As some of you may have read in a post on Atari.IO somewhere I am trying to adventure into the world of making videos. My main goal is to have an easier method of expressing my thoughts and adventures surrounding video games. And I've had a YouTube Channel since 2011 with no real reason to have one. The only reason why I had it was because I had a racing game on my first gen iPad I got for college that saved replays on YouTube. You couldn't save replays any other way so I created a YouTube account just for that. One of the replays is below...and I used touch controls instead of tilting the iPad.
So...I created a new opening I plan to use on all my videos and I am presenting it here. I have yet to make any real content but I think I might have figured out what I want my channel to be about and how I am going to present it. Without further ado I present the opening here. This was created with a trial version of Bluff Titler which is why you will see "DEMO" on the last portions of the video.
Any other videos on my channel (mostly those used for college) will be getting removed as they have nothing to do with video games. So...bye bye old videos!
As always feedback is welcomed and Atari.IO will be my main link for any YouTube subscribers to my channel to communicate with me. I don't want to make my own website and I'm not a huge fan of Facebook or Twitter. I feel that it would be simply too much to try to keep up with any comments on all sites. So I plan to stick with here and YouTube for communications. I also feel it might bring more members to Atari.IO.
I still have some gear I will need to get eventually as I still have no way to capture game play from the game hardware yet. I will have to work on that in time. I'm starting simple with at least an HD webcam that is capable of 720p in Widescreen...so that's a start. I'm not going to try to do too much too soon. I am curious to see where it heads and would rather build up over time instead having too much on my hands before I know what's going on.
I hope that people will like what I am doing with my YouTube channel as I really have no idea what I'm doing in the first place. But I'm going to try to do my best.
Here's to 2017 and I hope we can make it a great year for video gaming! Thanks to those who read my posts and taking interest in my writings. I am hoping to bring that formula over to the videos I create. I look forward to hearing feedback about my videos and their content.
See ya around!