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just got done pre-recording some bf, heres a SS.

Notice I stopped at greater than 5 minutes....

so for those of you who would like to prerecord to ram in AB, you are limited by your ram, if you want to prerecord bf4 to your hard drive you are limited by hard drive space.

Still not the same as Shadowplay.

OH WOW 19 seconds Greater than 5min LOL! biggrin.gif

Since you clearly got Shadowplay and knows everything, make a comparison between Prerecord to HDD and then Shadowplay, both atleast 15min.
Whilst you run a benching tool like Fraps.
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Yeah you missed every member of OCN taking turns arguing with hamzta09 outside of that not much else.
Damn, that could've been fun mad.gif
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Some nice tips and tricks here. Some of it is common knowledge but it's surprising how many people don't know a lot of these things.
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You're even quoting snips from different posts without the whole context and attempting to assign your meaning. Outstanding work smile.gif

It was adequately explained, AB can shadow record to ram if desired and has no hard 5 min limit. Isn't Shadowplays shadow record hard locked to Windows/tmp without option?

What are you talking about?

If you have ~8GB ram + plays BF4 then you got roughly (on Win8) 2-3GB space free.
That means ~5min of footage to RAM no matter if you use shadowplays "Shadow" function or Afterburners record to Ram.

But no one uses Shadow function, people use manual which is hours of footage written to HDD .mp4 format at 60fps, full quality with no fps drop. Good luck doing this in Afterburner with no performance hit.

Here is the first sentence of what he said on 1666
"Afterburner which installs rtss 6.0 final, allows you to pre record to ram or your hard drive just like shadow play."


Here is the other sentence in his other reply
"sure thing moo, but I would like to clarify that afterburner has no 5 minute limit , I could fill up my hard drive if i wanted to .."


This (above) is to my reply where I said
"Afterburner is nothing like shadowplay, and no one who uses shadowplay uses the "Shadow" function, everyone records like normal because that guarantees you get every single minute/hour of gameplay at a performance cost of: Zero.
Can you do this with Afterburner? No you can not. Not without performance drops, quite severe in some cases."
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Just let him be right so he will go away.
He is never wrong about anything ever
That should tell himself something about himself and how other people view him. I don't think he will ever see that though, so..
Best course of action is just to ignore him, and he can spend all day muttering to himself " I WAS RIGHT!, THOSE DIRTY LIARS!"

Back to BF4, although I am having a great time with the game, it does need some more infantry focused maps.
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Back to BF4, although I am having a great time with the game, it does need some more infantry focused maps.

You already sick of Operation Locker? tongue.gif I"m kinda itching to play 2nd Assault myself. I love those maps!
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You already sick of Operation Locker? tongue.gif I"m kinda itching to play 2nd Assault myself. I love those maps!

yeah so sick of locker unless I am playing with my kids. Holy moly playing with some teenage girls is a riot. we tear it up on zavod. It's funny to hear girls screaming "Defend D dad, we got turds on the roof!"
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I'm interested to see how the redone metro plays out, although I don't think it's going to be too different because there's still areas where the map converges into a single lane.

I'm sure there will be more infantry focused maps future DLCs. I actually really enjoy Locker and its design. I know I might get flamed for this because it's Battlefield, but it honestly reminds me of Treyarch designed CoD maps. I mean, if there's going to be CQ maps, it's nice to have them done right. While Metro wasn't so bad with 24 players or less, it's still an example of terrible map design. Locker is a huge step up from that.
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New nvidia driver seemed to give a performance boost.
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