AMD Introduces Free Radeon Pro ReLive Screen Capture Tool

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XBOX App Game Capture, this, Geforce Experience...just a bloated software on top of another bloated software. What happened to just small install package for drivers and nice device control panel and leave me the f. alone so i can play games and not having 2 out of 4 cores being dedicated for all the garbage you put with.
 

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I wonder if there's a way to use just the video capture portion with a card other than what's listed. We have a lot of AMD cards in our environment and this would be ideal.
 

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This is not software included with your drivers. This is a free tool for professional video creation where video capture is necessary. You should read the article before commenting on it.
 

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This is not included in the driver, as for your complain there is a minimal install kit and also a Custom Install button in your driver. You just have to use your brain a bit, and if you don`t need those apps some people find them useful!
 

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You might be able to do it with ReLive software for consumer gpus. They have an option to capture the desktop.
 

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well it's ok I guess but I'll wait for the next evolution in streaming, where they add a secondary cpu/mem/gpu just for streaming that way you don't waste your computer resources for 4k streaming,
 


Do you mean a capture card? Those have been around for years. Sure, there's no real performance hit with them, but they're considerably more expensive than free, unlike this program.
 

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AMD is funny, they are finally trying to catch up to what NVIDIA has been doing for 2 years. Than they release software that is only for Workstation cards lol.
 
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