+ 0 Votes Which apps have you tried? seotools 2 years ago Which apps have you tried? FRAPS is the most popular among gamers, as far as I know it's optimized for games. + 0 Votes Reponse To Answer wompai 2 years ago o, wow that's cool thanks! + 0 Votes Xfire's is actually pretty good Slayer_ 2 years ago And its free, though you of course need the client and an account. gamecam was another one, but not free. + 0 Votes Ok thanks, wompai 2 years ago I'll get back to you if I know any more, but I think I'm gonna try these programs. I'll let you know! + 0 Votes Another option - use a hardware solution Charles Bundy Updated - 2 years ago You might be strapped for cash but for less than $100 you could get http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16815100049 It doesn't have HW encoding tho, and requires a PC w/ X1 slot Personally I got a Monsoon HAVA Titanium HD box + external USB drive and it works great as a self-contained hardware based MPEG2 encoder. The HAVA box only accepts NTSC or Component video (unlike the AVerMedia card above which also supports HDMI.) Probably looking at around $160 w/o USB drive for this. Hope this helps!