Well, today I logged into my youtube account to respond to a friend who put up comments to a few of my videos. While I was there, I decided to poke at the new options that have popped up on YouTube. Thus, I noticed this thing called “transcript”.
Apparently, YouTube can automatically make subtitles for your videos. I think… I mean, this is what I got:
… I am speechless. And humored. And speechless. Mostly speechless.
I don’t think even my best attempts at faking bad ideas on translations could have possibly ever come up with something like that. It’s just… priceless.
Also, so I never lose this information, for I had issues getting the recording to go into widescreen until after the fact:
“I had trouble with getting my PVR to record the Wii on widescreen but I’ve seemed to got it now. If anyone else is having trouble, all I did was set up ArcSoft ShowBiz to capture, had both the Hauppauge and Wii on, turned off the Hauppauge and turned it on again and pressed the refresh button on the next to the Source dropdown box in the Capture window.”
I’ve been recording quite a bit of my adventures on P3rd HD these past few days. So, for your viewing pleasure, I am about to present all the videos that I have put up on the subject.
I never had any intentions of teaching anyone anything about Monster Hunter when making these videos, so don’t expect to be enlightened. Nor am I some great hunter of prestige, so no impressed either. Just look for entertainment, my dears.
Hope that you enjoyed the music. Now, to reveal I stated that the blog will actually be revived. This week, I decided to finally take the plunge and enter the world of video capture cards. So, I went and bought this little beauty, the Hauppauge HD-PVR Gaming Edition.