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If you are looking for Dxtory, you have come to the right place. We explain what Dxtory is and point you to the official download.

What is Dxtory?

DXtory, a software designed and developed by ExKoder, is a tool used mainly for capturing movies particularly for OpenGL and DirectX applications. It performs at a high speed since the acquisition of data is done directly from the memory buffer on the surface.

DXtory has the capacity to record the exact pixel data without any change using its codec. With the use of a video source that is lossless in nature, users may obtain and retain quality video. It also has a distribution writing mechanism which lets users select multiple folders where data can be saved. It can likewise be used within an environment where more than storage can exist. This therefore speeds up the distribution writing capacity of the software.

DXtory also has the functionality to record several audio sources simultaneously. Each source is automatically saved as an AVI file and stored in individual stream. By doing so, users may access and edit them one by one later. It is also compatible with the interface called DirectShow. The software is also capable of saving a third-party codec that is VFW-based. This software runs well on Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7.

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File types supported by Dxtory

Our users primarily use Dxtory to open these file types:

About file types supported by Dxtory

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Last updated: : August 31, 2013