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For Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 7 and x64 Editions

Fraps is a universal Windows application that can be used with games using DirectX or OpenGL graphic technology. In its current form Fraps performs many tasks and can best be described as:

Benchmarking Software - Show how many Frames Per Second (FPS) you are getting in a corner of your screen. Perform custom benchmarks and measure the frame rate between any two points. Save the statistics out to disk and use them for your own reviews and applications.

Screen Capture Software - Take a screenshot with the press of a key! There's no need to paste into a paint program every time you want a new shot. Your screen captures are automatically named and timestamped.

Realtime Video Capture Software - Have you ever wanted to record video while playing your favourite game? Come join the Machinima revolution! Throw away the VCR, forget about using a DV cam, game recording has never been this easy! Fraps can capture audio and video up to 2560x1600 with custom frame rates from 10 to 100 frames per second!

All movies are recorded in outstanding quality. If you have Windows Media Player please sample some of the movies captured with Fraps at www.fraps.com

* Requires DirectX 9.0c or DirectX 10
* Requires Administrator rights
* Supports all modern CPU's (Pentium 3 and above)
* Captures fastest with an NVIDIA GeForce or ATI Radeon graphics card

31st March 2010 - Fraps 3.2.2 Released

Fraps 3.2 brings a new feature for registered users - loop recording, constantly capture the previous 30 seconds of video.

To start the buffering press and hold the video capture hotkey for a second. The Fraps counter will turn pink to show that video is being cached. When you want to save the action simply tap the capture hotkey and the recording will continue as normal (including the previous 30 seconds of footage).

Never miss a moment again.

Fraps, or it didn't happen!

3.2.2 - 31st Mar 2010
- Fixed trouble opening movies with VLC, Avidemux, AVI synth, Virtualdub and some other applications
- Fixed problem capturing stereoscopic movies at 1920x1080 and 1920x1200
- Fixed loop recordings sometimes becoming corrupted

3.2.1 - 29th Mar 2010
- Fixed screen capture of large resolutions (ATI Eyefinity)
- Fixed counter disappearing in some games when switching resolution
- Improved recording speed on SLI configurations
- Other minor bug/crash fixes

3.2.0 - 26th Mar 2010
- Added loop recording for registered users. Press and hold video capture hotkey to start 30 second buffer
- Added option to disable stereoscopic capture when running with NVIDIA 3DVision
- Major optimizations for recording from D3D10 & D3D11 games

4th March 2010 - Fraps 3.1.2 Released

Fraps 3.1 gives you the option to capture video with or without a locked framerate. If you have a fast machine you can now play your games at a higher speed than the target movie framerate.

We are also aware that quite a few people with Intel i5/i7 configurations were having difficulty loading Fraps on Windows 7. This issue has been fixed in the new release.

3.1.2 - 4th Mar 2010
- Fixed STALKER: Call of Pripyat not loading with Fraps running
- Fixed slow recording speeds for some users in Battlefield: Bad Company 2
- Fixed Guild Wars crashing when moving between zones
- Fixed videos being recorded at double width on some nvidia configurations
- Fixed colors being inverted in video captured from some DX10 games
- Fixed multiple FRAPS32.DLL crashes

3.1.1 - 11th Feb 2010
- Fixed detection of loading screens when recording with unlocked framerate
- Added product information to installer

3.1.0 - 8th Feb 2010
- Added option to capture videos with framerate locked or unlocked
- Fixed startup crash for some Intel i5/i7 configurations under Windows 7
- Minimum recording speed is now 1 fps to allow for time lapse recording
- Fixed vista desktop recording not capturing mouse cursor
- Fixed sound length for Vista/Win7 recordings
- Added large address support to 32-bit codec
- Fixed window starting off screen on some multi-monitor systems

21st November 2009 - Fraps 3.0.3 Released

New features and a new look! Fraps is now compatible with Windows 7 and the latest DirectX 11 games.

Ventrilo & TeamSpeak users have long wanted a way to record their microphone and speakers at the same time. For Windows 7 and Vista we've added realtime sound mixing to our video recording so you can now capture both sides of the conversation!

NVIDIA have recently included stereoscopic 3D support directly into their drivers. If you play your DirectX9 (D3D9) game with 3D Vision enabled you can use Fraps to record the game in full 3D too! You'll get a side-by-side stereo AVI recording that you can drop straight in to a stereoscopic 3D player!

Finally, we are aware that more and more people are putting Fraps to professional use. We've added a new option to force lossless RGB compression to ensure that you always have the highest quality video output to work with.

3.0.3 - 21st Nov 2009
- Fixed installer not displaying correctly for some users under Win7

3.0.2 - 18th Nov 2009
- Fixed inability to put machine to sleep with Fraps running
- Fixed bug preventing people from updating the benchmark timeout value
- Fixed problem restoring Fraps window to previous position upon startup
- Fixed AUDIODG.EXE consuming large amounts of CPU for some users

3.0.1 - 8th Nov 2009
- Added minimize to systray option for Win7 users
- Fixed video capture frame rate defaulting to 30 fps when Fraps loads


3.0.0 - 5th Nov 2009
- DirectX 11 support
- Compatible with Windows 7 final (RTM) and RC1 versions
- Stereoscopic 3D Vision video capture up to 1920x1200 for D3D9 games
- Force lossless RGB option to always capture video in pure form
- Ability to mix both game sound and external input such as microphone (Vista/Win7 only)

16th October 2009 - Fraps 2.9.99 Released

Fraps has just turned TEN, version 1.0 being released all the way back on August 25, 1999!

Looking back it's kind of hard to believe how much has changed since those early days of DirectX and 3D graphics. From simple beginnings we've seen the prevalence of real-time benchmarking, and the emergence of the amazing machinima community from video captured in-game.

A very special thank you to all who have helped Fraps evolve and improve over the last decade!

