I need help, I play Battlefield 3 a lot and I want to record in game video, with Battlefield 2 I used GamerOsd but GamerOsd with Battlefield 3 its just too hard for my CPU, same as Fraps.
Is there a way to capture in game video with a hardware devise or something? something that is not slowing down my pc?
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I have a HTPC exclusive to play emulators and record my games from my Default PC.
My HTPC is C2D E6600 + AverTv HD + 4GB ram + Windows 7 Professional 64bits. Very nice records a 720p@60fps, no delay, no lag, none.
Make a HTPC and never get problem to record any PC games.
Thanks for your comment, only i dont fully understand your anser, a HTPC is a verry small pc right?
You use the second video output of your main pc and link it too the video-in port on your graphic card from your HTPC?
PC1(DSKTP) output ATI 6850 crossfire via HDMI(Primary monitor) to AVERTV HD DVR (low profile) on PC2 (HTPC).
Record using AVERMEDIA (MPEG2 30.000 btr) or VIRTUALDUB or AMARECTV (UT Video Codec)