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Should I be recording using PCSX2's hidden video recorder feature?
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Okay, so i'm recording A few videos of 60FPS patched Kingdom Hearts II, about A few days ago, I Recorded A glitch I found in game, this is the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyMb1eVesEU
This is the original 60FPS recording of the video: http://www.mediafire.com/watch/0e4glnais5201i5/uhh.avi
My main problem with recording in PCSX2 is how hard it actually is to be happy about the recording.
I Don't know how to get it to record sound, and the file size is GIGANTIC, I Actually can't upload videos to my Tumblr because of it.
I Want to have sound in my videos while the video itself isn't hundreds of megabytes in size, yet I don't wanna freeze up the game trying to record it, how can I do so?
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#2
It does record sound, it's just in a separate file. You have to mux them together.

I use FRAPS to record, it uses a lot less resources and you don't have to worry about muxing the file. The free version only records 30 seconds though, and it's not cheap.

I have heard that bandicam is good. The free version of it will record 10 minutes but has a small watermark on the video.
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#3
Where can I find the sound file at? I Don't see it in my PCSX2-related folders.
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#4
You could also try using MSI Afterburner for video capture.
The audio file should be found right with the video file.
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Either with the video file, or in the PCSX2 root folder.
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Isn't MSI Afterburner A GPU Overclocking software program? I Don't know, it might have A video capture feature like you said.
Should it be easy to get that audio file?
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(01-02-2014, 07:03 AM)Zack-silvia Wrote: Isn't MSI Afterburner A GPU Overclocking software program? I Don't know, it might have A video capture feature like you said.
Should it be easy to get that audio file?

I used MSI Afterburner to capture some gameplay on my laptop.
Getting the audio file should be easy yes.
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Oh, Okay, I Guess MSI Afterburner can capture video.
Oh, it's easy? Okay, Thanks.
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#9
I'm also going to try Afterburner..
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MSI Afterburner is so far the best option for lag-less recording, but I can't get it to detect PCSX2.
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