If you're using Windows 10, an "easy" method of directly getting an .mp4 you can directly upload to youtube is to use the Windows Key + G function to get to the Windows 10 Gamebar and record your MAME window with it. I'm not sure how the video quality compares to other methods though.BBH wrote:The best method I've found for video capturing MAME recordings in versions that DON'T support -aviwrite is to use OBS (Open Brodcaster Software).Chad wrote:I would start doing (this starting alphabetical with 1rst places) if I knew how to capture youtube files (with the right options) to yield a good quality video with no buffer issues. I can easily playback any confirmed marp upload, I just don't know how to capture and upload to youtube. Is it possible to do this anyway, can you capture a running program and accurately get all action pixels and still have it look like you were watching an arcaed screen? I'm not so sure.
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