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I’d like to thank you for coming to my secondary blog!
Anyway, the whole purpose of Ventilate to Motivate is essentially to provide someone [just me, at the moment] you can vent your problems to, motivate you in the right direction, and to post motivational words/quotes/etc every now and…
This is a really cool idea, and I’m interested in seeing what kinds of stories will pass by!
So for those who didn’t know: here’s 80 posts of me complaining about (sometimes hilariously bad) mistakes in manga scanlations. I’m trying to find common mistakes as well as just silly ones, and generally point out what you should avoid doing in scanlation. Also, it’s sprinkled with best practices and my own opinions here and there.
Figured I’d share it here again since it seems to be going unseen and I’d love for it to become a bit more of a widely seen resource to those setting out to make quality scanlations. (Also, I could use some criticism, and collaboration from others!)
You could try www.hitbox.tv. It’s video game centric, but come on, Daily Denjuu have _everything_ to do with a certain video game.
I did try and it was sorta working but.. not well enough to actually draw and stream simultaneously :S Which is garbage cause I’ve done it in the past with the same setup blerghhhh
You could lower the bitrate or resolution in the settings (I know at least OBS has these settings) to make it work well. I have the shittest connection (~110 KBps max upload) and still got streaming to work smoothly just by messing with that stuff!
Gotta say I like Hitbox a lot more than Twitch, too. No 30 second delay, so you can check if it streams properly right away!
I haven’t talked about achievements in a long time and that is a shame because they are actually super interesting. They can do many things such as be used as a tool for teaching players advanced mechanics, for example TF2 loves…
That has me thinking about the feasibility of open sourced achievements, kinda like enabling modding.
People make achievements for the game and upload them (only after having been able to complete it themselves), people vote on how interesting and fun they are and how hard they are to get (or their difficulty could be based on how many people have achieved them).
A fun and systematic way to share community ideas and challenges.
You know, that sounds extremely in line with Valve’s current mindset where they want the user to be able to create and contribute their own content. An idea worth discussing with the Steam folks?