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oh, I'm sorry, it's just when I saw this...

IppE602 wrote:

And when x264 (or MeGUI if you don't want to mess with command lines) is free there is no excuse to use XviD.
...I thought you were referring to how DivX was not free, thus pointless when there are free alternatives, etc
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About the Fraps+Sony Vegas method.
I recorded a 1:40 video of me playing a beatmap.
When I finished rendering with the settings on the first page, it was a 236mb file.
Anyone know how to lower the size so it would be easier for Youtube to upload?
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I've been having a ton of random slowdown issues with my Fraps lately.

I can't seem to record anything now without the framerate dropping to like 6-8 fps at some points and screwing up the video.

At first I thought it was just that there were too many circles on the screen (I was recording streamy videos) but I did a video of JtB in the past and it went flawlessly on the first try so I don't think that's the problem.

I've tried closing everything else I have running, turning off all the graphical bonus things in osu, reducing resolution, and limiting framerate even below 30 to see if that solves anything but still nothing.

Maybe I just have to wait til I get a new computer that can handle it better. :/
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For sound recording, make sure there's some recording volume, for me it was turned to zero by default. but do not turn the knob to max cause it very possibly causes distortion in sound and that sounds horrible. also stereo mix can be found on your sound driver manager. For me it's realtek and it really likes to make this distortion sound if recording is too high. Also i have to have sound settings on fraps on "Use Windows input".
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I only have the free version of fraps. Is this only for people who have the full version? D;
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You should still be able to record videos through this method, but I think you'll just have a time limitation in recording and an ugly watermark (I think?). I don't know, I don't use Fraps. XD
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You can also do the same recording with xfire and still use my virtualdub tutorial. :) (or just get the full version of fraps, it isn't hard to get.)
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So what exactly is a good filesize for youtube, or what are the sizes of your videos after you guys are done with everything?
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IIRC, I mostly ended up w/ mpegs less than 400MB or so.
I'm pretty sure you can get that filesize lower with a different container, but I have a hi-speed internet connection, so I don't bother.
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Remco32 wrote:

IIRC, I mostly ended up w/ mpegs less than 400MB or so.
I'm pretty sure you can get that filesize lower with a different container, but I have a hi-speed internet connection, so I don't bother.
What he said, I get about the same size :) sometimes around 100mb if I'm lucky, it depends on the beat map and stuff.
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Meh, I use x264 encoding to get the filesize down to around 20mb, since I don't have a high speed connection.
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Very nice tutorial. I was wondering how to do this, and then stumbled upon this, so thanks!

Quick question: Let's say your computer can't handle both a full-size recording and 60 fps through FRAPS without stuttering and lag in the video.
Which option would sacrifice less quality: half-size with 60 fps or full-size w/ 30 fps?

Thanks.
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rad140 wrote:

Very nice tutorial. I was wondering how to do this, and then stumbled upon this, so thanks!

Quick question: Let's say your computer can't handle both a full-size recording and 60 fps through FRAPS without stuttering and lag in the video.
Which option would sacrifice less quality: half-size with 60 fps or full-size w/ 30 fps?

Thanks.
Fullsize 30 fps.
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Very useful, but the sound won't show up >:(
Any hints? My sound manager is Realtek HD Audio Manager.

EDIT: After months I finally know how to do it, unmute the audio recording.
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Because I don't have Fraps nor Sony Vegas, I made a video in Xfire. However, the music desyncs after a minute of recording. Why? Are my settings wrong somewhere?

I'm recording with 30fps, Half Size of 1280x960 = 640x480.

Audio: Vista Audio, Vista Audio Mixer.
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JInxyjem wrote:

Because I don't have Fraps nor Sony Vegas, I made a video in Xfire. However, the music desyncs after a minute of recording. Why? Are my settings wrong somewhere?

I'm recording with 30fps, Half Size of 1280x960 = 640x480.

Audio: Vista Audio, Vista Audio Mixer.
Sorry, but its because xfire always desyncs, or most of the time anyway.
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Easier way:

Run fraps, record the video.

Download VirtualDubMod
Open it, drag the video into the VirtualDubMod window.
Go to Video -> Compression -> Choose "XVid MPEG4 Codec", then press 'Configure', set Target Quantizer to about '6.81', press OK.

Go to File -> Save As..., name your video yourvideoname.avi and save it.



Also Codecs



why did I write this, it was already in a thread. I need to use search = =
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Natteke desu wrote:

Easier way:

Run fraps, record the video.

Download VirtualDubMod
Open it, drag the video into the VirtualDubMod window.
Go to Video -> Compression -> Choose "XVid MPEG4 Codec", then press 'Configure', set Target Quantizer to about '6.81', press OK.

Go to File -> Save As..., name your video yourvideoname.avi and save it.



Also Codecs



why did I write this, it was already in a thread. I need to use search = =
hehehehe :P
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