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    Senior Member HUK is on a distinguished road
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    coolleR vs strenx aerowalk 60fps vhosting test

    quake live [M5] coolleR vs strenx aerowalk QuakeCon 2011 (v.2)

    What best? Youtube vs wistia

    Youtube 30fps - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q12-qOMhufA (stream 1) bitrate ~3000kb/s
    Wistia 60fps - http://kevlark87.wistia.com/medias/g24wk9qpec (stream 2) bitrate ~ 2000kb/s
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    Senior Member Lorfa is a jewel in the rough Lorfa is a jewel in the rough Lorfa is a jewel in the rough Lorfa's Avatar
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    That Wistia link is one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen.

    I just wish it was brighter.

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    The Wistia one looks great. I know nothing about making QL movies, so pardon my ignorance, but is it possible to do this in 120 fps?

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    I am also inclined to Wistia, but not popular as YouTube, but if I do it Wistia 60fps the link in the description below YouTube alternative video. 120 do not know hosting and need a 120Hz monitor to see 120fps smoothly

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    Wistia better.

    A few things:

    1. Make it brighter

    2. Probably this many blur frames isn't necessary at least with Wistia

    3. When someone chats most of the screen is covered in a chat box that is not fully transparent, it's like a dark semi-opaque window. If it's a chat hud element make it smaller or make its background 100% transparent.

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