pc Best gaming record software

Bowie

pro high
Sep 23, 2020
46
5
3
USA
I am starting my new gaming YouTube channel. I need a software which can record my game play without dropping the FPS. Any recommend ?
 

Saint

pro high
Sep 23, 2020
46
2
3
Lahore
Windows 10 has their own build-in record feature. Just press ALT+G to start recording, no need to download any software Chill
 

Bowie

pro high
Sep 23, 2020
46
5
3
USA
Windows 10 has their own build-in record feature. Just press ALT+G to start recording, no need to download any software Chill
Sad to say i don't use Windows 10. I have windows 8 and i don't think there's any feature on it, that's why i am asking for the software
 

Saint

pro high
Sep 23, 2020
46
2
3
Lahore
Sad to say i don't use Windows 10. I have windows 8 and i don't think there's any feature on it, that's why i am asking for the software
Really?, C'mon its just an out dated Windows better to move on Windows 10. Anyways if you want to record or stream the video i recommend you to use Shadow play. and for live stream OBS would better
 

Bowie

pro high
Sep 23, 2020
46
5
3
USA
Really?, C'mon its just an out dated Windows better to move on Windows 10. Anyways if you want to record or stream the video i recommend you to use Shadow play. and for live stream OBS would better
Hy Thanks for the good advice. I am not sure about the live stream since i don't have a good CPU. I will Shadowplay only for record thanks
 

Kylo

the king
Sep 23, 2020
118
10
43
usa
For your kind information, These videos may contain high size. If you're recording in high quality then you have to care about the size too.
 

Penny

medium n00b
Sep 7, 2020
11
5
3
I am using XSplit Broadcaster. You can get 12 month license for $59.95 or lifetime for a $199, but you gonna have all their premium apps.

 
Oct 23, 2020
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Poole
I use Bandicam. If you decide to use the free version, there will be a watermark in your videos and the recording is limited to 10 minutes. The lifetime license which removes these limits costs $39.95
 

Penny

medium n00b
Sep 7, 2020
11
5
3
I use Bandicam. If you decide to use the free version, there will be a watermark in your videos and the recording is limited to 10 minutes. The lifetime license which removes these limits costs $39.95
How is the quality? Bandicam vs XSplit Broadcaster
 

Justinyc

pro high
Sep 5, 2020
30
15
33
I'm using Bandicam too, and can't complain. So far so good for now. Also the license is not that much expensive.
 

Agile

the king
Oct 11, 2020
132
17
33
UK
Have you tried Elgato 60? It is the best for recording. But you need to have good hardware if you wish to avoid losing FPS. If your hardware is weak, you may loose like 30% FPS. But Elgato is still good, you videos will still be sharp.
 

Brent

mob
Sep 7, 2020
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16
23
OBS Studio is a good option as well. And it allows you to set up overlays, graphics, alerts and all kinds of stuff. You can use it to stream to pretty much every platform out there.
 

Gianna

medium n00b
Sep 6, 2020
13
3
13
I am with XSplit, and so far so good, and for the video editing, I am using iMovie, simple, and easy to use.
 

Nova

the king
Nov 26, 2020
150
3
33
Salisbury
I make use of the camtasia for 1 hour of gameplay. There is also OBS which is easy to use and also you can use it for record and streaming the game to the twitch and the YouTube. You can also make use of the Microsoft's gamebar. You can make use of the recording feature which would definitely help you with the game streaming and playback export as well.
 

Terrence

the king
Nov 25, 2020
138
4
33
usa
I use Fraps software to record my games. But i use handbrake too for shrink its size, since fraps records in high fps and resolution which increase the videos size in GBs. OBS studio is another good software for recording and live stream but i prefer fraps more
 

Hermino

the king
Jun 28, 2021
125
1
33
UAE
I use Bandicam for good graphics with low space videos. Don't go with Fraps it eats your space like hell and usage of rams.