PlayClaw is game video recording and streaming tool with various overlays
- Freemium • Proprietary
- Screen Recorder
- Screenshot Capture Tool
What is PlayClaw?
The amazing PlayClaw video capture tool gives customers incredible power!
PlayClaw has been designed to make full use of multi-core processors and hardware accelerated H.264 codecs, which ensures the outstanding quality of the output with a minimal impact on system performance. PlayClaw will record full HD videos of your gameplay with high frame rates with your audio commentary with minimal possible performance hit!
The other nifty feature is PlayClaw’s ability to render helpful overlays over game screen. PlayClaw will show you who's speaking in games using Teamspeak 3, leading to better teamwork. Check your GPU/CPU load and temperatures right in game with PlayClaw's overlays. Overlays are fully compatible with the latest versions of Windows and graphics engines.
At A Glance: Capture game video with optional recording game audio H.264 encoding with hardware acceleration (Intel QuickSync, NVidia Encoder, AMD VCE encoder) Streaming to YouTube, Twitch and other RTMP services Special capture desktop mode in Windows 7, 8/8.1 and 10 Adjustable video recording frame rate and size Up to 16 audio sources Unique pre-recording feature Output in multiple formats (AVI, MP4) Capture screenshots Various overlays: voice overlays for Teamspeak 3, FPS, CPU/GPU statistics, timers, etc. Webcam overlay support Support for 3rd party overlays via plugins system. Multithreaded compression code Realtime audio preprocessing engine Profile-based settings Compatible with PunkBuster & Valve Anti Cheat
Comments and Reviews
- Screenshot Capture
Win32/Heur trojen virus detected.
Hi! I think it's a false positive, please see this link http://playclaw.com/forum/index.php?/topic/1484-problem-with-virus/ from their forum, anyway when in doubt do not use. I'll not mark this with a warning because false positives do happen. I did test it with VirusTotal only 3 Anti-virus gave positive and the only one that detected Win32/Heur was AVG, like the post in the forum explains. Anyway thank you for the info.
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