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EYE CANDY: Share your gameplay VIDEOS here!

#1
Figured we could use a seperate thread from the original screenshot thread - this one's just for videos. So grab your copy of FRAPS and show us how much you suc... err... kick ass at your favorite games!

I'll start:


Titan Quest with the Immortal Throne expansion pack:
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzHj6NXKOiE"]Titan Quest Immortal Throne Gameplay - YouTube[/ame]
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#2
And an older video from back when I was re-playing Doom 3 with some neat-o weapon lighting mods:

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWuh6HVUux4"]Doom 3 (PC) - Gameplay Video - 1080p Widescreen - Part 3 - YouTube[/ame]
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#3
So DiRT 3 has a YouTube Uploader built in. Kind of sweet, though it doesn't look like they upload in HD.

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Soi_ZO96oLI"]TEST UPLOAD: DiRT3-RALLY-FINLAND-1 - YouTube[/ame]
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#4
Along with my copy of ME3, I ordered a hard drive so I have nigh-unlimited space for recording video of my playthrough. I'll be playing this week, but the videos probably won't make it online until the weekend.
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#5
Overwheat Wrote:So DiRT 3 has a YouTube Uploader built in. Kind of sweet, though it doesn't look like they upload in HD.

Freakin' awesome, looks like DiRT 3 returned to what made the original DiRT so much fun for me. In fact I've been playing the original a bit lately...
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#6
I'm gonna see how well my computer does with FRAPS and DiRT 3 and it's DX11 deliciousness.
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#7
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYlJedXBX9M"]DiRT 3 FRAPS 1080p 60FPS Test - YouTube[/ame]
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#8
Overwheat Wrote:DiRT 3 FRAPS 1080p 60FPS Test - YouTube

VERAH AWESOME! You've got me wanting to play it now for sure...

Keep in mind that YouTube will drop every other frame on a 60fps video so it will play back at 30fps all the time. So when you do your encode you might want to encode it at 30fps to save bandwidth and get a better quality render.

You could also just tell FRAPS to record at 30fps instead of 60, but doing that kind of annoys me because the framerate difference during gameplay can be distracting. It does save on HDD space though. Smile
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#9
What would you use to encode it? Because I really don't see YT bein' all "we totally love 1.5GB per minute of footage you're uploading".
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#10
Sorce Wrote:What would you use to encode it? Because I really don't see YT bein' all "we totally love 1.5GB per minute of footage you're uploading".

I personally use Sony Vegas Professional and encode it with the MainConcept MP4/AVC codec. You could really use whatever suits you, even ... shudder... Windows Movie Maker.

Editing video with Vegas has a bit of a learning curve, but it's pretty intuitive... a hell of a lot better than Adobe Premiere IMO.
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#11
I did actually encode it at 30fps, it was just recorded at 60fps.

I use Adobe Premiere for my video editing, mainly cause I actually got formal training on Premiere so It's what I know. I encoded that particular video with MP4/h.264, the file was only 540mb after encode, and that was a 1-pass.
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#12
Adobe premiere is like an automatic transmission... a complete freakin' mystery powered by voodoo and witchcraft. Big Grin I wish I had some training in it...

Too much talkie, not enough videos hehe
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#13
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpWFggV3E...e=youtu.be

So as you may have read in the only other active thread on this forum (lol), I reinstalled Doom 3 for some old skool fun. I got the latest and greatest graphical mods and figured I would make a video showing off the differences between vanilla Doom 3 and modded Doom 3.

On the left? Vanilla Doom 3 right out of the box... on the right? Doom 3 with Sikkmod, Wulfen's high res texture pack, Monoxead's high res Mars City pack, and venom menu mods. All of these mods are free...

See this Steam forums thread for more information and download links:

http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/sh...?t=2128115
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#14
Me beating the final boss in Doom 3 Big Grin

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ogD-ywL0vA"]Doom 3 Final Boss Battle! (Doom 3 with Sikkmod, Wulfen's and Monoxead Textures) - YouTube[/ame]


Also, I am thoroughly disappointed in the amount of videos being posted here. I will punish you all.
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#15
I will see if Xbox allows me too. Tongue
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#16
So Bioshock started glitching out on me, here's what it looked like.

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONTRJgYGq1E"]Graphics Glitching in Bioshock Infinite[/ame]
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#17
holy shit, lol
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#18
Thought I'd jump on the wagon here and post a test gameplay with my elgato HD recorder I just bought. Records in 1080p. [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUae2LHy82s"]Call of Duty: Ghosts - Pwnage on Overlord - YouTube[/ame]
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#19
What's with the dog?
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#20
Blue Spartan A Wrote:Thought I'd jump on the wagon here and post a test gameplay with my elgato HD recorder I just bought. Records in 1080p. [/url]


Awesome! How much does that recorder run? I'm assuming it takes input via HDMI?

