Fraps 3.5.0 Released!

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ETAdmin

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Fraps 3.5.0 - 26th April 2012

  • Support for large AVI movie files (above 4 Gigabytes) on NTFS drives
  • Added option to split AVIs at 4 Gigabytes for legacy AVI 1.0 support
  • Fixed loop recording using large amounts of disk space for short clips
  • Fixed benchmark logs not being saved if game was quit before benchmark ended
  • Fixed View folder not opening window on some machines
New Requirements
  • NEW MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: CPU with SSE2 required (Pentium 4 & above)
  • Windows 2000 is no longer supported (Windows XP & above)

Ok, so someone beat me to this post :p Regardless of that, this is an outstanding update. The larger than 4gb file feature is going to make a bunch of folks happy.
 

raffriff

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Fraps goes back to the days of 320x240 capture, so requirements were a little different back then...
Probably the significant change is the "SSE2" requirement, which means that advanced machine-code video processing commands were compiled into the program - breaking compatibility with older processors.
 

Thalmor Wizard

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Fraps goes back to the days of 320x240 capture, so requirements were a little different back then...
Probably the significant change is the "SSE2" requirement, which means that advanced machine-code video processing commands were compiled into the program - breaking compatibility with older processors.
I highly doubt someone would try to record games using an Intel Celeron processor, the crappiest processor that exists XD
 

FRAPS_Player

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Maybe a Pentium III? I can't imagine anyone trying to fraps on that, but it's possible.
Ha, I think I tried recording that on me ol' computer running a P3 at 500MHz....you don't want to know the outcome...

I highly doubt someone would try to record games using an Intel Celeron processor, the crappiest processor that exists XD
I've done that. On my 1Ghz one. Works fine actually - I have to admit that.
 
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