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| Posted: Dec 11, 2004 3:08 pm

- Fraps 2.5.0 Released

Fraps, the software many of us can't do without for our benching needs has just gone up a version to 2.5.0. Some very nice changes/additions to this particular revision, with video capturing capabilities up to 60fps, HDTV 1280x720 widescreen resolution support, and much more. Read below for the full changelog, and grab your copy of Fraps 2.5.0 here folks.

 

- Added 40 fps, 50 fps, and 60 fps video capture options
- Added HDTV 1280x720 widescreen resolution support
- Additional lossless compression generates smaller video files
- Improved capture performance on native PCI-Express systems
- Improved load balancing on Hyperthreading and dual core CPUs
- Increased maximum full size video capture resolution to 1152x864
- Added white overlay flash when screen capture performed
- Added option to automatically repeat screen capture every x seconds
- Added View Benchmarks, View Movies, and View Screenshots options to systray
- Detailed benchmark statistics can now be individually selected

 


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