Author Topic: Fraps 2.9.9 out now  (Read 1550 times)

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Fraps 2.9.9 out now
« on: August 30, 2009, 03:27:51 am »
Fraps 2.9.9 is available for download for those that support it.


http://www.fraps.com

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CHANGELOG
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- Fixed missing audio in Adobe Premiere and Sony Vegas
- Fixed benchmarks not being written to benchmark folder
- Fixed loading crash when attempting to start Fraps
- Fixed stalling/stuttering after first 4 gig AVI segment
- Fixed mouse cursor image/transparency corruption
- Fixed mouse cursor offset in some applications
- Fixed crash when recording above 1920x1200 for some users
- Fixed crash after stopping video capture in Windows 2000
- Fixed crash in some DirectX10 applications
- Fixed random windows crashes with fraps.dll
- Fixed missing systray icon if explorer restarts
- Fixed frapsvid.dll and frapsv64.dll crashes when importing/playing video
- Fixed Run Fraps when Windows starts option
- Fixed Starcraft stalling during video capture
- Fixed limited CPU affinity of main Fraps process
- Fixed yellow corruption displayed in Plants vs Zombies
- Fixed capture speed of many older DDRAW games

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[SJ]jason brown

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Re: Fraps 2.9.9 out now
« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2009, 09:55:56 am »
thanks for the heads up

[SJ]Grimwart

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Re: Fraps 2.9.9 out now
« Reply #2 on: August 30, 2009, 10:25:49 am »
Cheers, will upgrade now :hats off:

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Re: Fraps 2.9.9 out now
« Reply #3 on: August 30, 2009, 11:56:07 am »
 :D :hats off:

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Re: Fraps 2.9.9 out now
« Reply #4 on: August 31, 2009, 04:12:33 am »
I brought it a while ago seen as it is the right price.

Still got read up on the hints and tips.

As in what res you capture in ? i play my game at 1920x1200, i don't believe you fraps at that though.

I do want the best quality video though.

So what do you do ?

Cheers in advance

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Re: Fraps 2.9.9 out now
« Reply #5 on: August 31, 2009, 09:38:04 am »
I capture in 1680x1050 at max 60fps, same resolution I play in. If you want quality then you should capture at the highest res possible, unless you CPU is already overloaded I guess the limiting factor is how fast your system can write the output to disk, and how much diskspace you have.