Опубликовано: 24 июня
The reason why I bought this, and not other recording softwares like Bandicam, is for one, simple reason.
What happens when you go ahead and buy a program for a computer? Usually, it sticks to the computer's hard drive. This does have it's problems, though. If you switch between computers often, you will find out that you need 2 versions of the program for each computer, making it cost more. Minecraft has got this down; simply make an account and buy premium, and then the launcher is free. Steam is the same way, too. Although this type of program is only going to be used on 1 computer, what happens if your computer gets a virus, or your 8-year old son thought it would be funny to drop their dad's fragile gaming laptop/desktop off the top of the house. Well, you want to be prepared for those moments, and not be shot out of $XX for the programs on your computer.
First of all, LiteCam is only $10 cheaper. It's not alot, but $10 can be put somewhere where you want it more, like more strange killstreaks from TF2. And I've used the Bandicam Trial version and this version, and they are pretty neck-and-neck in quality. It also has some features that people can enjoy, but don't want to spend 100's of dollars on video editing software. Features like logo placement, video cam, and other things. Quality is pretty nice, I recorded about 45 minutes of footage for a YouTube video, and it looked pretty good.
Now, for the bad stuff. To start off, the video cam placement you choose doesn't matter at all, it's still going to be fullscreening the camera. Maybe I'm doing something wrong, but I've tried everything and it won't work. Second, if you want an easy-to-read FPS counter, you are in the wrong place. The FPS number is very small. Didn't really bother me, but may bother some others. Next up, is not really the problem with this program, but with the Steam intergration. When I close liteCam, Steam still thinks I have it launched, when I don't. This is a problem when it comes to launch the game again, or when you want to sign out. You have to "wait" for liteCam to "close". It just ends up with me signing out of my computer and signing back in, and it works for me. Lastly, and probably the biggest grip anyone else has, is the screen recording function. I've heard that it isn't good for anything at all. Personally, I haven't tried it yet, since I don't play browser games that much, even less for recording now. Bandicam has it covered there, unless if you want to pay $40 for each computer to use it. Your choice.
All in all, for $30, it is a bit steep for what you are getting from other's viewpoints, but this is a license they are giving you to use this recorder. You can get payed on YouTube using this. And the toys they give you to edit your recording is nice, haven't seen that in Bandicam at all.
9/10. More features than seen in Bandicam, but screen recording, bugs with Steam, and other things keep this from being perfect.