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fraps is always best hands down... some people have issues with sound not working, fixed by muting mic and unmuting stereomix in windows sound options

the question is, what do you use to encode after fraps has given you a raw avi cause 20gb for a 10 minute match in a game is quite ridiculous lol

PLUS, idk if it has to do with the version of fraps or what... but if you get frame hits usually it will be every 2 minutes or so when it creates a new file
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fraps is always best hands down... some people have issues with sound not working, fixed by muting mic and unmuting stereomix in windows sound options

the question is, what do you use to encode after fraps has given you a raw avi cause 20gb for a 10 minute match in a game is quite ridiculous lol

PLUS, idk if it has to do with the version of fraps or what... but if you get frame hits usually it will be every 2 minutes or so when it creates a new file
Yeah, I read it makes 3.9GB files so it can work with FAT32 file system

Oh, and something about the AVI 1.0 standard?


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Thanks for your inquiry. As you've found Fraps will automatically split movies when they hit 4 gigabytes in size. This is done to maintain compatibility with all video editing programs (some programs can't process movies if they are larger than 4 gigabytes). Please note that the clips should sync up properly, so if you place them all into a video editor you will end up with one long movie which you can then edit/compress.

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