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I have a laptop i play my games on. Yesterday I just got a macbook pro. Anyway of recording in HD the games i play on my pc with my mac? Maybe via firewire? Any help would be much appreciated!

Also i was recording with fraps but i found that fraps videos does not work on the mac. I also d/led perian and it was supposed to work but my fraps vids are just showing a black screen and imovie won't import them at all.


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