Everyone wants to buy equipment but nobody wants to think about workflow. Yet, without a well defined idea about anticipated workflow it's difficult to even know what equipment to buy.
One of the advantages of livestreaming is simplified workflow. For instance.
Prepare for the stream.
Do the stream performance.
Check your stats.
Twitch keeps your streams online and it's possible to download them if there's one you want to save. I press the record button in Streamlabs OBS and record everything. So I need big hard drives, video eats disk space. This is how workflow drives equipment purchases.
Tonight, on Inspired Unreality, we continue our quest into feyland.
Ari and Caper were joined by Droggin the dwarf and Quinthalas the elf on their quest into feyland. The Milyagon witch has a message for King Groads, who is only a king on his own property. We meet our friends the fairies from our previous quest to Wilkin Woods and they don't have much use for the pretend king. But we still get along with them fine and they do show us the way. We are standing outside his gate hoping to complete our quest and hurry back home. Feyland is nice ... but dangerous.
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It's all Megan's fault. When she set up https://www.twitch.tv/megantopia
Vivian and I started watching. Before that I knew it was a popular site for live gaming but twitch flew under my radar. Once I saw what Megan was doing and I started to understand how twitch worked, and how it can be used for videos that are not about gaming, I became interested.
The problem with video production is post production. Post production is a lot of work. It takes a long time. There's always a few more tweaks that can make it a little bit better. It can wear you out.
As part of my Film Preservation project, I am cataloginging all the public domain movies I watched this year. This blog post is taken from a thread over on the fediverse, and expanded a bit with links and the like. What follows is a list of more than 50 movies that are in the american public domain, along with links to those movies on various platforms, a short review/synopsis, and comments on the quality of the available prints.
You have been listening to the Related To Geeks Podcast, recorded
June 1st, 2020 on the Monday night Inspired Unreality open game
chat held at Tenkar's Tavern on Discord. For more about our geeky
family visit relatedtogeeks.com. For more information about Inspired
Unreality join Gamer+, a social network for gamers, at gamerplus.org.
Sarah, Carl, Megan, and Larry discussed audio and video production for podcasts and vlogs.
The music for this show is "The Way" by Hairy Larry which is one of the songs Larry posted to Youtube in the 90s that he talked about in the podcast.
The Praise Band sings "Sad Clown" by Larry Heyl and Allie Hubbs. Thanks to Jeremiah Page for joining us on bass.
Dr. Ron Horton, director
Joseph Curtis, trumpet
Michael Newson, tenor sax
Mauricio Dixon, piano
Evan Barwick, bass
Bryan Elder, drums
Jason DeBerry, drums
This documentary was produced by Larry Heyl for HairyLarryLand