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User Info: svr2006gawd

svr2006gawd
5 years ago#1
1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3z4nrmT5J4&list=UUDKk4lRiK5HSa45Z-WuJbbw&index=3&feature=plcp

2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usuEeSsxFs8&list=UUDKk4lRiK5HSa45Z-WuJbbw&index=2&feature=plcp

3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItYKW4UgHJs&list=UUDKk4lRiK5HSa45Z-WuJbbw&index=1&feature=plcp

These were all recorded in MSI Afterburner, each one with different settings. I won't reveal the settings so I can see if people notice a difference without knowing which video is recorded with what settings.

I'm trying to get great quality, while also having smooth videos and good file sizes. After I get it where I want it, I'm going to start making longer videos, maybe some Let's Plays too. Subscribe if you'd like, I'd appreciate it.
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User Info: daveyman23

daveyman23
5 years ago#2
Is video 2 with highest settings?

Its sorta hard to tell =p

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svr2006gawd
5 years ago#3
After more people comment, I will reveal the one with the highest quality setting.
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User Info: McHamen

McHamen
5 years ago#4
Between 2 and 3, but I'm leaning closer to 2.

User Info: arleas

arleas
5 years ago#5
Considering it's youtube I wouldn't worry that much. I didn't see anything in any of the videos that just screamed "OMG LOW QUALITY". It might be more apparent in longer videos though. I would say you should go with whatever is easiest for you without compromising the quality severely. Without me trying to go through the videos frame by frame and look for flaws (something I wouldn't do even if you asked me) I'm not going to notice a major difference between those three you posted though.
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User Info: iusefebreze

iusefebreze
5 years ago#6
3 seems smoother to me but 2 looks like it has better quality, 1 is gross all round
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User Info: SmoboHash

SmoboHash
5 years ago#7
They're pretty much the same, but 2>3>1 for me.

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svr2006gawd
5 years ago#8
Okay guys, thanks. 1 is at 90%, 2 is at 100% and 3 is at 95%. I like 2 and 3, leaning towards 3, seems smoother, and when I make longer videos it'll run better I imagine.
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