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Video settings have gotten more complicated in the recent years. To be more precise, since HD TVs started to appear, there’s been more settings to configure.
The easiest part to configure is the resolution, as that’s pretty much done automatically and in the right way. The real confusion comes with another setting in the video, the RGB Range. Setting this part correctly is as important as the resolution, specially if you are going to take screenshots, record video, or stream. It’s even more important if you’re going to do any kind of graphic comparison.
Welp, I’ve been a bit more consistent with live stream recently, I guess. 😅
To make this easier on the blog, I only placed the first two in the front. The rest of the stream recordings are after the jump. That’s also where the Super Mario Party stream recording is, btw. Also, I’m now streaming using OBS and testing using overlays. For now, the only overlay is the current time.
I think I like the new Normal mode a bit more than the usual mode which is now called Pro. I find odd, though, that while you are in the lobby of Normal mode, you can’t play with the bgm like in every other lobby of the game. Btw, Dikong, if I get a friend request while recording, I usually wait until the recording is done to accept the friend request.