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Used Fraps to screenshot motion blurs but the images don't have blur.

Discussion in 'Games' started by Dude500, Oct 10, 2008.

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  1. Dude500

    Dude500 Thread Starter

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    My first time gaming with lcd and i noticed everything gets blurry when i pan around the camera, so i returned that monitor(hannspree). It had other issues with the screen too don't ever get one.

    So i got a LG FLATRON W1952TQ and there was a definite improvement in games but it still gets blurry when i move my view around. So opened up COD4 and took some screens with Fraps to show the motion blur separately from the still shots but when i looked at the images they weren't blurry at all.
    I guess cause fraps records a still frame?

    Anyways i could try to buy a samsung 953BW and see if that's better but im fed up with all this stuff with my computer so i really don't feel like it, do you think it will fair better than my current monitor? Same response time and almost same price. Which is 2ms.
     
  2. Megabite

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    Your Monitor is important...but your Video card is also very important....I take a look at the Video card first and see if you need a upgrade.
     
  3. Dude500

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    I just got a 9800GT so it should be fine.
     
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