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  1. Thanks for sharing that one, I really like it. I love listening to this when I'm doing homework (as I said in my previous post in this thread, where I also linked a 4 hour video of epic music... one of my favourite things just to stick on and listen to).
  2. Seryth

    The object on your right is now your weapon against zombies, how screwed are you?

    An empty plastic 2L drinks bottle. Zeds are going to have a hard time matching me with my Fanta bottle. COME AT ME.
  3. When I'm doing homework, this: When I'm just casual listening... everything. Literally. My library ranges from mainstream stuff like Dubstep, Acoustic, Jazz, DnB, Reggae and the like through to obscure things like Pirate Metal. I guess you could say I have a large taste in music
  4. I bought an operator style mic (headset style) and just taped it to a decent pair of headphones. Works a charm, quality is surprisingly good, and the mic only cost me £2. Here's a pic of the mic... just imagine that attached to some over-ear headphones and you've got it! http://img.dxcdn.com/productimages/sku_2631_1.jpg
  5. I'm currently studying animation at college, and so obviously video editing is part of that. I taught myself how to use Sony Vegas Pro at home, and I love the program. It's an advanced video editor, and yet still relatively intuitive to pick up. Things make sense, and it's easy to whip up a nicely edited YouTube video with it. In class, we've been using Adobe products - I've used After Effects, Premiere and Final Cut. I like all three for different reasons, but as an overall video editor if you're just going to want one program to do it all, After Effects is what you want. The problem with AE is it's huge learning curve. It's extremely powerful, but unless you know what you're doing with it, it's a mess. I have managed to port over a lot of the skills I learned from Vegas though; some features have different names and placements, but it's all roughly similar. I would advise starting with Sony Vegas Pro, and then if you find you cannot do what you want to do, then move to After Effects. There's no point spending ages learning things if you don't need to! Also, if you ever need a hand with anything to do with SV, I'll be more than happy to help, just drop me a PM. EDIT: SV = Sony Vegas, AE = After Effects. Sorry for any confusion caused by this!
  6. Just read through this, it's awesome! Really nice to see someone think this in depth about the back story. Definitely should be made official, it can be very awkward to meet someone who has a different account of events to your own when roleplaying!
  7. It was way before June/July, it would have been early 2013 that I made that account I think! Thanks for clearing that up for me.
  8. I was a bit confused, so any clarification on the matter would be great! Thank you
  9. Thanks teas! I wasn't as active as I would have liked to be last time, hopefully I will be this time.
  10. I had to take a break from DayZ and gaming in general, and when I came back I noticed my account had been closed on this forum, and that I had been un-whitelisted. Resubmitted my application today, hopefully it'll get accepted - it did last time! You can read my previous welcome post/etc here: http://www.dayzrp.com/t-nothing-to-see-here-just-another-generic-hey-thread It's the same character and all. Cya around!