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What I've Been Able To Achieve With Roxio Game Capture


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I Started a "series" called "Greatest Boss Fights" The Quality in my opinion is amazing for standard def and almost looks HD when i output it to 720p in different programs.

 

Check it out

 

What do you think?

 

Hi ilikerhinos,

 

Nice videos. I like "Greatest Boss Fights" videos.

 

My questions:

 

1 - Which program you used to record?

 

2 - What was the codec used?

 

3 - What was the program you used to edit video?

 

4 - What was the codec that you used for save after the editing?

 

5 - What was the program you used to encode the video to YT?

 

 

 

Claudio

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Hi ilikerhinos,

 

Nice videos. I like "Greatest Boss Fights" videos.

 

My questions:

 

1 - Which program you used to record?

 

2 - What was the codec used?

 

3 - What was the program you used to edit video?

 

4 - What was the codec that you used for save after the editing?

 

5 - What was the program you used to encode the video to YT?

 

 

 

Claudio

 

I actually used the Roxio Game Capture to record it (i tends to give me the least trouble in terms of speed), and i used AVI.

I used a Program called power director to edit the videos.

I used MP4 custom settings as followed:

 

1280x720 Resolution

30 FPS

Progressive Scan

3000 Kbps Average Bitrate

3000 Kbps Max Bitrate

On the Qulity over Speed Slider i put the Quality to Max (meaning it would take longer but look better)

Enabled Deblocking

AAC Audio at 384 Kbps Bitrate

 

The First video which was about 12 minutes long took slightly less than an hour to encode

and ended being about 300MB.

 

I uploaded the MP4 it to youtube directly, which took about 30 minutes.

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I've tried other media containers, but MP4 seemed to be the overall best mix between speed an quality, MPEG-2 was the fastest at encoding, but the file was usually very large. WMV has the smallest files but takes the longest to Encode.

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I actually used the Roxio Game Capture to record it (i tends to give me the least trouble in terms of speed), and i used AVI.

I used a Program called power director to edit the videos.

I used MP4 custom settings as followed:

 

1280x720 Resolution

30 FPS

Progressive Scan

3000 Kbps Average Bitrate

3000 Kbps Max Bitrate

On the Qulity over Speed Slider i put the Quality to Max (meaning it would take longer but look better)

Enabled Deblocking

AAC Audio at 384 Kbps Bitrate

 

The First video which was about 12 minutes long took slightly less than an hour to encode

and ended being about 300MB.

 

I uploaded the MP4 it to youtube directly, which took about 30 minutes.

 

Try it.

RECORD: VIRTUALDUB using UT VIDEO CODEC.

 

EDIT: PD9 is very good, but / I prefer Sony Vegas 10.

 

OUTPUT EDIT: Avi file with UT VIDEO CODEC + PCM 48hz

 

ENCODE: RIPBOT264 MP4 - HD PROGRESSIVE PROFILE (4096bitrate for 480p and 8192bt for 720p + AAC-LC 128bits)

 

 

Claudio

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