2020/02/18 8:01:13 PM

Fraps 3.5.99 Released


Fraps 3.5 adds the much requested feature to allow AVI movie files larger than 4 gigabytes. Fraps will now write hybrid OpenDML/AVI files and allow large movies on NTFS drives. There’s still an option to split at 4 gigabytes for legacy AVI 1.0 support.

Please be aware that the minimum system requirements have changed in Fraps 3.5.0. We now require a CPU with SSE2 instructions (Pentium 4 & above). Windows XP or higher is also now required.



Fraps 3.5.99 – 26th February, 2013


– Fixed counter not appearing in Aero desktop (DWM) and DX10 games after latest Windows Update


Fraps 3.5.9 – 30th August, 2012


– Fixed crash when initiating loop recording

– Fixed periodic stutter for some users during loop recording


Fraps 3.5.8 – 22nd August, 2012


– Fixed intermittent crash recording from OpenGL games

– Fixed crash when unable to access sound device

– Fixed minor memory leak with Win7/Vista sound recording

– Fixed crash encountered by some users when ending a recording


Fraps 3.5.7 – 14th August, 2012


– Fixed audio sync in long recordings for Windows XP users

– Fixed problem taking screenshots from DWM even with counter on screen

– Fixed 64-bit DirectX 11 games always being recorded in lossless RGB

– Fixed corruption in video when audio source set to 11.25kHz

– Other minor bug fixes


Fraps 3.5.6 – 21st July, 2012


– Fixed microphone drifting out of sync in long recordings under Windows 7 & Vista

– Fixed clipping with audio sources greater than 8 channels

– Fixed audio from mono USB devices only appearing in left channel

– Reduced latency of capture from external inputs


Fraps 3.5.5 – 12th June, 2012


– Fixed black borders captured around GameMaker based games

– Fixed crash in D3D10/11 video recording with 64-bit applications

– Fixed scrambled colors saved with some 10-bit color modes


Fraps 3.5.4 – 30th May, 2012


– Improved capture speed for D3D8 games

– Fixed Max Payne 1 not recording when AA enabled

– Fixed error when initializing DirectX on Windows 7


Fraps 3.5.3 – 27th May, 2012


– Fixed micro-stutter in recorded video after temporary framerate drop

– Fixed missing video frames in some games after rendering paused

– Fixed bug causing error message on startup for some users


Fraps 3.5.2 – 20th May 2012


– Fixed missing audio at end of long recordings

– Fixed error preventing movie playback in Windows Media Player

– Fixed screen freezing when starting video capture in Minecraft & other OpenGL games

– Fixed crash during video mode switch in DosBox


Fraps 3.5.1 – 18th May 2012


– Added support for exFAT drives writing larger than 4 Gigabytes

– Fixed crash when large custom resolutions used in game


Fraps 3.5.0 – 26th April 2012


– Support for large AVI movie files (above 4 Gigabytes) on NTFS drives

– Added option to split AVIs at 4 Gigabytes for legacy AVI 1.0 support

– Fixed loop recording using large amounts of disk space for short clips

– Fixed benchmark logs not being saved if game was quit before benchmark ended

– Fixed View folder not opening window on some machines


– NEW MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: CPU with SSE2 required (Pentium 4 & above)

– Windows 2000 is no longer supported (Windows XP & above)

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