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Re: Tips on Recording
« Reply #15 on: 09:01:01 PM 01/31/16 »
or uhh, with other friends i know you mentioned smite
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Re: Tips on Recording
« Reply #16 on: 09:04:50 PM 01/31/16 »
Yeah to all of those, but who ever is really down for that? I remember last time we tried to organize one, and everyone just started getting off of skype or went to go do something. By the end of the talk it was down to three people and it just wouldnt work out.
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Re: Tips on Recording
« Reply #17 on: 05:50:45 AM 02/01/16 »
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But if it were to happen to me, it would seem entirely unpreffesional.

Who cares if u seem unpreffesional and what you should ask yourself what u thing is proffessional work? there is really not much in gaming.. well if u are review games, then u might have some, but in just gaming for fun? really none.

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Yeah to all of those, but who ever is really down for that? I remember last time we tried to organize one, and everyone just started getting off of skype or went to go do something. By the end of the talk it was down to three people and it just wouldnt work out

What wrong just playing with few people? it just gives more the viewers know other better, also to other player interact with others... and there is a lot of Co-op games that u can play with few friends.
Yeah maybe like CAD games, that could be like party games, then u may need bit more players than few.

And yeah last time we tried get to together it needed lot of fail planning, then i remember we just with no plan started to talk and then play for few hours. :D
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Re: Tips on Recording
« Reply #18 on: 05:52:21 AM 02/01/16 »
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but in just gaming for fun? really none.

quote my own text  ???

ou.. well, only thing that I came up was good video and audio quality.
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Re: Tips on Recording
« Reply #19 on: 06:51:18 AM 02/01/16 »
Recording solo can be a bit scary, but I eventually just started talking about whatever comes to mind and made my editing software my biggest help. I also gained a lot of confidence because of my viewers' support. You have to take a big step into that dark scary pit of potential bullsh*t before you know if what you're doing is actually bad or if it's just in your head.

Also, I'm always up for collabs (if I'm awake ofcourse).

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Re: Tips on Recording
« Reply #20 on: 05:22:51 PM 02/01/16 »
Yes, I wouldn't mind playing one of those "party" games with people. Like CAH, TOS, Would you rather, or even that weird drawing game. My advice is to still make your own videos first to get antiquated with the feeling of talking to yourself.   

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« Reply #21 on: 05:30:40 PM 02/01/16 »
Well Id like to try some Minecraft stuff, so I posted a thing in the collab thing.
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