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4 years ago#11
xcmon3yx2 posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Bandicam and FRAPs are completely CPU bound.(and are both garbage) Use Shadowplay or DXTory.(still CPU bound, but much less so)

I use bandicam because of its on the fly encoding .h264. I don't like having large files that i must re-render in vegas just to get an acceptable file size. Also bandicam is not cpu bond, at least not anymore, there is an option to offload the encoding to the gpu "cuda". Also neither of the two you mention, do .h264 encoding, and they also do not have an option to have 2 audio streams

Well, then, use Shadowplay. It doesn't even use CUDA. It uses fixed function hardware h.264 encoding, and nothing else you can possibly use will ever compete with it for performance.
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