ask-flameheart asked: CAN I PWEASE KNOW HOW LARRYS DOING?!?! :D
He’s doing okay :)
I’ll be posting a vlog soon!
What SwingPoynt uses to make videos with!
I’ve gotten a few questions about my setup. So here you guys go!
AS OF 6/9/2014
- CPU: AMD FX-8350 @ 4.0Ghz
- GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 Ti
- RAM: 16GB DDR3
- SSD: 250GB Samsung 840 EVO
- HDD: 2TB HDD
- Display: 27” AOC 2ms LCD Monitor (Model: e2752Vh), and My TV xD (26” Vizio LCD)
- OS: Windows 8.1, 64-bit
- Microphone: Samson C01U (I recommend the AT2020 over this Samson though) And I have a pop filter on it. Just some cheaper 15 dollar one from amazon
- Capture Card for Consoles: Hauppauge HD PVR 2 (I recommend El Gato instead)
- Webcam: Logitech C920, might be a good idea to look into getting a digital camcorder instead if money is available
- Headset: Turtlebeach X12
- Keyboard/Mouse: Some cheap wireless keyboard mouse combo
- A Pretty awesome Snow-Berry Flavored Peace Tea can filled with sand that I have my webcam mounted on
- An even more awesome brick that is painted to look like spongebob with his butt sticking out that helps boost my webcam up a couple more inches
- A lamp with a daylight color bulb to illuminate dis face.
- Gamepad/Controller for PC games that support it: Wired Xbox 360 Controller. You can try other methods for controllers, but this is by far the easiest to use and compatible with the most.
- More HDMI and power cables than you can shake a stick at
- Internet Speed: 30 mb/s Download, 4 mb/s Upload.
- Record webcam: OBS, Also known as Open Broadcaster Software
- Record Games / Record Monitor: OBS (I run two separate instances of OBS, one for webcam, one for games) I use Hauppauge Capture for the consoles.
- Record Voice: Audacity
- Thumbnails: Adobe Photoshop CC, Oh and Spotify so I can jam out while making them.
- Editing: Adobe Premiere Pro CC, and occasionally Adobe After Effects CC. I used to use Sony Vegas Pro 12. I don’t recommend Vegas Pro. It has a nice interface, but it crashes A LOT, and has rendering issues. If you do for whatever reason choose Vegas. Go for the Vegas 12 Edit version. It’s the same program except you can’t make hard copy Blu Rays…(I don’t think you are going to be needing to do that, and the Edit version is cheaper). Also, if you are a student (or even still have access to an old .edu e-mail account), be sure to look into student discounts before looking into editing programs. They can save you a TON of money.
- Voice Chat when Collaborating: Skype
reidraymondc asked: how larry the cat doing?
He’s doing okay right now. I can only hope it stays that way :)