2.9.99 - 16th Oct 2009
- Fixed flickering video capture in Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising
- Fixed 30-bit color captures in Eve Online
- Fixed mouse cursor not being recorded in Conquer Online
- Other minor bug fixes


2.9.9 - 29th Aug 2009
- Fixed missing audio in Adobe Premiere and Sony Vegas
- Fixed benchmarks not being written to benchmark folder
- Fixed loading crash when attempting to start Fraps
- Fixed stalling/stuttering after first 4 gig AVI segment
- Fixed mouse cursor image/transparency corruption
- Fixed mouse cursor offset in some applications
- Fixed crash when recording above 1920x1200 for some users
- Fixed crash after stopping video capture in Windows 2000
- Fixed crash in some DirectX10 applications
- Fixed random windows crashes with fraps.dll
- Fixed missing systray icon if explorer restarts
- Fixed frapsvid.dll and frapsv64.dll crashes when importing/playing video
- Fixed Run Fraps when Windows starts option
- Fixed Starcraft stalling during video capture
- Fixed limited CPU affinity of main Fraps process
- Fixed yellow corruption displayed in Plants vs Zombies
- Fixed capture speed of many older DDRAW games

3rd January 2009 - Fraps 2.9.8 Released

Fraps 2.9 adds support for Vista and DirectX 10 games. With games starting to appear using DirectX 10 graphics we are happy to report that benchmarking, video capture, and screenshots are now all fully supported for these titles.

Vista also includes a rewritten audio subsystem. Fraps can take advantage of this and directly record a sound stream from the machine without requiring any support from the soundcard driver. This allows you to capture ingame audio even if you are using a USB headset or other audio device which does not normally support a "Stereo Mix" or "What U Hear" recording input.

Since the Vista Desktop Window Manager (DWM) runs through DirectX we have also added a new option to monitor the desktop under Vista. You can now take screenshots and record video from the desktop just like any other game or 3D application.

2.9.8 - 3rd Jan 2009
- Fixed crash on installation for some users
- Fixed Fraps not working with Combat Arms
- Fixed counter not switching properly between multiple active 3D applications
- Fixed Fraps not detecting windowed games while monitoring DWM
- Systray icon now turns red while recording
- Minor optimizations and bug fixes
- Reduced memory footprint of 64-bit version of Fraps

2.9.7 - 19th Dec 2008
- Fixed 64-bit applications crashing soon after loading
- Fixed low quality sound recording with Left 4 Dead under Windows XP
- Fixed graphic corruption in X-Plane (and other OpenGL titles)
- Fixed crash when recording a DirectX 9 game and changing resolution
- Fixed Fraps not detecting games after being run at Windows startup
- Fixed hotkeys not responding when Alt held down
- Fixed monitoring of Vista DWM after a full-screen application has exited
- Fixed Fluidmark displaying a blank screen with Fraps loaded
- Fixed FS9 crashing when menu activated while recording
- Fixed DWMAPI error on some Windows XP installs
- Improved recording speed of DirectX9 games in Vista SP1 and SP2 beta
- Added warning if no sound recording device found under Windows 2000 or XP

2.9.6 - 2nd Oct 2008
- Fixed games such as Stalker not being detected in 2.9.5
- Fixed video capture corruption in FSX on multi monitor setups
- Fixed codec crashes in large projects
- Fixed Fraps not starting with Windows when running on battery power
- Fixed Fraps closing when switching to battery power
- Fixed OpenGL video capture not recording correct viewport in some applications
- Fixed sound sync when recording started while rendering paused

2.9.5 - 10th Sep 2008
- Added Stereo & Multichannel recording options for Direct Stream audio in Vista
- Added support for many DDRAW games running in windowed mode
- Added support for games that use multiple swapchains in D3D9
- Added large size icon for Vista
- Fixed slow video capture speeds recording many older DDRAW games
- Fixed capture crash for DDRAW games in XP SP3
- Fixed misaligned audio with Vista Direct Stream when sound was silent
- Fixed 64-bit OpenGL apps not being detected
- Fixed long delay starting video capture on some Vista configurations
- Fixed crash in Fraps if video capture key pressed quickly in succession
- Fixed Fraps exit dialog appearing at random intervals
- Fixed "This program might not have installed correctly" error in Vista
- Fixed corrupted volume slider in Vista when Fraps loaded
- Fixed scrambled colors when recording in 8-bit and 16-bit from some older games
- Fixed crash loading levels in Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory

2.9.4 - 14th Jan 2008
- Added 64-bit Fraps FPS1 codec
- Added support for resolutions up to 2560x1600 on single core CPUs
- Fixed crash when recording with sound under Vista SP1
- Fixed D3D9 recording speed on x64 versions of Windows
- Fixed Windows start bug when Fraps installed in a folder with a space in the name
- Improved compatibility with 3rd party graphic utilities

2.9.3 - 21st Nov 2007
- Fixed crash in DX10 games when AA enabled
- Fixed sound sync/length issue when 29.97 option used
- Improved video capture smoothness on slower hard drives
- Fixed LCD output displaying wrong resolution for DX10 games
- Fixed Run Fraps when Windows starts option under Vista
- Added support for DX8 SwapChains
- Reduced delay between split AVIs

2.9.2 - 10th Sep 2007
- Fixed Direct Stream sound recording with 5.1 speaker configuration
- Fixed World Of Warcraft crash if Alt-Tab pressed while recording
- Fixed startup error under XP when Alky installed
- Fixed DX10 support when DXGI_PRESENT_TEST flag used
- Fixed function keys not responding in FFXI

2.9.1 - 12th Jul 2007
- Fixed blank video capture occurring with some configurations

2.9.0 - 10th Jul 2007
- Added support for DirectX 10
- Added option to monitor Desktop Window Manager under Vista
- Added Direct Stream sound recording for Vista
- Fixed screen tearing in video captured from DX9 games
- Fixed G15 LCD output running fast on Vista machines
- Improved resource sharing with multithreaded games
- Added numerous crash and compatibility fixes

21st December 2006 - Fraps 2.8.2 Released

Got Dual Core? For video capture we're happy to announce the removal of resolution restrictions on multi-core systems. So whether you want to record in 1280x1024 or go for HD 1080p you now have the choice :)

We're also proud to once again be a sponsor of the Machinima Film Festival. For anyone interested in the convergence of games and cinema this is THE event to attend and we look forward to seeing the year's best Machinima. If you're in the New York area on Nov 4th-5th please consider checking out the festival and saying hi! More information: http://festival.machinima.org/

2.8.2 - 21st Dec 2006
- Fixed gamma not being applied to video in some DirectX games
- Fixed macro keys playing back slowly when G15 display enabled
- Fixed crash taking screenshots when recording a movie at the same time
- Fixed high CPU load on some machines with LCD output

