How to use 'Game Recording' mode

To record various 2D/3D games that use the DirectX/OpenGL/Vulkan graphics technologies, start Bandicam and choose the 'Game Recording Mode' by clicking the gamepad icon and then start the game you want to record.
The 'Game Recording' mode allows you to record your gameplay without lag while showing FPS.


Video tutorial of 'Game Recording' mode


Recording process of 'Game Recording' mode


1. Choose 'Game Recording' mode and start the recording target.
When the recording target is executed, there will be a green-colored number (FPS) appearing in the top-left corner. Green color number (FPS) in the top-left corner » If you can't see the green FPS number, visit the FAQ page.


2. Click the 'Record' button or press the hotkey (F12) to start the recording. Record and Stop button - Hotkey F12 As the recording starts, the green-colored number will change to red.


3. Click the 'Stop' button (◼) or press the hotkey (F12) to complete the recording. Bandicam, Press the Stop button to complete the recording


4. Go to 'Home -> Video' to play, edit or upload the captured videos. Bandicam, find recorded videos


How to record Windows Games/Apps (UWP) in Microsoft Store

To record Windows Games/Apps (UWP) in Microsoft Store, start Bandicam -> General -> Advanced -> and check the "Windows Apps (UWP)" option. » See more Bandicam, Record Microsoft Store games, Windows store games


What can be recorded through Bandicam Game Recorder?

This 'Game Recording' mode can record the streaming videos that run on DirectX (Or OpenGL), such as various 2D/3D games (World of Warcraft, Minecraft, RuneScape, Aion, StarCraft 2, Maplestory, Guild Wars 2...), internet TV streaming videos, iTunes, Windows Media Player, HDTV capture cards.

'Game Recording' mode offers a better quality recording than 'Screen Recording' mode'; If possible, it is better to use 'Game Recording' mode.