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how can I record with fraps?
#1
I've got the full version of Fraps but when I try to record a video, pscx2 goes too slooow. I tried many diferents configs but I cant make it work. what should I do?
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#2
A very common experience. What are your specs? There's a good chance the only thing you could do is to buy a better computer (CPU).
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#3
Always save the video on a different hard-drive than the one the ps2 iso is on. It'll give you a huge frame boost. If its still too slow, I suggest using the built-in recorder by pressing F12. It might make everything really slow, but it'll record videos that'll play at full 60FPS
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I added my CPU VC and MB to my signature
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#5
Yeah, I would try saving it onto another HDD that's not the same as the HDD your ps2 iso is on.
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#6
I'll buy a 1 terabyte HD and set it to keep my movies and screenshots
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(12-04-2010, 06:02 PM)andres_ak47 Wrote: I've got the full version of Fraps but when I try to record a video, pscx2 goes too slooow. I tried many diferents configs but I cant make it work. what should I do?

you dont it records with you.....
but really though pcsx2 has a built in recorder and this has been said before in a pretty detailed manner if you search it on here
(12-05-2010, 11:57 PM)andres_ak47 Wrote: I'll buy a 1 terabyte HD and set it to keep my movies and screenshots

also for the best speeds try getting a fast hdd like 1000rpms or an ssd

but really who has the money for a 250gb ssd when your likely too buy a bigger one when it comes out lol
(12-05-2010, 11:57 PM)andres_ak47 Wrote: I'll buy a 1 terabyte HD and set it to keep my movies and screenshots

also for the best speeds try getting a fast hdd like 1000rpms or an ssd

but really who has the money for a 250gb ssd when your likely too buy a bigger one when it comes out lol
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#8
Using the built in recorder is better; you can get 30-60FPS (depending on what the games internal framerate is) by using F12. Not to mention you can choose divX or Xvid for compression. Heck, you can even record with an internal resolution of 1920x1080. The only issue is that it is EXTREMELY demanding.
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#9
using the DWM option on Fraps, and start recording while in the desktop, then start PCSX2 and load state. I was able to record with no problems. I ll upload something on youtube later.
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#10
thanks
it is really useful Smile
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