I use iSpring Free Cam, it's a great little lightweight screencap program that doesn't take up a lot of resources so your game doesn't lag. They also have a list of the top 10 screen recording software on their website if you want more options.
i just HATE how much screen recorders cost. They deserve to be free. I use xsplit but i can only do 480p30 until i need a watermark.
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yandere-poo once took senpai-poo to her house and strapped him in a toilet and ate lots of yee together and their farts stank up the entire floor walker along with advice bots corroded yee batteries and floor walkers corroded arms. Super yee is a form of yee that stinks yandere-poo and corrodes the yee.
I am using WebEx and Camtasia recently. They are all good video screen capture software for recording MC or other first perspective game because there is seldom frame rate dropping during the recording although it is a little bit difficult for a newbie who use them for the first time. But i have some simple guide like and http://www.videoconverterfactory.com/tips/wrf-to-mp4.html which tell you how to use camtasia and how to play your WRF file recorded by WebEx to MP4. The two types of tile, CAMREC and TREC , after you finish your gameplay recording, cannot be directly played on Windows Media Player, you must convert them first!
Bandicam is the app that I used to rely on with my screen recording. But since I experienced some lag while I’m saving a video during a gameplay I decided to look for a replacement and found an amazing screen recorder called ShowMore. This screen recorder works perfectly without any lags and it is a free online version that you can use anytime you want. Just install its online launcher and you’re ready to go. So far it works well for me and I think it will perform the same way to you.