Dxtory is a lightweight Windows tool able to capture movies from DirectX and OpenGL applications.
It sports a clean and straightforward interface that allows users to select the default saving directories for the recorded items and screenshots. What’s more, you can specify the writing speed for capturing high-bitrate videos.
It is important to mention that hotkeys are also available for a better control over the entire process, and they can reassigned for helping you start or stop the movie capture sessions, take screenshots, as well as show or hide movie capture frame and screenshot frame.
Furthermore, when it comes to video settings, you can pick the codec, specify the frame rate, configure the parameters for setting the clip size, alignment and margins, capture the mouse cursor, and synchronize the video FPS.
Plus, you can configure the audio settings in terms of device, codec, and audio format. The application enables users to record two or more audio sources simultaneously.
Other important features worth mentioning let you automatically take screenshots at a specified time, select the image format (PNG, JPEG, TGA, BMP), specify the alignment, size and margins of the snapshot, limit the video FPS to a specified value, as well as save the captured videos to AVI file format.
Last but not least, the program features muxing and cropping options and keeps a log which can be exported to a plain text file.
All things considered, Dxtory provides an intuitive environment for helping you capture movies to AVI format. It is suitable for both beginners and professionals.