I record live commentary and i also do a week's worth, but usually spanned out across the weekend. What i don't like about chunks of 5 - 15 hours of gameplay is what happens if something went wrong during the recording and you had to scrap it. That would just suck. Also, I don't think I can do live commentary for 15 hours straight...
I saw this post and thought maybe I can add my own questions to it and not need to make a new topic... and this may seem like a dumb question... but is there anyway to rotate a video, because what i recorded now with my iPhone is sideways when played back
I used to be a Ed, Edd and Eddy junkie, I watched that show all day. We also got Dragon Ball Z here on Cartoon Network which I also watched as a child.
hahaha high five dude Ed Edd n Eddy is so bomb.. i still have the complete series on my comp and its still good. I actually feel like Ed Edd n Eddy is the only show that Cartoon Network kept from its golden age.. what happened to things like Dexter's Laboratory and Johnny Bravo... that was good shit... not crap today like Chowder and shit... Remember those good old days coming home from elementary/middle school turning on the TV in the afternoon for some Toonami... Dragonballz and all that shit.
You guys want the classics again... suggest you go to Boomerang or whatever its called... thats where your childhood memories are
why can't they just keep games more realistic rather than using legos... i dont quite understand whats so awesome about legos... i mean yea they were fun and all as a kid... but what makes them so gameworthy
I'm no expert by any stretch of the imagination, but I used the capture feature on Windows Movie Maker, and I really liked it. I used it to record from my dazzle, and I didn't have any problems with it. The quality isn't the best, but it's decent, and shouldn't really be a problem.
alright thanks! I'll have to test it more first then to see how the quality turns out.
Technically, you can create AVI files with Pinnacle, but they are big and some don't have the sufficient hard drive space to carry them, but that quality is very nice and I would suggest going down that route. If you don't have the hard drive, then I would buy an external. Also, couldn't you also use pinnacle to record then just put the fies into WMM, convert to .wmv, then put it in to Camtasia? Just my thoughts.
WMM kept freezing on me whenever I tried to put in the files that were made on pinnacle... =/ sucks.
And thanks for the help batman9502. I've tried using virtualdub, but there were moments when I first used it that had slight lags in my final rendered product, and I had no idea how frequent that would be and how much of a problem that will become in the future.