Video screen capture at 60fps

I recently found out that Camtasia 9 doesn't support 60fps video recording. Can anyone recommend something that can record 60fps?
Brett LarsonAsked:
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Adam BrownSr Solutions ArchitectCommented: has a list of screen cap solutions that are available. The OBS Studio app might be what you want, but you can look through the list and see what features work for you.
Jose Gabriel Ortega CastroCEO Faru Bonon IT - EE Solution ExpertCommented:
I use Gforce Experience, you can record on demand or shadow  (really nice for gamming btw).
GFORCE Experience Accepts (4K recording and 60FPS)  NVIDIA (I own a GTX 1070) so
Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
Hi Brett,
You may find this YouTube video (17 minutes) to be helpful:

Best Game Recording PC Software 2017 For 1080p 60fps Recording (Comparing Recording Software)

I haven't used any of those packages, so you're on your own to evaluate them. I used Screencast-O-Matic for all 34 of my Experts Exchange 5-minute video Micro Tutorials (the free version for the first three videos and the paid Pro version for the last ones). I love the product, but it doesn't support 60fps. Regards, Joe
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William MillerIT SpecialistCommented:
If you're looking for a fairly robust recording sweet for screen captures I would go with OBS, personally.

This was also suggested a bit further up by a fellow expert. It's very user friendly (by comparison) and only costs a bit of time to download and setup. I would ask, though, what is the purpose of the recording? There could be better options for you out there as OBS is geared more towards broadcasting your video, though it does have the ability to record as well.

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Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
Following up on the previous comment, OBS was the #1 recommendation in the YouTube video that I posted:

Regards, Joe
Brett LarsonAuthor Commented:
I'm playing around with OBS. I would like to record my screen at 60fps. What are the best settings?
William MillerIT SpecialistCommented:
Like most recording softwares the "best" settings are more dependent on the host machine than a global spreadsheet. The best thing you can do to figure those out are to stay the course and play around with the software. Every PC's settings are going to be a little different to get the best possible performance because most PCs ARE different.
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