Hello Internet! I am back with my second blog post, and today’s topic is recording and partially editing a CS:GO YouTube Video.
First of all, I open the game, set all Video/Graphics settings to max and set the resolution to 1280×720 Windowed (So you can see the recording software to make sure it’s recording), then I open the demo and go to the tick where the play almost starts, set the playback speed to 0.25x (We’ll get to why I do this later) and start recording using OBS (Open Broadcaster Software) at a resolution of (once again) 1280×720 at 60fps with 1700 bitrate.
Once I’m done recording the video, I replay the same demo, record it again but this time in normal (1x) speed for the sound. Once I’m done with that, I sometimes like to do a cinematic camera thing but that’s a topic for another day.
Now that the recording is done, I open up Sony Vegas 13 Pro, load up the files that I just recorded and I go on the lookout to find copyright-free (IMPORTANT!!) music that would go well with the video.
Once I’ve found my music, first thing I do is set the video speed to 4x because remember, we recorded at 0.25 speed so 0.25×4=1 and with that, we get 60×4 fps to work with (around 240 fps) so we can use slow motion up to 4x as slow as the original and still get 60fps.
Next I sync the sound with the video and start the editing process.
So yeah, those were the basics on getting high fps on your videos even though your computer may be bad. Thanks for reading, and remember, Peace and Love ❤
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