For showing off slick new tricks or proving you really can take down The Boss with one shot, nothing shows it better than video. Before PlayClaw no other option worked well with modern games, because cutting edge games try to hog every ounce of your PC’s power leaving few resources for other applications. Most game video capture software, if you can use it during a game at all, will slow your PC to a crawl. PlayClaw is different, making full use of any multi-core processors utilizing lean code designed specifically for resource hungry games!
PlayClaw is a program that lets you take screenshots and videos of the games you are playing. Best of all, it does this without hogging all your computer resources. What you are left with is a crystal clear picture or video with virtually no lag. It even gives you useful overlays that can be displayed while playing your game!
Allows you to take screenshots and videos of gameplay on your computer
Supports HD video recording
Provides overlays that can display useful information to gamers, like their FPS, CPU, temperatures and even their GPU stats
Allows you to live stream your gameplay with a virtual webcam
Can support up to 16 audio sources at the same time
Offers “prerecording” to ensure you don’t miss one moment that you wish you would have recorded
Supports 3rd party overlays
Depending on the power of your computer and the type of game you are playing, this program can potentially cause lag while you play games
Only provides one year of “free” updates after you buy the product. After that first year, you will have to pay $9.95 to receive a new version of the program (and another year of free updates).
|System Requirements:||Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 (x32/x64); PlayClaw supports games based on DirectX 8, 9, 10, 11 and OpenGL. Administrator rights to run software are mandatory|
|File Size:||19.6 MB|
|Price:||The program is normally available for $47.77, but today it will be free for our visitors as a time-limited offer.|
NOTE: You MUST install this within the next 8 hours (from time of posting) to get this for free. Any later, and you will need to pay for the full version!
See readme.txt for license info.