ShadowPlay is a graphics-accelerated overlay to record and share high-quality gameplay videos, screenshots, and livestreams.
Nvidia ShadowPlay vs Plays.tv opinions
cant record full game sessions which is what everyone used playstv for
Editing is poor and shadow play is too noticeably intensive
recording full games isn't good
The world's easiest way to start streaming or recording your PC or Console games.
Gamecaster Live Streaming vs Plays.tv opinions
XSplit is a streamer, not a background recorder
XSplit is a streaming program, not a recording program that is similar to plays.tv
Haven't you thought about saving the most exciting moments of your Minecraft, Diablo III, or Grand Theft Auto gaming? With Gecata by Movavi, you can record a full-screen gameplay at 60 fps and save it as MP4 video with recommended configurations for YouTube upload.
Medal helps you share and watch epic gaming moments with your closest friends.
Medal.tv vs Plays.tv opinions
Medal.tv supports whole session recording for also a while now. Only thing that I still keep missing from plays.tv is that old recordings are automaticly deleted if storage space ran out.
cannot record whole game session which is what everyone used plays.tv for
in the program I do not have the opportunity to record the whole session as it was in Plays.TV
doesn't record whole gameplay
If it recorded the whole game, I'd use it.
Cant record the entire session, only an amount of seconds...
NVTray provides some extra quality tweaks that both the default NVIDIA tray icon and control panel are lacking. I especially wanted to be able to select more Antialiasing modes, as well as OpenGL and Direct3D options right from the tray icon.