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Sorry if this is in the wrong section as it has more to do with video recording - but I am wondering if you guys know how this guy recorded this video of the new 3dMark Fire Strike demo to play it seamlessly below?
Looks like they were able to get it at a constant 60FPS and get the video to come out perfectly...

My recording using FRAPS at 30FPS... Goes as low as 15FPS....


This guys video at a ridiculous resolution and managing the video to come out perfect... I know YouTube isn't 60FPS... But this came out almost perfect...



Now I know in fact that no hardware right now can run this demo this good. The benchmark only seems to support up to 2 cards and 7970's seem to have the upper hand, but even those will get less than 20FPS at times...

I have a i7 970 @ 4ghz + two GTX 580's
and the Youtube guy has
i7 2600k @ 4.8 + 680 GTX...

I'm not a video expert but I know he had to record it at a 'fixed' frame. I am using FRAPS and tried this "Lock framerate while recording" option but it just slowed everything down too much and the video didn't come out right.
Do you guys know how he did this?
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I am not an expert but since its been a weeks since anyone answered you I will try. I stopped using FRAPS because it gave me too many problems. I now msi afterburner to record. Maybe you should give a try too!
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Thanks +rep for an answer finally lol...

FRAPS didn't slow down on my benchmark(noticeably while recording) , but does MSI Afterburner have such options to record at a 'fixed' framerate?
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Thanks +rep for an answer finally lol...

FRAPS didn't slow down on my benchmark(noticeably while recording) , but does MSI Afterburner have such options to record at a 'fixed' framerate?
is this what you need?

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