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CREATE. CAPTURE. COLLABORATE.

AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive is AMD’s powerful professional-grade solution for high-resolution screen capture and recording, seamlessly accessed using the Radeon™ Pro Overlay.

CAPTURE AND RECORD PROFESSIONAL WORKFLOWS

Use AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive with CAD applications, visualization and prototyping software, and content-creation tools for collaboration, presentation, training, customer support, and more.

Collaboration

Blender™

Presentation

Dassault Systèmes SOLIDWORKS®

Training

Autodesk® Maya®

Support

Autodesk® 3ds Max®

PROFESSIONAL-GRADE

Lightweight. Minimal Impact.

Recording Size2
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H.265 H.264

GPU-accelerated H.265 High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) 1 support enables 44% smaller recordings compared to H.264 AVC video 2 in AMD Radeon™ Software 16.12.1, enabling faster data transfers when sharing recorded workflows.

 

Captures within professional applications with a less than 3% performance impact 3 in Radeon Software 16.12.1.

DETAILED FEATURES

Modify settings conveniently and record seamlessly

 

  • Instant replay up to the last 20 minutes of your workflow
  • One-click record, instant replay, screenshot, and windowed application (region) recording selection
  • Toggle the microphone, instant replay, desktop recording, webcam overlay, and recording indicators
  • Custom hotkey support (configurable in AMD Radeon™ Pro Settings)

Integrated Webcam View for Training and Support

 

  • Add custom overlay images
  • Repositionable and resizable webcam overlay with adjustable opacity
  • Adjustable chroma key settings to remove webcam backgrounds
  • Optional system info overlay

Seamless Integration in AMD Radeon™ Pro Settings

 

  • Free, with no registration required
  • Full screen, desktop, windowed application (region), and multi-monitor capture
  • GPU-accelerated AVC (H.264) and HEVC (H.265) 1 encoding
  • Capture video at up to 4K @ 30fps and up to 100 Mbps, and audio at up to 320 kbps
  • Separate microphone track recording support with adjustable levels and “Push to Talk”

HOW TO USE AMD RADEON PRO RELIVE

 

Learn how to use Radeon™ Pro ReLive by watching this video or downloading the user guide below.

WATCH ADDITIONAL HOW-TO VIDEOS

GET THE USER GUIDE

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive is compatible with the following professional graphics products:

  • AMD Radeon™ Pro SSG graphics
  • AMD Radeon™ Pro Duo series graphics
  • AMD Radeon™ Vega Frontier Edition graphics
  • AMD Radeon™ Pro WX series graphics (excludes Radeon™ Pro WX 2100 GPU and Radeon™ Pro WX 3100 GPU)
  • AMD FirePro™ W series graphics (excludes AMD FirePro™ W2100 GPU) 4

Operating System: Microsoft Windows® 7/10 64-bit operating systems.

Memory: 2GB of system RAM minimum.

