is it possible to add option to disable mouse cursor in RELive?
nope - as it renders the captured image "as is"so when you play without mouse cursor you can record it
btw - simply use a 5 pixel dot as cursor - you still see it, but its hard 2 notice
for gameplays this is horrible ends up being obsolete software. If we do not have the right to remove the mouse cursor unfortunately I will uninstall the relive and return to the action!
I think you are wrong sir, please refrain to come here on the forum bashing an awesome free tools that everyone could use just because you couldn't get the feature that matter to you.You can use Relive or not, nobody force you to do so, if you want to remove the mouse cursor, invest into a gamepad or switch to consoles!!
???there is NO reason for that feature
as i said - the magic works that it takes the output (what you would see) and encodes it into a video - so if there is a mouse cursor than you will see it there too... -> and actually thats ReLives or AMF/VCE's job!and ALL Encoders do so i think
BUT you can try a different way:
download latest release: GitHub - Xaymar/obs-studio_amf-encoder-plugin: AMD Advanced Media Framework Encoder Plugin for Open Broadcaster Studio download latest: https://obsproject.com/ OBS Studio
set it up properly AND add GameCapture:
I already used obs studio with amd encoder, plus acquiring a rx 560 because of relive advertisement, I liked the idea of having a native sotfware of the video card I thought it would be shocking to use it and differentiated, plus a software like obs studio free surpasses the relive that at the moment is just beauty and propaganda! Thank you for listening!
1. ReLive does what it is supposed to do2. OBS is better for what you want to do3. Xaymars AMF Encoder (as shipped with OBS - or latest from github) has multiple benefits for you
Sorry, but again i don't think that such words toward Relive and the RX560 are deserved!
Nevertheless you can also try the built in Win10 Game DVR, if i remember well, it have the an option allowing to disable the mouse cursor in recording.
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