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Post Posted: Thu Mar 14, 2013 6:56 am   
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Even though I have been very busy for the past few months and not as active as usual the 360-HQ YouTube channel is still slowly building up. Thanks to all of our supports (a whole 386 lol). I was hoping for a few more, but hey, there are loads of channels out there.

360-HQ on YouTube Stats - March 14, 2013:
- 1,255,525 video views
- 386 subscribers
- 678 Videos

360-HQ on YouTube Stats - March 31, 2013:
- 1,264,510 views
- 401 subscribers
- 700 Videos

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Subscribed Cool
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Post Posted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 6:10 am   
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Subscribed Cool

thx enigma516, hope you enjoy the vids mate. Smile
We now have 401 subscribers. That's up 15+ in the past say 2 weeks.

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Post Posted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 7:33 am   
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Nice. I catch them all. just curious, What do you use to screen capture, what settings do you capture such as what FPS, Quality setting (If you have those options to choose from) and what format do you record in.. Then once recorded what is the file sizes like, and do you convert to a smaller file size before uploading on youtube?

The reason I ask is because I do not do very long videos. I try to record at about 60fps capture and 98% quality. A one minute clip at that setting on MSI afterburner puts out a severl gig avi file. I then either edit in After effects which also puts out a large file avi file. or go straight to conversion with a program called WinAvi converter, I can then convert to AVI in that program and turn that several gig sized file into something much smaller without losing any visual quality, sometimes maybe just a tiny bit but not usually noticeable. so it will turn that 1 min 2.5 gig video into 40mb maybe. making it much faster to upload to youtube.

Was curious what you use, your settings and file sizes you get.


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Post Posted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 7:47 am   
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Nice. I catch them all. just curious, What do you use to screen capture, what settings do you capture such as what FPS, Quality setting (If you have those options to choose from) and what format do you record in.. Then once recorded what is the file sizes like, and do you convert to a smaller file size before uploading on youtube?

The reason I ask is because I do not do very long videos. I try to record at about 60fps capture and 98% quality. A one minute clip at that setting on MSI afterburner puts out a severl gig avi file. I then either edit in After effects which also puts out a large file avi file. or go straight to conversion with a program called WinAvi converter, I can then convert to AVI in that program and turn that several gig sized file into something much smaller without losing any visual quality, sometimes maybe just a tiny bit but not usually noticeable. so it will turn that 1 min 2.5 gig video into 40mb maybe. making it much faster to upload to youtube.

Was curious what you use, your settings and file sizes you get.


Well i use the software which came with my Hauppage HD PVR. I will check the settings for you now, but it basically records in any format you select, 1080p, 720p or whatever but outputs to .M2TS, .TS (MPEG-2 TS Video) or MP4.. I use MP4 to capture in and then edit my videos using another editor. At 720p the videos after editing were around i think at 30 fps 500-700mb, but these days im recording in 1080p 60 fps. so they are huge. It takes me around 3 hrs to upload them even after I've edited. lol

Anyway, I will reply in a tick with my complete setup and settings.

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Hauppage HD PVR: http://hauppage.com/site/products/data_hdpvr.html
Hauppage Software: Total Media Extreme (included)

Available Codecs: .M2TS, .TS (MPEG-2 TS Video) or MP4

Total Media Extreme Settings using MP4 Output:

Video Input: YPrPb
Audio input: S/PDIF
PC Audio Mode: 5.1 Channels
Soure Resolution: 1920x1080 @ 30 frames per second
Max Bitrate: 9.0 Mbps (Constant) (i am updating this soon to play more)

Hauupage Default Settings 1080p Using MP4 Output:

Stream 0
- Type: Video
- Codec: H264 - MPEG-4 AVC (part 10) avc1
- Language: English
- Resolution: 1920x1080
- Frame rate: 29.970029
- Decoded format: Planar 4:2:0 YUV

Stream 1
- Type: Audio
- Codec: MPEG AAC Audio (mp4a)
- Launguage: English
- Channels: Stereo
- Sample rate: 480000 Hz


Basically those are the setting I am running.. I did have it running at 60fps but then i found youtube always re-encodes them back to 30fps anyway. well i think. does that info help anyone?

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Nice. I only record in 720, my monitor will not allow me to choose the 1920 - 1080 setting in games. I have to stick to something like 1360 x 768.


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Nice. I only record in 720, my monitor will not allow me to choose the 1920 - 1080 setting in games. I have to stick to something like 1360 x 768.


A 10 minute video recorded in 1080p using variable Bit Rate of 13.5 MB will produce a .mp4 movie sized 532MB. A 10 minute video recording in 1080p using a constant Bit Rate of 9MB will produce a .mp4 movie sized xxx MB.

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you loose nothing recording at 720p because the 1080p of the xbox is an upscaled one
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2 more subscribers and 360-HQ has 550 YouTube subscribers.. Smile
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2 more subscribers and 360-HQ has 550 YouTube subscribers.. Smile


2 more subs and we hit 600.. wow. seems like it grows fast once you get some numbers up huh? I haven't been pushing it at all either, just doing my own thing, recording gameplay etc.

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