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Anyone use DXtory? If so I need a bit of help.

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I'm using DXtory and I've got my recording format and everything down that I need and its great. However I do need one last bit of Quality of life change.
I want/need to be able to make DXtory record in files and then split when they get to a certain length.
Similar to how Fraps does this, once it's files reach 4gb it splits and creates a new file contiuing the recording.

Is it possible to cause this behavior to happen in DXTory?
more specifically make it split say every 15 minutes?

I want to basically use this as an alternative to shadow play and just leave it recording all day that im playing. I even had an external hard drive dedicated to JUST recorded videos, so I'm not worried about disc space but splitting the files will make it easy to manage and delete the extra crap that nothing happened in.
So I can just go back to the disc and pick the files that had the action in it and just go from there.

Anyone know how to do this with DXTory?
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To my knowledge, you currently cannot do this in dxtory, Or if you can they have it hidden pretty well, as i can't find it.

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I'm sure there would be a way to split the file size evenly somehow.

I found this on another forum that you might find helpful
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Dxtory also does not split up a video into parts when recording, while FRAPS splits it up in 4gb segments. And dxtory uses GPU process encoding when recording.
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