The full version of Fraps is a great utility for capturing “full screen” gameplay of Directx games.
But for capture of “desktop” games like Minecraft, Roblox, Project Powder, Travian, Habbo Hotel, Grepolis, Runescape, as well as any web browser games, Ezvid is now the best free alternative for screen recording, screen capture, editing, and upload to YouTube.
Ezvid is also perfect for tutorials, screencasting, and any kind of computer screen recording which you plan to upload to YouTube.
No need to get a torrent or keygen to get the full version of Fraps or to download Fraps — and no need to adjust complicated settings…. Ezvid is the ultimate free Fraps alternative for screen recording. Ezvid makes it incredibly easy to record your screen. Simply click the “capture screen” button, wait for the three second countdown, and when you are finished recording, simply click the “stop” button. There’s no need to remember any complicated keyboard combinations or deal with complex and time consuming video export issues with AVI or MOV files.
Ezvid is the perfect all in one solution for screen recording, editing, narrating, and uploading to YouTube, and is the perefect alternative to Fraps, hypercam, bandicam, wegame and other expensive and complicate game capture software.
Even if you choose to use Fraps for screen recording, note that Fraps is a capture and FPS benchmarking tool only – so if you already use Fraps, then Ezvid is the perfect companion to use as a full featured video editor — Ezvids quickly imports the AVI files created by Fraps…. You can then easily edit these video clips, add computer speech, choose free soundtrack music, and render and upload to YouTube.
Watch the videos on this page to learn how to use Ezvid for screen recording and also for gameplay video editing!
To get started with Ezvid, follow these steps.
1. Download and install Ezvid.
2. If you are playing a full screen directx game, put it in “windowed mode”
3. Click the “screen capture button”
4. Screen recording begins!
5. Click the “stop” button
6. Edit your video
7. Click “upload to youtube”
It’s that easy!