Improve your game recordings

Improve your game recordings

How can I improve my game recordings?

Here are a few tips to get a better game recording:

Record the game in Windowed-Mode, If the game you're running is full-screen, you can usually switch to windowed-mode by pressing ALT ENTER together.

To reduce lag, try keeping the recording resolution to 1280 x 720 (720p) or lower. 

Sometimes playback in the recorder can appear to lag, so save your video to an .mp4 file and see if it plays back more smoothly.

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