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Axwack [Avatar]
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I Would like to use screen recorder for game recording. Can I Record at 60 FPS?
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ynotfish
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Hi Axwack -

The Screen Recorder that is provided with PDR15 maxes out at 30 fps. but the most recent one (with PDR16) can record up to 60fps.

Cheers - Tony
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Axwack [Avatar]
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Quote Hi Axwack -

The Screen Recorder that is provided with PDR15 maxes out at 30 fps. but the most recent one (with PDR16) can record up to 60fps.

Cheers - Tony




I guess without buying their upgrade you can't get that separately?
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Quote Hi Axwack -

The Screen Recorder that is provided with PDR15 maxes out at 30 fps. but the most recent one (with PDR16) can record up to 60fps.

Cheers - Tony




I guess without buying their upgrade you can't get that separately?


Yep.
Moreover, game recording is tricky, especially your game is running in exclusive mode.
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