Windows game recording has grown phenomenally since the start of the decade. The major proponent of this growth has been the rise of YouTube and other streaming services like Twitch and Discord. Hence, these services have given a platform for the community of gamers to share their experiences online. Moreover, gamers can even talk about tips/tricks, have competitions and support each other. Consequently, recording and uploading gameplays including live streaming and esports are all byproducts of the betterment of streaming technology. Conclusively, it’s nothing short of an industry today.
Since a lot of gamers depend on YouTube and other ad revenue, setting up a gaming rig which allows them to attract more viewers is key to their success. One of the initial investments of any streamer has to make involves a screen or game recording software. When they had just rolled out, this software used to be limited to capturing what was on the desktop screen. No more though. Today, most of these software’s allow you to capture webcam footage, superimpose logos, benchmark performance and what not. All these features allow streamers to customize their content and add their own flair to their projects.