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Silverfisk Jun 14 2010 says:

You also need to up the framerate.
I can highly recommend using the DivX codec for encoding the video file, it's what I use and it delivers amazing quality at a really, really low file size.

You did well!

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SupaNinjaMan Jun 15 2010 replied:

Thank you Silver!
I had it set to thirty, but I think sixty is a good idea. I was going to use the DivX, but the size didn't conform to their odd scaling standards. Next time I'll record at a better size for it.

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architectts Nov 4 2010 says:

It's been a long time since you made this, but I thought there was lots of unnecessary jerking movements with the camera. Nice style of characters though.

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SupaNinjaMan Nov 9 2010 replied:

That's just The Ship and its interesting style.

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Testing my use of Source Recorder for a possible 'The Ship' machinima. There are lots of things I need to work on, namely camera movements, camera speed, the little clicking noises due to the keys, and the sound cutting off. I also need to choose a better compressor for .avi files, although, this size is quite good, I really want more quality.

I should add, this is a camera test, and my first time using Source Recorder. I think I did alright.

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Jun 13th, 2010
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