showing fraps framerate counter in youtube videos

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  1. Mendel

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    Basically I'm trying to make a sort of a video review of 5870.

    I've captured videos with fraps

    Problem: I can make the framerate overlay show in screenshots, and it shows while recording but it doesn't show in the final product.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuS33QFGsXw

    How do I record videos like that such that youtube viewers can see the framerate? Is there a way?
     
  2. psolord

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    Yes there is. You just have to use a second -very well known- program, along with fraps. Rivatuner! :p

    You just have to google how to setup rivatuner's framerate server and off you go!

    Here are some examples of the resulting output from my Youtube videos

    Pro Evolution Soccer 2010

    PtBoats

    RaceOn

    and many many more. You can browse along but you get the picture....! ;)

    The good thing is, that when properly setup, it also shows which API is used, D3D9, D3D10 etc. The bad thing is, that fraps really destroys the performance.
     
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    I just hit the hotkey to hide the framerate counter when I see it in videos.
     
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    Thanks a lot!
     
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