If you're a PC gamer, chances are you've heard of Nvidia's Shadow Play, whose beta started a few days ago. Thanks to this new system added to the most recent graphics cards, capturing videos in PC games becomes easier and less demanding, though it's still not perfect in fast gameplay sequences. Audio can only be recorded at 96 Kbits, which is ok but still below our standards, but should satisfy most people. Overall, it's a promising tool that we think many players will be glad to use, even more as it is completely free. Here's an example of the video quality you can get with the new replay of WRC 4.
@droezelke: Trust me though, the phone camera photos are pretty representatitve of how they look here. (2 Hours ago)
@droezelke: Yeah my bad. But i fixed it: [url] (2 Hours ago)
@Moonwalker: That's not a fair comparison. You show an absolute in-game compared to a photo of a TV screen. If I take a picture of my tv... (3 Hours ago)
Recore difference is huge. (4 Hours ago)
I made a thread here showing the differences, it can def be seen: [url] (4 Hours ago)
@Sdarts: In a way you can show the difference. I made a few pics today of Forza 7 demo, Recore and Gears 4 and you can definitely see what you're missing out on wirh SDR. (5 Hours ago)
@rayy: Yes, Larian Studios is great. And D:OS2 had a year of Early Access with constant updates based on the community's feedback. Also, something I forgot to mention, there's already many mods for it (8 Hours ago)