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By PURPLELEC | 16 June 2023 | 0 Comments

How to Record Games on Windows 10 PC with a Recorder

  While the Game Bar can be a good quick solution for Windows 10 game recording, you may need a more professional tool, particularly if you are recording the videos to use for tutorial purposes. One of the best tools to use in this case is Wondershare Democreator. It is a simple to use solution that is ideal for the recording of various types of videos including gameplay, tutorial videos, product reviews, and more.
  The fact that it can be used to record the screen at 120 frames per second makes it the ideal tool to record high-action games without losing the quality. The following is a breakdown of some of DemoCreator’s most useful features;
  You can add markers to highlight the important sections of the video during the recording
  A fast-recording rate of 120fps is ideal for fast-paced games
  Record the whole screen or a specified section
  Change the speed or fade in and out during the recording
  Easily upload recorded videos to Vimeo, YouTube, Twitch, and Facebook directly
  Step 1: Run the Program
  Begin by downloading and installing the program on your computer. Once installation is complete, open DemoCreator, and in the main window, select "New Recording" to begin the process,

  Step 2: Configure the Settings
  In the next window, you will see a number of options to configure the settings. The following are just some of the options you have;
game recording
  Screen Setup
  Here, select "Game" and then choose the game you will be recording, and then select the frame rate to use.
  Audio Setup
  Since we are recording gameplay, it would be a good idea to record the Computer Audio. So, go ahead and set that to "Capture"
  If you would like to include commentary with your recording, you should also set "Microphone" to "Capture"
  Camera Setup
  The camera setup may not be relevant when recording gameplay. It is therefore a good idea to leave these settings to default unless you want to use Picture-in-Picture mode to explain parts of the video.
  Step 3: Record Gameplay
  Then when you're ready, click on the red "Record" button to begin recording.
  The program will start a 3-second countdown before the actual recording begins.
  You can use the "F10" key on your keyboard to stop the recording or the "F9" key to pause the recording.

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