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FPS recording and JPG questions

Posted: Wed Dec 11, 2013 2:26 am
by mikk
Is FPS recording something Bandicam considers to use in the future? This is the only reason why I need to have Fraps installed and it's popular because of the fps recording options. Many reviewer use fraps for benchmarking games.


And my second question regarding JPG screenshot capture. For my taste JPG normal has to many artefacts and JPG High is fine quality wise but produces a big file size for JPG screenshots. Is JPG High using 100% quality and JPG normal 90%? What about a JPG medium 95%-96%? Then I would rename JPG normal to low in Bandicam.

Re: FPS recording and JPG questions

Posted: Wed Dec 11, 2013 12:12 pm
by Bandicam Company
Hello!

Is FPS recording something Bandicam considers to use in the future? This is the only reason why I need to have Fraps installed and it's popular because of the fps recording options. Many reviewer use fraps for benchmarking games.

Yes, the FPS recording function will be added in the future.

And my second question regarding JPG screenshot capture. For my taste JPG normal has to many artefacts and JPG High is fine quality wise but produces a big file size for JPG screenshots. Is JPG High using 100% quality and JPG normal 90%? What about a JPG medium 95%-96%? Then I would rename JPG normal to low in Bandicam.

JPG High is using 95% and JPG normal is using 80%.
(We may not add JPG medium in the future.)

Re: FPS recording and JPG questions

Posted: Thu Dec 12, 2013 12:17 am
by mikk
80% is low no wonder I saw artefacts but 95% is ok, seems the file size is normal.