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u/pearlyeti · 2 pointsr/swdestiny

(original article)

The second World Championship for Star Wars: Destiny just wrapped up. It was a fantastic time, bringing together players from all over the world. I was fortunate enough to attend the first Worlds and was happy to see that Fantasy Flight Games (FFG) had made many improvements with very few steps taken backwards.

Before I dig into the Good and the Bad of Worlds, I want to make a few clarifications. Chief among them is that unlike other events run at Fantasy Flight Games Center, Worlds is organized and operated by Organized Play (OP). Most other events at the Games Center are run by the store management and staff. I will also be referring to FFG throughout most of the article, but most of the feedback is directed at OP.

The Good

Bigger Means Better

The most noticeable improvement was the extra Destiny players FFG squeezed into the main schedule. More people means more party, right? Both World Championships were played in the same space, but this year FFG added an entire extra day 1 to the main event allowing around 330 players to attend. This is a big step in the right direction but I think there is still room for improvement. Last year's North American Championship had around 400 players - FFG has the space to accommodate at least that many if they didn't run their event concurrently with X-Wing. The good news here is that it was announced during the Hyperspace Report that X-Wing is getting its own Worlds, which makes a bigger Worlds and more space possible for Destiny.

More Side Events

The extra Destiny players added this year needed something to do and FFG stepped up to the challenge with a bevy of side event options. If you were so inclined, you could grind tickets until your wrist cramped up from rolling dice. Drafting, trilogy, standard, sealed, multiplayer free-for-all, and build-from-box were all on offer, and you could find Destiny to do every hour of the day every day to get those tickets.

Better Prizes

Those prize tickets could be turned into MUCH better Destiny prizes this year. I earned quite a few tickets last year, and didn't walk away with a single Destiny related prize. Not so this year. The only thing that could have spiced up the prize wall even more would have been some marbled or sparkly Destiny dice. Oh, dare to dream.

Shorter Prize Wall Line

If you attended last year's Worlds then you know how terrible waiting in line to get those prizes were. The real culprit was limited available quantities and FFG stubbornly keeping the prize wall closed until noon each day. Fortunately FFG did a number of fixes that vastly decreased the wait time and line size.

Didn't Treat Media Poorly

FFG's treatment of the media was markedly improved over last year and you could see the quality of coverage improvement that went along with it. Digging into this too much airs a bit of dirty laundry so I won't go into details, but FFG went from an F to an A in just one year on this one.

The Bad

Short-changing Day 2

That extra day 1 turned into kind of a cluster with how the day 2 top cut shook out. My minor heart break story was going 7-2 and missing top 16 by placing 18th - nine other 7-2s made the cut and ten other 7-2s didn't. That feels bad, man, but not nearly as bad as the multiple people who went 4-2 on day 1 and 3-0 on day 2 and STILL didn't make the cut. Having an undefeated day 2 player miss the cut is an AWFUL system and needs remedied. Both the North American Championships and the US National Championship use the standard Swiss/cut ratio, why FFG short-changes its own biggest event is a real head-scratcher.

Weak Stance on Cheating and Bad Sportsmanship

FFG's stance against cheating and bad sportsmanship is just ridiculously weak. I understand you can't ban a player without solid evidence, but when you have a known player who has been reported multiple times, maybe put them on a "judge must watch every game" list and not wait until they get accused again.

Not Collecting Decklists Before Day 1 Began

The amount of night before teching was just too real at this year's Worlds. With day 1 spread over 3 days and deck lists only due at your day 1 registration, it was far too easy and compelling to tech in cards or entire decks against the upcoming field. While some may enjoy this hot-take meta game, I think its a far more fair system to have all players submit a decklist before play begins on the first day 1. FFG gave a pretty significant advantage to anyone playing on the second or third day 1, and Worlds should all be about a level playing field.

Long Side Event Wait Times

Side event wait times were just too long, with a couple pods I jumped into taking over 3 hours to launch. The demand far exceeded capacity, especially on the day when FFG lost the conference space to a wedding. That's right. The hotel that is a 2 minute walk from FFG got booked out during their World Championships to a wedding, and the real funny bit is this was the second year in a row this happened. Hopefully X-Wing getting its own Worlds fixes the space issue so that side events launch faster, and hopefully someone at FFG already booked out the conference space for 2019.

