Had this problem myself today. Interestingly, I went into launch history and simply un-checked all the entries and the problem was fixed. Going back to the history tab, everything is checked again and it still works fine.
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It's working flawless for almost every game I have but not for Urban Terror. Unfortunately: this game is something I want to record the most. I read about workarounds without success. It is blinking and the movie looks like having 10fps (it's ~70 during the game).Glad to hear the good news! Would you mind sharing a few details about how it worked for you? Such as which games? What graphics card? Which OS version? Could you record in fullscreen or did you have to use windowed mode? How was performance/framerate? I'm hoping to improve/expand the guide based on feedback, so any details would be helpful.-fenixproductions (October 09, 2008, 06:00 PM)
2GeneralAdmissionDon't worry...I took no offense to what you said.
I am really ashamed because I was in rush writing it. I am waiting for mouser to delete my post somehow.
It appeared that it was not the source of the problem. I am sorry once again.
PS The source was Typing Assistant. I forgot to add my games to exceptions.-fenixproductions (October 09, 2008, 05:43 PM)
Xfire's video compresses (I think?) if you choose to upload it to their servers, and leaves both original and compressed files on your hard drive. You can just start the upload and then cancel it after "Encoding" is complete for a small file, then delete the original (or, obviously, let it upload).Yeah, Xfire does have a handy auto-compress/upload feature which VirtualDub obviously lacks. I've never used them because I'm a bit of a control freak when it comes to videos .-wreckedcarzz (October 09, 2008, 03:53 PM)
I had tried descibed solution and found a problem with every game I have installed:Sorry it didn't work out for you.
screen is blinking from time to time!-fenixproductions (October 09, 2008, 05:14 PM)
Definitely! Wanted to record a game video yesterday, but was worried about Xfire Video lagging. I'll have to give this a goI've used Xfire some. It does a good job of recording, but the performance hit is noticeable, especially at higher resolutions. Like Fraps, Xfire also uses lossless encoding, which means enormous video files. If you haven't looked at some of the sample footage yet, several of the clips have framecounters displayed to show how well game speed holds up while recording. I also posted a simple codec comparison to show how that variable by itself can have a significant impact on performance.-wreckedcarzz