2.8.1 - 26th Oct 2006
- Fixed skewed video capture when game resolution width not a multiple of 8
- Fixed slow full-size recording when anti-aliasing forced in NVIDIA Control Panel
- Fixed blank/garbage captures after switching between multiple games
- Fixed crash on Fraps exit

2.8.0 - 20th Oct 2006
- Added full-size video capture up to 2560x1600 for dual core CPUs
- Added G15 gameinfo screen (mapped to 4th button)
- Added Targa (TGA) screenshot format support
- Added dual core optimizations to Fraps FPS1 codec
- Added extra digit to counter (now displays above 999 fps)
- Improved full-size D3D9 video capture speed (10-20%)
- Fixed G15 display not scaling properly with high framerates
- Fixed Company of Heroes reporting 999 fps
- Fixed mouse cursor offset in some windowed applications
- Fixed flickering movies recording Flight Simulator 9/FSX with dual monitors

18th June 2006 - Fraps 2.7.4 Released

The latest Fraps 2.7 release adds support for the new Logitech® G15™ keyboard. The G15 features an inbuilt LCD display and with Fraps you can now see an FPS history graph during your gaming sessions. Reviewers will also like the fact that there is a counter keeping track of timed benchmarks. For those who prefer recording movies without the overlay on screen you will also find a separate indicator for video capture.

We've also spent a lot of time optimizing the video capture routines with big gains on many configurations (up to 20% faster on single core CPUs). Great for capturing high resolutions with smooth frame rates.

2.7.4 - 18th Jun 2006
- Fixed intermittent crash on XP SP1 systems
- Fixed audio click when start of recording delayed

2.7.3 - 30th Apr 2006
- Added support for latest version of GameGuard (Maple Story, Ragnarok)
- Fixed capture speed on dual cores when CPU affinity has been user selected
- Fixed audio length of recorded movies to match video length
- Fixed screen capture on Dell 30" (2560x1600)
- Fixed problem updating 64-bit components under Windows x64 editions
- Fixed detection of Monitor Mixer on M-Audio sound cards
- Fixed mouse cursor not being saved when game running in 16-bit color mode

2.7.2 - 3rd Dec 2005
- Fixed corruption in screenshots & video capture with latest ATI Catalysts

2.7.1 - 9th Nov 2005
- Fixed bug restoring sound input
- Fixed animation on LCD after exiting game
- Updated installer to NSIS 2.10

2.7.0 - 6th Nov 2005
- Added support for Logitech G15 keyboard LCD
- Improved video capture routines (up to 20% faster on single cores)
- Reduced codec memory consumption in Movie Maker and Premiere
- Added Alt key modifier support for hotkey selections
- Fixed extended hotkeys triggering with numpad equivalents
- Added video capture support for 1920x540 and 2160x480 resolutions
- Removed FRAPSSEC log option. Superseded by detailed FPS statistics
- Fixed What U Hear not being detected on some Creative cards

15th August 2005 - Fraps 2.6.4 Released

A number of fixes have been included in the latest Fraps release. Some common problems have been resolved so we recommend all users check the changelog and update to the latest version.

2.6.4 - 15th Aug 2005
- Fixed custom movie fps reverting to 29.97 after multiple restarts
- Fixed sound not being captured in all movies under Windows 2000
- Fixed error message when running Fraps under limited user account
- Fixed settings not being saved for limited users
- Fixed Risk Your Life and Lineage 2 not capturing for some users
- Added warning message if Direct3D debug runtime active
- Installer will now update codec if it's being used at the time

2.6.3 - 17th Jul 2005
- Fixed intermittent corrupt movie files (codec missing error)
- Fixed screenshot key not always responding with early DirectX games
- Movie & screenshot directories are recreated if they've been deleted
- Added workaround for systems with AlienGUIse (missing checkboxes)

2.6.2 - 5th Jul 2005
- Fixed recording freeze when disk full or directory invalid
- Fixed only a single frame being displayed in short movies
- Set sound capture rate back to 44.1kHz (compatibility issues)
- Fixed no sound playing in clips imported into Pinnacle Studio
- Fraps window now restored to last position on screen

2.6.1 - 29th Jun 2005
- Fixed Guildwars recording crash when changing resolution
- Fixed overlay not moving after selecting a new corner in Fraps
- Changed default sound capture rate to 48kHz
- Fixed D3D9 screen capture with new AA modes
- Fixed crash in POL menu

15th June 2005 - Fraps 2.6.0 Released

This major update adds a much requested feature to directly specify the video capture frame rate. You can now enter any value from 10 fps up to 100 fps with three decimal places of precision. Great for capturing directly to many common video formats including 23.976, 29.97, and 59.94 fps.

Hardware mouse cursors are a feature in many modern games and you now have the ability to capture the screen with or without the cursor overlay. Simply select the No Cursor option to prevent the HW cursor from being saved in your film.

We've introduced a new 64-bit video capture engine for games such as Far Cry and Chronicles of Riddick now available in native Windows x64 format. 64-bit code offers many performance advantages and we will be continuing to optimize in this area with future releases.

A brief reminder to please ensure that your video drivers are up to date. This means at least the 71.89 Forceware drivers available from nVidia, or the 5.6 Catalyst drivers from ATI. The 5.6 Catalysts fix a lot of issues with OpenGL and are highly recommended for Radeon owners.

2.6.0 - 15th Jun 2005
- Added custom movie frame rate selection (record from 10 to 100 fps)
- Added option to capture video with or without hardware mouse cursor
- Added support for 1-bit Windows hardware cursors
- New 64-bit video capture engine under Windows x64
- Improved performance capturing half-size video on most systems
- Fixed PNG and JPG screenshots for native 64-bit games
- Fixed detailed benchmark statistics not saving for native 64-bit games
- Fixed OpenGL error raised when capturing with Radeon graphics card
- Fixed horizontal graphic noise in video capture of old DirectX titles
- Fixed graphic corruption capturing Winamp AVS plugin
- Fixed codec playback crash when out of memory

7th April 2005 - Fraps 2.5.5 Released

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR NVIDIA 6600/6800 SLI OWNERS: It has been brought to our attention that SLI render modes in the 71.84 drivers will not activate with Fraps 2.5.3 (and earlier) running in the background. This results in games always running with Single-GPU performance.

