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Texture filtering, returning to native-like texture resolution while recording
#1
Heys guys,

I've noticed that whenever I want to record my gameplay with the use of Fraps or Bandicam the emulator immediately drops every bit of filtering. So 3x texture resolution returns to native-like ones and every form of AF is just removed.

I haven't found any solution to this so I was hoping if you guys could help me out..

I'm using the 1.0.0. version. And the r5350 build. Smile
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#2
PCSX2 has an internal video recorder that is activated by F12.
It's all in the "Hacks subsection" in the config guide.
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#3
Worth noting that Fraps and GSDX software mode is bound onto the same key (F9) so you will want to check if that is the problem.
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#4
What Ge-Force said is apparently your problem Wink Also that is not texture filtering, that is a higher internal resolution, so the game is rendered at a higher resolution making it look sharper and clearer
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#5
Oh christ, if I'd known that.. That's the problem alright, the F9 is also bound for 'Record' option in Fraps. Well, that explains a lot.

I've tried using the internal recorder but I can't seem to get it to work properly; since I, for the life of me, can't find a proper codec for it. With one I got a .wav recording only, the other gives me a black/white off-center recording.. and so fort.

But, still: Thanks for clearing it out for me! Smile
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#6
Same here. I just thought I would mention it...
AMD Phenom II X4 975 BE OC 4.0 GHz, Corsair Hydro H70
AMD Radeon HD 6990 OC, Accelero Twin Turbo
ASUS Crosshair V Formula 990FX
OCZ Revodrive 3 X2 240 Gb
16 Gb G.Skill 1833 MHz

23 PS2's
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#7
Here's a great free codec for the internal recorder: http://sourceforge.net/projects/x264vfw/
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#8
I seem to have problems with it too. I don't seem to be able to record footage at 1920x1080p @60fps whatever codec I use. The game gets recorded at a faulse framerate. It's really confusing because it doesn't feel like it's a PCSX2 fault nor my PC's fault. Like the encoder fails to sync with PCSX2's framerate, like it encodes all frames but save s the stream instead of 60fps in 25fps so it shows the video at slower framerate and feels like a slowmotion. And no this is not the common effect of a PC being too weak to decode realtime the video, I checked the info of the files created and it says wrong framerates varying from 24-30fps.
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#9
Working fine here at 1920x1080. My settings:
   
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