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The Lion's Song: Episode 4 - Closure - Complete Walkthrough (no commentary)

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-- The Lion's Song: Episode 4 - Closure - Complete Walkthrough (no commentary) -- My wife playing The Lion's Song: Episode 4 - Closure. “The Lion’s Song: Episode 4 – Closure” ties the entire season together. A mysterious train ride revisits all introduced characters – Wilma, Franz & Emma - and their emotional storylines. It will take you back into their past and tell you their future destiny. Their lives are being revisited as part of the stories of four men traveling together as strangers on a train, a journey towards an uncertain destiny. Episode 4 – Closure will help you better understand how all individual plots intertwine in the cultural world of early 20th century Austria. A new angle to the stories will allow you an even deeper comprehension of the cultural, artistic as well scientific upheavals of that era – Wiener Moderne. Finally yet importantly, Episode 4 – Closure, offers you an interesting and thrilled tale itself! The choices players make in this episode will have a direct impact on the storylines of all episodes, connecting The Lion’s Song to one overarching narrative. The decisions made will ultimately determine if the protagonists find the success they are working for. This content requires the base game The Lion's Song: Episode 1 - Silence on Steam in order to play. http://store.steampowered.com/app/477030/The_Lions_Song_Episode_4__Closure/ http://www.lionssonggame.com/ System Requirements: Windows: Minimum: OS: Windows 7SP1, 8, 8.1, 10 Processor: 2 GHZ Memory: 1 GB RAM Graphics: DirectX 10 compatible DirectX: Version 10 Network: Broadband Internet connection Storage: 500 MB available space Sound Card: DirectX 10 compatible Additional Notes: Minimum resolution: 1280x720 Mac OS X: Minimum: OS: macOS 10.10 or later Processor: 2 GHZ Memory: 1 GB RAM Storage: 500 MB available space Additional Notes: Minimum resolution: 1280x720 SteamOS + Linux: Minimum: OS: Ubuntu 16.04 (x64) or later Processor: 2 GHZ Memory: 1 GB RAM Graphics: OpenGL 3.0 support Storage: 500 MB available space Sound Card: OpenAL compatible sound card Additional Notes: Minimum resolution: 1280x720 -- The Lion's Song: Episode 4 - Closure Walkthrough (no commentary) --

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OBS Studio Tutorial Series Introduction | Tutorial 1/13

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Welcome to our OBS Studio tutorial series! In this series we're going to cover everything that you'll need to know to make your stream look great. Next Video .....► https://goo.gl/rqqKXc ~ FREE DOWNLOADS Get the files used in our videos here .....► http://goo.gl/Fl4Isp ~ OBS Studio Download Link: https://goo.gl/71XhD7 View the guide on our website: http://goo.gl/asi7Pe Ending Track: https://goo.gl/UKpjkB ~ Support me at https://www.patreon.com/nerdordie Check out http://NerdOrDie.com Follow Nerd or Die on Twitter https://twitter.com/nerdspwn Watch the Nerd or Die Live Stream http://www.twitch.tv/nerdordie ----- VIDEO TRANSCRIPT Hey what’s up everyone, it’s Derek with Nerd Or Die and welcome to our OBS Studio Tutorial series. In this series you’re going to learn everything that you need to know about OBS Studio to get you up and running with your brand new stream. Now, to start, let me touch on some of the differences in this series, compared to the last one that we made. First, we’re actually going include a full set of graphics to help you get up and running with your stream channel and your stream design. Now, these will be either available through direct download on the Nerd or Die website, or you can use one of our graphics makers to kind of customize it the way that you’d like. This means that any graphics you see us use inside OBS, will be made available for download. Second, we’re going to take a little bit more of modular approach to this guide. Videos are going to be in a specific order that you should follow and watch, but we’re going to be breaking them up into a couple of more parts. The reason for this is that we want to make sure that we can go back and update any videos if we need to. The last thing is that we’ll actually be putting these full guides on our website NerdOrDie.com, where we’ll have everything written up and all the instructions available there as well. So you might be wondering: what am I going to learn in this series? The first thing that I’m going to talk about is the difference between OBS Studio and OBS Classic. So if you haven’t upgraded yet, you’re going to understand why I think you should make the move. Then we’re going to download, install, and set up profiles inside of OBS Studio. Following that we’ll move into the General Settings for OBS Studio, which will actually be a 2 part episode. We’ll take a look at Using Different Sources, after that. We’re going to go into all the details about sources and really give you a strong grasp on how OBS Studio works and what you can do with it. So, once you have a strong understanding of sources we’re then going to show you how to set up filters for your sources to modify them and make them look exactly how you want. So that you can get the best looking stream possible. After we have all that done we’re going to then go into setting up different scenes in OBS Studio. Once you get to this point of this series I think you’re going to have a very strong grasp on how to use OBS Studio, but we want to take it a little bit further. The next video is going to be What notification system you should use as a new streamer. Now, there are a lot out there, and I don’t want to walk you through how to set up each one in this specific video, although we will at a later time. The goal of this video is to giving you the pros and cons of each notification system and then letting you choose which one you’d like to use from there. Then after that we’ll have some later videos that show you how to set them up in detail. With all of our OBS set up complete, we’ll actually go into Setting Up Your Twitch Account for streaming. To finish off the basics of OBS Studio, we’ll finally Go Live and then Look For some Improvements to Make afterwards. All the previous videos that I mentioned are going to be what I call the core structure of OBS streaming. Meaning that you should have everything that you need to know to go live and have a great looking stream. So, after we’re done with all of these, we’re then going to get into more advanced videos that are going to cover some topics that are not really needed, but are nice to know. Now, to give you a couple of ideas on more advanced videos, we’ll cover adding they’re going to be things like: how to exactly set up your new notification system, adding a bot into your stream, improving your stream production with studio mode, and then how to properly troubleshoot dropped frames. Look for these videos in the future. Now as you can tell we have a lot to get through. So, I’ll see you guys in the next video.