The Nitpicking

Why The Fuzzy Dice On Stream

Destiny streaming is an art, and every artist needs a good paintbrush. Okay, I'm stretching that one a bit...but both Destiny streams at Worlds were using 1080P cameras. Those cameras result in fuzzy dice sides and just a sub-par experience for those of us watching in living rooms yelling and cheering at the TV each time those dice get rolled...followed by some serious squinting and guessery. The fix is easy: buy a 4K camera but continue to stream at 1080P. Heck, I'll loan you my 4K camera for next Worlds since FFG won't give us a media badge to do our own recording.

More Zwirn Please

FFG needs to learn to treat their design staff like celebrities. A live QA session with Jeremy, a signing, a panel discussion, really just anything to showcase their talent and get them more exposed to the community would have been fantastic - especially just to give the guy an opportunity for a little more applause for making such a great game.


If last Worlds was any indication then very soon OP will be sending out a survey to provide feedback. This little google form is going to drive a lot of decisions they make for next Worlds. If you attended, make sure you take the time to fill it out.

If you have direct feedback you'd like to send to Organized Play, hit them up here.

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u/lacycheeky · 1 pointr/Sexsells



My custom photosets are $4/photo with a minimum of 10 photos. Photos are taken with my Nikon D5300.



  • I own copyright and content to all of my videos. Videos are for your eyes only. They are not to be shown to anyone else or posted anywhere (no redistribution, no reselling, not for commercial use). Doing so is copyright infringement, which is illegal.
  • I do not show full face in ANY of my videos.
  • All videos have a 5 minute minimum.


    Videos will be filmed with this webcam.


    Videos will be filmed with this camera.


    All fetish content will be priced on a case-by case-basis.


  • $10/minute to film with this webcam.

  • $15/minute to film with this camera.


    I charge $50 if you want me to use your name in the video. **If you'd like to include your name, you must purchase the $75 "Keep It Private" Fee.


    I still own the content (you may not share with others or post elsewhere) but I won't resell your video.


  1. BLINDFOLDED BJ (POV) - Ever wondered what it'd be like to get a BJ from the lovely Lacy? Well now you can find out! P.S. I swallow ;) The video is 14:47 minutes long and costs $20.

  2. FREAKY FRIDAY - Watch me ride my boyfriend on his little brother's bunk bed ;) The video is 11:17 minutes long and costs $15.

  3. TAKEN FROM BEHIND - Watch my boyfriend fuck me doggy style!! I am super loud and I cum so many times in this one!! The video is 17:58 minutes and costs $20.

  4. DOGGY STYLE (POV) - In case you were wondering about the view... (Warning: Camera is a bit shaky/moves around a bit). The video is 10:32 minutes and costs $10.

  5. BJ, FACEFUCK, & FACIAL - Watch me gag over and over again on my boyfriend's yummy cock. He finishes all over my face at the end. The video is 10:41 minutes long and costs $15.

  6. ANAL FUCKING - Watch my boyfriend fuck and destroy my tight little asshole. The video is 9:43 minutes long and costs $20.

  7. DOC JOHNSON JELLY DILDO - My boyfriend surprised me with this huge dildo as a gift! Watch me cream all over it. It's huge! I give my toy a nice and soapy hand job to clean it off at the end ;) The video is 8:28 minutes long and costs $10.

  8. CHALLENGE ACCEPTED - My boyfriend always makes fun of me for never doing any work during sex...well I showed him!! The video is 6:50 minutes long and costs $12.

  9. SHOWER TIME - Watch me shower and have fun with my body! I love playing with my boobs. Some parts of my face can be seen throughout the video The video is 14:24 minutes long and costs $15.

  10. TEASING LEG JOB - I confront you about staring at me in class. Then I tease you and fuck my thighs using my cute glass dildo. I titty fuck myself and give you a sloppy blowjob to finish. The video is 9:58 minutes long and costs $15.

  11. BJ & CUMSHOT (POV) - Watch me give my boyfriend a sloppy, wet blowjob. At the end he cums all over my face and I smile because I'm a grateful slut. ;) The video is 15:54 minutes long and costs $20.

