I’ve noticed a lot of people have been asking questions about their current method of in-game recording, over some time of course. I’ve also noticed that those who use fraps tend to have, “www.fraps.com” Written on the video they took. Gamecam does the same thing, it leaves it’s name on the video you recorded. I’ve used fraps, and gamecam, and oh god even hycam. The best I’ve run across is Xfire. What made me even more proud in my choice of in-game recording was tonight when I went into Barnes & Noble and picked up SmartComputing Magazine and found and article about Xfire in it. I had no idea that it had all these features listed in the article that Xfire has. So, the point of this thread is not to advertise, but to inform others about this awesome program that is in-fact free.
He’s wikipedia’s definition:
Here’s a list of features it has:
*Screenshots and videos (customizable)
*Clan and guild system
*Live Video (Broadcasting)
*In-Game Web Browsing
It even has Machinima contests and game tournaments.
You can customize skins and put in several plugins. (Music and such, see wikipedia and http://www.xfire.com/ for more info)
Here’s Xfire’s website
And here’s its wikipedia page.
And it even has a Mac version, for all your optimized, advanced, Mac Gaming needs :smug:
Again, I’m not advertising, it’s free, this is more of a heads up sort of deal.
Oh, and it has over 14 million registered users.