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If anyone has a yt channel or if there's is a list of YouTube channels send them my way and I'll sub and continue as a sub as long as content comes. I also plan on uploading my clips in the future, small scale nothing special, but if I can use my channel to help others by linking/promoting their vids as well I'd like to help others any way I can.

 

@@Unyshek (or anyone) tips/recommendations/ any info that could help me would be appreciated.

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@@Unyshek (or anyone) tips/recommendations/ any info that could help me would be appreciated.

If you are just uploading clips, there isn't much to do. I always say make sure it's in HD these days; it's a nice leg-up on everyone who is using the XboxDVR feature these days.

Keep the uploads short and sweet; don't make the viewer wait 10+ seconds to see the start of the play/multikill

Never double-upload. Spread out and pace your uploads. If you get a bunch of nice clips one day, sit on some and wait to publish them. You never know when you will hit more clips or have the time to upload again, so its nice to have a set pace that you can stick to.

 

Although this may seem like basic info, you'd be surprised how many people mess up the last two.

If you ever have any other YouTube questions, just ask!

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BiGBaLL3s Youtube

Also, im in a group for mostly but not limited to classic halo ...ce ... h2c

Lost In Time Youtube

I love Lost In Time, you got yourself another subscriber!

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If you are just uploading clips, there isn't much to do. I always say make sure it's in HD these days; it's a nice leg-up on everyone who is using the XboxDVR feature these days.

Keep the uploads short and sweet; don't make the viewer wait 10+ seconds to see the start of the play/multikill

Never double-upload. Spread out and pace your uploads. If you get a bunch of nice clips one day, sit on some and wait to publish them. You never know when you will hit more clips or have the time to upload again, so its nice to have a set pace that you can stick to.

 

Although this may seem like basic info, you'd be surprised how many people mess up the last two.

If you ever have any other YouTube questions, just ask!

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I love Lost In Time, you got yourself another subscriber!

 

I say 1080p 60fps is a must, especially for a game that supports it.

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I personally recommend checking out adreN, Steel and Dazed's Youtube channels for inspiration on your Youtube channels.

 

adreN: https://www.youtube.com/user/CurseCS/videos

Steel: https://www.youtube.com/user/JoshNissanCS/videos

Dazed: https://www.youtube.com/user/NetcodeIlluminati/videos

 

- Stream and tourney highlights, f.ex. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YqRAsfd9qE

- Guides for various nuances for the game, f.ex: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alnFCt_0Ufs

- Demo reviews of subscribers, f.ex: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzARG1WZpqo

 

Guides that are relevant for pretty much every FPS:

- Crosshair placement (e.g. cutting the pie, pre-aiming, pre-firing, etc.)

- Trading (e.g. pick up the kill your team mate dealt damage to, etc.)

- Baiting (e.g. taking turn to peek and shoot)

- Isolation (e.g. reduce the routes the opponents can take)

- Map control (e.g. pre-nade or push for control over a section to control another area, etc.)

- Default setups (e.g. how you position yourself as a team; round start, mid-round when objectives has been taken, etc.)

- Strategies (e.g. related a lot to default setups, but with a much more in-depth decision making for what to do when X happens, etc.)

- Tactics (e.g. it's more about what you do with one or two other players, such as a coordinated push rather than what you do as a whole team, etc.)

- Nading (e.g. pre-nading, nade techniques, nade spots, etc.)

 

Because of the nature of Halo's game modes, spawns and maps, many of these are much more loose, but they still hold true to a certain extent anyway.

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I know I'm late to this party, but this was a very well written post. Sucks that they didn't take this advice :(

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I say 1080p 60fps is a must, especially for a game that supports it.

Which is understandable and I'm sure most of us wish we could. However not all of us have a proper set up. Would rather I did for obvious reasons.

 

I've been pooping out stuff using the Xbox DVR and Windows Movie maker. Its something to do, and I mean, what the hell else am I going to do with the clips I save lol

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