Discover the ultimate game recorder, ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’. ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ is a recorder with easy and simplified interface that captures game play with HD quality output with audio and no lagging. Capture game play with high Frame rates with both game sound and audio commentary Today!
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Release Date: Feb 24, 2014
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May 14

Join us in launching liteCam Game 5.0!

We are very excited to announce that we are releasing a brand new version of liteCam Game called liteCam Game 5.0!


liteCam Game 5.0 will include more features, such as 120 FPS, live streaming to Twitch, and MP4 file format.
We have been working incredibly hard for the past year to bring liteCam Game 5.0 to everyone, so join us in launching this awesome new game recorder. Check it out today for special early bird pricing!

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Reviews

“It not only records video, screenshots, and Webcams but also game activity. It can record and insert picture-in-picture video, so you can record your victories and post the clips online with embedded video of yourself while playing.”
http://download.cnet.com/LiteCam-HD/3000-13633_4-10643835.html

“Thanks to a dummy-proof interface, liteCam provides a very easy way in which to capture screen recordings and has enough options for you to be able to polish the resulting video to a decent quality.”
Softonic International

“Records any streaming/non-streaming movies off any computer screen.”
Softpedia

About This Software

Discover the ultimate game recorder - liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture!

‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ is a next-gen game recording software for Steam users. ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ has a minimal impact on actual game performance while recording and can record up to 100 FPS. You can record most DirectX 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and OpenGL games such as League of Legends, World of Warcraft, Minecraft, Need for Speed, GTA , Grid 2 and many more pc games with no lag.

liteCam Game Official Website: http://www.litecam.net/en/product/litecam-game/

Why 'liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture' is the best game recording software?

First, ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ ensures that your recorded game video has a stunning HD vibrantly colored. By default, it captures your game footage at 100FPS for the smoothest videos.


Second, ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ consists of an easy-to-use interface to record gameplay instantly. You can easily record your webcam video with live commentary, so no need to look for webcam recording software.


Third, ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ has no time limit on capturing your game play with a small file size.


Fourth, you can customize the recording option. ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ allows you to import your preferred codec and use it to record your gameplay.


Fifth, ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ saves the recorded videos in AVI file format. Inside the program, there is a converter function, so you can easily convert your videos to MP4 and WMV without interruption. ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ also supports direct upload to YouTube from your computer.


Sixth, ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ does not require the video editing software. You can simple trim the part of your recorded videos in the preview mode with a simple mouse movement. Also you can add video titles, ending credits and your pictures quickly.


Please note that ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ might drop frames when recording if your computer becomes overburdened or the game play limit FPS less than 100FPS. Here is recommended hardware spec to improve performance;

CPU:
Intel Core i7 and above
Intel Core i5 4670 and above

Graphic card/Video card:
GetForce GTX 760 and above
Radeon R9 270X and above

For Windows 7 and above
Use SSD storage

Amazing Features from ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’


  • Game Recording: Capture any game play with ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’. It can Capture most DirectX 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and OpenGL games
  • Video Recording: ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ can record any video on the user computer screen. Record videos from YouTube, Hulu, Vimeo, Daily Motion, and etc
  • Trimming: ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ is equipped with a simple trimming tool. User can trim any video they recorded.
  • Adding logos, credits, and title: No other recording software can let you add logos, credits, and title except 'liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture'.
  • Converting Tools: ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ produces AVI video files. At the same time with 'liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture' you can convert recorded videos to MP4 or WMV
  • Webcam --> PIP: ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ has a PIP function for users to show their active speech while capturing Game play or recording videos. This will surely build up the trust on your videos.
  • Upload to YouTube: ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ can directly upload recorded videos to YouTube.
  • Timer Recording: ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ can help you schedule your video recording. You can set 'liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture' to record any video you want.
  • Hotkey Recording: ‘liteCam Game: 100FPS Game Capture’ will let you use Hotkeys to help provide an easier and usually quicker method of navigating when recording Games.
  • Screen Capture: User can capture screenshots of videos and games and save them as PNG, BMP, or JPG files format

Users' Video in YouTube

LITECAM VS FRAPS top game capture softwares
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1A3JHvKkjY
Testing out new screen recorder - Amazing Quality
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZ5By0fRjOY
CoH 2 on Dell Inspiron n5110
http://youtu.be/JwQACpKx41c

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8.
    • Processor: 2GHz Dual-Core CPU or Better.
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512MB video memory or more. And A graphic card supporting DirectX 9 and WDDM driver.
    • DirectX: Version 7.0
    • Sound Card: A sound card that supports full-duplexing required.
    • Additional Notes: Windows 2000 is not supported.
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 and 8.
    • Processor: Intel Core i5/i7
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1GB video memory or more.
    • DirectX: Version 7.0
    • Sound Card: A sound card that supports full-duplexing required.
    • Additional Notes: It might drop frames when recording if your computer becomes overburdened or the game play limit FPS less than 100FPS.
Helpful customer reviews
13 of 16 people (81%) found this review helpful
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: March 31
It's a good game recorder (not screen recorder, which is their other product). The videos come out pretty well. Price goes way down when it's on sale, get it then.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
303.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 17
I had some trouble with this program,i wouldn't recommend it, i used to think it was good but now i realize it is sometimes buggy, it crashes when i try to watch my videos that i recorded ( sometimes), the quality of the video is a little iffy, occasionally it bugs out by not having the audio lined with the video, It is a little buggy, but it works okay most of the time
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9 of 16 people (56%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
129.1 hrs on record
Posted: July 5
just, no its not even recording on best graphics it is stucking all the time with my i7 computer 16 geram and nvedia gtx 750 TI wtf is that ♥♥♥♥ 0.1/200
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6 of 11 people (55%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
92.4 hrs on record
Posted: May 25
Instant crash 5/5
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135 of 165 people (82%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
14.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 24, 2014
*This review has been edited after the voice-recording issue had been resolved, and adjusted further after spending a couple more weeks using it. Lots of info here. This review may not change your mind about the software, but it's intended to provide you with the information you need to make that decision.