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OBS Studio Vs Classic | Tutorial 2/13

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Learn why you should upgrade from OBS Classic to the newest version: OBS Studio. We'll also discuss the key differences between the two programs and give you a quick glimpse at the benefits of OBS Studio. Next Video .....► https://goo.gl/Y0fCdE Previous Video .....► https://goo.gl/KVfh2i ~ FREE DOWNLOADS Get the files used in our videos here .....► http://goo.gl/Fl4Isp ~ OBS Studio Download Link: https://goo.gl/71XhD7 View the guide on our website: http://goo.gl/fpscRE Ending Track: https://goo.gl/UKpjkB ~ Support me at https://www.patreon.com/nerdordie Check out http://NerdOrDie.com Follow Nerd or Die on Twitter https://twitter.com/nerdspwn Watch the Nerd or Die Live Stream http://www.twitch.tv/nerdordie ----- TRANSCRIPT EXCERPT Hey what’s up everyone? This is Derek with Nerd Or Die. And in this video we’re going to talk about the difference between OBS Studio Vs Classic. If you’ve ever streamed before, you may have already used OBS Classic, the original version of OBS. But if you’re new to streaming you can actually skip this video and move onto installing OBS Studio. Why should you upgrade to OBS Studio? OBS Studio has its code rewritten from the ground up. And this means a couple of things. The first is that it should perform better on your current system. Next, OBS Classic will actually be losing support from the developers - meaning that over time you may not see any updates at all. Actually the last update that I’ve seen for it has been in November, I believe. Now, let’s take a moment and say farewell to our old friend, as it’s time to move on to a better program, OBS Studio. Now you may have heard the term OBS Multiplatform before. This was actually the name of OBS Studio before they decided to just rename it. It was called Multiplatform because this version is meant to work across all major platforms. From my experience I’ve noticed that it works great in Windows 7, 8 and even 10 - and I’ve also tried it out on Mac OSX. If you’re a Linux user, you can install OBS Studio and stream to Twitch as well. So now let’s talk a little bit about plugins. A great thing about Studio is that popular plugins have been included with the build and installation. This means that you’ll have a source capable of playing videos without doing any extra work. It also means that you can run something like the CLR Browser source, which is my personal favorite source, without any problems if you install the right version. And these are something that I’ve received a lot of requests and comments about. How to set these up, troubleshooting these, etc- to where this change alone is something that I would feel is great, to go ahead and dive into OBS Studio because of. An interesting difference for OBS Studio Vs Classic is that all sources are now all global in Studio. So the next thing that I want to touch on is filters. Filters I believe is something that people aren’t really used to yet, and may be one of the reasons that you’re not switching. However, filters are one of the most powerful features that OBS Studio, at least in my opinion. Last, but certainly not least is Studio mode. If I had to compare OBS Studio to Classic, one of the biggest things I’d tell you is that OBS Studio is designed with higher quality production in mind. Studio mode gives you the capability of setting up and making changes to your scenes in a “behind the scenes” sort of fashion. Once your changes to the scene are looking how you’d like them to look, you can hit a button and have your scene pushed live.

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Going Live On Twitch With OBS Studio | Tutorial 11/13

