All of these programs have their up- and downsides. There is no perfect recording program and they all have unique functions.
- Bandicam (using a rectangle)
- Fraps (unknown)
- xSplit (using a rectangle)
- OBS Project (streaming, unknown)
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
After you downloaded FRAPS (you can buy it to unlock more features) follow those steps:
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.
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.
And that's it! You've recorded your Rust footage. Now you can edit it and upload it to Youtube.