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AMD VCE 1.0 on 15.11 (GPU's)

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I know that AMD took out the VCE support in the 15.7 patch but i heard some rumors that this was just a bug. I want to know if this issue got patched in the 15.11 update. I didnt see anything about it in the update notes. So i am asking the community, is there a hardware supported VCE program that i can use to record videos. I need something that runs on the GPU because I want to record ARMA 3 and if i am using fraps or dxtory then it will really take a dump on my frame rate. I used to use the Lagrigth lossless codec but, i started to get expensive. 1 min video = 2.2 GB I need something that can record about 30 Mb/s. (0.225GB per minute)   ( I plan on storing my game play for a long period of time.)

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Shot through the heart and you're to blame, 30fps and i'll pirate your game - Bon Jovi

Take me down to the console city where the games are blurry and the frames are thirty - Guns N' Roses

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I know that AMD took out the VCE support in the 15.7 patch but i heard some rumors that this was just a bug. I want to know if this issue got patched in the 15.11 update. I didnt see anything about it in the update notes. So i am asking the community, is there a hardware supported VCE program that i can use to record videos. I need something that runs on the GPU because I want to record ARMA 3 and if i am using fraps or dxtory then it will really take a dump on my frame rate. I used to use the Lagrigth lossless codec but, i started to get expensive. 1 min video = 2.2 GB I need something that can record about 30 Mb/s. (0.225GB per minute)   ( I plan on storing my game play for a long period of time.)

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VCE was deprecated, now AMF. Most recording software already supported it.

Latest MSI Afterburner also support AMD AMF.

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