  12. LAZY BJ - My boyfriend and I decided to turn on the camera for fun. :3 Watch me blow him. At the end, he cums on my face (same shot as BJ & Cumshot POV) and I smile because I am a grateful slut :) Parts of my face can be seen throughout the video The video is 6:44 minutes long and costs $12.

  13. MY FIRST TOY - Watch me fuck myself with my cute glass dildo. Afterwards, I lick the dildo clean because I'm a good girl. The video is 8:37 minutes long and costs $12.

  14. TITTY & ASS PLAY - Watch me tease my nipples with cold, cold the ice melt all over my body as I continue to tease my nipples. I enjoy it so much I decide to rub myself down with oil. Do you like how shiny and glossy my tits look? I can't resist and I decide to play with my ass a little. Which do you like better? Tits or ass? I do get lint on me at one point, but don't worry! I catch it almost immediately and remove it The video is 9:04 minutes long and costs $15.

  15. DIRTY, CLEAN, & DIRTY AGAIN - I shave for you and then proceed to shampoo myself up. Suddenly, I feel the urge to play with myself for you. I finger my soapy pussy and I finger my asshole a little bit too. ;) When I'm satisfied, I proceed to clean myself again and once again, I can't resist and I decide to try out my shower head for the first time. It feels soooo good. Finally, I rinse off and do some silly dancing :3 The video is 12:28 minutes long and costs $18.

  16. FOOT MASSAGE AND DANCING - I came home from the gym very late and I had to whisper in the video. (I apologize if I'm hard to hear). I show off my feet to as I massage them. I occasionally sniff and lick them because they are just so yummy. Then after my feet feel nice and moisturized, my feet dance to some indie songs. The video is 9:41 minutes long and costs $14.

  17. MASKED ORGASMS - I got a new mask! (I kind of don't like it because it gets uneven sometimes and doesn't do my beautiful face justice sometimes, maybe it's because it's like 10000 degrees outside?) My boyfriend and I decide to do a little fooling around in the heat. I cum lots! The video is 6:17 minutes and costs $10.

  18. VEGETABLE FUN - I was looking through my fridge for a midnight snack and I found a nice thick cucumber and long carrot. Being horny as fuck, I chose to feed my sexual hunger, rather than my stomach. ;) The video is 14:59 minutes and costs $20.

  19. PANTY STUFFING - I've never stuffed an entire pair into my pretty little pussy before. Wanna watch my first attempt? Spoiler alert, I'm successful!! The video is 6:48 minutes and costs $10.

  20. RIDING YOU - I'm soo horny and I step over you as you're laying on the floor. You see that I'm not wearing underwear and I jump to the chance and ride you. ;) The video is 6:31 minutes long and costs $10.

  21. LACY'S JERK OFF INSTRUCTION - My first JOI video! I use my glass dildo as a representation of your nice and hard cock. Then I direct you and we have a countdown at the end! The video is 8:56 minutes and costs $12

  22. HOTEL SHENANIGANS - My boyfriend and I decided to rent a hotel room for a couple hours after a day of fun. We had tons of fun and I came so many times! The video is 24:44 minutes long and costs $40 for stream only. $60 for full download! (not available for GFE packages).

  23. TEASING YOU - I'm back! Listen to my soft, cute voice as I tease you with my tight little pussy and my cute fat butt. ;) The video is 7:16 minutes long and costs $10 :)

  24. GROOL COLLECTING - Watch me fuck myself with my glass toy and collect all my grool in a tiny vial! ;) I haven't cum this hard with my toy before!! The video is 9:10 minutes long and costs $10 :)

  25. SAILOR MOON - Oh no! My Halloween costume came a month late :( Thought I'd make use of it and make a premade! Watch me fuck myself with my cute glass toy as I try not to cum too loud because my roommates are home! Video is 6:50 minutes long and costs $12.

  26. JAMES DEEN DILDO - Yay! I purchased the James Deen dildo for myself and here is my first encounter with it! It's so big. Watch me try to fit it into my little pussy and my cute little mouth! Video is 6:20 minutes long and costs $12.

