Author Topic: Low Fps when I'm recording  (Read 1343 times)

Steve

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Low Fps when I'm recording
« on: December 17, 2015, 11:31:27 am »
Hey Guys,

I have a problem with Dxtory.
I tested version 2.0.128 to 2.0.133 and have so many fps problems with 1080p30 and 1080p60

tested codecs:
Lagarith Lossless 32bit and 64bit
MagicYuv 32bit and 64bit
UtVideo
x264cfw

My System
i7-4770K
16Gb Ballistix 1600Mhz
AsRock B85 pro4
Gtx 770 3xOC Windforce 4Gb Vram
1x Samsung Evo 850 250Gb for System and Games
1x WD Black 2Tb 6G/s 7200rpm for my recordings

The Benchmarktest said on the WD Black 160Mb/s and CrystalDiskMark said 174Mb/s

I have in all Games more than 60Fps when I'm not recording.
SOMA arround ~150 Fps
Ark Survival Evolved 40-60 Fps
CS:GO ~300 Fps
Arma 3 60-90 Fps
DayZ Standalone 30-90 Fps

my problem is, I can't record in 1080p60. The video number is on 60 and the file number drops to 20. But why?

The only game who can i record with little laggs is CS:GO but only with Dxtory version 2.0.128 and no Fps overlay. the .133 said video number 90, file number 60 but it lags the whole time
here a video from the .128 version of dxtory. It works with little lags: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4A8op7YpNI

I recorded DayZ Standalone in june with Dxtory 2.0.127 in 1080p30 and it was good to record it. my old harddrive benchmark was on 70Mb/s and it was perfect for recoding in 1080p with version .127
here a video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6V4JZQ3UgM

I don't know what is the problem with this program. It is the best and i love it.. its so sad that i have to go to another program and have bad quality on my videos :(

I hope someone can help me..

When you need the Enviroment tell me I will post it

edit: I have Win10 64bit Home Premium
edit 2: Dxtory version 2.0.132 with UtVideo YUV422 BT.709 VCM works fine with CS:GO in 60Fps.
SOMA, not works, fps goes down to 28. in 720p60 my fps are on 30 -.-
« Last Edit: December 17, 2015, 02:01:34 pm by Steve »

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Re: Low Fps when I'm recording
« Reply #1 on: December 19, 2015, 11:15:01 pm »
vsync off?