Published on April 29th, 2013. Last updated on January 21, 2019.
I am sure as a reader you have either watched Playing Games with Snat, heard about it or have found this link via Google as you are doing your own Lets Play or having problems overlaying audio with footage.
If you are having this problem then carry on reading and if not, why are you here?
The main problem most people have (and the same one I did) is assuming that the audio is recorded as a fix length of time â€“ aka if you recorded 30 minutes of gaming footage and 30 minutes of commentary that it will overlay without any problems. This is not exactly true as I have discovered sampling is what really matters and then secondly making sure audio is recorded without any skips. Continue reading →
Published on July 30th, 2012. Last updated on January 21, 2019.
Okay so you have seen a series like Playing Games with Snat and maybe you have thought – I would love to do one of these myself and have looked up and seen there is millions of ways to do it. Well you are in a bit of luck as due to me not having anything to speak about, I decided to talk about how I got around the problems I had.
I should note that I went down a hardware route as I do console games but I do also use the same setup for PC games in the future. This guide will assume you have nothing so far, not even a PC, but relax as I will even explain that. I will also note the price for it all but it may not exactly be cheap but where possible, I will link to cheaper or free places. Continue reading →
Published on March 22nd, 2012. Last updated on March 22, 2012.
Yesterday I published the following news and there has been some “wondering” related to it. In case you missed the news, I have posted it again below.
I have been informed that there is a few copyright issues on the videos of Wrights Productions and this includes Tweaked for your Viewing Pleasure for certain reasons.
This is not however bad news for my fans. For your pleasure I am going to be re-uploading these to my YouTube account (remember originally I never was able to upload long videos) but will be editing them to fix them up at parts. These will include the new modern intro, HD resolution although it will be on a dolphin backdrop and the start of each video will be re-done to state what happened.
Published on December 27th, 2011. Last updated on December 24, 2019.
Although I did not originally plan to write a review about Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection, I have been flooded with emails asking what I think about it, I decided it is worth posting here and I am going to sum it up in a few words and then do an actual review below in case you are in a hurry.
If you have the originals, this is not worth getting unless you fancy Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker on the Playstation 3.
And now the review and like any other review, I am going to review the game as if there is no original to compare it too so you get to know about the game itself rather than what “has been improved”. Continue reading →
Published on December 6th, 2011. Last updated on December 6, 2011.
As you may know it has got to the point where editing Playing Games with Snat is now taking over 11 hours. This is due to a computer setup which I need to change. As I promised people when I first said about a new computer, I am opening up a donation for anyone that wishes to donate towards the cost I have left to pay.
Your donation will go towards a new computer which will be solely used for editing Playing Games with Snat. So what is in it for you. Well the main thing that is in it for you is simply Playing Games with Snat will be published on time and in future I will be able to do actual HD games as due to the current setup – that is next to impossible without taking around 2 hours per clip (on average, one clip – 5 mins). Continue reading →