Originally posted by lukeskywalker1
not to mention you have to compress the FRAPS video a LOT! My trailer alone was over a gig.
It's only good if FRAPS produces uncompressed data. It allows you to choose freely the level of compression you want, afterwards, with no extra loss of quality. And if you want to edit the video in After Effects or some other program, it's absolutely better to have raw material instead of some precompressed, lower quality stuff.