Coming soon. I’m actually uploading the remainder of my FR16 footage at this very moment. I would expect it to be up by this evening.
Sorry it’s been taking so long. My computer was having a ton of problems during the FR16 stream and I had to make a lot of compromises just to keep the stream itself running smoothly, one such compromise being my local archive. Normally I save a 720p quality local recording of every match I stream, but I had to forego that during FR weekend for the most part. I was able to download and save a copy of my Twitch archives before Twitch sporadically erased them, though, and that footage will be uploaded to Youtube. It’s just been a pain to put it all together. Twitch saves everything in 30-minute chunks, so I had to combine these videos manually. The timestamps were fucked up and weren’t being picked up correctly by most of my video editing software, so that was causing audio desync errors that I also had to fix. I was hoping to be able to split the hours-long archives into individual match videos, but I finally just threw in the towel for that because it was also causing problems and I figured that it’d be best to just finish all of this sometime this month, so I’ll just add timestamp links in the video descriptions later. Bleh.
Fortunately, the P4A top 16 happened to be the one point during the weekend where the local recording worked without a hitch, so I will be able to upload slightly higher quality individual match videos for those (still not 720p, unfortunately).
For those who played on the stream station, I’d be interested in any feedback you may have. In particular, I’m wondering if placing the commentators so close to the players was a bad idea. It was something that I wasn’t thinking of when I was setting up all the equipment, as I’m used to streaming in cramped venues where that’s unavoidable anyway, and it’d be something I’d try to be conscious of in the future.