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What’s New in Gecata by Movavi 5

Is your Gecata by Movavi (previously Movavi Game Capture) up to date? Go to Help -> About to check which version of the program you are using. Update regularly to access the newest features and improvements.

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Level UP: Version 5

New Item: Webcam

Webcam has been added to your inventory: use it to make faces and entertain your viewers on the go.

+5 to Sound Recording

Comment on your gameplay and save the microphone output in a separate file. This way, you can edit out bloopers without messing up your playthroughs.

+10 to YouTube Upload

Make your videos available on YouTube faster in HD – they’re saved in MP4 with the recommended settings.

+20 to Game Support

Record games with DirectX 11 or earlier as well as OpenGL: Minecraft, Call of Duty, Grand Theft Auto, and many more.

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Version 5.7 (November 18, 2019)

  • Those unexpected crashes that were happening in some games are now gone!
  • We’ve tested Gecata with 25 more games, including Apex Legends, Borderlands 3, Fortnite, and PUBG, to make sure you get the smoothest recording experience
  • You can now record the cursor in both game and desktop recording modes
  • Don’t miss any updates. Just launch the program and we’ll keep you informed!
  • Other minor bug fixes and improvements

Version 5.6 (April 11, 2018)

  • You called for help and we heard you! This update banishes unexpected crashes when you pause or finish recording with Intel® hardware acceleration. So we enabled Intel® hardware acceleration by default again, too.
  • We’ve improved Gecata’s compatibility with other Movavi programs
  • Other minor bug fixes and improvements

Version 5.5 (February 7, 2018)

  • Meet the first application with multiple personality disorder. Even versions call themselves Game Recorder, odd versions prefer the name Gecata. Gecata by Movavi won this round
  • We’ve upped the maximum fps to 120, so you can record your gameplay in the highest possible quality and even apply high-quality slow motion to the footage to show off really epic battles
  • Added DirectX 12 support without overlays
  • Improved performance when recording games on DirectX 9
  • Your game recordings will have the same name as the game they are from so you can easily find them
  • Added the option to display overlays on the recorded video
  • Gecata supports even more games now – we’ve tested the program with a lot of new games. See the full list of supported games
  • The “Enable NVIDIA GPU acceleration” setting is no longer active by default. You can activate it in the settings if you wish
  • On the “Video” tab, we’ve disabled the VBR bitrate option if one or more of the acceleration settings are enabled. This is to reduce the file size of recorded videos
  • Fixed issues with recording Call of Duty: WW II, Tom Clancy's The Division, Quantum Break and several other games
  • Gecata no longer crashes if you exit the Inside game before you shut down the recording program
  • Overlays will now be displayed during game recording when using MSAA (multisample anti-aliasing) in games on DirectX 10 and 11

Version 5.4 (December 1, 2017)

  • We’re on a name changing spree: Version 5.4 is called Game Recorder
  • Added extended codec settings: choose between VBR and ABR bitrates and tweak recording quality to suit your needs
  • Moar fps during recording thanks to a new DirectX 10 and 11 capturing algorithms, the exact fps count depends on your computer configuration
  • Added DirectX 6 and 8 support to cater to your gaming nostalgia: give your oldies a spin and record everything

Version 5.3 (November 3, 2017)

  • Optimized overlays don't influence capture performance any more in Minecraft and other DirectX 11 games
  • New overlay color for when you pause capturing in the game
  • Fixed overlays display in Hearthstone
  • Name change: look for Gecata by Movavi in your program menu after you've updated. Don't worry, it's still Game Capture, only better
  • Other minor improvements and bug fixes

Version 5.2 (September 14, 2017)

  • 4K video recording now possible
  • Korean and Japanese localizations
  • Advanced benchmarking and overlay settings: choose which information is displayed in-game and change the position of overlays on the screen.
  • New overlays: display space left on disk, video size, and video duration while recording
  • Fixed blinking webcam issue Fixed webcam size adjustment issue
  • Fixed issues with recording Smite, Hearthstone, and World of Tanks Blitz
  • Other minor improvements and bug fixes

Version 5.1 (August 9, 2017)

  • Improved performance during game recording – up to 50% faster, depending on computer configurations
  • Minor usability improvements
  • Devil May Cry 4 no longer crashes when exiting the game after recording
  • Fixed issue with overlay data appearing on the recorded video

Gecata by Movavi

The best way to preserve your gaming achievements

  • Capture HD game videos at up to 60 FPS
  • Record sound from microphone and speakers
  • Add webcam video to the game footage
  • Save video in MP4 for easy uploading to YouTube

Previous Versions

Version 15.4

May 18, 2016

  • Improved performance during game recording – up to 50%, depending on the computer configurations
  • Minor usability improvements
  • Devil May Cry 4 crashes when exiting the game after recording have been fixed
  • Issue with overlay data appearing on the recorded video has been fixed

Version 15.4

May 18, 2016

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  • Improved performance during game recording – up to 50%, depending on the computer configurations
  • Minor usability improvements
  • Devil May Cry 4 crashes when exiting the game after recording have been fixed
  • Issue with overlay data appearing on the recorded video has been fixed

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  • Improved performance during game recording – up to 50%, depending on the computer configurations
  • Minor usability improvements
  • Devil May Cry 4 crashes when exiting the game after recording have been fixed
  • Issue with overlay data appearing on the recorded video has been fixed

Version 15.4

May 18, 2016

  • Improved performance during game recording – up to 50%, depending on the computer configurations
  • Minor usability improvements
  • Devil May Cry 4 crashes when exiting the game after recording have been fixed
  • Issue with overlay data appearing on the recorded video has been fixed
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