All SLI users are urged to update to the latest Fraps which does not conflict with SLI rendering.

Special thanks to Chris Ray (nV News) and Brent Justice (HardOCP) for identifying this issue.

2.5.5 - 7th Apr 2005
- Fixed freeze when switching DirectDraw resolutions (WinUAE)
- Fixed DirectX applications closing after exiting Fraps
- Fixed blurred video playback above 1024x768 on ATI cards

2.5.4 - 18th Mar 2005
- Resolved conflict preventing SLI with 71.84 Forceware drivers
- Fixed crash when right clicking in change directory window
- Fixed crash in some browsers when launching Help window

2.5.3 - 3rd Mar 2005
- Fixed crash under Japanese Windows, SW: Galaxies, and other games
- Fixed alpha blending of mouse cursors under OpenGL
- Fixed green frame at start of split AVI's

2.5.2 - 24th Feb 2005
- Fixed sound detection of Intel HD Audio (Realtek HD)
- Fixed compatibility with current nProtect games (Gunbound)
- Fixed crash when running multiple game clients simultaneously

2.5.1 - 29th Dec 2004
- Fixed crash with Windows Movie Maker
- Additional optimizations for better video playback on low-end systems

10th December 2004 - Fraps 2.5.0 Released

It's now five years since Fraps was first released to the public. To help celebrate the milestone we've released the next major update, Fraps 2.5

There's something for everyone with 60 fps recording, HDTV 1280x720 supprt, and extra lossless compression that reduces the burden on hard drives without sacrificing quality. If screenshots are more your thing it's also now possible to automatically capture screens at fixed rate intervals.

We've also taken advantage of the latest benefits in CPU and bus technology. Think nothing can take advantage of PCI-Express? Think again! Fraps 2.5 can process hundreds of megabytes of video data and make full use of the extra bandwidth.

At this point we'd like to extend a very special thanks to all who have supported the program over the years. Your help, suggestions, and registrations have all been instrumental in getting Fraps to the stage it is now and we hope you enjoy the latest release.

We're also very much looking forward to the next five years :)

2.5.0 - 10th Dec 2004
- Added 40 fps, 50 fps, and 60 fps video capture options
- Added HDTV 1280x720 widescreen resolution support
- Additional lossless compression generates smaller video files
- Improved capture performance on native PCI-Express systems
- Improved load balancing on Hyperthreading and dual core CPUs
- Increased maximum full size video capture resolution to 1152x864
- Added white overlay flash when screen capture performed
- Added option to automatically repeat screen capture every x seconds
- Added View Benchmarks, View Movies, and View Screenshots options to systray
- Detailed benchmark statistics can now be individually selected

20th October 2004 - Fraps 2.3.3 Released

Fraps has been updated to accomodate changes in the new Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) release. All XP users should update to the latest version. Fraps 2.3 also allows screenshots to be saved in JPG and PNG formats which are better suited for posting directly to the Internet.

2.3.3 - 20th Oct 2004
- Fixed memory leak in video codec (video editors could crash after time)
- Fixed crash while changing resolutions in some DX9 games
- Aligned data in detailed benchmark CSV files

2.3.2 - 20th Sept 2004
- Fixed blurred playback of 1024x768 movies on ATI cards
- Fixed video capture automatically restarting after recording stopped
- Fixed crash when Record Sound enabled on a machine with no sound card
- Fixed autodetection of best Sound Device with multiple sound cards under XP
- Additional minor fixes for WinXP SP2

2.3.1 - 9th Sept 2004
- Fixed crash in 2.3.0 when Save Detailed Benchmark Statistics enabled
- Fixed incorrect colors recorded from games running in 16-bit color

2.3.0 - 8th Sept 2004
- Many changes for optimum video recording under WinXP SP2
- New 256 color capture engine (perfect quality, smaller filesize)
- Added JPG and PNG screen capture support (registered users)
- Fixed rare codec decoding bug

29th July 2004 - Fraps 2.2.5 Released

DirectX 9.0c is now officially out! We strongly recommend anyone who has updated to the latest version of DirectX to also install Fraps 2.2.5 for the best video capture performance. The changes for Fraps 2.2.5 are listed below:

- Final DirectX 9.0c support for official retail runtime
- Fixed slow DX9 video capture with anti-aliased games and nvidia 61.76/61.77 drivers
- Fixed bug outputting lots of 0 and 1 entries at start of FRAPSSEC log
- Fixed crash when starting video capture in some OpenGL applications

- Preliminary DirectX 9.0c support
- Improved Fraps graphics for systems using large size DPI setting
- Fixed keyboard response delay encountered by some users
- Fixed single dropped video frame in split AVI
- Fixed screen & video capture corruption in Manager Zone
- Fixed Silent Hill 3 crashing on startup when overlay enabled

- Fixed video capture deadlock on single core CPUs

- Fixed screnshot/movie View buttons not always opening folder
- Fixed some 256 color capture issues (Age Of Empires 2, Diablo 2)
- Now permits video/screen capture where no FPS overlay is displayed (Starcraft & Diablo)
- Fixed audio sync when video capture hotkey was pressed before rendering had begun

- Fixed City Of Heroes only working intermittently
- Fixed video capture only saving a single frame for some users
- Improved sound capture support (was not always starting correctly)

11th June 2004 - Fraps 2.2.0 Released

It's time to revisit the classics, Fraps can now capture 256 color mode games! Being fans of retrogaming ourselves we figured it was time to extend support to the earliest of DirectX games. So dig out your old favourites and give them a try in the latest Fraps release, you might be suprised with the results!

With an eye to the past we are also strongly focused on the future. Fraps 2.2.0 can capture the latest DirectX 9 titles better than ever before, especially when run at extreme resolutions! If you love playing at 1280x1024 you'll definitely want to check out this version.

