By the time the third version of the program of video recording from games PlayClaw appeared, the interface came in a modified and greatly simplified form. Or at least it may seem to be ex facte. The basic configurations can be done right after the program starts. Continue reading
Overlays are much better and easier to customize in-game, because it immediately allows you to see changes in their appearance, unlike the other settings. Attention – the current version of PlayClaw may appear slightly different from described herein. But the basics are valid for all versions. Continue reading
Almost all audio capture settings can be configured in the main window. However, you can see the most complete list of settings only in a game by pressing a definite hotkey combination to open Playclaw (you can create hotkeys for this action in the main window). Note that the current version of Playclaw can differ slightly from the one described here, but the main information is true for all versions. Continue reading
You can configure all video capture settings right in a game by pressing hotkeys to open Playclaw. Main parameters can be set directly in the main window. Note that the current version of Playclaw can differ slightly from the one described here, but the main information is true for all versions.
Never Miss That Perfect Game Moment with Pre-Recording
Gamers who ever wished they had a time machine to take them back before that perfect moment of the game they failed to record are in for luck. Playclaw 2.0 introduces pre-recording, as well as three other new features. Continue reading
Sytexis Updates PlayClaw with Twice the Performance
New PlayClaw runs more than twice faster, offers updated plug-ins for Teamspeak 3 and fast video encoding. Continue reading
PlayClaw Brings 100% DirectX 10 Compatibility to Record Video in New Games
Now players can use PlayClaw to record a video proof of their amazing gaming skills in DirectX 10 games. Continue reading
New PlayClaw Delivers More Powerful Screen-Grabbing Features for Games
The newest version of the screen-grabbing tool for games captures direct audio in Windows Vista in the multichannel mode, offers better performance of video codecs and enhanced visualization of Teamspeak overlays.
Sytexis Software Launches PlayClaw to Help Players Capture Screen Shots and Record Video in Games with Zero Impact on Computer Performance
Sytexis Software is offering gamers a new screen-grabbing application that makes full use of multi-core CPUs to capture screen shots and full-motion video from a computer game in brilliant quality and without slowdowns. Now players can preserve their virtual victories and share them with others easily.