This is a great, cheap product, depending on what you need from it. Records audio and video pretty well, and there's a good variety of codecs to choose from, with some additional options for Picture in Picture and limiting your fps if you need to, adding a watermark and such. Little things like that. To compare this to FRAPS, this will provide you with high-quality visuals if you can afford the harddisk space. The default MPEG-4 codec (which it recommends) will eat up approximately 225-250 MB for 2 minutes of footage (varies on how much is going on visually) at 1080p 30fps. You WILL want to experiment with codecs and bitrates to achieve the best performance for what you need out of whatever you're recording. This is something that FRAPS does not do, as FRAPS uses a custom codec that you'll need to obtain again should you decide to reinstall a fresh OS or uninstall FRAPS. I've enjoyed FRAPS a lot, and consider it a beast as it taxes your PC and requires really hefty hardware and lots of RAM, but it's very simple to use. This software requires more fine-tuning than FRAPS. Experiment and find that sweet spot.

To compare this to xSplit Broadcaster/Gamecaster (no, this does not allow live streaming) you can make use of the Picture in Picture functions to place a webcam (adjustable size, but you can only place the PnP in one of 9 spaces, left/center/right from top to bottom, think tic tac toe), This is useful for those of you who may be making videos for YouTube (etc...) and you would like to have a webcam for your face and your voice commentary, and even has Chroma settings for those of you who can use them effectively. xSplit does this as well, but allows you to resize, crop, and place the screens anywhere. xSplit Gamecaster has more of an in-game interface as opposed to xSplit Broadcaster, and there are things in Broadcaster that you can't do in Gamecaster (in regards to window/screen/display positions). Speaking of voice commentary, this brings us to an issue that I had earlier with the software.

liteCam has some audio settings that really need some work. If you have multiple voice recording devices plugged in, you cannot change the order of priority/order of those devices. This is where things get tricky and where the real meat of the original version of this revised review was.

I use a Logitech G35 USB headset for voice recording/capture, and a Logitech 720p webcam with built-in microphone, and I also have the Screaming Bee audio drivers for modifying my voice. My G35 was set as my default voice communication device as far as my OS was concerned and should have taken priority. liteCam was using the Screaming Bee drivers by default when I had placed the check mark (on liteCam's audio settings) to enable my microphone and did not give me a choice in the matter. Because of this, I could record game audio, but not my voice, and adjusting the settings another way allowed me to record my voice, but not the game audio. It was one or the other, but not both, all because it was picking up the wrong drivers. Again, Screaming Bee isn't physical hardware, it's a device driver I can use to modify my voice, and Windows recognizes my G35 headset as the default voice communication device, but liteCam didn't care or give me the option to choose it. This wasn't fixed until I just up and disabled Screaming Bee. The microphone settings work now, but I'm not entirely sure if it's really recording from my headset or my webcam now. A fix or adjustment to this in the future would be nice. Just for clarification, this was all accomplished hours later after thinking about it and writing an angry email to the devs. The product is still new and there was no actual support in the forums here for it other than "send an email to litecam@rsupport.com THX".

Others have complained about stuttering or issues with their FPS. This may be a case by case issue. I've not noticed many problems with my FPS because I'm not running on default settings. My montor doesn't display any higher than 60, so try not to set your settings higher than you can handle. It will give you options to adjust the framerate for your games as well as the recording's framerate. Be sure to adjust both of those values before playing any games.

This software also allows you to edit your videos you recorded but your only option is to trim from left or right. You will want to obtain some decent video-editting software. That's a given though. Unless you're just starting out, most of you who would be interested in this software may already have editing software installed. When recording in xSplit, liteCam, or FRAPS, I'll still be running my footage through Vegas or similar programs.

Last couple issues: Running the program through Steam will make it difficult to invite to multiplayer games. Exiting liteCam can crash some of your programs. I've had it crash ArmA 3 as well as the Raptr desktop app. A patch came through last night, resolved the crashing issues in one area, but caused another issue elsewhere. Again, your milage may vary, maybe they can fix it, but that's all on them. Finally, there's a woman's voice that says "Recording Ready"/"On"/"Off". It's loud, it's annoying, and there's no way to turn it off. You can't even mute liteCam from your volume mixer.

FRAPS is about $40, xSplit is $25/month $60/year $110/3-years and liteCam is $25 when it's not on sale. You can't live stream with it, but it may suit your needs. It is the cheapest of those 3 I've compared it to, and I would almost say it's better than fraps.

EDIT: Been using this for a few weeks now. I'm not going back to FRAPS anymore. They have resolved many crashing issues that I had experienced before, and they are still pumping out updates and just released a new codec to use. If they continue to update this software on a more or less semi-regular basis until it's perfect, this one is definitely a keeper. Recorded some footage of Grand Theft Auto Online on Xbox 360 using this software in Video Recording mode on my Hauppauge HD PVR2 (1080p @ 30 fps) for 18 minutes. FRAPS used up 37 GB and this used up about 800 MB before running it through Vegas to knock it down further. 24 Minutes of Little Pink Best Buds prototype on liteCam requred 2 GB. FRAPS would have required more than 55 GB.
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