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Some recording software to record TMP games [GUIDE]


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Hello,everyone!

Have you had a wonderful moment and couldn't record it?

Do you want to report someone online, but you can't record their behavior?

 

catalog:

#1  OBS Studio (Need better computer configuration)

#2  Radeon Software (Need "AMD" graphics card, if it is "Nvidia" graphics card, please go to #3)

#3  Geforce Experience (Need "Nvidia" graphics card, if it is "AMD" graphics card, please go to #2)

#4  Bandicam (Need to buy members)

#5  Overwolf (Need better computer configuration)

 

 

#1  The FIrst Video recording software: OBS Studio

If you open it, it looks like this

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Recommendation:80%

Reasons for recommending and not recommending: Its recording function is very complete, the picture quality is very powerful, the only deficiency is that it requires the user's computer configuration is very high!

Requirement:Better computer configuration.

OBS Studio official website

 

#2  The Second Video recording software: Radeon Software

If you open it, it looks like this

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Recommendation:50%

Reasons for recommending and not recommending:It is only applicable to the recording of games, not for software recording, before you have it, you need to have an "AMD" graphics card.

Requirement:"AMD" graphics card.

Radeon Software official website

 

#3  The Third Video recording software: GEFORCE® EXPERIENCE

If you open it, it looks like this

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Recommendation:60%

Reasons for recommending and not recommending:Compared with "Radon Software", the function of "GEFORCE EXPERIENCE" is very powerful. It can record your games, your software, and even take screenshots of your interface!

Requirement:"NVIDIA" graphics card.

Geforce Experience official website

 

#4  The Fourth Video recording software: Bandicam

If you open it, it looks like this

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Recommendation:80%

Reasons for recommending and not recommending:Compared with OBS, Bandicam is undoubtedly a video recording software with complete functions, clear image quality and less system memory! But you need to buy it. If you have enough money, I recommend you use it!

Requirement:Need money to buy members.

Bandicam official website

 

#5  The Fifth Video recording software: Overwolf

If you open it, it looks like this

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Recommendation:70%

Recommender:JamesS014

Reasons for recommending and not recommending:This video recording software is James recommended to me, and then I downloaded it and used it. This software has a very good picture effect in recording, but it has the same disadvantage as OBS, which requires higher computer configuration.However, it's enough to record your TMP game!

Requirement:Better computer configuration.

Overwolf official website

 

 

 

If you want to report a user, you can upload the video to Youtube.

You can refer to this post in the forum!

 

 

If you need to report on the official website, please format the video as .MP4 or .AVI.

 

I'm also looking for quality video software.

 

If you have a better video recording software recommendation, you can comment below!

 

 

 

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Honestly saying that OBS requires a good computer spec is a bit misleading. If you have an Nvidia card, NVENC encoding should be supported starting at the GTX 650 and for AMD, VCE should be supported starting at the Radeon HD 7700 line. Not to mention if you have an Intel CPU starting at the 4000 series, QuickSync should also be available. And of course with a bit of tweaking, you can still get decent results from regular H.264 encoding (I was doing 720p 30FPS 2500Kbps on an i5 3570 just fine for a long time).

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13 hours ago, flibberdipper said:

Honestly saying that OBS requires a good computer spec is a bit misleading. If you have an Nvidia card, NVENC encoding should be supported starting at the GTX 650 and for AMD, VCE should be supported starting at the Radeon HD 7700 line. Not to mention if you have an Intel CPU starting at the 4000 series, QuickSync should also be available. And of course with a bit of tweaking, you can still get decent results from regular H.264 encoding (I was doing 720p 30FPS 2500Kbps on an i5 3570 just fine for a long time).

Yes,But this will overload your CPU,causing games or software to be stuck.And it's also related to hardware like graphics cards.So I don't recommend low configuration users

 

Thank you,Sincerely,

Tony

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On 10/23/2020 at 11:53 PM, Tony Paul_ said:

Yes,But this will overload your CPU,causing games or software to be stuck.And it's also related to hardware like graphics cards.So I don't recommend low configuration users

 

Thank you,Sincerely,

Tony

Not necessarily true for something like ETS2/ATS. The 3570 isn't particularly good to begin with and it was able to cope just fine. People with even worse configs could lower the resolution a bit more to something like 960x540, bring the bitrate down to around 1000Kbps, change the usage preset to ultrafast, bring the framerate down to 20, manually limit OBS' CPU usage... The options are fairly limitless if you have the slightest clue of what you're doing.

 

I've personally done CPU encoding entirely on a Q6600 (which is a little under half as fast as the 3570) while playing an emulated GameCube game in Dolphin (which is a tougher load than just ETS2), and it did perfectly fine since I adjusted settings accordingly.

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Personally, I find Medal very convenient.

 

I've got it set to save the last 60 seconds of gameplay when I press a hotkey (Insert in my case) and then it automatically uploads to the web once I close the game.

Using any clipping software uses less disk space and is more convenient, but then the issue is you don't have a full record of everything, only the things you noticed.

 

Regards,

Quality_Productions

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