Fraps And DxTory Not Working With BF Hardline? Here Is The Fix!
If Fraps, DxTory or any other screen capture tool does not work correctly in Battlefield Hardline, you can fix it. First of all we need to learn how to create a custom config file for BF Hardline. This is basically a file where we can store console commands so that we don’t need to write them into the console again with each Battlefield Hardline start. It’s a file where we can store some custom commands and then they will be loaded with each BF Hardline start unless we delete the entries or the file.
If we really just want to fix the problem that our screen capture tool does not work together with Battlefield Hardline, there is one single command that we need to put into the config file that we will call user.cfg and that we will store in the Hardline folder as described in my other guide:
Above you can see the command we need to store in the custom config file you learned to create. With the mentioned command in the user.cfg file stored in the Battlefield Hardline folder you should have fixed the problem that Fraps, DxTory or any other screen capture tool does not work with BF Hardline. Hope this fix worked for you too.