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Name: PlayClaw
Version: 2.1.0 build 1502
Date: Nov 30, 2011
Cost: Free Trial / Full Purchase $29.95
Source: http://playclaw.com/

  • Free Version includes watermarks on captured video.
  • Requires Windows XP, 2003, Vista, Win7 and their x64 editions
  • Requires DirectX 8, 9, 10 or DirectX 11
  • Requires administrator rights
  • It is recommended to use modern multicore processor with NVidia or ATI graphics card


For a video description, click HERE.

PlayClaw is a very useful tool for almost every game player and a "must-have" tool for hardcore gamers.

For showing off slick new tricks or proving you really can take down The Boss with one shot, nothing shows it better than video. Until PlayClaw nothing worked too good with modern games, because cutting edge games try to hog every ounce of your PC's power, leaving little available to other applications. This results in choppy video, distorted still shots or massive bitmap files.

Use full power of your multicore CPU

Most game video capture software, if you can use it during a game at all, will slow your PC to a crawl. PlayClaw is different, making full use of any multi-core processors and with lean coding designed specifically for use during resource-hungry games!

Capture all modern game graphics

Be it OpenGL, DirectX 8,9,10 or 11, if your machine can run the game well you can now capture it all with virtually no hit to the frame-rate or action, even at full resolution video! You can also adjust the size for making smaller files. PlayClaw is good game video recording alternative.

Here are some tutorials that anyone new to PlayClaw should read:

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Here are some game-related tutorials related to modding with this tool:

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Feel free to reply here and let us know of any additional tutorials or tutorial sites that are out there in the wild that we do not know about.

Also, feel free to post any requests for tutorials. I will try to keep a compiled collection of requests on the 2nd post. Bare in mind that requests are generally for ANYONE to complete...not specific to an individual.

List of requested tutorials (number on the end is how many times it has been requested)

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