- Added 256 color video and screen capture
- Many old games (DX7 and earlier) better supported
- Faster video capture in the latest DX9 titles
- Fixed OpenGL screen capture (broken in 2.1.1)
- Fixed Final Fantasy XI erratic keyboard/hotkey behaviour
- Added "Run Fraps when Windows starts" option
- Added folder View buttons for movies and screenshots

22nd May 2004 - Fraps 2.1.1 Released

A new maintenance release of Fraps 2.1 is available. This includes the following fixes:

- Fixed sound clipping in between split movie files
- Fixed frame rate counter not showing in some DirectX 8 games (Ford Racing 2)
- Fixed gamma effects not being saved in movies (flashes/fades/explosions)
- Fixed memory leak in OpenGL path
- Fixed 3D applications crashing if Fraps was exited early
- Increased output precision in detailed benchmark statistics (frame times)
- Support for recent Direct X SDK betas (Retail libraries only)

24th March 2004 - Fraps 2.1.0 Released

Fraps enters the 64-bit arena with support for machines with AMD Athlon 64/FX processors! Benchmarking and screen capture features are operating for 64-bit DirectX 9 and OpenGL applications. The only requirement is a 64-bit edition of Windows XP or Windows 2003 Server.

There have been numerous improvements to the video capture engine with much smoother movies for high-end machines. Direct X 9 capture speeds have also improved so you'll notice benefits recording the latest games.

Benchmarking overhaul for enthusiasts and reviewers! Timed benchmarks are a new feature (automatically stops the benchmark after a fixed time period). There's also the ability to output detailed statistics for each run directly to CSV files.

- Added 64-bit benchmarking and screen capture support (AMD64)
- Able to launch Fraps on Athlon XP's with SSE disabled in BIOS
- Fixed counter not showing in some games (Battlefield Vietnam, Midnight Club 2)
- Fixed hotkeys not operating properly in some games (Mafia)
- General: Added Always On Top option for the Fraps window
- General: GUI corruption has been fixed when large DPI is enabled in Display Properties
- FPS: Readded option to only update overlay once a second
- FPS: Added option to stop benchmark automatically after x seconds
- FPS: Added option for detailed benchmark statistics (CSV files saved to the benchmarks directory)
- FPS: Benchmark details automatically saved if program is exited prematurely
- Video: Faster DirectX9 capture speeds when anti aliasing (multisampling) enabled
- Video: Fixed slow capture issue on ATI cards with some DirectX8 games (Deus Ex 2, C&C Generals)
- Video: Recording screens with odd dimensions no longer results in corruption
- Video: Demo version properly crops when resolution is above maximum (no horizontal lines)
- Video: Fixed bug with YUV modes capturing incorrectly
- Video: Smoother video output on high end machines
- Video: Fixed widescreen modes being forced to half size capture
- Video: Audio input is only switched when sound recording is taking place
- Codec: Fixed playback bug causing black or repeated screens when frames are dropped
- Installer: Check to make sure codec installs correctly (Administrator account)
General Questions


What do the options do?

Selecting "Start Fraps minimized" will hide the Fraps dialog screen when you launch the program. Fraps can still be accessed through the icon in the system tray.

Selecting "Fraps window always on top" will ensure the program window remains visible even when switching to another application. This option has no effect if Fraps has been minimized to the system tray.

If you'd like Fraps to be loaded when you turn on your machine enable the "Run Fraps when Windows starts" option.

Fraps also supports separate LCD screens on keyboards such as the Logitech® G15™. If you have a supported keyboard you will see the option to "Display status on keyboard LCD". Enabling this option will allow you to see FPS graphs and other identifiers on the keyboard while playing your games. If you have a G15 but do not see this option then you may need to install the latest G15 drivers available from Logitech's website.

Does Fraps have a performance impact on the game?

There is a small overhead associated with drawing the framerate on screen. This may vary depending on your system configuration, but should remain relatively minimal. The best way to measure it on your own system is to find a game that allows you to benchmark it and compare the results obtained with and without Fraps loaded.

When you are benchmarking the overlay is automatically disabled to provide the most accurate results.

If you are recording a movie with Fraps there can be a noticable impact on the game. This is due to all the extra work involved in saving the screen data to disk.

FPS (Frames Per Second)


What do the options do?

The Overlay Display Hotkey lets you assign a button that will toggle the frame rate counter between the four corners and off. To change the Hotkey, click in the box and type a new key to be assigned this function. Clicking Disable will stop the Hotkey from having any effect.

The Benchmarking Hotkey lets you assign a button that can be used to determine the average frame rate between any two points in a game. To change the Hotkey, click in the box and type a new key to be assigned this function. Clicking Disable will stop the Hotkey from having any effect.

The overlay corner indicates the region of the screen that the framerate counter will be displayed in. Choose a corner that doesn't obstruct important information in the game's display. If you select Disabled the frame rate counter will not be displayed on screen.

Selecting "Only update overlay once a second" will only change the frame rate counter once a second.

Selecting "Save frame rate to file each second" will output the frame rate once a second to the file FRAPSSEC.TXT in your Fraps directory. This option is deprecated and has been removed in Fraps 2.7.0. Use the detailed FPS statistics option to get individual CSV files for each benchmark run.

The "Stop benchmark automatically" option allows you to specify a fixed duration for the benchmark. Once the number of seconds has elapsed the benchmark will automatically stop and the results will be written to disk.

Finally, detailed benchmark statistics can also be saved to disk. These are written in standard CSV files that can be imported directly into a spreadsheet. All files are automatically named/timestamped and saved in the benchmarks subdirectory. Currently there are 3 files written for each benchmark when this option is enabled:

* FPS - Contains the frame rate value for each second of the benchmark
* frametimes - Contains the time (in milliseconds) of every frame that was rendered in the benchmark
* minmaxavg - Contains the total frame count, benchmark duration, minimum, maximum, and average frame rate values.

How can I average the framerate between two points?

While in the game press the key you assigned to the Benchmarking Hotkey. This will mark the start of where averaging is to take place. A green box is displayed to let you know that logging has begun, and then the counter is removed for maximum accuracy. When you want to end the benchmark, press the Hotkey again. The average framerate will now be displayed in a red box. Full details are also saved in the file FRAPSLOG.TXT in your Fraps folder, and into the benchmark directory if you have detailed statistics enabled.

What is the maximum framerate Fraps will show?

Fraps will show a maximum framerate of 9999 fps on screen. If you need to know precise framerates above this you must use benchmarking and find out the value from FRAPSLOG.TXT, or from the detailed statistics (if you have this option enabled).

Why doesn’t Fraps show above 30fps, 60fps, 75 fps (or any other framerate) in my game?

