First, record the video on your mobile phone or DV. Second, copy the video to your computer. You can edit the video file by using Windows Movie Maker or other video editing programs. Other popular programs are Sony Vegas, Adobe Premiere, etc.
For better in-game video making solutions, we also recommend using Fraps or Xfire, if you want to record real-time gaming footage in your video. We've prepared 2 short video making tutorials for your reference. Hope they will be useful to you!
- Download Fraps through the link.
- Open Fraps - Click the "Movies Tab".
- Chose a folder in which your recorded footage will be located.
- Bind a key that will begin and end the recording process.
- "Video Size": Half-size or Full-size
- "Frame Rate" – The higher framerate you choose, the larger the file size when you record.
- "Record Sound" – Checking this option will activate the audio recording, which will greatly add to the file size. It's up to you if you want sound, or not.
- Minimize Fraps and load up Conquer Online
- Click the key that you bound in Step 3, to begin recording. Press it again to stop the process. Your FPS (step 5) can be adjusted, while you are recording.
- Go to the folder where you set Fraps to record your footage to view it.
Fraps Tutorial Video
How do I record videos using Xfire?
You'll need two things to get started, the Xfire software and an Xfire user name, both of which are free. Quick Start Guide - 3 easy steps to making a movie
Xfire Tutorial Video
- Login YouTube.
- Click "Upload Video File".
- Press "Upload Video" to select and upload a video file.
- Add Video Name and Description, and edit Privacy Settings.
- You can find the video you submitted through "My Videos". Click "Play" to watch your video.
- Click "share" or copy the URL of the YouTube video to share your with your friends.