|Tool Logo||Tool Name||Operating System||Price||Capture Screen||Record Game Captures||Livestream||Webcam Recording||Capture Mic||Capture System Audio||No Watermark||Hot Key Controls||Recording Session Limit||Timeline Editing||Adjust Audio||Pan & Zoom||Add Media||Drawing Tool||Add Annotations||Video Output Formats||Audio Output Formats||Upload Directly to Internet||FAQ or Knowledgebase||Tutorials||Phone Support||Email Support||Live Chat||MISC|
|OBS||Windows/Mac/Linux||Free||Yes||None||6, MP4 FLV MOV +3 more||1, MP4||No|
|Fraps||Windows||Free||Yes||30 secs||1, AVI||0||No|
|Fraps Full||Windows||$37||Yes||None||1, AVI||0||No|
Well if you looked at the chart above it is pretty easy to decide which game capture software offers more; OBS.
Now let’s talk performance and video quality.
First you would have to go for the paid version of Fraps to release that 30 second recording limit to even start to compete with OBS. But once you do that they are honestly pretty close. To the untrained eye you can’t tell a difference although I am able to pull in nearly double FPS in my OBS recordings. Also my OBS file sizes are not huge as hell like you will get with Fraps.
The simple thing is OBS is the future and Fraps is old as crap.
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