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Animation Video Youtube

EVEN MORE VIDEOS

Seems like all I post about anymore is new videos.

And today is not an exception. I have uploaded nearly……15 new videos within the last two weeks or so. And in fact, most of them are linerider captures that I’ve made within the last year. The other few are fractal zoom captures and a quick clip of an event I volunteered with last week. Which was AWESOME!

Anyway, go to http://www.youtube.com/user/depwl9992 and check them out!

 

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Games Video Youtube

Linerider 2 Unbound

Linerider 2 Unbound is out! And I bought it! New features? Spline tool to make perfectly smooth track. Background tool with layers to make a 3D looking world. Track coloring, game mode, free-design mode, on and on and on. It’s a huge program (2GB of free disk space) for the computer I’m using it on, but it still seems to work okay. Local installation allows for offline editing, saving, etc., and it even has uploading and video capture capability! Sounds..I could really go on and on!! It is rather amazing.

They’re online user account tool even has been integrated with the new version of the game so that if you do an upload in-game, it will be reflected in your online profile. Also, you can download other’s tracks from the website and they will go directly into your game with a few extra steps in between.

Alright..on to more useful information. My Linerider profile is at http://linerider.com/en/user/depwl9992. AND, if you want to see sample videos, I’ve created a Youtube playlist of most all my Linerider tracks, viewable here:

Enjoy..

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Games

Linerider

I just realized something. Linerider has profiles just like Youtube channels (which I am obsessed with, as you probably have already guessed). So, to see all of my videos, vote for them and stuff, I would suggest going to this link:

http://www.linerider.com/en/user/depwl9992

Enjoy!

Categories
Video Youtube

Linerider Videos

I’ve just discovered a sweet new game called Linerider. Probably you’ve already heard of it…

You can check out the website: http://www.linerider.com.

I recorded it using the open-source software CamStudio. It’s awesome, because the framerate is something like 60fps, which none of the other screen capture video programs do very well. It plays back a bit fast, but hey, as long as it’s smooth, I’m happy.

Okay, well, anyway, here’s the video: