Date Added:Jun. 27, 2006
Price:Free to try (60-second recordings with watermark); $39.00 to buy
Downloads Last Week:1
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Reply by COOLjesus on July 17, 2011
licence name is needed not just the code
Free.... and uhhhhhhh.... free...
60 sec recordeing. Had mager issues recordeing full screen games (EX: Warcraft III)
I wouldnt recomend this product, If you want a good recorder you should check out the test verson of Hypercam 3. Great program and all you have to deal with is a small banner saying hypercam 3 up in the top corner.
It Records Better Than Fraps And Takeing Pictures Are Great!
When I Finish Recording And I View The Video,The Video Is Just Full Green
Good For Taking Pictures
many options to choose from.
doesn't work on non DirectX or OpenGL game which i need the most.
its relli easy to use
alot of options so u can do wat ever u want
u cant use it with sum games
I like that This program has quick easy to use setup and good tools. over all if you just want to re-watch gameplay or somthing, i like it.
I hate the clarity of it, i realize that its free, but come on we could use so higher quality programming here.
It's a very small file, so it took me less than a minute to download (with cable), and it installed just as quickly. In fact, I had it running within a few minutes of finding this page. It's also relatively easy to use... you just need to set up a few options (such as: where the video will be saved, the resolution of the video, and the hotkey that starts/stops recording). Then you simply press the hotkey in-game to start recording, and it saves the file automatically when the recording stops. The video quality is also decent (or at least as good as can be expected from a free program), and you can choose between different file types (AVI, WMA).
Unfortunately, the program can only record 60-second videos. However, this seems to be the norm for free game recorders, so you might not find anything better. A small watermark will also be placed in the top-left corner of the video, but it's not very intrusive and won't get in the way of anything. There are also some other problems that I experienced which might not affect all games or computers. For example, when recording in F.E.A.R., the program only recorded at the game's default brightness (which is actually very dark) even though I had the brightness cranked up during recording. In other words, what you see might not be exactly what you get. Also, for some reason I was unable to play the files in Windows Media Player (there was audio but no video). Fortunately, the files played properly in Winamp, so this was not a major problem.
-It records quite well, and you can modify record options
1. Althought this program is said to be able to register full screen, it doesn't start when I try to start in full screen and the recording STOPS when I'm trying to switch to full screen...
2. Only 1 minute recording, I would need at least 5 to 10...
There is no complicated setting up of profiles like Game Cam has - no fiddly "select a window" nonsense like Hypercam... it actually WORKS with a few games like Ragnarok Online unlike Fraps. Gets BOTH my thumbs and a big cheer!
None that I could find so far except I havent been able to figure out how to use a custom video codec (or even if thats possible or not) so far (in the 10 minutes I have had it installed)
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|Publisher web site||http://www.zdsoft.com/|
|Release Date||June 27, 2006|
|Date Added||June 27, 2006|
|Subcategory||Games Utilities & Editors|
|Operating Systems||Windows 2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 2000/XP, Intel Pentium III 1.0 GHz or faster compatible CPU|
|Downloads Last Week||1|
|License Model||Free to try|
|Limitations||60-second recordings with watermark|