We have created a basic guide to creating a Let's Play. Just remember that a good LP usually depends on the person along with the methods of recording, etc.. So, now you have decided to make a LP. The first thing you must do is decide what game to play. This is a tricky decision. If one were to ask twenty seasoned LP'ers what the best sorts of games to LP are, one would likely receive twenty different answers. Learn more about our work. Citizens http: Jump to. Sections of this page. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. A revolving cast from the Let's Play Family play video games extremely poorly.
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We have created a basic guide to creating a Let's Play. Just remember that a good LP usually depends on the person along with the methods of recording, etc.. So, now you have decided to make a LP. The first thing you must do is decide what game to play. This is a tricky decision. If one were to ask twenty seasoned LP'ers what the best sorts of games to LP are, one would likely receive twenty different answers.
One of the most important things to keep in mind when picking a game, especially for your first Let's Play, is to pick a game you will enjoy. If it's your first Let's Play, a game you have passionately played at least a couple times will make a much better Let's Play than something you don't enjoy. For your first Let's Play, picking a game you already know by heart will make coming up with commentary for the game much easier for you!
First of all, decide whether you want to do live commentary or post commentary , as it will likely affect your setup. Whichever one you decide, keep a good distance from the microphone, usually good distance would be when you don't hear your own breathing.
Move the microphone above or below your mouth. Next thing to find out is whether your video recording tool also records audio. If not, move your speakers close to your microphone so that it picks up the audio. If your video software also records the game's audio, then you may want to consider linking your console, if this is the type of game you are doing, directly to your computer to avoid unwanted sound from being picked up by your microphone.
For post commentary, capturing from your TV is fine. If the game audio is desynched with the gameplay, the best piece of software to fix this is VirtualDub, a free piece of software that will synchronize the game audio with the gameplay.
A good microphone is essential to the quality of your project, so don't spare resources to buy a decent one! After recording, don't forget to remove noise with a filter that you can find in most audio editors, like Audacity. This playlist has a list of videos that offer useful advice for any new and upcoming Let's Players. The advice ranges from picking a game, working on your commentary, how to record your videos, getting recognition, and more.
Has specially good advice on sound treatment. Choosing a Game to Let's Play. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Contents [ show ]. Retrieved from " https: Cancel Save.