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Fraps is a screen capture and recording software application for Windows. Its name is short for frames per second.

A free tool to use, Fraps can record screen activity and capture video up to 30 seconds with watermark for users of the free plan. For users of Windows Vista and Windows 7, Windows Aero needs to be enabled in order to make Fraps work. On Windows 8, only game capture works but not the screen capture functionality.

All screen captures are named and time-stamped. Screenshots can be saved in various format such as the Windows Bitmap (BMP), JPEG, Portable Network Graphics (PNG) or Targe (TGA). There’s also an option to include or disable the Fraps frame rate counter on your screenshot.

In addition to the screen capture and recording capability, this tool also allows benchmarking. It shows the number of frames per second a user is getting in the corner of your screen and can do custom benchmarks. Statistics can also be saved.

Audio and video capture in real time is also possible which means gaming fans can record video while playing their favorite games. With games, it utilizes the DirectX or OpenGL graphic technology.

There’s a default hotkey for every functionality but users can always change it and provide a new key to be assigned to a particular function.
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