D3DGear

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D3DGear is a screen recorder and live broadcasting software that can be used to record video games and your desktop. It's developed by D3DGear Technologies which consists of only one Canadian guy. It can be purchased through steam and has very positive reviews. As the name suggests it can record games using Direct3D and DirectX. D3DGear can export to mp4 avi and Windows Media Video.It also has an Benchmarking option and a screenshot option. D3D is Shareware which means it can be tested for free for 15 days and then if you liked it you can purchase the full version which will remove the watermark. It supports Nvidia NVENC and Intel Quick Sync Video. According to the dev the software is the only screen recorder that can record up to TRUE 120 FPS and is the only screen recorder that still supports Windows XP but other software like Bandicam already supports these things.[1]

D3DGear
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The offical D3DGear logo
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Developer(s)D3DGear Technologies Canada
Engine
    Operating systemMicrosoft Windows
    Available inEnglish
    Websitehttp://www.d3dgear.com/

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    References[edit]

    1. "D3DGear: Very Fast Game Recording Software, Game Recorder". www.d3dgear.com. Retrieved 2018-06-04.


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