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If you have a compatible Nividia GPU then Nvidia Shadowplay is a great screen recorder, it can do 4K at 60fps with a 50MBPS bitrate, has low CPU usuage and is free. It can also capture the last 5-20 minutes of what was on your screen. The file sizes can get a bit big but you can reduce the quality to what you want and can delete the video files after making ...


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x264 is the best-in-class encoder for generating H.264 video streams and you can use it via ffmpeg, a command-line tool, to encode to a small-sized file. Get a binary from here - opt for the latest nightly/snapshot release - and run ffmpeg -i input.mov -c:v libx264 -crf 23 output.mov The output will be the same constant frame rate as the input but x264 is ...



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