What tools do you use to make video of your gameplay?

Discussion in 'Indie Basics' started by oddvark, Jan 10, 2008.

  1. J.A.R.S.

    J.A.R.S. New Member

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    Doesn't FRAPs only work for fullscreen apps? I have this windowed game going on and I don't think it can quite handle it (unless...?)
     
  2. jetro

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    kkapture can be used to record 60fps full resolution video even if your computer isn't powerful enough for that (or encode video at the same time). This is possible because it instruments calls to win32 API so that program thinks it is running in real time but is actually ran possibly at slower speed to get the full framerate video.

    http://www.farb-rausch.de/~fg/kkapture/

    Naturally playing the game simultaneously might become quite hard, but that shouldn't be a problem if you have a record/playback system...
     
  3. Sectarian

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    I have a few questions and hope you have some answers for me possibly or perhaps anyone else for this matter
    Can another player use keystrokes software to know another players keypresses using this engine/software?
    or in online game usage; RTS & Turn based?
     

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