  27. HAPPY SPANKSGIVING! - I've been a naughty me squirm while my boyfriend spanks me for over 15 minutes! Video is 17:16 minutes and costs $25 :)

  28. ALONE TIME - I'm finally home from school! I love coming home to my boyfriend. We snuck away to fuck and the only place available was his garage. Hear me moan and cum over and over again! We fuck in sooo many different positions....reverse cowgirl, doggy style, missionary....He cums on me in the end and sticks his cock right back in me ;) Video is 13:34 minutes long and costs $15!

  29. HAIRBRUSH FUCKING & PANTY STUFFING - I'm desperate! I've been without my toys for almost a month! Watch my cum drip out of my pussy while I fuck myself with my hairbrush. Of course, I stuff my panties to soak up the yummy juices afterwards!
    Video is 10:30 minutes long and costs $15.

u/kiwiandapple · 1 pointr/buildapcforme
Sorry for being a little slow. Took me a little while to get it going. I have to thank you for filling out the form very well. It's awesome! Hopefully I didn't miss anything you pointed out. And I actually JUST read that you will buy in a month. I suggest to come back to here 2-5 days before you buy. There might be better deals or news out to perhaps get a different build going.

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | Intel Core i7-4930K 3.4GHz 6-Core Processor | £412.50 @ Aria PC
CPU Cooler | Corsair H100i 77.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler | £79.99 @ Ebuyer
Motherboard | MSI X79A-GD45 Plus ATX LGA2011 Motherboard | £130.50 @ Aria PC
Memory | Kingston Beast 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory | £117.24 @ CCL Computers
Storage | Crucial MX100 512GB 2.5" Solid State Drive | £149.99 @ Ebuyer
Storage | Seagate Barracuda 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | £51.99 @ Amazon UK
Video Card | XFX Radeon R9 290 4GB Double Dissipation Video Card | £279.59 @ Aria PC
Case | Phanteks Enthoo Pro ATX Full Tower Case | £87.13 @
Power Supply | EVGA 850W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply | £94.99 @ Amazon UK
Operating System | Microsoft Windows 8.1 (OEM) (64-bit) | £71.60 @ Amazon UK
Monitor | Dell U2713HM 60Hz 27.0" Monitor | £371.94 @ Aria PC
Case Fan | be quiet! SilentWings 2 50.5 CFM 120mm Fan | £12.40 @ Aria PC
Case Fan | be quiet! SilentWings 2 50.5 CFM 120mm Fan | £12.40 @ Aria PC
Case Fan | be quiet! SilentWings 2 50.5 CFM 120mm Fan | £12.40 @ Aria PC
Case Fan | be quiet! SilentWings 2 50.5 CFM 120mm Fan | £12.40 @ Aria PC
Speakers| Edifier C2 Plus| £57.63 @ Amazon UK
Webcam| Logitech C920 | £48.48 @ Amazon UK
Other| Case Handle! (check info)| £7.23 @ Amazon UK
| | Total
| Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available | £2010.40

My rational why I went for this setup.

