Which program(s) are you using to record? If you don't mind me asking.
I use Bandicam. I switched over from FRAPS for a few reasons:
1. Option to split audio tracks (in-game audio on one track and mic audio on another for editing purposes)
2. More quality options (720p, 1080p, and a range of fps)
3. It compresses as it records (smaller file sizes and the whole recording is in one file, not a billion 4GB files like FRAPS)
4. Has a recording timer in the menu so you know how long you've been recording
5. Has ability to record custom window frame sizes (to record a small portion of the screen)
It costs $10 dollars more than FRAPS (Bandicam costs $40.00) but is well worth the money. Here's the link to buy Bandicam: http://www.bandicam.com/
I'm not being paid to advertise Bandicam, I just like to let people know why I use the products I do, when they ask. Hope this helps, and I'm always open to questions and comments.
Not bad, I might have to look into that. I like FRAPS and all, but those are some nice features. Currently, I'm manually splitting my audio by not using FRAPS to record the mic and using a Open Source editor called Audacity. I really needed this feature because my old mic had way too much static (plus it ran on the built in sound card which picks up a lot of electric noise).
Looks like we're going to be busy for Patch 14. I'm kind of bummed tho, I got behind and Didn't get to the Barbarian before the patch. My wizard stuff is just uploading now. Ah well, what happens when life gets in the way. :)
I'm looking forward to the next patch! And thanks for the comment, KageKaze. Here's my Diablo 3 Battletag if you're interested in doing some co-op videos, or just to mess around. And this is for anyone that sees this and is in the beta: Jebzar#1196
One skill I did not include in the video was Smoke Screen for the Demon Hunter. Smoke Screen allows the Demon Hunter to turn invisible for 4 seconds. Somehow this skill didn't make it into the video. Sorry!