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Maybe when his fps is straight 30 when the server has a fps limit of 60?

That wouldnt always work unfortunately as lag occurs very often during recording

However maybe theres some filesystem module for mta out there which would allow to get the list of client's process list but i really dont know as i never used modules nor i know much about mta ones

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Fraps can record at 60FPS as well it's all depending on hardware, and modules are as far as I know limited to the server machine, access to the client machines are very limited for security reasons. The main question here would be about the purpose of this, are you going to detect this in secret or are the clients aware that you know which applications they are running? Taking fraps as an example you could use bindKey and try to bind a key most people would use to record with fraps. You can't get the actual key, only guess what your clients use but it may work in some cases.

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Hm, it's because some people 'cheat' on DD gamemode by using fraps.

When they are going to hit you they enable it so they hit like a tank.

However it's not such a big deal, I just wanted to know if it was possible.

Also FPS drops could be detected by a simple script

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Hm, it's because some people 'cheat' on DD gamemode by using fraps.

When they are going to hit you they enable it so they hit like a tank.

However it's not such a big deal, I just wanted to know if it was possible.

Also FPS drops could be detected by a simple script

Hmmm. I'll check it tomorrow if I can help. ;d

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