CPU: 6 Cores, 12 threads. 2011 CPU. This is a beast and overclockable.
CPU Cooler: 2011 CPUs get pretty warm. They don't come with a stock intel cooler for this reason. I went with an liquid cooler.
Motherboard: Nice black and grey colored motherboard. Solid audio and more then enough expansion slots for your needs. 8 USB ports (6 x 2.0 & 2 x 3.0) should be enough.
Memory: I went for a 4x4GB kit to make use of the 8 DIMM slots you got. Giving you the option to eventually add more GB if needed. I aswell took a nice looking set.
Storage: You asked for a 500GB SSD and 2-3 TB HDD. So I gave you what you asked for. I think it's best to stay with this setup until you need more storage. Then you just buy that extra 2/3/4TB of HDD and plug it in.
Video Card: No 780Ti. Why? Because it's way to much money for what you get in return. This almost half the price R9-290 stays insanely close in performance. AMD vs Nvidia titles (games) is pretty bullshit. Yes those games will run "better" on said brand cards. But how can you compare this? It's not like AMD and Nvidia got the exact same card. Even Nvidia titles, this AMD card will perform insanely well. You as well get 3 free games with it. And on higher resolution (1440p) it's a beast! 4GB of VRAM as well on a high speed bus. It's a monster of a card for the price.
Case: Best case ever. I love this thing, it's fucking amazing. I am very blown away by what you get for the price. Here is a nice review to make sure you like it. I know that the power button is at the top. But it seems pretty cat friendly.
Case fans: Because you want silence. I don't actually know how good or bad the Phanteks stock fans are, but I do know that the H100i stock fans are terrible. So don't use those and place 2 SilentWings 2 on them, in push. Not the best performance fans out there, but will do the job just fine. Then you can place 1 more fan at the back as intake and 1 as front intake.
Power Supply: I went with this one for a good amount of reasons. The system will draw around 500W MAX when stress testing the whole system. So why 850W? Because now you have the ability to add a 2nd GPU in and be perfectly fine. This PSU as well comes with a lot of features that is amazing for the price. 10 year warrenty, 80+ gold, fully modulair with nice all black sleeved cables. It's almost to good to be true.
OS: Windows 8.1 because it's a better OS then 7.
Monitor: Do NOT get an 27" 1080p monitor. The pixels per inch is very low and the image quality will be pretty bad. I suggest this 27" 1440p monitor for a couple of reasons. You don't play many shooters. So you don't need a TN, high refresh rate panel. 60hz is more then good enough. The colors will look a lot better on PLS/IPS compared to TN.
Speakers: I got myself some Edifier speakers (The M1380s) and was blown away by the quality of them. So I looked around on amazon and found these. From the one review I did read they seem very good for the price. + Free AMP! Wich is a nice bonus.
Webcam: I have always had a Logitech webcam. This is a screen shot (so not the best quality) of me taken with the C910. The previous version of the C920.
Case handle: I am sorry about your disability. I hope everything goes well with you and this build! If I lived in the UK, I would have gladly made this system for you. Sadly I am in Belgium. But after reading this I looked around to see if I could get some handles on the case. Found this video. I understand that this is something you can't do. But i hope somebody else is able to help you with this. And I hope this works out. It looks to me this seems possible, but not 100% sure. I only saw this case once and did not build in it yet, so I haven't looked at the top panel of how hard/easy it is to mount this.

###If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.

u/UEH · 13 pointsr/LSFYL

Hello hopefuls, lurkers, and alumni! Rather than give each video a critique I'm just going to list some tips that will help everyone in the long run. These tips do not apply to any single person in particular and every one of them can be used to improve a performance in some way shape or form, those who have a mastery in all of them tend to go far.

  1. Overlay Your Videos - Find a good quality version of your song that fits the theme, and edit your video in an video editing program (I use Windows Movie Maker for example) so the audio from your video is muted and the music is what plays over the footage. This has been a staple since week 5 of season 1 and is an absolute must if you want to do well.

  2. Camera Quality - Now not everyone can afford an amazing camera ready to make Hollywood quality videos, I understand that. However if your camera can't keep up with you moving slowly, it's not going to be keeping up with your mouth either. I personally filmed my first few videos of season 1 with this before upgrading to this and then finally recently to this. You don't need to have the most amazing camera in the world but you do need one that is going to capture your performance in a quality that lets people see you werk it.

  3. Emoting - Close your eyes, listen to your song, then listen to it again, then listen to it again, then listen to it again. Reread the lyrics, then reread them again. Get a real understanding of the song you want to perform and feel it out. Nothing causes a disconnect more than someone doing backflips and pirouettes to Natural Woman, and nobody wants to be the Kenya Michaels of that situation. However, on the other hand. You don't want to be completely still during an upbeat song that you can work the house down. Also use your face, don't be afraid to use your face. Are you feeling terrible, show it to me in your eyes. Happy? Throw a grin around that chin. Whatever the song calls for let it all out just keep it within the constraints of the song. Over emoting can hurt you just as much as under emoting.

  4. Enunciation/Learning Your Lyrics - You can know the lyrics front to back, back to front, left to right but if you don't enunciate them properly what's the point? Now I'm always a fan of going above and beyond with enunciation for entertainment value but I understand that's not exactly everyones gig. What I WILL tell you however is that you do infact have to over enunciate at least a little. You're not actually singing, if you were to just move your mouth as if you were it doesn't get the point across as well as overenunication does. A little bit goes a long way and it really gives that extra punch to your lyrics. Also rather than syncing the way you'd sing the song, actually listen to the person singing, mimic their breath patterns, listen to how THEY pronounce the word rather than how you do.

