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  1. If you will be keeping things simple for yourself, or on your end, go with Shadowplay. It works fine, it is convenient. If you care to apply quality to your videos through the editing process, OBS has more options than Fraps for fine tuning capture settings if I recall correctly. Do not bother with a capture card unless you intend to publish videos for the sake of driving Ad-revenue. They are costly, though not "that" expensive. But if you don't need ~$100 worth of extra hardware, why buy it?
  2. List it if you care to share, PM others if you don't. Either way, if you're on Uplay. Make a post so people know.
  3. If people who come here cannot conduct themselves with the most fundamental of social considerations, they should not be on the Internet. Your logic is just perverse Wolfie, it is a problem of perspective. That's why devil's advocacy has never worked here, it breeds argument and nothing more. That's why Rearden went away (you don't even know who he is). If we have individuals in our community exhibiting these behaviors, they ought be removed. It is not our responsibility to lecture, manage, or baby-sit users with poor social behavior; but this statement can set a standard for the community which we can hold people accountable to along with the Charter. The two problems our community has continuously faced are thus: poor social behavior begetting drama on the forums from few users that spark a larger community response, and the cult of personality which perpetuates these very expressions of argumentation through vitriol. We don't have to like each other, but this thread is proving how well some of our users fail at respect. Falcon and I were once on poor terms, very poor terms. We addressed our personality problems collectively and overcame them. Now we are on more appreciable terms....though he won't friend me on Facebook. If we can change, you can change.
  4. Before you read further Perfk. This is not me giving you a hard time, if you'd like help I am willing to offer the advice I and my dad can assist you with (he spent a year in country with the 9th Infantry division) So these below, are curiosities I have, but things you may want to consider. I understand that compromise with equipment will be difficult to remedy, but it must be done. To continue: I don't know what radios we have for ACRE 2, but the PRC 25 was used in Vietnam. (I don't think we have that anymore, it was in ArmA 2 though but maybe we just used the PRC 77 or whatever in it's place) There were no squad level radios. Only give a long range to RTOs. Yes Lieutenants and RTOs operated as if attached by an umbilical cord (at times). There ought be no 343 utilized if you want to pretend we are fighting with 40-year-old technology in a game based in the future. Also, what year? In 1968 my dad trained with the M 14 at Fort Ord. In 1969 when he was in country, he used the M16 exclusively. You have both in the gearscript. Rather than nit-picking the lowest common demoinators, like whether medics should have a rifle or pistol...make a framework for us to give suggestions within. What year? What service? What unit size? Last word on radios. If you want that expereince, you must be willing to subject most players to little ACRE interaction. Meaning most people will be using direct speech period, no fucking radios all over the place. Make people go and find, and talk with one another. That's how it was, it's ridiculous that we still years later chasing this damn dead horse of Vietnam in a modern mil-sim. But if you want it, let's actually do it well this time. You know?
  5. Hard drive is premium, I'm running one. The graphics card is comparable to any manufacturer's similar model, but MSI in particular cools well with their large fans and open heat-sink. Good for overclocking if you bother to. The motherboard lacks 8-channel audio. The Intel chip is good but only get K to overclock. That's simply what it is for. Which means find a closed-loop heat-sink, Corsair makes good ones. Quiet, efficient cooling - 120mm equivalent, long warranty, tube material was been designed / treated what-have-you to reduce evaporation. Last for years.
  6. Future prognosis? Not to pry deeply, just curious to know if things look well going forward; even at this early stage of recovery. Hopefully your time in the ICU went well if you had any. Cheers Dack.
  7. The biggest problem we have always had with roleplaying missions is just that; people roleplay and act outside of the expected behavior on the server. Civilians, soldier, or dog. It is after that point is past, when Militants points all become valid and inevitable. You simply ought avoid it. Our player base has proven many times over the years they can't roleplay consistently without violating Charter points or SOPs. Use Zeus for what it does well in context to our own missions: simple missions that develop a dynamic experience as players persist from one tasking to the next.
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    loa

    We ought buy some 2 4s and have a kitchen pardy upon his return.
  9. _jackal

    loa

    Say travels to ye wayfarer.
  10. For real, especially when you consider Wargame is the fully incubated concept brought about in R.U.S.E...Eugen's one time under the major publisher Sun (thanks Ubisoft).
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