What can I do to record videos of me gaming for free?

Nick
  • What can I do to record videos of me gaming for free? Nick

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    How can I record demos of my gameplay?

    I have looked at a few choices:

    • I liked Fraps, but it's $37 for the full version.
    • dxtory was good but the video quality wasn't clear.
    • I wasn't able to use virtualdub because i did not have the hardware to go with it.
    • Camstudio is only for windows xp.

    My question is, is there a free screen recorder that has no limit on how long a video is that can also record audio and have a clear video quality? The quality doesn't have to be HD, but not horrible either.

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