Subject: Re: Twitch & YouTube: Swaggles on the Rise Wed Aug 13, 2014 2:00 am
Also do you think the record function has a better quality than my streaming? I swear my stream looks a lot more vibrant than your infamous recordings, although that may be because infamous just looks dull
I feel like my stream is more HD but under the same quality. Idk if a frame drop rate would be worth having it look a little better
Subject: Re: Twitch & YouTube: Swaggles on the Rise Wed Aug 13, 2014 2:08 am
Oh yeah, YouTube sent an offer after I uploaded first few videos. There was a notification but I didn't even see it right away, so one OA month later I signed the deal. Machinima aint got shit on my network.
I'm now like Titus ONeil & the gay dude, millions of dollars millions of dollars... :mwp:
Hard to tell when Infamous looks like ass. You should PS4 record the same map you streamed and check it out that way.
Subject: Re: Twitch & YouTube: Swaggles on the Rise Wed Aug 13, 2014 3:04 am
Update: my streaming 2 youtube days are over imo. Hello normal people youtube etc
Now I didn't actually upload the clip I got to youtube (apperantly you need a USB and upload it via CPU? I wasn't prepared for that), but I did record it & watch it in full screen. Then I went and watch my YT video in full screen & quality
The difference was ridiculous and there was a lot less dropped frames. It still dropped a shit ton (lol wut sony your software can't keep up with your own game) but it looked magical compared to YT
Of course this is assuming the way I saw it as the sharefactory file remains the same into the YT upload (idk why it would get worse), but this is a much more viable option imo. If I can build an audicence with this, I'll definitely look into a legit capture card
Subject: Re: Twitch & YouTube: Swaggles on the Rise Wed Aug 13, 2014 10:09 am
Yeah, who really needs youtube money?
Upcoming PS4 System Update to v2.00 to Add Share Play, YouTube and More to Come
Since we first unveiled PlayStation 4 and its deep social capabilities, including the SHARE button, we’ve seen an outpouring of excitement from gamers. The PS Nation has rallied around a culture focused on sharing epic gaming moments through Live From PlayStation, interactive streaming, SHAREfactory, What’s New and Photo Mode in exclusive PS4 games like Infamous Second Son and The Last of Us Remastered. Let’s go a step further together. Let’s go from sitting back and watching friends play to actually jumping into games remotely and sharing great experiences together in real time. Today at the PlayStation press conference at Gamescom, we will deliver on yet another promise from the PS4 announcement and introduce Share Play, coming to PlayStation 4 later this fall.
The best way to think about Share Play is like a “virtual couch”. PlayStation 4 will create an online local co-op experience by allowing you to invite a friend to join your game—even when they don’t own a copy of it. With this first-of-its-kind feature, you’ll be able to play games with a friend just as if you were together in the same room. Let’s say that with games… you’ll be able to invite your friend online to play against the Miami Heat for the championship as the San Antonio Spurs in NBA2K, tackle the challenging Towerfall Ascension Quest Mode together, or aide, heal, and protect you as Igniculus in Child of Light’s local co-op mode.
With Share Play, you can even jump into a game to assist a friend. For example, if there is part of a game that you can’t quite finish, you can invite a friend to take over your controls. Like handing over the controller to a friend on your couch, your screen will be shared as your friend gets through the part of the game that has been giving you trouble—can’t get past that part in The Last of Us: Remastered when you’re hanging upside down? Get a little help.
Share Play will be coming to PS4 as part of the upcoming system software update v2.00, scheduled for release this fall. The update will also add highly requested broadcast and video share features, including both uploading you game play footage and dedicated app support for YouTube, which we mentioned on stage at E3. Finally, What’s New will get enhanced real-time activity through friend-of-friend suggestions, allowing instant access to friends’ and recently played games’ broadcasts, and a real name search function will also be added. More features to come when v2.00 is made available this fall, and we will have more to announce in the coming months..
We always want to hear your feedback and look forward to what you are most excited to experience together first Share Play when the feature comes to PS4 this fall. What will you co-op first with Share Play?
Just so you guys understand how it works, share play emulates a second controller on your system. Someone miles away from you will have your screen streamed to them which effectively allows you to, for example play NBA 2K or FIFA with a friend who doesn't have the game.
Games with existing local co-op will work perfectly with this.
Subject: Re: Twitch & YouTube: Swaggles on the Rise Sat Aug 16, 2014 12:51 am
I liked the bad ending better. Quality looks good, not up to standard of course but it's not bad and there's no massive frame rate drop. Good imo
Tlou is horrible now. If I die in survivors, you have to sit there & watch teammates sit behind boxes for 5 minutes. It's excruciating to watch and experience. These retards think KD is life, meanwhile I run around with a 5 KD.
Tlou community = worthless cockblowers
Games value is $30. As much as I hate this games online, $30 isn't enough to trade in imo. $40 is reasonable but I like the single player and $30 isn't worth giving that up imo