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It's time to go live on Twitch! Next Video .....► https://goo.gl/tyRKM7 Join us on Discord .....► https://discord.gg/0vqY1mThgaYdhr4k Previous Video .....► https://goo.gl/CzjCxR ~ MENTIONED LINKS Dropping Frames Article .....► https://goo.gl/yexOhO ~ FREE DOWNLOADS Get the files used in our videos here .....► http://goo.gl/Fl4Isp Overlay Maker .....► http://goo.gl/5R7UTt ~ OBS Studio Download Link: https://goo.gl/71XhD7 View the guide on our website: Coming Soon Ending Track: https://goo.gl/UKpjkB ~ Support me at https://www.patreon.com/nerdordie Check out http://NerdOrDie.com Follow Nerd or Die on Twitter https://twitter.com/nerdspwn Watch the Nerd or Die Live Stream http://www.twitch.tv/nerdordie ----- TRANSCRIPT EXCERPT Alright, so if you stuck through this entire series, you should know everything you need to, to begin streaming on Twitch with OBS Studio. To go live, all you have to do is click start streaming! Let’s take a little bit and talk about how we can improve our stream. First, I recommend having a friend watching your stream and giving you feedback so that you can make any adjustments as needed. You’ll want to adjust things like the audio levels for your game and mic sound, lighting for your webcam, or make some small tweaks to your overlay. If you’d like, you can join the Nerd or Die discord server, and hop into our stream-checks channel - the invite link will be in the description. Feel free to tag me in a message, and if I’m available I’ll stop by and provide feedback! I’d also like to encourage anyone else in the server to help others out and give constructive criticism. The first time I streamed I couldn’t figure out why my webcam was upside down… so don’t worry if you have a couple of issues when starting out - we all have to start somewhere. If you’d like, leave your Twitch name in the comments below - I do my best to go to any of the comments and check out either the live stream or even past broadcasts and provide any feedback. Don’t forget, you can also watch your own past broadcasts to see how everything is looking and sounding. Another thing you’ll want to look for is if you’re dropping frames. You can check for this information at the bottom of OBS Studio while you’re live. Dropping frames means that parts of your stream are not being sent to the server. This will cause buffering issues for your viewers. This issue can be caused by a lot of different problems - I’ll link a helpful article from the OBS site in the description as well, but I do plan on making a full video guide covering this topic. While streaming, you can also go to your Twitch Dashboard. If you have access to a second monitor, or even a tablet, you can use this to monitor you chat messages, as well as check to see the status of your connection with Twitch. Don’t forget, if you change games, or need to update your title, you can do that here as well. Oh, and if you happen to be watching your own stream while you’re streaming - make sure it’s on mute - or your viewers will hear an echo! If you followed this guide, thank you so much for tuning in. If you found it helpful, please consider sharing it on any websites, forums, or social media. While this video is the last of the core OBS Studio series - I will be making more resources and tutorials for OBS and streaming on Twitch, so look forward to those. Let me know if there’s any topics you think we should cover in the future. If you liked this video, please give it a like, and if you really like the video, make sure to subscribe for more great gaming and streaming content from Nerd or Die. Thanks for watching.

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OBS Studio Updates - Alt Cropping, New Transitions, and Source Snapping | Tutorial 12/13

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A much anticipated OBS Studio update is out! Learn about OBS Studio 0.14 - where we cover alt cropping, new transitions, source snapping, and NVIDIA NVENC encoding. Next video.....► https://goo.gl/S4XKnZ Previous Video .....► https://goo.gl/zX4w0q Join us on Discord .....► https://discord.gg/0vqY1mThgaYdhr4k ~ FREE DOWNLOADS Get the files used in our videos here .....► http://goo.gl/Fl4Isp Overlay Maker .....► http://goo.gl/5R7UTt ~ OBS Studio Download Link: https://goo.gl/71XhD7 View the guide on our website: Coming Soon Ending Track: https://goo.gl/UKpjkB ~ Support me at https://www.patreon.com/nerdordie Check out http://NerdOrDie.com Follow Nerd or Die on Twitter https://twitter.com/nerdspwn Watch the Nerd or Die Live Stream http://www.twitch.tv/nerdordie ----- TRANSCRIPT EXCERPT Hey everyone, in this video we’re going to talk about OBS Studio’s 0.14 updates, which include alt-cropping, new transitions, and a bit more. Let’s get right into it. If you haven’t yet, head over to OBSProject.com, go to the downloads section, and grab the latest version of OBS Studio with the browser source. Once you have it installed and updated, let’s launch it and check out some of the new features. The first thing we’re going to talk about is alt-cropping. A lot of people have been asking for the ability to crop sources directly in the preview window, and alt-cropping helps us do that. If you used OBS Classic, you probably know what I’m talking about, but if not, let’s go ahead and add a source into our preview area. From here, simply click the source you want to crop, hold down the alt key, and then drag the bounding box in where you’d like to crop. You can click any of the sides of the box, but you can also select a corner to crop two sides at once. You can undo the cropping by dragging the box back out. You can use alt cropping to get a general area cropped out, and then right click the source, go to Edit Transform, and from here you can use the controls under the crop section to make any fine tuned adjustments. Finally, you can use reset transform to return your source to its original dimensions. Let’s go ahead and move onto another new feature which is snap to sources/screen. This can be enabled and disabled in the general settings. You can tweak how sensitive snapping is, as well as turn on and off the ability to snap to the edge of your screen, snap to other sources, and also snap to horizontal and vertical center of other sources. With all of them enabled, you can see how this works - where my sources just snap to each other - make it easy to do aligning with edges and other sources. This can be very useful for setting up alignment of sources quickly.

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