COMPATIBILITY

AMD Radeon™ Pro Graphics Card Encoding Support

      AVC (H.264) and HEVC (H.265) 1
AMD Radeon™ Pro Graphics 1080p30 1080p60 1440p30 1440p60 2160p30
AMD Radeon™ Pro SSG
AMD Radeon™ Pro WX 9100
AMD Radeon™ Pro WX 8200
AMD Radeon™ Vega Frontier Edition
AMD Radeon™ Pro Duo
AMD Radeon™ Pro WX 7100
AMD Radeon™ Pro WX 5100
AMD Radeon™ Pro WX 4100
  1. HEVC acceleration is subject to inclusion/installation of compatible HEVC players. GD-81
  2. Up to 44% smaller recorded video file size with AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive HEVC encoding than with AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive AVC encoding. Testing conducted by AMD Performance Lab as of Nov 18th, 2016, on the test system: System: DELL Precision Tower 5810 Workstation CPU: Intel Xeon E5-1603 v3 2.80GHz (4 cores, 4 logical processors), Memory: 64GB RAM, OS: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Build 14393, Graphics: AMD Radeon™ Pro WX 7100, Graphics Driver: AMD Radeon™ Pro Software Crimson ReLive Edition 16.12.1, Storage: Samsung SSD 850 Pro 512GB. Benchmark Application: Estimates of SPECviewperf® 12.1 3dsmax-05 under official run settings with AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive AVC/HEVC capturing the desktop while running SPECviewperf® 12.1 3dsmax-05. For first Round, using AVC encoding, AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive records the video at 60fps, 1080p and 20Mbps. For second Round, using HEVC encoding, AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive records the video at 60fps, 1080p and 10Mbps, which outputs video of the same quality for AVC at 10Mbps. AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive AVC recorded video file size: 459MB. AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive HEVC recorded video file size: 257MB. Performance Differential: (459-257)/459 = ~44.01% smaller recorded video file size on AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive HEVC encoding. Scores are based on AMD internal lab measurements/modelling and may vary. Additional information about SPECviewperf®12.1 can be found at www.spec.org. PC manufacturers may vary configurations, yielding different results. Performance may vary based on the use of latest drivers. HEVC acceleration is subject to inclusion/installation of compatible HEVC players. RPW-65
  3. Using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive results in a 3% performance drop when capturing the desktop at 30fps in SPECviewperf® 12.1, while using Camtasia results in a 25% performance drop. Testing conducted by AMD Performance Lab as of Nov 18th, 2016, on the test system: System: DELL Precision Tower 5810 Workstation CPU: Intel Xeon E5-1603 v3 2.80GHz (4 cores, 4 logical processors), Memory: 64GB RAM, OS: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Build 14393, Graphics: AMD Radeon™ Pro WX 7100, Graphics Driver: AMD Radeon™ Pro Software Crimson ReLive Edition 16.12.1, Storage: Samsung SSD 850 Pro 512GB. Benchmark Applications: SPECviewperf® 12.1 3dsmax-05, catia-04, creo-01, energy-01, maya-04, medical-01, showcase-01, snx-02, sw-03 under official run settings with AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive/Camtasia capturing the desktop at 30fps. Scores: SPECviewperf® 12.1 3dsmax-05 result of 95.1 with no screen recording active and 90.29 using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. Performance Differential: (95.1-90.29)/95.1x100= ~5.06% performance drop when using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. SPECviewperf® 12.1 catia-04 result of 95.24 with no screen recording active and 93.31 using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. Performance Differential: (95.24-93.31)/95.24x100= ~2.03% performance drop when using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. SPECviewperf® 12.1 creo-01 result of 67.09 with no screen recording active and 66.85 using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. Performance Differential: (67.09-66.85)/67.09x100= ~0.36% performance drop when using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. SPECviewperf® 12.1 energy-01 result of 4.76 with no screen recording active and 4.56 using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. Performance Differential: (4.76-4.56)/4.76x100= ~4.20% performance drop when using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. SPECviewperf® 12.1 maya-04 result of 67.7 with no screen recording active and 66.11 using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. Performance Differential: (67.7-66.11)/67.7x100= ~2.35% performance drop when using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. SPECviewperf® 12.1 medical-01 result of 37.82 with no screen recording active and 32.29 using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. Performance Differential: (37.82-32.29)/37.82x100= ~14.62% performance drop when using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. SPECviewperf® 12.1 showcase-01 result of 70.8 with no screen recording active and 67.94 using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. Performance Differential: (70.8-67.94)/70.8x100= ~4.04% performance drop when using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. SPECviewperf® 12.1 snx-02 result of 72.36 with no screen recording active and 70.69 using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. Performance Differential: (72.36-70.69)/72.36x100= ~2.31% performance drop when using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. SPECviewperf® 12.1 sw-03 result of 90.24 with no screen recording active and 88.33 using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. Performance Differential: (90.24-88.33)/90.24x100= ~2.12% performance drop when using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. Tabulated results generated a geomean performance drop of 2.80% or ~3% when using AMD Radeon™ Pro ReLive. Scores: SPECviewperf® 12.1 3dsmax-05 result of 95.1 with no screen recording active and 87.68 using Camtasia. Performance Differential: (95.1-87.68)/95.1x100= ~7.80% performance drop when using Camtasia. SPECviewperf® 12.1 catia-04 result of 95.24 with no screen recording active and 50.57 using Camtasia. Performance Differential: (95.24-50.57)/95.24x100= ~46.90% performance drop when using Camtasia. SPECviewperf® 12.1 creo-01 result of 67.09 with no screen recording active and 42.87 using Camtasia. Performance Differential: (67.09-42.87)/67.09x100= ~36.10% performance drop when using Camtasia. SPECviewperf® 12.1 energy-01 result of 4.76 with no screen recording active and 4.53 using Camtasia. Performance Differential: (4.76-4.53)/4.76x100= ~4.83% performance drop when using Camtasia. SPECviewperf® 12.1 maya-04 result of 67.7 with no screen recording active and 28.66 using Camtasia. Performance Differential: (67.7-28.66)/67.7x100= ~57.67% performance drop when using Camtasia. SPECviewperf® 12.1 medical-01 result of 37.82 with no screen recording active and 25.77 using Camtasia. Performance Differential: (37.82-25.77)/37.82x100= ~31.86% performance drop when using Camtasia. SPECviewperf® 12.1 showcase-01 result of 70.8 with no screen recording active and 64.54 using Camtasia. Performance Differential: (70.8-64.54)/70.8x100= ~8.84% performance drop when using Camtasia. SPECviewperf® 12.1 snx-02 result of 72.36 with no screen recording active and 28.47 using Camtasia. Performance Differential: (72.36-28.47)/72.36x100= ~60.66% performance drop when using Camtasia. SPECviewperf® 12.1 sw-03 result of 90.24 with no screen recording active and 29.69 using Camtasia. Performance Differential: (90.24-29.69)/90.24x100= ~67.10% performance drop when using Camtasia. Tabulated results generated a geomean performance drop of 25.28% or ~ 25% when using Camtasia. Scores are based on AMD internal lab measurements/modelling and may vary. Additional information about SPECviewperf®12.1 can be found at www.spec.org. PC manufacturers may vary configurations, yielding different results. Performance may vary based on the use of latest drivers. RPW-66
  4. AMD FirePro™ W-series graphics cards only support AVC (H.264) encoding.

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