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best codecs and settings for recording
#21
That's is because of your CPU, not your GPU.
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#22
let me try bandicam....
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#23
If you don't set it to use the GPU codec it will do the same thing.

But recording in 4k is prolly gonna kill your FPS to some degree anyway.
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#24
well Bandicam doesn't support 4k (roughly 3840)

Plan B?
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#25
Bandicam does support 4k, but it doesn't support recording at resolutions greater than your monitor. Nor does FRAPS, or any other solution except the internal recorder itself. Which as you've seen will kill your FPS.

So your options are [email protected] resolution, or record at 3 FPS I guess.
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#26
oh wait, i can't get constant 60FPS on regular recorders. scratch that, seriously no GPU Intensive codecs around ?
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#27
Intensive means that it WILL slow your FPS down.

So you want a non intensive codec. And I gave them to you. But you should be able to record 1080p at least in PCSX2 with bandicam at full speed. I can. What are your specs?
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#28
i'm more than happy to place pressure on my barely used GPU than my CPU.
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#29
If you set one of the setttings I told you (AMD APP, Nvidia NVENC, Intel Quicksync) then that's what you did.

If you didn't, then bandicam was using the CPU still.
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#30
can't i use these respective codecs in the internal recorder?
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