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Livestream Test-Session: GFA vs EDC (Saturday 18th, 9pm GMT+1)

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  • Livestream Test-Session: GFA vs EDC (Saturday 18th, 9pm GMT+1)

    GFA (French) vs EDC (Dutch)

    Territory with at least 6 vs 6 (with good chance to have more)

    Map will be dispute are Commissar's House and Red October Factory.


    A short break between the two matches or at the end of them, Starting on Saturday the 18th at 21.00 GMT +1


    This Will be as said in the title, a test run of my setup while also getting into the habit of casting for the game as i haven't done so- as of yet.
    ( best getting practice before the ladder starts up again!)

    You will be able to find the stream over at: http://www.twitch.tv/tripwireladder

    If your too lazy to read- i did a (terrible) vlog on my youtube channel which you can see here: http://youtu.be/lwk0zhdnbI8

    See you guys tomorrow!

    -Seraxia

  • #2
    So guys, the livestream ( with a few hiccups) was broadcasted today and some people im sure will be wanting to provide some feedback so please let me know what you guys think!

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    • #3
      hey m8

      I think the livecast was good. Except your could try to toggle through the players a bit more and follow them for some seconds. Also dont get stuck on one objective and forgetting about the other objective.
      Maybe you could show the scoreboard for a few seconds during each round and especially at the end of each round.
      But overall, good job!

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      • #4
        Thanks, Yeah- the Camera work is something i wasn't sure how to make it look entertaining and generally good! I wasnt sure if i was saying the right things in regards to the livecast but glad it was good

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        • #5
          Hey man, good stuff, awesome that we get a decent stream for the matches, with commentary too! Will make it worthwhile to watch matches, and hopefully we can spread the stream a bit and get more viewers and maybe new players too.

          Thanks for your work mate, and don't worry about hiccups, it'll get better match by match.
          Last edited by Finalize; 03-17-2014, 11:43 AM.

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          • #6
            Now the website is open, tournament is starting shortly, I hope we'll have streams of matches to watch! I watched the test stream and I think you move too much the camera for the viewers it may be a little bit 'motionsickness' effect if you continuously move the camera, you need to have breaks between your camera movement I think to make it more enjoyable to watch. I hope to see you stream the next events soon

            EDIT: you move too much maybe but it is quite interresting to follow the people in action, I think it will be hard to fing a good compromise between moving too much, and waiting on spots where nothing happen
            Maybe make the game sound louder too, in the video we don't ear the game too much.
            Last edited by ; 03-17-2014, 11:21 PM.

            Originally posted by PsychoPigeon
            do not suggest $hit you do not know about

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            • #7
              Thanks for the suggestion, The live stream will be done through the view of the commentator (ToNiiC) using the follow function that is set up in the mutator for spectators.
              all the broadcaster has to do is follow me, my style of commentating focus's on players, and not in a free roam style. We are hoping to stream one of the two matches on sunday. We wanted to do both but both matches are scheduled at the same time.
              [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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              • #8
                a tip when you are spectator 1st/3rd person an changing from one people to another, you can click left button to switch people, but if you miss the player you wanted to watch, click the middle mouse button to go back one player, then you don't have to go for another whole player list to find the good player

                left click: next player
                middle mouse button (bayonet): previous player

                Originally posted by PsychoPigeon
                do not suggest $hit you do not know about

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                  [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ToNiiC View Post
                    Thanks for the info, I was already aware of this though
                    Is the stream quality better than last year? The bitrate was too low and with too much camera movement it wasn't enjoyable.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Suugi View Post
                      Is the stream quality better than last year? The bitrate was too low and with too much camera movement it wasn't enjoyable.
                      Yes, it will be better this Cup
                      [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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