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Best program to record World of Tanks Replays?


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Saab_Viggen #1 Posted May 12 2013 - 17:42

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Lately, looking into my folders, I have a large sum of gameplays that I would like to convert to normal file formats, instead of the Wot files. One of the only ways to accomplish this is to record over them..And I have successfully done it. But what's the best FREE screen recorder out there that will capture WOT replays in 1280x720 or 1920x1080? I've been using OBS (Open Broadcaster) to record them, but I cannot get it to record Tanks in full screen. The best I can get is it in like 1904x1020 (Not full screen) I really want to get OBS to work, basically for the fact that I can record in bitrates of 24000!! This link is an example of what I mean ---- http://www.youtube.c...yxYLmHxb4      
So, any suggestions on a good screen capture program, or how to fix OBS to work to my standards?

Shotgunz #2 Posted May 12 2013 - 17:43

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FRAPS or Bandicam. I prefer Bandicam at 100% 30fps since it doesn't eat your FPS as much as FRAPS and YouTube videos are limited to 30fps.

Edited by Shotgunz, May 12 2013 - 17:44.


zachdogg #3 Posted May 12 2013 - 17:43

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fraps is good if you want to pay
otherwise use origin

1m9j9s3 #4 Posted May 12 2013 - 17:44

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Dxtroy is the best for me

That what I use to record

petersleepy #5 Posted May 12 2013 - 17:52

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MSI afterburner has a pretty good record program with good quality, and you don't really have a download anything if you already use it for overclocking

General_Walton_H_Walker #6 Posted May 12 2013 - 18:14

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Overwolf: http://worldoftanks....soft/show/1665/

Cartoonman #7 Posted May 12 2013 - 18:18

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View PostKickass119, on May 12 2013 - 18:14, said:


Heh, i completely forgot about this.

Dissidence #8 Posted May 12 2013 - 18:56

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FRAPS is amazing and it's not that expensive. The output file is extremely high quality, but very large, so you'll also want a good converter to go AVI->MP4.

cRommels #9 Posted May 12 2013 - 19:24

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Mirillis Action is pretty good. Alot better than Fraps anyway. Compressed videos and very good performance since it supports CUDA acceleration.

Saab_Viggen #10 Posted May 12 2013 - 20:28

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I'm not a fan of overwolf, it may be 720p, but still looks pixelated or something

Garand #11 Posted May 12 2013 - 20:40

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I've been pretty happy with fraps.

Here is a link to my WoTs playlist on youtube:

http://www.youtube.c...RxiPrpaRCqsARr6

Im using MS movie maker for converting.

The first 25 videos were with an older video card (ati 4830) so its all in standard graphics converted to 720p.
Videos 26-32 were after swapping out the video card to an ati 6850.  These still max out at 720p.
Videos 33+ are using the same ati 6850 and are converted to 1080p.

V_P_V #12 Posted May 12 2013 - 20:55

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I don't like FRAPS.
I use Afterburner.

MUNKLIN #13 Posted Jun 10 2013 - 01:42

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I used Overwolf for a day, was able to hear the other people's voices in my Platoon during playback, but not mine. I messed around with the settings and it either is muted when I speak, or nothing from my mic at all.  It then stopped recording completely, and I was considering re-installing it because of its ease of use, at least before it stopped working.

Question about Bandicam:  I noticed in this program's tutorial that there is a way "How to capture the entire desktop screen of Windows." If you play the game in Fullscreen mode (which I almost always do) will it capture the entire screen as is when you are playing it?