Best Gameplay Recording Software

Discussion in 'Broadcaster' started by WanRidhwan, Oct 5, 2017.

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  1. WanRidhwan

    WanRidhwan New Member

    Hi guys!! What is the best software for record gameplay that didn't cost much on performance? I'd tried OBS but around 5-10% performance loss. Is there any better software you guys can suggest? Thanks for sharing :D
     
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  2. mo-iro

    mo-iro Active Member

    Without much loss and kepping a good quality on what was recorded, the nvidia shadowplay (that don't have this name anymore) is the best thing I tried until now
     
  3. No_GT31

    No_GT31 Well-Known Member

    I'm following you on Shadowplay, plus its cool to be able to record the lasts 5-20 minutes!
    But the recording quality is a bit decreased.

    For an optimal record quality, there is FRAPS, but be sure to have enough disk space! 'cause it is not re-encoded like Shadowplay!
     
  4. _H0PE_

    _H0PE_ New Member

    OBS is the best one hands down.
    Awesome quality, lowest perf. impact.
    So shold check forum to get help tweaking it.
     
  5. The best one in my opinion is Open Broadcaster Software. It is really easy and efficient to use.
    Key Features: Free, Open Source, Simple Interface and Light application.

    Price: Free

    Compatibility: Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10, Version for Mac OS X and Linux is in the pipeline.

    If you need more choice then perhaps this guide might help you out.

    https://www.techwhoop.com/best-game-recording-software/
     
  6. PyGuy

    PyGuy New Member

    Definitely OBS for me, since it can be configured to use the same tech that Shadowplay uses (NVENC). It also has a stupidly flexible interface.
     
  7. Y
    Yes, it's necessary to configure it properly in order to work.
     
  8. PyGuy

    PyGuy New Member

    Later versions of OBS Studio include a auto-configure wizard for the technical stuff like figuring out bitrates and framerates that play ball with your internet connection. The rest is just having fun making your stream, etc look pretty :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye_:
     
  9. ShinSatori

    ShinSatori New Member

    I'm personally using OBS - Really easy to setup and free. Very intuitive, also plenty tutorials on YouTube.
     
  10. bvcxiuy

    bvcxiuy New Member

    Like everybody else is saying, OBS.
     
  11. TheMisterCasual

    TheMisterCasual Active Member

    Try out Bebo it uses less CPU than both OBS and Xsplit it is in development however it has lots of features.Its a lot cleaner looking and also scenes are saved onto your account so if you use a different PC you don't have to set it up again. I am one of Bebo's Alpha Partner so have been using it for a while now and absolutely love it. Hoped this helped
     
  12. Nvidia Shadowplay, works like a charm while streaming in Overwatch
     
  13. TheMisterCasual

    TheMisterCasual Active Member

    Nvidia Shadowplay is really restrictive in my opinion I used to use back when I started streaming and its really annoying to use an overlay with you can use things like streamlabs alerts for donations and things I've literally tried OBS Xsplit and Shadowplay and I think Bebo is better than all of them I'm not just saying it because I'm an Alpha Partner for them I genuinely think Bebo is a great software and has a lot of potential. Also it allows me stream a lot of games on an AMD FX CPU which is awesome :)
     
  14. GSSGaming

    GSSGaming Well-Known Member

    I loved Shadowplay while I had a Nvidia card. Sure you can get better software, but honestly, Shadowplay is great.
    AMD Relive is also a competent software. I love having an overlay on my software so I can change things in a game.

    Both options are light on recourses which is a big consideration for me.
     
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