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Journeyman III

Recording file format

Hello good day!

I would like to make a suggestion for improvement in the application Re-live, which by the way is very good. I am a customer of AMD since 2012, it is already my second AMD GPU that I acquire during these years and I intend to continue using the brand.

Currently in the re-live software there are 2 file format options, being AVC and HEVC. I use video capture card for video production, I use Avermedia's Live Game Portable, which has 2 format options, being MP4 and .TS H.264 + ACC.

The .TS H.264 + ACC format. is excellent in compression and quality, which helps us a lot when rendering the video in Adobe Media Encoder. A 1.5 gb file takes an average of 30 minutes to complete.

When I record using re-live software, the same file with the same image and size settings, it takes an average of 3 to 4 hours to render through the same program, meaning it is totally impracticable to make gameplays with it. Too bad the recording is great.

Therefore, I would suggest that the software allow the same form of compression of the capture card. If necessary, I can provide a sample video recorded by it for analysis.

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Not sure if this would be redundant, but can you convert the Relive file into MP4 or H264 then use your program to encode it?

I have read there is a very good program video editors use called HANDBRAKE: HandBrake 1.2.0 Free Download - VideoHelp .

It outputs MP4 and H264 formats.

This may be helpful concerning Handbrake conversions: video - Lossless conversion of MKV to MP4 with Handbrake - Stack Overflow


Hello, I've already been recommended this handbrake software.

But it would be more labor-intensive, losing 15 to 20 minutes to convert a 10-minute file. After that, I go to the Adobe Premiere editing program. I make the appropriate edits, some effects, and then exported to the Adobe Media Encoder for final conversion of the video.

I already did this test and it was not feasible. Today I use my capture card, the big problem that at 1080p resolution it records only at 30 FPS. My big wish is that the file generated by re-live has the same compression as the capture card. So it would have a 1080p 60 video and with enough agility to edit.