http://www.erightsoft.info/GetFile.php?SUPERsetup.exe
Happy OC'ing!

its not about whats easier its about what cost less money. i dont mind at all throwing 100 at the software just rather not if i can avoid it

bought sony vegas and i suppose i need fraps now frown.gif
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