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Question by haphazard_artist: What is the best movie making/recording program to use for game play?
I have Windows XP (SP3).

My WMM isn’t that good, it’s pretty old too.

Something that can make them into HQ.

Lists, Links, anything are welcome. Thank you!
For systems too, not just PC games.

Best answer:

Answer by ☠ ◄ÐΣņĤ►
Fraps for recording and Video Spin for editing

VirtualDub is more advanced but alot of people like it including me

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  1. Hello;

    CamStudio might be what you want for a screen recorder:

    For editing there are a lot of choices I use Nero quite a bit (but it isn’t the free version).

    Best of luck,


  2. Sony Vegas Pro 9.0 is what I, personally use. It’s very nice.
    If you’re just wanting to make gameplay commentaries, then you probably don’t even need Pro. You could probably just use Sony Vegas Platinum, which is quite cheaper.
    However, if you’re wanting to make Montages, I’d highly recommend getting Pro.


    If you’d like something else, you can try Adobe Premiere. It’s a tad more complex than Vegas, but is also a little better than Vegas. I wouldn’t really recommend using it until getting to know Vegas a bit, but it’s up to you.

    There’s also Adobe After Effects which is good for making flashy opening titles. It’s very daunting to learn, but can prove worthwhile if you end up mastering it. It’s quite mediocre for normal video editing, but is among the best for huge flashy effects.

    Now, as for your recording situation, it depends on what you’re playing your game on.

    If you’re on the PC, you can choose from Fraps or WeGame. Fraps is the best, IMO, but will cost you $ 37 USD. You can try the free trial on their site.

    WeGame is completely free, though I find it buggy and at times laggy. You have nothing to lose with it being free, so you can give it a shot.

    Now, if you’re on a console, you’ll need to look into Capture Cards.
    Since you said you’re looking for HD, you’ll need an HD capture card, of course.
    I, personally, recommend and use the Hauppauge HD PVR. It’s an external capture card, so it’s ideal if you have a laptop, since you can just move your laptop and capture card close to your console.

    If your console is close (or can be moved) to your computer and it’s a desktop, you can look into internal capture cards (however externals will still work).
    Internal capture cards have to be on a desktop, since they’re directly installed to your computer’s outer part.
    If that’s your case, you should look into the BlackMagic Intensity Pro.

    One thing to keep in mind is that you will need a fairly high-end PC to run HD.

    I hope this is of help to you.
    If you have any further questions, you can refer them to a forum that I visit regularly and I know can be helpful.

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