Posted: February 24, 2014
"I just copied and pasted this from my last post in the forum, considering this is the place where people first look"
It works for me. Just read
So many people are having issues with this game capture. All I want to do is clear up any mis conception from these so called reviews that I am seeing pop up, from people who don't know jack about software. Not dissing on people, I am just tired of seeing people that are to lazy to research and trouble shoot, posting stuff they have no clue about.
So heres my setup and my methods, I hope this works with you.
OS: Windows 7 64bit
CPU: i7 4770k not OC
Ram: Sniper Ram from Gskill 8gigs
Mobo: MSI Z87 Gaming
Video Card: R9270x
My video cam: Logitech 920HDPro
Kigston SSD 160 SSD: as my bootable
1tb Western digital for videos
external 2tb for steam and games in general.
Ok so I wll now list my Lite Cam settings.
MODE: Game Recording
Frames per Second: 30
Video Format:100% Size, I may change this later.
Audio Device: ON, Computer Sound with Microphone input checked.
This is for you audio isssue dudes.
On Audio, where you see the little setting cog, click it.
Make sure all of your audio devices are detected, make sure you select Speakers, now press ok. You can run a check by simply checking each input device and make sure your hardware is working with the audio wave, just make sure you click back to the Speakers when you are done.
Audio Format : System Default Settings
PIP: 320x240,30fps, RGB24
Video Options: Uncheck Icon in the Taskbar and Show Game Recording Information.
Capture File Format, I left it at BMP.
AVI File Options: (I am still toying around with this but for now I leave it at)
RSUPPORT MPEG-4 Video Codec
RSUPPORT MPEG-4 " " (Right now, it looks amazing, but for some reason vegas won't render the file, so I am toying with the other codecs and see if this will change that issue and hopefully retain the quality of the videos, which are actually really good.)
Have Continuous Recording checked.
Lock Frame Rate: I have no limit checked.
"And thats it, here are some bugs I have noticed."
So one thing this cam likes doing is record any video source, you can try and run a preview of it, but it will crash Lite cam and you will have to restart the program after you watch it. Convert Video File doesn't render for me, hence why I cant render, due to converter not working for me like it should.
It doesn't like sharing the space with browsers well, you have to some times exit lite cam when you have google chrome up, for some reason it makes Lite Cam non clickable. There also appears to be some sort of static/buzzing sound in the back ground. I have recorded wth everything under the sun and this has never happened to me.
I can't render in vegas pro 12, I will try to import the codec to vegas and see if that clears it up. The womans voice that tells you its ok to start recording, please turn it down, blowing my ears out isn't helping you any.
Over all, this software does pretty good despite the issues we all have with it. I really hope this helps you all out.
One more thing, I have OBS aswell and the quality is no where near as good as this, so stop the BS and stop kidding yourselves. I love OBS to, but I am an audio and video quality nut and so many of you are full of it. Stop down playing a company that is trying to make it, if your quality is so good then why did you buy this program? Not trolling people, just keeping it real.
- Minimum: 1.5GHz single-core CPU
- Recommended: 2GHz dual-core CPU or better
- 1GB RAM or more recommended
- 128MB video memory or more is recommended
- A graphic card supporting DirectX 9 and WDDM driver recommended
- In case of recording games, video memory of 512MB or more recommended
– A sound card that supports full-duplexing required
- Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0 / Microsoft Windows Media Player 11 or later is recommended
You may not be able record computer sounds if you are using a sound card that does not support full-duplexing. Sometimes, upgrading the driver is recommended in order to record computer sounds. However, if your current sound card does not support full-duplexing, upgrading the driver will not help because it may be hardware related.
Depending on which movie you intend to record you may need to upgrade your graphic card, sound card, CPU or RAM. Depending on the game you intend to record, you need to install the latest version of DirectX to meet the system requirements.