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There's a couple of free ones but the best success I've had is with Fraps. Google it and try out the 30s demo version. If you can swing the 30-40 bucks 37 USD or whatever it costs, it records in-game sound and live voice or just in-game sound and you can dub the voice in later.

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To do a let's play first you would need

.Fraps registered version

An unregistered version sucks because it would need 37 dollars just for that

.Audacity

It's totally free

.Microphone/Webcam and Skype

Mic and Webcam probably is expensive so...there is no other choice and Skype is only when you want to play with anyone else

I could do the recording, skype, and use Audacity because I already have all things needed

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Out of curiosity, does anyone know a good way to combine/edit the fraps recordings?

You would use video editing software such as Sony Vegas, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut, etc. All of these cost hundreds of dollars but some of them have free trials.

If you just need something free and simple, most people on Youtube get by with Windows Movie Maker (PC obviously) or iMovie (OSX). The results are far from astounding but if you just need something to clip pieces together the free options are the best choice. If you need anything beyond that, I am sure there are some decent and cheap consumer grade video editors out there but unfortunately I haven't used any to give a recommendation.

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You would use video editing software such as Sony Vegas, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut, etc. All of these cost hundreds of dollars but some of them have free trials.

If you just need something free and simple, most people on Youtube get by with Windows Movie Maker (PC obviously) or iMovie (OSX). The results are far from astounding but if you just need something to clip pieces together the free options are the best choice. If you need anything beyond that, I am sure there are some decent and cheap consumer grade video editors out there but unfortunately I haven't used any to give a recommendation.

I'll try to find some guides on Windows Movie Maker then, thanks. I tried it out and was confused. I've used iMovie which felt simpler to me, but I'll give Movie Maker another shot. Appreciate the advice.

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