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This.

That is why your game is running slow, because you probably have fraps set to cap your FPS at 30PFS.
nah i set it to 100
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Seriously I can't even record Quake Live at half size with 60 fps without massive lag, my game will run at 25-30 fps, which is to slow for a fast fps as Quake Live...

That'll be your processor unfortunately. I remember being disappointed with my E8400's performance with Fraps.
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Originally Posted by sabbathcrazy View Post
I know you can use fraps, the problem with fraps is, it makes the videos so large. I recorded 10min of game play and ended up with a 10gb video. It all so brought down my FPS dramatically. I was recording a really old game witch does not take any graphic power to run. I went from a 100+FPS to 20-30 FPS. So what other programs are their?
Fraps does not compress the video as it records, so there will always be lag and FPS drop when recording.
These days, I'm using Bandicam because the recoded file size is small, and the quality is good like the Google news (http://www.google.com/#sclient=psy&h...021d933ca6e1b6)
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