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Post by Eorl @ 04:27pm 10/12/13 | 11 Comments
The GAP lads are back with yet another instalment of The GAP, their sometimes weekly podcast that covers *mostly* gaming. Here's this week's decription:
This week on The GAP Luke Lawrie, Joab Gilroy, Heath Dickson, Jae Leong and Jeremy “Junglist” Ray are gearing up for the end of the year with new consoles and working through all them video games. They talk about NBA 2K14, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Ryse, Deadlight, Need For Speed: Rivals and more. In the news it’s all about numbers, the WoW film being delayed…again, and Lindsay Lohan being very upset. This episode goes 2 hours and 15 minutes, and it contains coarse language.
Grab it locally from AusGamers (and unmetered if you're a BigPond customer), by clicking right here. You can also follow The GAP on Facebook to tell them how much you love their snazzy voices or something.












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RuleofBooKz
Posted 06:12pm 10/12/13
in general i like what the guys usually chat about but being an audio only podcast in this day and age seems a little backwards?

To me it would be much more engaging if they made it a vid - like a panel or a round table discussion. wouldn't have to be hi res or anything so as to save size. The tech is there at a budget price and it shouldn't be that hard to do?

It would be nice to see who is talking and see the expressions etc
Dondi
Posted 09:34pm 10/12/13
Well i like that it is audio only because i can listen to it when i am doing other stuff that requires the use of my eyes
RuleofBooKz
Posted 10:23pm 10/12/13
oh i dotn want to make out like im not a fan. i get folks are happy to listen to it, maybe for reasons, like its just in the background but for me id just like to put the voice to a face and watch it

just a suggestion really. If they want to.

Like i said i like the GAP podcasts / what they chat about and just want to see more/ see where they can go from here
ravn0s
Posted 10:40pm 10/12/13
Well i like that it is audio only because i can listen to it when i am doing other stuff that requires the use of my eyes


you could do exactly the same thing if it were video...
trog
Posted 01:53am 11/12/13
To me it would be much more engaging if they made it a vid - like a panel or a round table discussion. wouldn't have to be hi res or anything so as to save size. The tech is there at a budget price and it shouldn't be that hard to do?
What would video add?
RuleofBooKz
Posted 02:21am 11/12/13
like i said video would add the ability to put the voice to a face. I know some of the people and their voice but not everyone. Also you get to see expressions and things like body language which cant be expressed just over audio. To me it would just be more engaging.

Its the "video killed the radio star" thing

Crash
Posted 01:42pm 11/12/13
It would be nice to see who is talking and see the expressions etc


you want to look at this every week?
RuleofBooKz
Posted 04:26pm 11/12/13
well when you put it that way maybe not when im eating. Or thinking about eating. Or just thinking about food. Or just when im thinking.

But yeah sure why not?
Hotcakes
Posted 10:59am 03/1/14
199: Re: alternative to FRAPS - I believe DXtory is a popular alternative, though I know it requires a lot more setting up and it can be very fiddly with how it wants to operate. I think it's supposed to have a better general success rate once you know how to work it.
Reverend Evil
Posted 05:36pm 03/1/14
I get what Rule is saying. If it's a video you're more inclined to sit there and watch but if it's just audio playing in the background you might miss something. I know I would because my attention span sucks.
Joaby
Posted 07:38pm 03/1/14
Hey I didn't know there were news posts for this!

We've done the occasional video cast. The major problem is that we're averaging between 2 and 3 hours of show and it would be a massive upload/download dealio.

Been using DXTory and Shadowplay in combination Hotcakes, it works pretty well. Shadowplay does variable audio video stuff and when I edit it in Premiere it gets all out of sync, so I only use Shadowplay for its shadow record stuff.
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