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A small taste of what's I've got to offering... Lol so outclassed here but I believe that helps me get better? No worries the shows called " how u beat me in chess" and I haven't viewed it yet... Prolly a bunch of great stuff cheers
On the topic of mics (not claiming to be an expert), built in mic quality varies a lot. Part of the issue is that a built in mic may pick up the computer's fan noise and vibration if your laptop runs noisily. Headset mics are particularly close to your mouth and may pick up background breathing noises if you don't have a windscreen (usually just a foam cover). Most people I know who produce stuff like this (podcasts, etc.) use small stand mics that sit on the desk between them and the computer. As far as individual quality goes, I would pay attention to reviews on Amazon or other tech sites. I have heard people get good results with all sorts of mics. I personally use a headset mic and windscreen, but it picks up a bit much of my breathing noises.
Camtasia Sudio 8 to record the screen.
Microsoft LX-3000 Headset to record my voice.
*I should also note I lower the volume slider really low when I am about to record. That way I don't squelch when I talk. Later when I edit the video I amplify the volume three-fold.
I vote for aww-rats.
My vote goes to squarology.
And, guys, I just put up another video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A42kj_k3LM0
I'll put up in the second part tomorrow where I rematch my second opponent.
Also, I've updated my web page (http://www.squarology.com) so that it's user friendly. I don't have much content on it now but I'll be updating it daily. And I won't have just blitz on it.
This isn't really a "Blitz Session", but I thought I'd leave it here anyways : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylAyJeV0g5w
Basically a mix of puzzles, blitz and rants. If you liked it, check out the four previous episodes :)
Hey, that was awesome. I only saw the first 15 minutes or so but there was a good bit of educational material. Heck, even the part where you talk about IM Pool was educational. Some quotes I liked: "I am sick: I got a runny nose, a sore throat and an ear infection. I'm also feeling lazy." "I'll see you on the other side of the paused video, whatever that means." "You're a 2200, how do you not know basic opening theory?" And lastly, "It's kinda funny, I can't develop any of my kingside pieces...AT ALL."
I tried to be that articulate in my recent videos but I was like "uhh, yeah, umm, well, huh? oh, yeah. so, yeah." It's like the more I try to explain the worse I explain.
Thanks for the technical info gents.
And thank you everybody who voted for me or thought I was good. You guys are really awesome. I promise you I can improve a lot.
Oh I just realized I forgot to vote
I'll go with :
Yeah, Mainline_Novelty was a lot of fun to listen to. He keeps it rolling along nicely and can play good chess at the same time. Awesome.
I have made some videos since the first entry. Basically I want people to see more the kind of vids I can make. You can also google other vids and I especially recommend pattern recognition videos. In any case I would looooove to do these....I've literally spent every single day since seeing this on the refresh button on this thread I am so excited about this. But here goes:
1. Playing blitz vs high rated players:
2. Playing slighly longer unrated vs lower rated and more explaining:
3. Bullet brawls:
vs GM Joey http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lx3DhCZPnmc and vs another user who challenged me: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-i62IOQJwg
I see you have a Mac? you might want to use Quicktime to record the screen and then edit the video with iMovie ;)
If you get some echo, try to put the volume to the minimum (in the quicktime controls)
A little late to the party! But hopefully not too late. Always enthusiatic, hopefully poetic, and sometimes play good chess!Throw in a couple Rensch pop culture references too! Let me know what you think everybody! Gotta love chess.com.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PZViu0eAHM&feature=youtu.be
how much did the screen recorder cost ??
Camtasia Studio... 300 dollars.
Microsoft LX-3000... 30 dollars.
Truly Ergonomic Keyboard... 250 dollars.
Logitech G600... 70 dollars.
Spinny Chair... 100 dollars.
Losing the Chess.com YouTube Tryouts by 1 vote... Priceless.
I vote squareoligy!
spinny chair lol
that might be out of my price range at the moment,
Oops! Posted the same game. Here's another little guy! Hope you guys enjoy.Oh chess.com viewership, will you be mine?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnDhZq7hu7k
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