Is there an equivalent to the Fraps display video recorder, for OS X? I mean one which does no compromise on the video quality just to write something small. Fraps writes some immense video files but they're at full FPS and size. There are many display video recorders on the App Store, but they're all crap knockoffs from a common source (you can observe that from how similar they look to each other), which plummet the overall FPS of the computer display while recording, and produce something like 3 fps. So I recorded some game with Fraps on Windows, then transferred the videos to my Mac, then used Any Video Converter to change them to a codec QuickTime and iMovie understand (I chose the Sony PS3 1080p format). Now I imported them to iMovie and it is taking THREE HOURS to process them (I selected optimization "off"). Normally I could just process and mix them using Windows Live Movie Maker, but I'm curious how iMovie works. Anyway, is there a FRAPS equivalent on OS X with similar non-compressing behaviour (and that lets me record to the external HDD)? I mean come on, I heard good things about the iMovie editor, and maybe a format for OS X wouldn't take so long for iMovie to process.