It is, however, better than Bandicam. I also like to point out that xsplit free users can only stream at a framerate of 25, so you want to change it to 25 in both xsplit and dxtory. If your version of windows doesn't have Windows Media Player download it and install it. I have two different audio streams setup, one for speakers and one for the microphone. This scaling can be percent based or you can set the output file size resolution. Next, where are you recording to? Read the tutorial to find out how.
The drive is now added and recorded footage will now save to the selected folder path. The audio format will be displayed. I never knew you can change audio tracks, I thought it works just like fraps which I used before. Ok that is much more understandable. Make sure there's no conflict of rights.
Step 4: Clipping Clipping allows you to crop your recording area. Otherwise, the slowed down footage will appear laggy and low-quality. Maybe try it with nvidia encoder obviously and see if it works for you? The write size is automatically filled in and designates the size of your hard drive. Again, another most common issue of Dxtory I've noticed. In the movie tab, make sure that your frame rate is at 30 fps and scale your size to a lower resolution.
Make multiple selection of the folder which saves data, and preparation will be completed if speed setting is done. Thanks for the tip, I'll try it out when I get home tomorrow!! Some people have reported that recording the mouse cursor causes their game to lag, but it should not cause any issues. Yes I do have a second audio stream set up for microphone, but I hear only in game audio Microphone starts recording only if I turn off in game audio stream. The stuff I have had to do and have done to get my channel and videos off the ground is enough to put you off haha! I think I covered all my bases. I figured it was the game itself, so I tried out a few others. Also just a thought - if you're recording a very high bitrate which I believe dxtory tends to you're probably nearly maxing out your Hard drive. Big thanks guys Also thanks robiepx for the help with my first question, installing lagarith indeed helped and my videos are no longer laggy when I play them.
This acts like vsync but it syncs to the recording. Dxtory incompatibility with older games means I'm getting 48-54fps at little moments and that bugs me because not recording I get above 60fps with lowest at 60-61fps. Any help will be much appreciated. Just forget the whole thing, as it's not really relevant! Now Dxtory will not lock on to that application anymore and the lag should subside. Now before we continue, I would like to point out that the resolution I've chosen is extremely high for streaming and that most computers will not be able to handle this, you most likely want to turn the resolution down, to 1280x720 for example or even lower depending on how powerful your processor is - make sure you do this in both dxtory and xsplit - as we want to keep the resolution the same everywhere. Required hardware At a bare minimum, you should always record with two hard drives: one to run your game off of and the other to store the recorded footage. I've also not found a thing or solution on the web that would help even a bit.
Try again or see other logs. That's what I'm confused about in your example. If I stop recording, it goes back up to the 95 average. All I would try is checking all drivers and what resolution you're pushing in the game. You should first try restarting Dxtory. Repeat this process to add any remaining hard drives Choosing a hard drive Now that all hard drives are added, we can now test the write speed of each drive to determine the optimal hard drive to save footage.
I have Windows 7 Pro, so not that version. My cpu has 6 cores 12 threads and is overclocked to 4. Step 2: Choosing an audio format When you add an audio device, you can change the audio codec as well as the audio format. They are set at 128kbps Stereo Nothing is being picked up on the microphone though. This means that you can have different recording settings for each one of your games. When I recorded Cities: Skylines, that framerate should've been a solid 30 since I had v-sync on - instead it jumped between 28-30, instead of staying at 30. I have a new problem now that I can't figure out why dxtory is not recording my voice.
I run at compatibility mode which increases fps further. We will modify the Default profile because new profiles will automatically use the Default profile settings. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Cities Skylines doesn't have a framerate maximum. For easy conversion, go to google.