quote mr.DBefore I can help you, you have to make sure that your Xfire even works properly. The way to do that is this: There are several little icons on the lower right corner of your desktop. The most right one is the clock. You should see an Xfire icon among those. If you don't, then go to Start - Programs - Startup and click on Xfire. If Xfire isn't in the Startup list then something is wrong and you haven't made Xfire "run" correctly.Xfire looks very useful but I think I don't know how to use it.
If you have time, please can you describe how to make Xfire to record the game play footage as a video?
quote mr.D2: About internet: It's O.K. to log-off from your account on Xfire homepage, but you shouldn't log-off from your downloaded program. It (probably) can record even with out logging on, but I haven't tried it. There really is no reason to ever log-off.And does this installed software(Xfire) requires you to stay connected to the Internet in-order to record a game play video?