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    NCH Software makes vid cap software called Debut http://www.nchsoftware.com/capture/index.html I've also used Fraps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mashakos View Post
    this stuff is a bit obscure, it's a common mistake to mix 10bit/8bit colourspace with 8 bit colour
    http://www.hdwarrior.co.uk/2011/08/3...s-it-all-mean/
    http://www.chimei.com.tw/en/feature-...asp?tech_id=57
    https://www.google.com/search?btnG=Google+Search&q=%208+bit+video+10+bit+ video

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RGB_color_model

    in a nutshell:
    8 bit colourspace = 16.1 million colours (Truecolor)
    10 bit colourspace = over 1 billion colours
    I know that. So you were just wrong with the calculations. Ok then.

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    +1 to MSI Afterburner or whichever derivative of Riva Tuner. It's free and works, don't know how good it is if you wanna do something 'professional'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boris View Post
    I know that. So you were just wrong with the calculations. Ok then.
    what are you talking about? 8 bit colourspace = 24bit colour
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    Quote Originally Posted by mashakos View Post
    what are you talking about? 8 bit colourspace = 24bit colour
    Well, you said:
    8 * 1920 * 1080 * 60 = 995328000 bits
    as it is 8Bit per colour, and since a pixel consists of three colours, its 24 bits per pixel - so it's actually 24 * 1920 * 1080 * 60

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzly View Post
    Well, you said:

    as it is 8Bit per colour, and since a pixel consists of three colours, its 24 bits per pixel - so it's actually 24 * 1920 * 1080 * 60
    hm, you're right. I hate maths.... that's the part I always end up "debugging" in my code.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mashakos View Post
    what are you talking about? 8 bit colourspace = 24bit colour
    You acted a bit condescending about it, instead of looking at your post again to see if you maybe had made a mistake. And then it turned out you made the mistake.

    EDIT: Ok this is probably harsher than I intended, I'm sorry. But seriously, this isn't the first time I call you out on something. Please check your stuff if you're trying to educate people, because being wrong does a lot of harm to people trying to learn.
    Last edited by Boris; 01-02-2013 at 02:16 PM.

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