I've been looking for something like that to do Android app/game reviews (connecting the phone/tablet via MHL and HDMI).

Also, I've never been much of a fan of the run and gun military-ish shooters, but your video sure makes it look fun as hell. I love the stealth aspect - reminds me of my days playing Action Half-Life looooong looooong ago.

Welcome to the forum! Big Grin
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#21
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SV96k1xVq3s"]Borderlands - General Knoxx's Armory (3rd run) - (40 minutes, Nvidia Shadowplay) - YouTube[/ame]

I decided to test out Nvidia's ShadowPlay recording technology last night, here's ~40 minutes of me sucking ass at Borderlands. This was recorded with ShadowPlay on the 'Medium' preset and uploaded directly to Youtube with no re-encoding or editing.

Shadowplay is pretty damned awesome. For those unaware, it's a new technology that Nvidia debuted in it's driver software a few month's ago that basically uses the built-in hardware x.264 encoder on Geforce (6 and 7 series) GPUs to record gameplay video on-the-fly completely penalty free. Think FRAPS but without any sort of CPU penalty... it's amazing.

Oh yeah... 40 minutes of 1080p/60fps gameplay video ate up about 6GB of space at the Medium quality settings. I don't think that's too shabby at all.
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#22
TheGeekRedneck Wrote:Borderlands - General Knoxx's Armory (3rd run) - (40 minutes, Nvidia Shadowplay) - YouTube

I decided to test out Nvidia's ShadowPlay recording technology last night, here's ~40 minutes of me sucking ass at Borderlands. This was recorded with ShadowPlay on the 'Medium' preset and uploaded directly to Youtube with no re-encoding or editing.

Shadowplay is pretty damned awesome. For those unaware, it's a new technology that Nvidia debuted in it's driver software a few month's ago that basically uses the built-in hardware x.264 encoder on Geforce (6 and 7 series) GPUs to record gameplay video on-the-fly completely penalty free. Think FRAPS but without any sort of CPU penalty... it's amazing.

Oh yeah... 40 minutes of 1080p/60fps gameplay video ate up about 6GB of space at the Medium quality settings. I don't think that's too shabby at all.

Love me some shadowplay. I really like that you can choose to record microphone input as well so if you want to commentate, or in my case, make sure your own voice is recorded in team games.

I'll need to see about uploading some of the Titanfall stuff I did during the beta.
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#23
Overwheat Wrote:Love me some shadowplay. I really like that you can choose to record microphone input as well so if you want to commentate, or in my case, make sure your own voice is recorded in team games.

Not only can you do that, but you can also overlay webcam footage in one corner of the screen if you want. Not that I would. No one wants to see my fat face. lol...
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#24
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2BE6aEK2Sw"]The Geek Redneck - Let's Play TEST - Need For Speed Underground (PC) - YouTube[/ame]
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#25
God, I love the music in that game. And the characters. And the customization. Not so much the rubberbanding.

I really wish they had kept this "universe" going after Carbon, but alas, it was not to be.
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#26
Sorce Wrote:God, I love the music in that game. And the characters. And the customization. Not so much the rubberbanding.

I really wish they had kept this "universe" going after Carbon, but alas, it was not to be.

I swear to God every time "Two Lane Blacktop" comes on in the game I start bobbing my head and dancing like a retard. Best driving song EVAR!
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#27
And a year later guess what video I'm going to post?

A quick race in NFS: Underground! - IN GLORIOUS 4K (3840x2160) with 16xAA and 16xAF!

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAEyX6V1pE8[/ame]
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#28
Here's an example of how well CEMU emulates the Wii U. I decided to hit the 'record' hotkey before I fought the boss in the Wind Temple in Zelda: Wind Waker HD. The video is in 1080p, but I was actually playing in 4K which looks even more amazing than the video.

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeGVqj2I3kY[/ame]
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#29
Doing my Borderlands 2 runthrough. Wanted to do a new TVHM with Gaige, but I decided to start from scratch. 720p30.

Here's part 1:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIUTAaEkQKE

Here's part 2:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-b_6QkU_twQ

Part 3 is 95% processed as I post this, but here it is anyway.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-O9olVdclQ
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#30
Doing my Borderlands 2 runthrough. Wanted to do a new TVHM with Gaige, but I decided to start from scratch. 720p30.

Here's part 1:
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIUTAaEkQKE[/ame]

Here's part 2:
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-b_6QkU_twQ[/ame]

Part 3 is 95% processed as I post this, but here it is anyway.
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-O9olVdclQ[/ame]
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#31
Part 4 is up, now with keyboard/mouse activity goodness.

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArjlpFCTT3E[/ame]
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#32
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#36
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#37
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