Description

NOTE: Does not currently work on GameMaker Studio 2

A simple extension that enables you to record your GameMaker game using Windows built in video recording API.

The XVid codec has proven most reliable to encode with, and you can pick it up here: http://www.xvidmovies.com/codec/

A simple example is provided.

Note: May not work on some PCs, so is provided "as-is" (and hence free)

NOTE: Does not currently work on GameMaker Studio 2

End User Licence Agreement (EULA).

Changes in 1.0.1

Updates

  • Now grabs the window from the desktop by default (much faster)
  • Assets now grouped for easer importing into existing projects
  • F1 now used to start and stop recording. (Key event easily changed)

Version 1.0.1. Published July 30, 2014

Created with GameMaker: Studio v1.1.500

Age Rating: 4+

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Anonymous 30 December 2016

Cant see the file "grab.avi"

any help?


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deciia w 30 January 2016

usefull

AVI_Create ("C: \ Users \ YourNameUser \ Videos \ grab.avi", ww, hh, 30); .
it doesn't surport export to desktop.


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john b 18 December 2014

Excellent product

Nothing else to add beyond the other opinions here, it does what it says on the tin. Could just be me though but I had to dig around to find where the Avi actually ended up - I don't know if there was documentation or whatnot to let the user know this location?


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Samuel V 27 August 2014

perfect if you can't afford bandicam

Does everything bandicam does pretty much. It's a must-have! :D


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Mark A 02 August 2014

Functional and easy to use. Recommended.

This is a fantastic little tool that permits you to record any of your GM games as you play. Simply import the project into the game, add the recorder instance and press F1. Easy, and gives great results


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Anonymous 19 July 2014

Must have!

Perfect little extension, no fuss to setup and start recording.

This review was left for a previous version of this asset.

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