Which screen recorder should I use?

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9 on November 6, 2017

Hello guys and I am in a confusion in the moment and I need some help from you guys, I want a screen recorder for my pc which will provide me lag free recording with a good quality(480p or above), so I am telling the specifications of my pc. I have a nVdia 2gn graphics drive, 4gb ram and an i3 processer. So I hope I will get an answer which will work for me. Goodbye!!! ✋✋✋

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4 on November 6, 2017
  1. Those specifications really don’t say anything, what NVidia graphics card? What i3 processor?
  2. We are no magicians everything has different requirements, when it comes to just running it but also for recording, what do you want to record?

 

on November 6, 2017

I want to capture just display of my pc and why are you so rude?

on November 6, 2017

I mean just the scree

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on November 6, 2017

I’m not being rude your information is just not sufficient’

“I want to capture just display of my pc” doesn’t say anything, what software will be running while capturing since I don’t think you want to capture just your desktop screen. Give more precise specifications of your pc.

There goes a lot more stuff into recording then just software.

 

on November 6, 2017

If you want to know software l then it is definitely not games, if I record my screen i would run visual studio, xamarin studio, unity, ps, Ae, gamemaker 2 and the softwares or programs similar to these for the sake of making tutorials. U understand right? So these are some examples of what softwares i will use and for what purpose i will record my screen.

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3 on November 6, 2017

If u want more precise information about my pc then its 64bit win 8.1OS, it has 4gb ram, an nVdia gtx 600 graphics drive, and these things are told by me previously, so for u i am repeating it.

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on November 6, 2017

To help Job, you are not repeating yourself at all, you just ask “what program should I use to be able to screen record?” but it depends more then just having 4gb ram, an i3 processor and a Nvidia graphics card. Now, in this post you specify more exact values. Job’s statement that we are no magicians is completely right on that point, we can’t magically see what hardware you have in your rig, so please learn to give the right information when asking a question.

Now getting to your question with the given specifications, if you just want to capture your screen, you can use shadowplay from Nvidia itself. It is build in into geforce experience and can be used to capture video up to 4k (if you graphics card and other hardware can handle it). In https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=czGFyXd8kfo more information is given about the shadowplay from Nvidia.

on November 6, 2017

You are absolutely right but shadow play inside my geforce experience program isn’t running so i asked you guys.

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5 days ago

Why is it not running? You have installed the drivers right? Then it should be running on your pc

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