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I wanted to make a shorter video for a change. Even though I enjoy making videos with commentary, it takes a long time to edit, render, and upload such videos. Additionally, I think a lot of people see the half-hour time frame that the video encompasses and that turns them away from watching it.
I would have liked for this video to include DLC and naval units, but
- I don't own all of the game's DLC
- I didn't want to make the video too long
- I completely forgot that boats even existed
I think my next video will be a showcasing of the naval units. followed by RotS units, and then finally the FotS units. I should have the navy video up by tomorrow.
The Sicily campaign continues. I'm not entirely sure what the end goal of the campaign should be, as I'm not very knowledgeable on Sicilian history. Perhaps I should try to recreate the Roman Empire?
I think my next goal after establishing a stronghold on the Italian peninsula is to go after territory in Africa, and then start a war with the Egyptians. I have no doubt that the Pope is going to call a crusade soon, so I should start preparing for that. After I wipe out the Muslims in the East, I think I'll wrap around the Mediterranean and wipe out the Byzantines and Venice. After that, who knows?
This is my longest video to date, clocking in at 34:27. It is also the second video I have done that has included commentary.
I was very much inspired to make my own YouTube videos after watching battles and campaign videos made by other YouTubers like Synoptic, Angelos, and Heir of Carthage. However, the most disappointing thing about all three of them is that they upload videos rather infrequently. I wanted to make my own videos modeled after theirs, while also giving gaming fans another channel to watch while the other three are busy making their weekly/monthly video(s).
If you could provide some feedback on this video, I would appreciate it. I know that there can be some weird "bumping" sounds from the microphone heard in the video every now and then; this is from me accidentally hitting the microphone stand with my elbow. The microphone stand in of itself is pretty crazy: I unscrewed the side of my computer and laid it on my table as a base, put some textbooks on top of it to hold it down, made a microphone stand out of a coat hanger, and then recorded the audio through a Rock Band microphone. I took a picture of the set-up with my camera phone so that you can see what I'm talking about:
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