Starting game capture service, what do you think? 4 replies

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#1 9 years ago

Hello everyone,

I've been thinking about starting a video capture service for quite some time now. I have the equipment to record in 1080p and hopefully have a mockup promotional video coming soon.

I am wondering however if you guys or others would be interested in this service. I would have to charge money of course, but I was thinking: $1 for videos 0-1 minutes $2 for videos 1-2 minutes $5 for videos 2-5 minutes $7 for videos 5-10 minutes $10 for videos 10 minutes

Unfortunately the only successful video feedback I've gotten is from the Halo 3 user videos.

The reason that I am starting this up is because I've heard ODST will also have this video feature as like halo 3 and so people are going to want to download videos.

Anyway, let me know what you think.

I really appreciate it.




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#2 9 years ago

Few people actually play their games at an equivelant resolution to 1080p and the few that do probably have the relevant stuff to record their games anyway. The stuff to record your games for however long you like in resolutions far about the 1080p standard, provide you can run your game in that resolution, is available to pretty much everyone for a relatively small price too.




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#3 9 years ago

Yeah, that's true. Just merely throwing out the idea. And people who are actually good at videos games don't need to have every moment recorded because it happens frequently. Thanks for the reply!




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#4 9 years ago

Few people actually play their games at an equivelant resolution to 1080p and the few that do probably have the relevant stuff to record their games anyway




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#5 9 years ago

To be honest, I'm not sure what you're providing. How are you going to record other peoples' video?

Few people actually play their games at an equivelant resolution to 1080p and the few that do probably have the relevant stuff to record their games anyway.

A lot of people play their games at lower resolutions, though: 1680x1050, 1440x900, 1280x1024, etc. And I don't see why the 1080p recording stuff couldn't be used to record these gamers' video.