I know this is probably a little to much to ask for considering its usually not a super important thing for gamedevelopers to add to there games.
I'd really like to see a demo recording system involved with this game or in other words replays! So many games like the Unreal franchise, Quake franchise, Call of duty franchise, and many more all contain a demo recording system that helps a real deal with competition ladders, and video recording capabilities.
Demo recording(replay system) can really help to track down possible cheaters on servers aswell.
I know most of you would probably rather want more maps, gamemodes or more features to the assault rifle, but I think this would be a nice addition to the list of making this games replay value just that much more then it already is.
I wasnt really asking for video capture software as I dont have a problem with that. But since you've linked it I thought I might aswell check it out anyway.
While playing I was able to record at a decent framerate of 30/20 when I usually get about 60 or 50, I've tried every known settings the program gave me from compression methods, frame rate, and number of cores it used, it didnt seem to alter my framerate while playing that much. I kept getting around 30s and 20s while recording.
Anyway after recording I decided to look at the footage I've captured and it came out at much worse framerates then I chose to capture at, the video appeared to look like it was being played back at 4 or 2 fps.
This program doesnt seem much better then fraps to be honest, infact it seems far worse! Atleast with that I can capture actual 60 fps at nearly lossless compression quality and the video captured will actually play at 60 fps. On an equel ground though those two programs both bring me down to 20 or 30 fps while playing SH.
With a demo recording system I could play at my lovely 50 framerates and go back into the replay to only capture certain parts I want without the need of taking up several dozens of gigs of video footage for one match that I didnt do so well on because of great framerate drops.
Anyway again this isnt the only reason I'd like a demo recording system, I'm just relating to the link you posted.
A demo is much much more than that. It doesn't just record a video, it records everything rendered in your pc, or if you let a server host record it, the entire game. This means you can then go back into your last played game, record from different points of view and do whatever you want. It truly is terrific and opens up a whole new way of making movies.
This is probably asking for way to much lol but lets say we do get a demo recording system, it would be extremely hot if there was a variable framerate while playing the demos instead of a fixed framerate!