Computer & Recording Specs

Below you will find details to everything that I use to record/edit my videos as well as my computer specs.


UPDATED: 10/16/17

Computer Specs: 
Windows 8

System - ASUS Essentio Desktop (Orginally)

Hard Drive - 1TB SSD

External Drives - 1 TB & 2 TB WD Passports

CPU -    Intel Core i7-4790K 4.0 HZ

Ram - 32GB

Graphics Card - NVIDIA GTX 1080 8GB

Motherboard ASUS Z97-A

Power Supply: 750 watt.


Recording Specs:

RODE PODCASTER

Video Recording:

DXTORY Video Recording Software

I Film In 1920 X 1080 60 FPS (FRAMES PER SECOND)

Video Editing:

Sony Vegas
I Render In 1920 X 1080 60 FPS


Graphics:

Adobe Photoshop CC

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR BEGINNERS:

If you are looking to create you very own lets plays, and don't want to invest a lot of money.

Here are some products that will get you by and their price cost. 

Recording Tools:  

Fraps $30.00 - Pretty cheap works great, and you won't need to upgrade later!

Mic . Litao Sl- 804 $3.00 -6.00 (on ebay) - This is what I used in the beginning. No it isn't the best thing but for that price it works!

However, If you want something that will WORK and Last. I suggest,

Blue "Snowball" Mic,  Around $50: Ebay, Amazon..ETC.


Graphics Program: 

Gimp FREE - It works very much like any other high end Photoshop program! The major difference... ITS FREE.

Thats All I Have For You.

Any questions Feel Free To Ask!

19 comments:

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    1. I use it to make animations and thumbnails of the sort. Its /kinda/ like photoshop

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    2. Then again, Idk what she uses it for, lol.

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    3. She probably use to use GIMP to make the images for her videos for youtube and various other little tidbits (you know how you see a picture of the clip with writing on it for the video). Hope that makes sense.

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  2. What microphone would you recommenced for beginners?

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    1. I recommend a blue snowball, its around 40-50 dollars, thats what i started with for 2 years and what many youtubers use now.

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  3. How do you make your sims 3 so fast

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    1. I was wondering the same thing. I was wondering what I can do. I have a lot of the same specs but my Sims 4 just doesn't run as smoothly.

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  4. What graphics do you recommend for people who use Windows 7 to make their game more smoother like yours in the LP's you do. Thanks xx

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  5. what did you use to make your intro

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  6. You clearly have a lot of CC installed. As my pathetic machine can only handle one hair without lagging, if i purchased a better machine will that help or do you do something special with the Cc files

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    1. Purchasing a higher end pc will help. You want to make sure you have a good processor, decent memory, a good graphics card, having a SSD also helps too. If you are decent at working with computers buy the parts and build it yourself; you will save money in the long run. If not either purchase a pre-built or find a friend who knows how to build pc's.

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  7. Jenn I was wondering how do you have an extra row of objects in CAS and everything else I just find you super awesome and an inspiration.

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