Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by SammyNSC, Dec 31, 2009.
Not by me:
My 3 movie realesta ots :
Best moments on Ascalon with comment. Ending is nice.
Why do you play Tibia at such low res? Shorter distance to travel with your mouse for aiming? =)
Because I have a small monitor on my laptop.
I do not like to destroy my eyes by playing very small pictures to open 5 backpacks.
It has no relation to the mouse's distances, my mouse is very fast, I play very large dpi values 4000-4500 dpi.
My mouse it's so fast that I do not have to move my hand in place.
The monitor will burn out my eyes sooner than my hand will get tired.
Alright, thanks for the response
@Tampik Holy shit 4000 dpi? What resolution and Windows mouse sensitivity do you use? How far do you need to move your mouse from backpack to center (character)?
Resolution graphic windows: 175%
Resolution mouse: fast, with option make better sensor
idk but no far , do not ask uncomfortable questions.
In this episode many mid level quest on Ascalon
Some outcast pvp movies by my from the last months with short descriptions (outcastserver.com, custom 7.6)
All movies include mouse movement
Highlevel war, 1 death = hours of exp
(Mostly) Low level fights (duels 1v1), some highlights. Not full duels posted
Best of 5 duels with another strong player with visible SD-counter to keep up with the progress. Full fights from start to finish shows
Tell me what u think boyz
@Adampowicz First thing that comes to mind is that 60 fps would be really nice if your computer can handle recording with that setting. I prefer the croping in the 1st and 2nd movie. All in all it's lots of nice fast-paced action
thx for reply
I actually record in 60 fps AND render in 60fps but it doesnt show up on youtube. My guess is that youtube doesnt see my render encoding correctly somehow. Are you good with Sony Vegas/youtube, and can maybe help me out? xd
Edit: I haven't made a movie about Outcast for a long time. Would be cool to try one if you have raw footage in 60 fps
If you render your video in Sony Vegas then you need to select 60 fps in project properties (alt + enter, or do it when you create a new project) as well as in the render settings.
1920*1080 is enough, but YouTube allows a higher bitrate for higher resolutions (and bitrate is a bottle neck for YouTube uploads)