springreformed, oh others are “disabled” are they? What does that make you?

Cassius Sonoda

by Cassius Sonoda

YouTuber, blogger, PC hardware seller, and PC gamer.

Just a shout out to springreformed of OCE. You want to be toxic, you can be a toxic little tantrum kid for the world to see:

Irrationally selfish to the detriment of his team and himself, at full build, he takes all CS for himself in the presence of his CS-starved allies, shreding minions with his Statikk Shiv and full crit build even when his team mates are in dire need of the gold to finish their builds. Which of course, comes back to bite him when his team loses.

Let’s see by your own standards, how do you measure up? Nice history Draven. You can call others “disabled” in game chat all you want but what does that make you? A self-destructive kid who keeps hitting his head against the wall and expecting a different outcome each time? Keep on losing, mate. And keep on demonstrating your own intellectual handicap for others to see whilst projecting on others when you name-call.

How-to: Record desktop and Discord/Skype sounds in separate audio tracks for video editing

Cassius Sonoda

by Cassius Sonoda

YouTuber, blogger, PC hardware seller, and PC gamer.


Problem scenario

You are creating videos for an internet audience, and you have identified a need to be able to treat sound different sources individually: your voice in the video, your voIP partner’s voice, and sounds coming from the desktop.

For example, there are parts in the video where your voice is getting drowned out by the in-game/app music/sounds, or your friend is talking over you on Discord.  Imagine having the power to amplify your voice and lower theirs.  Maybe you want to play the video to popular music instead, and it is interacting badly with the in-game sounds, which you would in hindsight prefer to mute.  Well, it turns out you can.  From now on, you will have much more flexibility in editing by recording separate sound sources as separate audio tracks that will be stored in a singular MP4 file along with the visuals.  Here’s how:  Continue reading “How-to: Record desktop and Discord/Skype sounds in separate audio tracks for video editing”