I played the Neverwinter MMO for a month or so. It's free, so no harm in trying it out. That said, it didn't blow my mind.
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This is sort of contradictory. You're playing an MMORPG, which are the most time consuming games out there, but don't have time for Skyrim.I see your point. A missing detail to clarify: I only play MMOs with a gang of friends for a few hours two times a week. I don't log in otherwise.
[...] but the upcoming crowd funded "Star Citizen" and "Elite: Dangerous" are very, very interesting (and very good looking) projects.
hopefully one of my 17 upcoming projects I committed to will get started...
And the way he commands that orchestral sound with all those custom built boxes and pedals is very impressive too.Wow, no kidding! Super impressed!
I had no choice, I couldn't get FCP7 anymore. You might want to read this article, it might change your mind about X.Oh, I fully expect to use it in the future, but the feature I need most isn't in there yet: outputting to broadcast tape. I'd be surprised if they actually bring that back, given within the next 4-8 years, broadcasters will finally be at a point to eschew tapes for files delivered online. For commercials and spots, they all do now, but not for actual shows. The reason being, of course, filesizes.
Using FCP 10, still learning it.You're a braver man than I am.
We are suppose to some in here at work for video editing. I will let everyone know what I think when we get them.I'm certainly interested to hear your thoughts on that since I use Macs for the same purpose. What software are you using (FCP or Premiere)?
Yes... I wonder what the trend will be smaller file size..or just better quality..I knowThe main reason this format was created was to support 4k resolution broadcasts. In terms of other usages, yes, most will opt for "similar" quality to take advantage of lower bitrates. That's not necessarily a bad thing to save on bandwidth costs for the customer.
which path the streaming services will choose...will save them a lot of money for sure.
Personally I find transients very important in the mix, that is where the attack and clarity is in the sound, so it is a good idea to bring them up.I think you misunderstand my method. I work by subtraction, not addition. I bring down the dominant frequencies in a sound source to bring emphasis to the more delicate elements.