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9-24-2009 @ 11:14AM
Yeah, don't count on WoW to stay up when you have tons of people on Follow. Especially if you have a train of followers, like A following B following C... once that gets to five or six layers, people start to DC like flies.Really, for any large-population event, you should be using an outside video program, not WoW's internal video capture (which obviously breaks when the game crashes).
9-24-2009 @ 11:18AM
I need to upgrade my computer. I used Xfire which I find to be a really great and easy to use video capture program. And it's free!(Since I play on a PC, there is no in-game video capture.)
9-24-2009 @ 11:19AM
Wait...wow has an internal video capture? How did I not know that?
9-24-2009 @ 11:20AM
On the Mac only, Impurezero.
9-24-2009 @ 12:32PM
Ah. I figured you were playing on mac, because A) blogger, and B) capture failed when WoW crashed. I know Fraps keeps recording away even when WoW crashes to the desktop.
9-24-2009 @ 12:52PM
Oh man...and all this time I've been blogging on a PC. Why the hell didn't anyone tell me?*violently pushes computer from the desk to the floor in one swift motion and leaves the room angrily*
9-24-2009 @ 5:00PM
I mean a career blogger. That's mac territory, generally.
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