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Help with recording gameplay
#1
I'm trying to record some dark cloud 2 game play, however, i keep running into an issue.
ill press f12, it will ask me where i want to save my video, how i want to encode it, and what i should call it.
anyway, ill select the bottom encoder (at random, i don't think it makes a difference)
and ill save it to my desktop.
ill record the game play i want to record, and then ill press f12 again
ill navigate to the desktop, the sound file will be there, but not the video file

My Plugins are;
http://imgur.com/VzjNIoc

My PC specs are;
http://imgur.com/9Na2oMK

The custom settings on my graphics settings are;
http://imgur.com/AUTZBft
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#2
edit:
now the sound doesnt work either, i get an error message
this is the caps of the options i use on the recording options and the error message
http://imgur.com/7Hdf0gt
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#3
okay, ive decided to use fraps instead, however, with fraps, i get slight stuttering on graphics, its not really affecting play, but it doesnt look good on the recording at all, what can i do to increase fps but maintain video quality? (im recording and playing at 720p)
i also occasionally get huge fps drops, my fps falls to around 45fps, this ruins both recording and gameplay, how do i fix this?
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#4
Quote:now the sound doesnt work either, i get an error message
this is the caps of the options i use on the recording options and the error message
I'd bet on a folder rights problem.
try recording to c:\dc2.wav instead of your desktop
Quote:okay, ive decided to use fraps instead, however, with fraps, i get slight stuttering on graphics, its not really affecting play, but it doesnt look good on the recording at all, what can i do to increase fps but maintain video quality? (im recording and playing at 720p)
i also occasionally get huge fps drops, my fps falls to around 45fps, this ruins both recording and gameplay, how do i fix this?
get a better PC.
your specs barely meet the recommened requirements to play this game @ 720p.
If you try to record your gameplay, you need a very good PC if you don't want framedrops, especially in 720p
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#5
(06-29-2014, 06:46 AM)jesalvein Wrote: get a better PC.
your specs barely meet the recommened requirements to play this game @ 720p.
If you try to record your gameplay, you need a very good PC if you don't want framedrops, especially in 720p

He's got a GTX 650 so he might be able to get away with using Nvidia ShadowPlay. It supports desktop capture now, so it should work fine with PCSX2.

It's not video editor-friendly though due to its recordings having a variable framerate.
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(06-29-2014, 07:09 AM)Phazon Wrote: He's got a GTX 650 so he might be able to get away with using Nvidia ShadowPlay. It supports desktop capture now, so it should work fine with PCSX2.

It's not video editor-friendly though due to its recordings having a variable framerate.

yeah, shadowplay will work fine. I would use MSI afterburner though.
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#7
Don't know if you tried that yet but to completely exit pcsx2s recording mode,you have to press F12 twice,not once.
You'll get a notice in the console that the recording was ended.
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