This looks really interesting! It’s not available in my state for another month, but I’ll be sure to check it out when it’s available. Seems like they’re getting around the issues Nvidia is having by selling themselves as a “stream a high-end PC” service rather than a game streaming service?
GeForce Now has been incredible for me, someone who owns a MacBook Pro and can’t run even the simplest of games. I can now play games like Divinity Original Sin II, Stellaris, and even PC-only games via GFN at 1080p 60FPS. Read more
Someone is paying me. It’s the greatest con I’ve ever pulled. 🤷🏽♂️
You are correct. The scummy tactic only applies to the free trial.
This is true for many subscriptions, but not all. For example, you lose access to Apple Arcade as soon as your cancel your subscription (even during the free trial). It’s a scummy tactic.
Video was shot on a Canon C300. Audio captured on a AT897 shotgun microphone. I used two LED light panels, one bounced off of a wall to light me from the front and one behind me acting as a rim light.
Haha, I grew up in the midwest.
I agree. There’s a middle-ground approach to what Roman says in this video. You want your podcast to sound as high quality and professional as possible, but you also don’t need that $400 microphone when a decent $90 will get the job done. Read more
I’ll take a peek at The Cook and the Critic Podcast! As a video producer by day (podcaster by night), I find video is exponentially more difficult to do well. I think you’re better off focusing your efforts on being the best audio experience you can be, rather than splitting your focus. Unless, that is, you feel video… Read more
I’ll be sure to check out Intelligence Check! I’ve played some D&D casually with friends, but I’ve found it difficult to get into actual play podcasts. The incredibly long episodes have always been a deterrent. Read more
This is true.