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My new Space Engine video
jtmedinaDate: Monday, 30.01.2012, 14:58 | Message # 1
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Just got in the mood and decided to make a video.

I read on the forum that spaceships and physics are underway. That's going to boost the gameplay feature.

I don't see the option to attach the youtube video so I'll post the link. (if any one can tell me how).
http://youtu.be/t3H6nPvC-PQ
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Monday, 30.01.2012, 16:02 | Message # 2
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Music is great! Did you use some filters like sharpness? Can I add your video on video page of the site? smile




 
RaXaRDate: Monday, 30.01.2012, 16:10 | Message # 3
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Wow, nice video .. lot's of moody goodness. The colours did look a little off in a few frames though, but otherwise good job smile
 
jtmedinaDate: Monday, 30.01.2012, 18:48 | Message # 4
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@RAXAR
I agree with you. In some parts I abused a bit with the color correction but It's one of my first videos using filters.

@SpaceEngineer
Absolutely. Feel free to post it on the video page of the site. I am really glad you liked it.
 
Elbarto84Date: Monday, 30.01.2012, 20:05 | Message # 5
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Awesome video! How did you do the shot around 0:24 ?
 
jtmedinaDate: Monday, 30.01.2012, 20:10 | Message # 6
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Quote (Elbarto84)
Awesome video! How did you do the shot around 0:24 ?


You have to zoom in and then follow the object you want to track.
 
matty406Date: Monday, 30.01.2012, 21:13 | Message # 7
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Awesooooooooooooome
Were you using a high LOD or some tweaked settings? Was it lagging during filming?
 
jtmedinaDate: Monday, 30.01.2012, 22:12 | Message # 8
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Were you using a high LOD or some tweaked settings? Was it lagging during filming?


LOD is set to 0. Any higher and I get stuttering because by video card has 1 GB. Screen res is set at 1920x1080

When recording, it only lags very little if I do too fast transitions from the surface of a planet to space or time warp too fast, but overall I get a very smooth framerate.
 
matty406Date: Monday, 30.01.2012, 22:34 | Message # 9
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Really? Some shots looked to have a high-ish LOD.
 
jtmedinaDate: Tuesday, 31.01.2012, 01:59 | Message # 10
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On my system lod 0 is the best for performance. In fact setting the lod any higher on videocards with 1 GB can cause a lot of stuttering.
 
RAF_BlackaceDate: Tuesday, 31.01.2012, 20:10 | Message # 11
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Nice video. I have to ask though, how did you get away with using Steve Jablonsky's "Prime" on Youtube ?

Or did you pay the royalty (I know his prices so I doubt it) ?

The reason I ask is that Youtube has added the credit for the music and I thought you would at least get a matched content copyright warning. So just how did you manage it ?
 
jtmedinaDate: Tuesday, 31.01.2012, 23:53 | Message # 12
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I don't understand. Why are you asking it?
 
TalismanDate: Wednesday, 01.02.2012, 01:17 | Message # 13
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He's a government official, we can't just have you using music for free with out permission. cool




 
jtmedinaDate: Wednesday, 01.02.2012, 01:41 | Message # 14
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Quote (RAF_Blackace)
Nice video. I have to ask though, how did you get away with using Steve Jablonsky's "Prime" on Youtube ?

Or did you pay the royalty (I know his prices so I doubt it) ?

The reason I ask is that Youtube has added the credit for the music and I thought you would at least get a matched content copyright warning. So just how did you manage it ?


I don't do it to make money. I just do it as a hobby and because I liked Space Engine and want them to succeed and create the best space simulator ever (if possible).


Edited by jtmedina - Wednesday, 01.02.2012, 01:44
 
RAF_BlackaceDate: Wednesday, 01.02.2012, 20:25 | Message # 15
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I'm only asking because I have been pulled up about it a few times by Youtube on some of my films and wanted to avoid it in Future smile

I was just wondering why they wouldn't consider this a copyright issue and why they have added a link to the composer and his music. If Youtube are happy with this then I would like to find out what music is acceptable to be uploaded with videos. Until now they always issue a matched content warning which does not actually do anything but can result in the video being taken down if the copyright holder so requests, he can also sue you for lost revenue as well although that never happens very often (mainly though it is issued to protect Youtube itself from any possible law suit).

Did you get a matched content warning ?
 
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