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Registered: 08.11.2015
08.11.15 07:39:33
What are the best settings to screen record gamming (ez Tanki, minecraft etc) without lag


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Registered: 03.07.2008
10.11.15 08:38:37
To: Tech45

Dear Sim,

Please try not to use the full screen mode and record to AVI or FLV output.

Then the video is recorded, please produce video selecting the input file parameters like frame rate, frame size and bitrate for the output by clicking on the Advanced button after selecting the format. To check the input file parameters right click on the video in media library - choose Properties.

Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance to you.

Kind regards .
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Registered: 01.01.0001
19.08.18 17:37:41
To: Tech45

Step 1. First of all you need to select an area to record. Click one of the available buttons
Step 2. Click the Start Capture button. When you capture the screen within the selected area or window, this button will be divided into Pause and Stop buttons which help you interrupt or stop the recording process.

Step 3. Use the Snapshot button to capture a specific moment and save it as an image file in PNG, JPEG or BMP format.

Step 4. Draw lines, shapes and arrows of different colors and thickness pointing to a particular part of the screen with the Drawing Tools.

Step 5. Stop capturing your desktop using one of the following options:

clicking the Stop button;
using Hotkey combinations;
clicking the program icon on the System Tray.
Once you stop capturing the video will be automatically loaded to the AVS Screen Capture Viewer. So you'll be able to watch and save it if you got what you need or delete it if the result doesn't suit you.

Move and Resize the Recording Area
When you select a recording area clicking the Selected Area button you can change its dimension and location.

Move the Recording Area
To move the selected area, place the mouse cursor to the central icon Central Icon of the area and drag it to a new location on the screen.
Resize the Recording Area
To resize the selected area, place the mouse cursor to one of green lines (it will turn to a bi-directional arrow) and drag it until the desired dimension is achieved.
The recording area width is displayed next to the top boundary of the selection, the height next to the left boundary. You can also see the coordinates of the left top corner point of the selection. All the values are mesured in pixels.
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