billybill wrote:I'd recommend OBS. The filesize and quality may be smaller. But you shouldn't have to run the game windowed like with Fraps. I think fraps might let you take higher FPS video as well. Maybe I'm wrong. Make sure you run the correct one, 64-bit 32-bit
You have a couple of options.
You can capture what you are playing, and then edit that, or just publish a game without edits.
Also if you record the game with UTs built-in demo recorder, you can replay the game repeatedly and capture from any position you prefer.
I recommend you play with the demo recorder anyway so you get used to what it does.
For capturing, you need something simple, and I don't think OpenBroadcaster is for you.
You would do better using something like "raptr" http://raptr.com or http://raptr.com/amd
or "Overwolf" http://www.overwolf.com
Both have plugins that can stream to Twitch and you can download anything you capture.
For more expert control the best free solution is Open Broadcaster
http://help.twitch.tv/customer/portal/a ... r-software
I can recommend using raptr or Overwolf as a first step into streaming, as it does far less because they are only aimed at twitch streaming.
billybill wrote:OBS is a basically a free version of XSplit, there is a bunch of stuff OBS has that you cannot do in XSplit until you pay licence fees. It's freeware, and doesn't have any ads.
Note that you can stream direct to a new file on your hard drive. You need to set up the scene first which is a little trial and test, the preview is not extremely helpful when your game is full-screen. And like I said be sure to use the correct one if you have a 64-bit OS
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