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Guest Grumby, May 14, 2013 in
It seems very complicated to me.
Have a look at the fraps thread. It has a link to a good video for optimising dxtory. You just follow the video and it will sort you out.
Edit: Nevermind, you beat me to it Powdermen
might have to look at that video, dxtory gives me worse frames than fraps...
The lagless logarithm that he recommends in the video is what makes the difference for me.....
Helped me a lot as well! Haha Powder is very quick indeed!
//And before the joke comes: No, that is not what she said.
My god, I've been looking how to split voice audio on a seperate stream for ages. Thanks!
Yeah I forgot about that vid
just stumbled across this thread,sorry to drag it up but i tried the lagarith losless codec but i still didnt have a decent File size to work with,
i came across this X264 codec,
via this youtube vid its exsaplins everything,
ive been using this instead of the lagarith loseless codec as this has a losless mode too. and i get a much lower file size when ive been recording, without Any loss of quality whatsoever, So therefore i get quicker upload times. the difference isnt massive but its certainly noticeable.
just thought id share it with all you guys incase anyone wants to give it a try.
Thanks man, will give it a look!
Follow the first Codec way. Its the best. 100MB per min instead of 1GB.
Jackfrags has a tutorial on his channel using a different codec but the file size is like 1GB a minute but its much better quality for editing.
I had some issues until i used jackfrags youtube vid. Now get a solid 60fps when streaming and recording. I would recommend to anyone looking to record / stream use the same settings.
Motherboard- Sabertooth Z77
Corsair Vengeance 16gb DDR3
Monitor -BenQ GW2250E 21.5 LED LCD
DXTORY recording/ streaming and sometimes use fraps.
Sony Platinum suite 12 - editing
Everybody else makes my PC look like shit haha. It's only my first build so it was a budget PC anyway.
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