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Join Date: Jun 2012
02-14-2013, 02:28 PM
I believe what you're supposed to do is not simply record the footage shown in the demorecord utility with fraps (although that is definitely the simpler way), but rather export the recording into another folder which basically takes screenshots of every single frame in the recording (screenshots don't show the UI), and then reassemble those screenshots with something like Windows Movie Maker to make it an actual video.
The major benefit is that there are settings you can use to increase the render setting so that the screenshots come out looking better than what you could normally get with a recording of a live playthrough. It takes more time to generate these high-render screenshot frames, but you get a much better end result.