Dfactor wrote:Nvidia Control Panel > Adjust image settings with preview > Let the 3D application decide
Or in Manage 3D settings > Global settings make sure Antialiasing Mode is Application-controlled and then set to "Let the 3D application decide" again.
I only give 5% that this might help, but who knows.
Back on the days some specific forced settings were making Bandicam lag badly.
JouMxyzptlk wrote:What are your Bandicam video recording settings? Which codec do you use?
Try "MPEG1 VBR" with Quality set to 100, audio as uncompressed / PCM.
A case I personally had: Check whether your GFX card really runs as PCIe 3.0, since bandicam uses that PCIe access to capture the video the game and bandicam fight for the PCIe resources, and you lose.
If you have the problem with all Bandicam codecs, it usually a problem with graphics card driver.
- Uninstall your graphics card driver, and download/install the latest graphics card driver.
- Please make sure that you plugged your graphics card into the primary card slot.
To edit with Adobe Premiere, please refer to http://www.bandicam.com/support/tips/adobe-premiere/
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