This can be due to several reasons.

Many games have internal limits that prevent them rendering faster than a certain framerate. In some cases this can mean they are locked at a maximum framerate of only 30fps.

Another possibility is that you have Vsync enabled. Vsync is used to synchronise the output of your graphics card with the display of your monitor. When your graphics card has finished rendering the next frame it waits for the monitor to finish displaying the current one before switching to the new one. This means that the maximum framerate you can obtain will be equal to the refresh rate of your monitor (which is usually 60hz, 75hz, 85hz, or 100hz).

If you disable Vsync then your graphics card will continuously render without waiting for the last frame to be displayed in its entirety. With fast graphics cards this means that your monitor may switch to a new frame halfway down the screen. This effect is known as tearing as there appears to be a visible line separating two different halves. Due to this, you should generally leave Vsync enabled except when benchmarking.

Screen Capture Questions


What do the options do?

You can select the folder where Fraps will store all screenshots in. By default this folder is the same as the directory you installed Fraps into, but you can customise it to save anywhere on your disk. Click the Change button to select a new folder, or the View button to show the current contents of the folder.

The Screen Capture Hotkey lets you assign a button that will take a screenshot of the game screen. To change the Hotkey, click in the box and type a new key to be assigned this function. Clicking Disable will stop the Hotkey from having any effect.

Screenshots can be saved in Windows Bitmap (BMP), JPEG (JPG), Portable Network Graphics (PNG), or Targa (TGA) format.

Selecting "Include frame rate overlay on screenshots" will include the Fraps frame rate counter on your screenshots. If the frame rate overlay is disabled, no counter will be saved on your screenshots.

What is the maximum resolution supported by the screen capture?

Screenshots can be taken in games running at resolutions up to 2560x1600.

Video Capture Questions


What do the options do?

You can select the folder where Fraps will store all movies in. By default this folder is the same as the directory you installed Fraps into, but you can customise it to save anywhere on your disk. Click the Change button to select a new folder, or the View button to show the current contents of the folder.

The Video Capture Hotkey lets you assign a button that will record movies of the game. To change the Hotkey, click in the box and type a new key to be assigned this function. Clicking Disable will stop the Hotkey from having any effect.

Choosing Half-size will store the movie at half the resolution of the game screen. Full-size will store the movie at the same resolution as the game screen.

You can choose the frame rate of the output movie from 25fps, 30fps, 50fps, 60fps, or a custom value up to 100fps. Higher values result in smoother playback but will increase the file size. Some video editing programs will treat movies recorded at 25fps as PAL, and those captured at 29.97/30fps as NTSC.

Selecting "Record Sound" will save the game audio along with the video. You can disable this option if you are planning to add your own sound to the video.

When you select "Detect best sound input" Fraps will determine the best input to record the game sound on. If you choose "Use Windows input" the default Windows recording input will be used. The Windows input may not capture all of the game sounds, so you should generally let Fraps detect the input unless you want to capture sound from an external source.

How do I record a movie while running a game?

First select the target framerate for the movie, which indicates how many frames will be included in the movie each second. You can currently choose from 25, 30, 50 or 60 fps.

In the game press the Video Capture Hotkey (F9) when you want to start recording. While recording the frame rate counter will turn red. When you want to end your movie, press the button again to stop recording. You will now find the movie saved in your default folder.

What is the maximum resolution supported by Half/Full-size video capture?

The maximum resolution for full-size and half-size capture is currently 2560x1600.

Why is the AVI movie generated by Fraps so big? How can I reduce the size?

The filesize is big because there isn’t enough time to encode the movie while the game is running. The movie frames are slightly compressed, but still require a large amount of disk space due to the high resolutions. Once you have finished capturing you should convert the saved AVI into one of the popular compressed movie formats such as mpeg or divx. Recommended programs for doing this are tmpgenc (Tsunami Mpeg Encoder), and VirtualDub.

Using VirtualDub is quite easy. To create a compressed version of the AVI follow these steps:

* Start VirtualDub
* Select File->Open and choose the AVI in the Fraps directory you wish to compress.
* Select Video->Compression and choose the codec you wish to compress with (usually divx)
* Select File->Save As AVI and specify a filename for the new AVI.

If you have Windows XP you can also use Windows Movie Maker to compress the video files. If you use Windows Movie Maker it's recommended that you keep your Fraps video files at 800x600 or under.

Why do I get a source format error when I try to compress with DIVX?

Divx6 places restrictions on the video resolution for many of its profiles and this may cause an error when handling large Fraps videos. In Virtualdub you can go to the Divx codec configuration screen and set it to use the "Unconstrained Profile". This will allow you to encode movies of any resolution and won't generate the source format error.

How do I stop the frame rate counter being saved on my movies?

The frame rate counter shouldn't be saved on your movies. What you may be seeing is Fraps showing the frame rate of your media player. Try exiting Fraps before playing your videos and you should see clean images. If this doesn't help you can disable the frame rate counter before recording by pressing the Overlay Display hotkey.

When I view the movie I saved the video skips and the sound crackles. What's wrong?

Your media player may be having trouble keeping up with the large amount of data Fraps has written to disk. Fraps is optimised for processing large amounts of data, but many players are not. If they can't read the data fast enough skips in the video and audio may be present.

Keep in mind the raw data saved to disk should be fine. If you encode the video into a compressed format you will likely end up with a video file that plays perfectly due to the greatly reduced file size.

You can also lower the movie frame rate or use a lower resolution to reduce the data saved to the hard disk.

How can I adjust the volume of the sound that is recorded?

You must configure the volume through the "Sounds and Audio Devices" item in the Control Panel. Use the following steps:

* Click on the Control Panel and select Sounds And Audio.
* Click on the Audio tab.
* Find the Sound Recording device and click Volume.
* Adjust the volume for the Input that Fraps is recording from. This is usually named "What U Hear", "Record Master", or "Stereo Mixer".

If you can't see the correct Input on screen you may need to enable it by clicking on Properties in the menu and ensuring all Inputs have a check beside their name.

Where can I find the custom Fraps FPS1 codec?

The Fraps codec (FPS1) is put on the system when you install Fraps. If you've reinstalled Windows you will also need to reinstall Fraps in order to play back your movies.

