Tuesday, December 31, 2013

OBS Plugins That I Like That are a work in progress.

 Now that you got OBS running the way you want it to it is perfect as it is then you go and see that some users have nice looking ability chat overlays ease of access information while setting up and you go "I wish those were in OBS." or you have knowledge of programing and wish to make OBS better.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Wii U Doomed. Why?

I keep hearing that the Wii U and Nintendo is irrelevant, doomed, a bad video game company but what really is going on I would like to know.

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Dust An Elysian Tail ESRB Logo crash

I have noticed when I tried to open Dust An Elysians Tail that it crashed when booting up on windows 7 running .NET framework 4.5 so I messed around and found a simple solution.

Friday, November 15, 2013

PS4 concerns And VitaTV

Recently there have been a good amount of people saying that the PS4 as a "Red Line Of Death" I have absolutely no clue on this problem..some say its because of the 1.50 update others say it was because of the hardware I think I'll old off on buying one until this is either proven or fixed.

Monday, November 11, 2013

My Preferred Add-ons For Firefox

Addons are now almost a necessity for both firefox and google chrome not because they are broken but because they are just so useful or just to personalize your browser the way you like it. Though not all addons are useful, helpful, or even safe cough'babylontoolbar'cough.

So these are some addons I like or recommend. For you to try.

Friday, November 8, 2013

My Favorite Firefox About:config Tweaks

Type About:config in URL bar to get there then it says something about Firefox having a warranty click the "I'll be careful,I promise" to continue.

To change a value just double click it or right click then modify. Once done just restart the browser as some changes do need one to take effect.

1) Spell checker more checky
0 disable
1 default
2 for all text typed to be spell checked

2) Open search results in a new tab
set to true
default false

Monday, June 17, 2013

OBS 720p-1080p streaming setup guide

Make sure your computer can handle HD streaming (CPU I5 or higher) and you have fast Internet before putting any effort into this guide.

Once done installing OBS start the program up and hit the settings button.

Once in the settings menu you shall see several tabs to the side one of which is encoding there is going to be listed Video Encoding and Audio Encoding. In video encoding type in the Max Bitrate (kb/s): box any where from 2750-4000(if the stream is stuttering lower the Bitrate) and under Audio Encoding AAC at 128 or higher. (lower if any audio problems arise)

Broadcast Settings
Next is the broadcast settings Make sure the Mode is live stream.then choose the streaming service and enter your account details and choose the closest server to you.Make sure auto-reconnect is Checked and the timeout is 10 and delay is at least 3. You can check Minimize network impact if you are having Internet troubles while running OBS. and if you want to record the stream just check the save to file and choose where to save it.


Under video you can stream the resolution of your computer by checking monitor or what we want custom resolution For 720p 1280 in the first box and 720 in the second so 1280x720 for 1080p you want 1920x1080 once that is done go down to FPS and put in 30(60 FPS you  need a very strong computer for this)

Audio is where you put in your microphone device and your audio capture device for games fairly simple you can skip this step if you are just playing games on PC or just streaming from web cam.

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Windows Movie Maker Comparisons

Well from the start 6.0 shares the 2.6 look and there are many similarities.

The basic usability of the UI is still there from 2.6 still very simple can still separate video and audio put other audio over the original the basics still the same way to import files to the project.

The effects and transitions are the same nothing different here either.

So you must be wondering "what is different from 2.6 or other releases?". Well they have a new preview window and there is.....ummm....well you can put other...no you need codecs for that...you can save movies for....emails. 

I got nothing windows didn't add anything new or useful beyond fixing some problems and even then you need codecs to import other file formats something 2.6 lacks the ability to do. Beyond that the two are exactly the same. I would use 6.0 with the codecs only for the ease of use nothing more.

Though Windows Live Movie Maker is better than 2.6 and 6.0 in that it natively supports more formats but its UI is a mess.

The only reason i would choose Live is the compatibility with file formats and the slight bit more effects than 2.6 and 6.0 have. Other than that I hope you like the storyboard style of editing and the "amazing" ribbon UI.

As for alternatives well almost any other video editor is better than these just use any of the Windows Movie Maker products to start learning the basics of video editing.

Monday, April 29, 2013

Wii U 3.0 update

   In a few words much better. The speed that the menus load now are drastically faster and the fact you can go right to the the Wii menu by holding down the B button as it boots  up is a welcome addition.

   The screen issue has finally been fixed and thank god it has I mean that should have been a day one option in the first place.

   Also I found that some of the bugs present in the last update have been fixed but some new ones have appeared most from trying to load from one program to another it loads up but it displays a blank white screen it can be easily fixed if you exit the application then reload it from the Wii U menu.

   Not to mention the download improvement now we can queue multiple downloads change order and install them from there so much better. Software updates for games themselves don't seem to have changed unfortunately.

   A minor update to most people would be the support of two USB devices instead of one but that to me that is a great improvement now I won't have to worry about unplugging my USB hard drive if I want to transfer something to my Wii U internal storage or even unplug my hard drive if i need to transfer something to it.

   Overall it was an update most needed and only a few problems here and there it still makes the Wii U a far better system to use since the last update.