Very strange that its "not" easy.. Other recording software, have manage to fix this. But bandicam has not.. So it might be, that they don't want to.They have most likely tried to fix your issue. If you had absolutely any idea how it is to develop a software, especially a video recording one, you would understand that's there not just "one fix" for anything. They know about your issue, they have tried to provide fixes and obviously those don't work.
You even said it yourself that uninstalling PhysX made you able to record.
If you want to help more, post your full computer specifications with what settings you use, OS and all other hardware. That makes it a lot easier to troubleshoot issues.
So ghosts updated and bandicam stopped working. Lol.
Its actually highly likely because of your hardware. Ghosts was a pretty bad port even by Cod standards. If you said disabling PhysX made it work then you pretty much proved it was hardware related. Someone with an AMD GPU wouldn't of had this issue.
as of being able to record it just fine with the normal x264 codec i guess the problem lies within your system or (if you use a different codec) your codec
There's still no harm is listing your system here.
Ghosts updated and broke. Bandicam didn't break anything.
Nevermind.. Moved on to Nvidia Shadowplay. That gives me no lag, smaller file size, no fps drops..did you try to use a different codec? *grasping at straws*
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