Are you the kind of player who's always making crazy plays? Do you wish you had a folder full of awesome video clips of you being a badass? Or maybe you want to be a youtube superstar with millions, no, billions of subscribers all watching your kag shenanigans? No? Well you can still catch a funny moment or two sometime like me. I usually play KAG with something called "Replay Buffer", which, when turned on, records you playing without actually saving any video files. Unless something cool happens, and you press the replay hotkey, in which case it saves the last minute or so of recording. All you need is this handy dandy Open Broadcaster Software and some free RAM. This may require a decent computer. Once you've installed that, you have to tinker with the settings a bit before you can go use it. This looks like a lot of text but it's really not that hard. Click the orange links if you need help finding something. Instructions: Spoiler First, launch the program and go into the settings. Going through all the tabs on the left, here's what to change: General - Nothing really to do here, unless you want to change the language or create several setting "profiles" (I have one for low quality and one for higher quality) Encoding - You'll want to change the max bitrate depending on how much memory you have available. 5,000 is ok quality. 10,000 is just fine. Anything over 20,000 is pretty good quality. The higher this is, the more memory it will take to record. Broadcast Settings - First, you need to change the Mode to "File Output Only". Once you do that, you can change the Replay Buffer Length. That's how many seconds into the past it will save when you press the button, and the longer it is, the more memory you need. You can also choose where and how the replays will be saved. (Click for more help). This is also where it will tell you just how much memory you'll need. Video - All you really need to do here is to pick your video card, resolution, and FPS. Higher FPS takes more memory, start with 30 and adjust. Audio - You probably don't need to change anything here, unless you want to disable / enable your mic. Hotkeys - You need a button to press when something cool happens, so pick a hotkey for "Save Replay Buffer". If you want you can also set hotkeys for starting / stopping the replay buffer, and for recording, but you can do all that manually as well. You can probably ignore the other settings, but if recording messes up your cpu or something you can try fiddling around in the Advanced tab. Now you have to tell it what games to record. Click OK to get out of the settings, then right click in the "Sources" box, then go to "Add" and click "Game capture" down at the bottom. Then select KAG or whatever other game you want to record from the list (you'll need to have the game running to do this). ...And you're ready! That wasn't so bad, huh? Now, when you're playing KAG and you want to record, either press the "Start Replay Buffer" hotkey, or click the arrow next to "Start recording" and go to "Start replay buffer". Then press your "Save Replay Buffer" hotkey whenever something cool happens, and it will save a little video in that folder If it's just a short little moment, you can crop the video down to 15 seconds or less using Movie Maker or something and upload it to gfycat. Then you end up with something like this: (Double click it to resize) http://gfycat.com/AngelicWanArizonaalligatorlizard Happy recording!