4 Replies Latest reply on Jul 6, 2017 5:43 PM by moar1333

    Relive & Fullscreen games

    moar1333

      Hello,

       

      Regarding The Binding of Isaac Afterbirth+, it seems that it can't be recorded with AMD Relive in full-screen mode for some unknown reasons, does anyone know what might be possible wrong or a fix for it ? Facing the same issue with lots of other games as well. Thank you guys in advance, highly appreciated.Relive and

        • Re: Relive & Fullscreen games
          ray_m

          This game appears to be an old title developed for Windows XP, so it issues can be expected.


          The general rule is games running in DX12 or Vulcan can only be recorded when running in border less windowed mode.

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            • Re: Relive & Fullscreen games
              moar1333

              Hi,

               

              So how can it be old and at the same time using Vulcan or DX12, I don't believe it remotely can do such a thing as borderless mode, only thing available is windowed mode, and it has a huge border that looks really bad, any other suggestions on the title, maybe a different recording software then ?

                • Re: Relive & Fullscreen games
                  ray_m

                  Those are two separate statements. In your case, the game is probably too old to work properly with Relive.


                  The second statement about DX12 and Vulkan applies to current titles.

                    • Re: Relive & Fullscreen games
                      moar1333

                      Hi,

                       

                      I see what you meant, to shed more light the game is basically a 2014 game so by no means it is neither old nor new, the issue definitely lies elsewhere, regarding the statement of if it's too old or too new it won't work, then what's the point behind using Relive? Do you happen to know a replacement, or a fix if possible?

                       

                      Sincerely,

                      Mo.