  5. Audience Connection - This one is going to be short, make and keep eye contact with your camera. Flirt with it a bit, the camera is your window to the audience and while you can't actually interact with them you can make them feel as if you are.

  6. Reacting to Critique- Now every week your videos are going to be watched by a large pool of people, some of these people may choose to critique you. Largely whether or not you listen to their tips for improvement is up to you, however be forewarned that while it is 100% your choice to follow tips, it could shoot you in the foot regardless of whether or listen or not. Be smart about it, also try not to take them to heart, not everyone is going to love all of your videos, and not everyone is going to hate all of your videos. Just be proud of the work you put in and do it for you, have fun with it, learn from it, keep expressing yourself.

  7. Dancing - Now if you are doing a song with rhythm, feel free to dance. You don't know how to dance? No problem either! Be creative, use the pauses and beats to your advantage. HOWEVER this is first and foremost a LIP SYNC competition. It helps to keep your fancy moves that could obscure your mouth to perhaps spots where there are no lyrics. If I can't see your mouth I don't know how well you're lip syncing. Find your balance, and run with it. In terms of non dance movement, hitting a beat with a quick arm movement or facial expression can really elevate a performance.

  8. Have a Look - This is the last thing I can think of off the top of my head. Having a look or costume to go with the song you picked not only shows effort but can keep the video very engaging. Now obviously not everyone has access to tons of costumes, wardrobe, wigs and accessories so don't be afraid to get crafty. For example back in season 2 zoomyx made wigs out of yarn! Competitor Sailor Evan in season 1 is known for his viral construction paper Sailor Moon outfits. Even a simple t-shirt and some rudimentary makeup can be turned into a look that helps you tell a story with your video.

  9. Filming Camera Angle Orientation - If you film on your phone, don't film in portrait mode. It cuts a lot out of the video and while you may have more room up and down to work with you lose a lot of room to your left and right, it also can be very distracting and take away from what otherwise be an absolutely stellar performance.

    Overall these tips can and WILL help you in the long run, I wish you all the best and good luck!

    Now with all that said I'm now going to reveal the 6 people I voted for in no particular order.

    /u/BitchEva /u/mtd1988 /u/Kamui_Gr /u/itsbrohan and I don't know Sheba Maneater or Lady T's reddit names.

    Now good luck, and don't fuck it up

    Edit: SECRET TIP NUMBER 10! Carrion Threads - If you don't get in or didn't audition but want to still participate, make a video and post it in the Carrion Threads! These threads are named after April Carrion from Season 6 of RuPaul's Drag Race, after she was eliminated she would post the runway looks for each theme that she brought to the show on her social media. In the spirit of that you guys can follow along in them and they're great practice to really hone your skills for next year! Stick around and lip sync with us!
u/pseudonym21 · 5 pointsr/SexWorkersOnly

It's really, really easy to get started. Don't get me wrong, there is definitely a high level of production value that you can achieve (later on if you want to, or maybe never), but starting off is quite a simple thing.

All you really need is a laptop, a webcam, and decent internet... and maybe a soft lamp. It's best to have an ethernet cable running to your router if you can, for faster speeds than wifi. You can get a pretty cheap webcam that does a decent job, or shell out a little more and get something a little better. The best (or at least most popular) webcam for camgirls I have found is this one. Inbuilt laptop webcams might do the trick, but use your judgement on whether it looks good enough or not. Would you watch something of the quality you're producing?

There is sooo much information on ambercutie forums, but a trap that I fell into early on is feeling like you need expensive lighting, the best webcam, an amazing mic and so on when you really dont.

On the subject of lighting, it really makes a difference to be well lit, but you don't need photography-standard umbrella lights. I have two soft lamps a little bit behind my laptop so I'm lit from two angles, and it works really well. You just want to make sure they're soft and you're not casting yourself into shadow on one side, and MOST IMPORTANTLY not solely lit from above, like from a ceiling light. That is some unflattering shit.

I really like because it's easy to use, high traffic, the token conversion is easy to understand, the payment methods are easy and reliable, and probably least importantly is that there seems to be fewer rules regarding what you can and can't do (which makes it a little less stressful). Have a look at the aforementioned forum for advice regarding choosing a site. Verification can sometimes be a pain but if you have a driver's licence and a scanner you'll probably have a really easy time.