Please keep in mind that if you want to give your raw footage to another person they will also need to have Fraps installed.
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02-09-2009, 12:29 PM
wew.... ada yang barunya... dah lama gak make nih progie... gara2 cracknya gak bener... dah makan harddisk banyak... Cracknya dah include khan??? mumpung dah ganti harddisk neh... mw coba... klo pake laptop pas rekam sekaligus maen ngelag gak???

02-09-2009, 12:42 PM
Jamin bner nih installer dah langsung registered jadi kaga perlu crack termasuk all version :top:

Klo ngelag ganya tergantung maen pake resolusi brp + rig pc/lapie kek gmn stau ane sih gt jarang pk rekam plg" capture SS ga kuat nih procie masih single core plg" record res 640x480-800-600 msh bs mskpn kurang powerfull / mulus hasilnya :onion-15:


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02-09-2009, 01:34 PM
gak bisa ganti encodernya ya??? biar lebih enak... masa 44 detik 155MB. walaupun harddisk gede juga lama2 bisa abis neh...

02-09-2009, 01:44 PM
Fraps yg 2.9.6 ada passwordnya jg tuh..sama ky 2.9.7

02-09-2009, 02:31 PM
fraps cuman bisa ngerekam game ya ?
kalo buat rekam desktop gitu bisa kaga kyk buat tutorial bergerak gitu..

02-09-2009, 03:38 PM
nah ne sopwer favorit gw vuat jepret gambar di game jdkan wallpaper :D

02-09-2009, 04:43 PM
:lol: hebat bisa record video yang diputer sama MPC... pas lagi nonton anime kok ada FPS nonggol.... ternyata bisa direkam juga.... :lol:

03-09-2009, 01:13 AM
gak bisa ganti encodernya ya??? biar lebih enak... masa 44 detik 155MB. walaupun harddisk gede juga lama2 bisa abis neh...
ga bisa bro ya mgkn ala hack via registry ato apa yg lebih canggih mungkin bisa sayang gw bkan cracker or hacker jd ga brani coba" tkut malah error smua ntar :haha:
solusinya hrs pinter" nguasai editing n encoding video bro jd mskpn file hasil rekam besar tp masih bisa di tekan sampai sewajar mungkin sesuai yg kita harapkan dgn ilmu encoding tadi n jg klo mslh hdd ya rekamnya ga bs skaligus hrs kepotong-potong n di edit pk sopwer editing video trakir bru di encode ato bisa jg stiap skali record lansung encoding recordencoding" trus hasilnya ntar dikumpulin baru digabung jadi 1 dgn bantuan sopwer editing video tp emang ribet seh emang dah resiko pk nih sopwer ga tw deh klo yg lainnya mgkn ada yg lebih jago make bisa ga bkin repot yg pny PC/Lapie :lol:

Fraps yg 2.9.6 ada passwordnya jg tuh..sama ky 2.9.7
maaph gan sblmnya numpang naroh link yg ver 297 gw ga tau post juragan aslinya dmana soalnya klo boleh skalian ama yg ver 296 jg passnya jelounge jg kan :???: yah klo berkenan gw pake linknya jg gan :top: n klo ada versi" yg baru nuhun di post sini jah pasti gw pake postcount ntar ke link" para juragan :onion-03:

fraps cuman bisa ngerekam game ya ?
kalo buat rekam desktop gitu bisa kaga kyk buat tutorial bergerak gitu..klo desktop ada sendri sopwernya tp gw kurang gt tau ada yg bs share namanya apa :???:

nah ne sopwer favorit gw vuat jepret gambar di game jdkan wallpaper :D
klo gw malah koleksi hasil jpretan" keren sewaktu nge-game :blink:

:lol: hebat bisa record video yang diputer sama MPC... pas lagi nonton anime kok ada FPS nonggol.... ternyata bisa direkam juga.... :lol:
emang bisa bro dari versi brp lupa dah lama jg dah bisa kok slain MPC bisa jg Windows Media Player n sopwer" lainnya yg berbau fps intinya :onion-105:

20-09-2009, 01:57 PM
gan, ini frapsnya ada virusnya ga gan?
gw udah pengalaman format kompi ampe 3x gara2 abis install fraps yg cracked/registered T_T

20-09-2009, 05:14 PM
video 44 detik = 155 mb ? itu belum dikompress ? masih hasil rekamannya fraps ? Kok gwa kalo reakam game world of warcraft 1 menit 1gb lebih yah.

Emang sih urusan encode2an fraps kek nya (dr yg gwa pake versi 2.9.7) videonya ga dikompres alias uncompressed avi. Makanya kalo kita maen game sekaligus rekam pk fraps, ga berat2 amat. Beda sama recorder lain macem Gamecam , itu sopware rekam sekaligus encode dalam 1 waktu jadinya videonya filesize kecil tapi gambar ga bagus2 amat + pas waktu rekam juga game nya ajubila ngelag abis.

kalo dah beres rekam , video fraps nya tinggal di convert aja ke flv / mp4 / divx atau format lain sesuai selera pk sopware macem format factory , xilosoft video converter dll , biar filesizenya bisa ditekan seminimum mungkin.

22-09-2009, 07:49 PM
btw, hasil rekaman pake fraps 2.9.9 nya juragan valent nih... thanks gan!
tapi gw heran, waktu gw rekam kok ga kerekam juga suaranya?

(suara game dan scene2 nya sengaja saya mute, hanya lagu)

08-11-2009, 03:38 AM

3.0.0 - 5th Nov 2009
- DirectX 11 support
- Compatible with Windows 7 final (RTM) and RC1 versions
- Stereoscopic 3D Vision video capture up to 1920x1200 for D3D9 games
- Force lossless RGB option to always capture video in pure form
- Ability to mix both game sound and external input such as microphone (Vista/Win7 only)

Check 1st Post for detail ! :piss:

08-11-2009, 10:45 AM
Fraps 3.0.0 - iix

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08-11-2009, 03:33 PM
Fraps 3.0.0 - iix

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wih makasih yah mas jelounge maho..
kemarin liat reviewnya di forum sebelah.. :piss:

10-11-2009, 12:22 PM
Gw cek status terakhir dah 3.01 ya, kl update dr 3.0.0 bisa juga kan?

