Recording Rust

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Programs

All of these programs have their up- and downsides. There is no perfect recording program and they all have unique functions.

Tools

Take a look at the PlayRust.net Extras which you can use to provide your viewers with additional resources. Also take a look at Overwolf, it's not supported for Rust yet, but will probably become supported in the future

Tutorials

  • FRAPS:

Working Steps:
After you downloaded FRAPS (you can buy it to unlock more features) follow those steps:

1. Open FRAPS then go to "Movies" tab.
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2. Select 30fps (youtube fps), check "Stereo", "Record Win7 sound" (for windows xp is not working) and "Record external input" if you want to record your voice.
Note: You can customize other settings, like capture key or folder to save movies in.
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3. Go on the Rust official pageand Play the Game. You'll see the yellow "FPS Counter" at the top left corner of your game screen.
Note: If you can't see the "FPS Counter" then enter the fullscreen mode and then revert to normal screen.
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4. Once you are ready to start recording press "Your capture key" and the counter should turn red.
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5. Once you have finished recording, press "Your capture key" and your FPS Counter should change back to yellow.
Note: You'll find the movie in your folder to save movies in.
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And that's it! You've recorded your Rust footage. Now you can edit it and upload it to Youtube.