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!