How do you record you LoL Games

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the7azen

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05-05-2011

like always i see pro videos of skilled players on youtube .
i was wondering how they record them .
frap makes the pc lag + the size of it helly alot .. 500mb for 10 minute
so for all those people who post youtube videos out there
share you secret :P


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PandasBane

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05-05-2011

theres a program called auto lol that records game without any lag or large file size


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Blugyblug

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05-05-2011

lolreplay


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the7azen

Senior Member

05-05-2011

u mean LoLReply ..
after LoLReply u use frap ? u didnt do anything -_- . the size will stay the same . can someone explain me plz


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the7azen

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05-05-2011

<need help>


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IMLOwl

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05-05-2011

Fraps, XFire, Lolreplay... There's a ton of programs. Just google them.


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the7azen

Senior Member

05-05-2011

i know these kind of shooting programs .
but i am looking for one with no lag while taking the video and good quality and medium size


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Electrified

Member

05-05-2011

1. Go to League Replays, download LoL replay. (It's a small program that records games in the background while you play -- but it records data from the league of legends client so it doesn't affect your game performance. Also, the file size of recorded files is pretty small: a one hour game is about 5MB or so. It also gives you free camera vision etc)

2. Leave it running in the background and play your games. It will record them automatically.

3. When you want to record something to youtube, run Fraps and the replay that you want to record. Wait until it gets to the part you want recorded, then hit your record hotkey and leave it when you want to stop recording.

4. Upload the recorded file to youtube.

5. ???

6. PROFIT!