Best screen capture recorder to record episodes from streaming sites

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  1. blubbermarble
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    Hi,

    When I want to record an episode from the streaming site using Camtasia Recorder on my PC, the audio adds some noise.

    Which is the best screen capture recorder to record episodes from streaming sites (e.g. Astro on the GO) with better audio quality and no audio noise?
     
  2. x65943

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    why don't you just use p2p to acquire the media that you want?
     
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  3. Mikemk

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    Download it directly. There's a website which can download from a bunch of streaming sites, but I'm not sure if I'm allowed to link. I'll ask a mod.
     
  4. blubbermarble
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    Astro on the go is a pay TV streaming service for non-TV devices that can watch livestreams of channels.
     
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    So you want to get the material for primary distribution?
     
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    Nvidia Share or Bandicam are the most common.
     
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    Get cracked Bandicam. Or pay for it what ever. If you just really wanna go ALL out get OBS.
     
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    Just get OBS for screenrecording stuff, even if you don't want to stream. Literally every screen recorder is crap, except for OBS.
     
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    Care to explain
     
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    When using OBS recording, the video that I recorded is paused and also laggy. I have to set to Intel integrated graphics instead of Nvidia in my laptop cos I'm recording the episode on Google Chrome.
     
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    Bandicam has watermarks, FRAPS is laggy and choppy. NVidia Shadowplay and OBS don't kill performance.
     
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    OBS works fine for me *shrug* FRAPS costs money and kills performance on my Core i5 machine lol. Shadowplay is much better IMO. I don't trust cracks for software, or even torrents, too many Trojans.
     
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    OBS is the best one for anybody, no matter your brand of toaster
     
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    OBS only uses like, 20% of my CPU, if that, and recordings look fine, then again, I'm using an Intel CPU and NVidia GPU :P
     
  16. Joom

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    You should mux streams, not record them. By doing this you get the full, unadulterated quality of the source. This is how scene groups rip stuff from Netflix and Hulu.

    You don't seem to know how to pirate properly, then. Proper scene releases never contain malware, and if on the off chance they do you can always check a pre database to see if the release was nuked for this specific reason. NFOs for releases also contain hash digests for the release that you can use to verify the download. If your AV detects a crack or keygen as malicious, though, it's a false positive nine times out of ten either due to the release being packed with UPX or just due to the AV being overzealous towards crack tools. If you suspect a release of being infected then scan it with Malwr.com (never use VirusTotal or NoVirusThanks as these are highly unreliable).
     
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  17. MasterJ360

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    nah never use capture programs just use Internet Download Manager It can download just about any media stream aslong as you have the extension active on the browser
     
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    Doesn't work for DRM protected streams, and video lockers heavily compress source content anyway, so they're really not reliable mediums. I guess that's fine if you don't care about quality.
     
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  19. MasterJ360

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    try another source stream? what exactly are the streams?
     
  20. Joom

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    Anything from Netflix, Hulu, and major broadcast networks are the source. Video lockers aren't stream sources since the content technically isn't being streamed, and like I mentioned above these tend to use highly compressed forms of official scene releases as to meet upload limitations.