No specific info about version 3.2. Please visit the main page of SmartPixel on Software Informer.
This program won't let me fine tune my video. It only allows you to delete a 30 second period. It also won't pause when I tell it to. I click pause, it keeps recording when it says it's paused. I'm a new YouTuber, and it's not working for me. I admit I'm a rookie with tech but thought this was simple.
Thanks for mentioning the watermark, may be, I should try another software.
It's a nice program. Maybe it does not contain spyware,
maybe it is spyware as it remotely took my valid license code and reset it to a 5-minute trial!
They also put a link in the program offering to exchange for a new license code,
but the SmartPixel website failed to deliver a new code!
It's frustratingly laggy. The preview function for the editing screen will buffer the entire video before actually jumping to the section you want to see that's edited.
It uses F9-12 keybinds by default. So immediately find better key-binds as these are used often in other games.
It's frustrating to record a gameplay with. You have a QUE sound when you press F11 to begin recording instead of a light. This has a bad design since you don't know if you're recording your desktop or the game itself.
The Recording Sound cues for both On/Off Lag. So that means you're forced to use the video editor to edit out the time you hit the F12 key to stop recording and the time it took for the Que Recording sound to actually work.
Still better to use Audacity for commentate/recordings because of it's sound functions. Just mute your mic in the options.
Got a separate external hard drive for recording as well. Only it keeps defaulting to my internal hard drive.
The lag is most annoying. Aside from that, It's pretty intuitive and easy to use. Also they have a guide +1.
By Lag I meant during editing btw. I experience to lag at all IN-GAME. It's pretty sweet about that. Though since you don't know 100% if you're recording you game and you decide to Alt-Tab out to see, well... Then 1. You just screwed yourself and will have to edit it using the laggy editing software. 2. Depending on the game, You just crashed it. So Take it how you will. Still learning ways to better optimize it since I've bought a license anyways.