So what exactly is a good filesize for youtube, or what are the sizes of your videos after you guys are done with everything?
IIRC, I mostly ended up w/ mpegs less than 400MB or so.What he said, I get about the same size sometimes around 100mb if I'm lucky, it depends on the beat map and stuff.
I'm pretty sure you can get that filesize lower with a different container, but I have a hi-speed internet connection, so I don't bother.
Very nice tutorial. I was wondering how to do this, and then stumbled upon this, so thanks!Fullsize 30 fps.
Quick question: Let's say your computer can't handle both a full-size recording and 60 fps through FRAPS without stuttering and lag in the video.
Which option would sacrifice less quality: half-size with 60 fps or full-size w/ 30 fps?
Because I don't have Fraps nor Sony Vegas, I made a video in Xfire. However, the music desyncs after a minute of recording. Why? Are my settings wrong somewhere?Sorry, but its because xfire always desyncs, or most of the time anyway.
I'm recording with 30fps, Half Size of 1280x960 = 640x480.
Audio: Vista Audio, Vista Audio Mixer.
Run fraps, record the video.
Open it, drag the video into the VirtualDubMod window.
Go to Video -> Compression -> Choose "XVid MPEG4 Codec", then press 'Configure', set Target Quantizer to about '6.81', press OK.
Go to File -> Save As..., name your video yourvideoname.avi and save it.
why did I write this, it was already in a thread. I need to use search = =