Scheduling change

The good news is that I will have a longer period of time before I am backlogged by our ongoing Pathfinder gaming schedule, and the associated video production.  The bad news is that it is because we will not be playing the campaign during this week’s scheduled sessions.  With school …

Star Wars Armada – Fleet Ambush

Finished the video for the latest Armada game, with a bit of scheduling difficulty.  500 points of Rebel vs Empire in a Fleet Ambush mission (Rebel’s being ambushed).  Video is up on YouTube already. As before, if you like the video, please click Like.  And if you are interested in …

Double-feature of videos

The wife had a suggestion this last weekend that George and I attempt a game of Star Wars Armada before the regularly scheduled Pathfinder session – challenge accepted.  Unfortunately, this lead to a rather rushed Armada game, though both sides put up a valiant effort.  More troubling however is that …

My editing process, part 3

Continuing my description of my self-taught editing process, this time dealing with the final editing and rendering.  This is as it relates to my efforts at creating reasonable length videos for my YouTube channel.

My editing process, part 1

In a number of my recent posts, I have been linking to YouTube videos on my channel, or talking about a lot of my challenges both with video and audio.  In general though, I haven’t really talked about the process by which I actually go thru the editing.  That being …

Condensed Rise of the Runelords, Chapter 3.3

After a lengthy editing session, I have managed to distill the latest game session video to a far more reasonable 52 minutes of length, compared to the original 5 hour session.  As is typical, much of the normal gaming session is filled with rules discussions, explanations, and general chatter in …

About the DSLR

So, I was finally able to get some time, and as planned, worked with the wife’s DSLR camera, in an attempt to improve the video quality of the various projects.  Dedicated power cord so that the battery doesn’t die – check.  Large enough memory card to hold many hours of …