Sup all. Wondering what would be the best method to do this. Atm, im using xfire to record just championship mode replays, cause it bogs the game too much to do it live. On top of that xfire recordings seem to offsync the sound for some reason. I also have to use windows movie maker(ewwww?) to convert it before youtube will recognize it. Is there a lighter recorder, that could maybe allow me to play at 60 fps and record live? Or maybe even a better way to get the video converted for youtube? Im new as hell to this, so any advice is appreciated.
Also, ive tried out fraps, and its just inadequate for what i need. Its very similar to the system that xfire uses, but it doesnt seem to run quite as well.
Thx, i had heard of that before, but never bothered to try it out. After a quick try it does appear to be very light and not harm game performance. Ill test this out further. Thanks again for the suggestion.
bgs to Dane, or Dame, or whatever that ***'s name is. i dunno if he posts here, but all he does it bitch about me playing chun or ken, then that i’m scrubby because i play high tier chars (logic here? no don’t think so) etc etc. i streak him 18 then he drops.
I am pleased to offer you my suggestions and help here.
The question you posed actually is very easy to be handled.
What you need is just a suitable video converter which can help convert any types of videos to other formats like flv, avi, wmv and etc.
Now, as you wanna convert your videos to be played on Youtube, you just need a video converter. According to my own experience, I know that there is a software called **Moyea Video Converter **found via Google is very powerful in converting versatile videos. If you wanna convert your videos to windows movie maker, you just convert the video to avi or wmv. If you want to convert your videos to youtube, you just convert videos to flv or f4v.
I hope this software will be of great help to you!