28 Jul - 11:25
Ah cheers mate. Yeah I know about VB Audio, (currently using that exact same thing as GFE has static on the mic channel. So to get around it you install VB's virtual audio cable and then in Windows configure your mic to "listen to this device" and point it at VB's virtual cable. Then in GFE you tell it to record the virtual cable and not your mic, and hey presto, no more static).
What I ideally would like is to be able to record all three audio inputs, game sound, TS and my mic in separate audio channels, (as Dxtory allows you to). Because I don't get to game much, (well I won't once I start my new job), any recordings I make I can choose how to use. So if I record a match with all of us, I can either use it as a vid to show how teamwork works in R6, (in which case I would include all three audio channels), or if I simply wanted to do a map overview or weapon review, (as examples), I would drop TS audio and my mic and just do a voiceover the game sound. Allows much more flexibility. Also handy to be able to manage the audio levels of all three inputs so, you don't suddenly get your ear drums blown out when someone gets too excited in TS.
29 Jul - 23:48
Ok after quite a bit of messing around. I think this is the best quality I can get when recording using GFE and uploading 1440p to YouTube. Have a butchers and see what you guys think.
P.S. Don't worry about the audio I know why it's not as good as it should be. My cat messed with the setting of my GSX 1000 while I was playing some rounds and I didn't notice till after I'd finished.
29 Jul - 23:59
That's looking pretty good m8! Btw, nice intro! If you have some time, could you help me setting that up? :D
30 Jul - 01:14
I ain't gonna lie mate, the intro is just a template I bought and then you can do some simple editing to it, like add your logo, change colours and stuff. Some templates you can do more.
I'm no expert but I can chat to you about it sure mate, but that one only looks that good cause I bought a template.