Old Version of Fraps for Windows 8
Latest Version
Fraps 3.5.99
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7
First Release
03 December, 2005 (15 years ago )
Latest Release
27 February, 2013 (8 years ago )

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27 February, 2013
(8 years ago)
2.22 MB
30 August, 2012
(9 years ago)
2.2 MB
22 August, 2012
(9 years ago)
2.2 MB
15 August, 2012
(9 years ago)
2.21 MB
22 July, 2012
(9 years ago)
2.2 MB
Fraps Screenshots
Fraps 3.5.3 FPS contains the frame rate value for each second of the benchmark. More
Fraps 3.5.3 Video Capture Hotkey lets you assign a button that will record movies of the game. More
Fraps 3.5.3 now supports separate LCD screens on keyboards such as the Logitech® G15™. More
About Fraps

Fraps can be used for benchmarking, screen capture and Real-time video capture on a computer.It is commonly used to determine a computer's performance with a game, as well as record gaming footage. The program is very popular in the making of amateur machinima films. Fraps can capture audio and video up to 2560x1600 with custom frame rates from 1 to 120 frames per second. Fraps is a universal Windows application that can be used with games using DirectX or OpenGL graphic technology.

The Fraps video codec manages to capture videos with minimal impact on game performance, as it has been optimized to achieve compression higher than uncompressed RGB, resulting in smaller filesizes, though the visually lossless format is considerably less space-efficient than more heavily compressed lossy video formats such as H.264.

Fraps Features

  • Fraps can be used to record video at resolutions up to 2560 x 1600 in size.
  • Starting from version 3.0, Fraps supports DirectX 11
  • Fraps can take screenshots in various formats: BMP, TGA, JPEG, and PNG.
  • Perform custom benchmarks and measure the frame rate between any two points
  • Save the statistics out to disk and use them for your own reviews and applications.
  • Fraps can capture video from 1 to 120 frames per second!

Updates : Fraps Updates

Did You Know?

Fraps uses either DirectX or OpenGL to capture video on your computer.