10-11-2009, 10:56 PM
Gw cek status terakhir dah 3.01 ya, kl update dr 3.0.0 bisa juga kan?

thx gan infonya :top:

klo update di stiap versi brapapun fraps ini aturannya nga bs gan dari dulu :hot:

solusinya y hrs nyari yg baru download lg apus yg lama instal lg yg baru :boong:

nih klo kebelet *click* (http://www.downarchive.com/software/multimedia/56073-fraps-301-build-10506-retail-fosi.html) dah banyak yg share ko di gugel :hahai:

Versi 3.0.1 telah berhasil di upload oleh TS pada golongan IIX :hi:
Selamat mengunduh (cek 1st post) :tkp3:

02-12-2009, 08:18 PM
link tewas gan ada upload yang baru ga

03-12-2009, 06:10 AM
Fraps di situsnya sudah 3.0.3
ini ada fraps 3.0.2 link deposit files

11-12-2009, 07:43 PM

Fraps 3.0.2 Registered

- Link by IDWS -

Please Check 1st Page

15-12-2009, 02:32 PM
Fraps 3.0.3 Registered - Link MF [IX] telah berhasil gw upload cek 1st page :tkp1:

Link IDWS menyusul klo uda bubar main tenes :hahai:

24-01-2010, 07:40 PM
Fraps 3.0.3 Build 10808 @ IDWS

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09-04-2010, 10:38 AM
+ Version 3.2.1 Look at 1st Page For More Information*


29-04-2010, 03:34 PM
bantu update bro.. :hmm:

Fraps v3.2.2 Retail

http://img576.imageshack.us/img576/6443/fraps.png (http://img576.imageshack.us/my.php?image=fraps.png)

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30-04-2010, 10:27 AM
apa bedanya sih gan ??

g ada perubahan yg signifikan yaaaa ..
wa download salah satu deh ..
izin sedott ...

01-05-2010, 12:33 PM
apa bedanya sih gan ??

g ada perubahan yg signifikan yaaaa ..
wa download salah satu deh ..
izin sedott ...

ini Changelog buat 3.2.2 - 31st Mar 2010
- Fixed trouble opening movies with VLC, Avidemux, AVI synth, Virtualdub and some other applications
- Fixed problem capturing stereoscopic movies at 1920x1080 and 1920x1200
- Fixed loop recordings sometimes becoming corrupted
yg versi sebelum2nya ada di page 1.. :ehem:

01-05-2010, 08:17 PM
Fraps v3.2.2 di Mediafire....

gk pakai hide2an, ksh dah.......

18-05-2010, 10:26 AM
Setelah gw install yg 3.2.2 di windows 7, pas gw pencet record button, gamenya jadi tersendat2 dan pas gw pencet itu record button lagi, characternya jalan sendiri. masalahnya apa ya? Please help me..


29-07-2010, 08:46 AM
buat compressnya pake apa?

03-08-2010, 04:10 PM
pass nya pa nie aq bingung please reply!

23-08-2010, 06:39 PM
Ga ada yg 3.2.3 kk :iii:
Really helpful deh software ini

26-08-2010, 08:09 PM
Langsung aja



Mirror @imzupload

Yang di imzupload pake free account jadi harus didownload 30 hari sekali atau down


26-08-2010, 08:26 PM
gan.gw dl yg versi 3.2.2 sizenya 2.5 MB aja y? kog kecil amat.
soalnya kata temen sampe 1 GB sizenya.

25-12-2010, 02:54 PM
kok ada passwordnya ya?
kasih dong passwordnya

01-01-2011, 12:43 AM
Fraps v3.2.5
install langsung pakai ud precracked
telah di scan dengan kasperky dan ad aware
mediafire 2,66mb

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01-01-2011, 05:42 AM
udah beberapa hari nemu di filehippo,,tapi belum pernah kepake..
soalnya bingung ne software gunanya buat apa :peace:

01-01-2011, 06:03 AM
udah beberapa hari nemu di filehippo,,tapi belum pernah kepake..
soalnya bingung ne software gunanya buat apa :peace:

masa sih gan gak tahu Fraps...:hehe:
kalo gak salah fraps tuh Buat rekam aktivitas kita maen game, capture juga bisa,....:peace:

26-02-2011, 06:40 PM
oh jadi ini software cuma buat ngerekam game, gw kira bisa ngerekam semua yang kita kerjain di laptop.
tadinya mau bikin Tutorial. ada yang tau gak software yang bisa ngerekam semua yang kita kerjain di desktop / game dll.
kalo ada TOLONG PM saya. :sembah:

21-03-2011, 09:00 PM
Fraps 3.3 di sitenya dah ada..ada yg punya fullnya?

29-04-2011, 12:34 PM
gan password rar yg 2.9.9 apa gan?
yg agan upload di indowebster.com

29-04-2011, 07:04 PM
Fraps v3.4.0 precracked


11-05-2011, 04:33 AM
ini software buat apaan?

07-06-2011, 05:21 PM
wah versi 3.4.5 belun ada full versi nya?

08-06-2011, 03:19 PM
Wah, sudah ada yang barunya, sedot gan...

19-07-2011, 08:19 PM
wah versi 3.4.5 belun ada full versi nya?

http://www.indowebster.web.id/showthread.php?t=171635 nih ada yg bikin thread ver 3.4.5 . barusan gua donlot , tp RAR nya di kasi pass , mana pass RAR nya ga di cantumin di thread#1 nya . =="

Nih gua dapet yg Versi 3.4.5 Build 13677 Full Versi .
SS :
http://img21.imageshack.us/img21/3558/capturefhr.png (http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/21/capturefhr.png/)

Changelog :
Fraps 3.4.5 - 28th May 2011
- Fixed some videos being recorded with scrambled colors

Link Donlot :
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Buat TS , taruh aje nih thread#45 di thread page#1

Oiya sekalian mo nanya nih , yg udah lama pake nih fraps , soalnya barusan pake nih :)) .
kalo lagi ambil video pas kita lagi main , nah itu video nya jadinya emg misah2 gt ? .

19-10-2011, 01:42 PM
make fraps gimana ya. kok pake yang registered malah ga bisa rekam video. pake yang trial yang 30 detik malah bisa. gimana urusannya. awkawkawk

19-10-2011, 01:48 PM
perna ada yg kena error DX9 (minta latest version) waktu fraps running on startup?