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Video recording problem
#1
Hello Community its me again xD

I have finally managed to get PCSX2 to run,
with the FPS limiter i have constant 50fps in game and without it i have 80fps
BUT when i will make a Video with fraps i have only 20fps-30fps,
with Dxtory its the same.

How can i fix this problem?
And what is with the own Video recording from PCSX2 (F12)
How work this function and why become i only Music recording and no Video?

Thx for your help Smile

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#2
(03-17-2014, 09:49 PM)Lucifer259 Wrote: Hello Community its me again xD

I have finally managed to get PCSX2 to run,
with the FPS limiter i have constant 50fps in game and without it i have 80fps
BUT when i will make a Video with fraps i have only 20fps-30fps,
with Dxtory its the same.
Pcsx2 is demanding, recording video is demanding too.
If you add both, that will make your machine struggle.
Quote:How can i fix this problem?
by getting a better machine.
Quote:And what is with the own Video recording from PCSX2 (F12)
How work this function and why become i only Music recording and no Video?

Thx for your help Smile
No sure i understood what you mean. Can you rephrase it in proper english, please ?
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#3
I think the answer to the question is:

When you record with F12, the audio and video files are recorded separately. In order to get them back together, you need to mux them.
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#4
(03-17-2014, 11:51 PM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: I think the answer to the question is:

When you record with F12, the audio and video files are recorded separately. In order to get them back together, you need to mux them.

I use VirtualDub to do that since it can be done very easily, and it's free Biggrin
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#5
(03-17-2014, 10:39 PM)jesalvein Wrote: Pcsx2 is demanding, recording video is demanding too.
If you add both, that will make your machine struggle.
by getting a better machine.
No sure i understood what you mean. Can you rephrase it in proper english, please ?

Your answers does not help.

(03-17-2014, 11:51 PM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: I think the answer to the question is:

When you record with F12, the audio and video files are recorded separately. In order to get them back together, you need to mux them.

Thats correct, that is what i mean ^^

(03-18-2014, 05:18 PM)nintendo85 Wrote: I use VirtualDub to do that since it can be done very easily, and it's free Biggrin

I can open the dokument with this programm but the problem is the same, no good fps when i playing ^^'
#6
(03-18-2014, 06:16 PM)Lucifer259 Wrote: Your answers does not help.
if you can't understand what I said, sorry for you.
Quote:can open the dokument with this programm but the problem is the same, no good fps when i playing ^^'
wow, what a surprise Laugh
useless thread, anyways.
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