This is a loooot of information to take in all at once, I know. Even though I could go on and on for ages, like I said before, keep it simple to start with and don't stress yourself out with the nitty gritty - you might get so stressed you don't want to even begin. Bear in mind, this is all about the SOLID parts of camming, the technical aspects. The mental game is a whole other topic entirely, and I would be happy to answer more questions if you're asking.

Good luck! xx

u/BAStartGaming · 5 pointsr/letsplay

Hey Crimson! I have a pretty good amount of experience with camera work for my gaming videos!

I'm not sure what your budget looks like, so I'll start with the cheapest solutions first.

I would suggest the most easily obtainable camera for live action stuff would be just to simply use your smart phone! For example, the iPhone camera shoots with a Sony CMOS sensor in full HD! Just make sure you stabilize it on a tripod or flat surface because the auto image stabilizer is pretty terrible at times. Secondly, if you do choose this option, I would highly recommend using a different audio source. Smart phones traditionally don't always have the best audio recorders on board.

A web cam is probably your second best solution! Full HD cams can run about 50-100 bucks, but they usually get the job done. Though again, with all these recommendations, I'd suggest you use an alternative microphone for audio.

If your not willing to use cheaper alternatives like a smart phone or a webcam, then I think your best bet would be the GoPro. These products are massively popular for a reason; they can provide BEAUTIFUL footage if used correctly. You can probably find one of these bad boys USED for under 200 on craigslist. For the relatively small price tag, this is one of the best all purpose cameras on the market.

Finally, if you have a decent budget at your disposal, I'd suggest the T3i. If you only plan on using this camera for rare occasions, then I'd advise against purchasing it. However, if your hoping your channel would rely heavily on live action content, then this is it. This is your solution! It might end up running you a little over 500 bucks, but this is the camera a majority of youtube creators have been using. There is a slight learning curve, but when you get the hang of it, your videos will look fantastic.

Like I said though, never use the on board audio recorders these solutions provide for you. Buy a separate microphone if quality is a big concern for you in your videos!

u/Yokuo · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hi there!

  1. This sexy microphone. You know what's awesome? Recording yourself on the computer. Or skyping. Or third thinging. And this mic has some pretty stellar reviews. I'd love to get a good mic for my computer. I'm considering getting in to making tutorials and posting them on one of those "learn how to do things" websites, but my current mic won't but it for that. Also, my current mic (which is really just a crappy headset) sucks.

  2. I can't remember if you like Game of Thrones, or if you've seen it, but the newest season is sitting on my wishlist. If you haven't seen it, you really ought to, as it's fantastic and I love it! And if you have, well, see it more! :p

  3. You know what else is good? The Walking Dead. And what's even more interesting than the show is the source material. There are three of these compilations (all are on my wishlists) that cover 50-ish volumes of the original comics each. It's no secret how into the series I am, and the comics don't disappoint. Give them a shot if you're even a little interested, regardless of this contest.

  4. Webcams are helpful, and anyone who ever uses one should have a good one. This seems to be a good one. I know I could use it, and I'm sure there's something fun you can use it for too :p

  5. Classics are good, even if they're a bit bogged down with awkward prequels. Star Wars is a fantastic series of movies, and they're all available here. I've really been wanting to rewatch them! I also have steelbook versions of the individual movies on my wishlist, but this entry is more contained.
u/CylonHunting · 2 pointsr/MPSelectMiniOwners

I too am new to 3D printing with the MP Select Mini v2 being my entry into the process. I have yet to make the bed reroute changes that everyone seems to keep suggesting, but that is next on my list now. I have done 2 things I think have made easy and "relatively" cheap improvements.

  1. Added glass to the print surface. As many people have commented both there and in this Sub the build surface can warp and/or comes warped. Glass can help resolve this and add to ease of leveling your bed. Additionally I find it much easier to get the prints off cleanly from the glass without issues getting the print to stick while printing. I do use a glue stick, which is cheap and easy to apply and remove. There are a few written guides as well as videos on how to cut/prepare the glass. I was a bit worried before diving in, but it was wayyyyy easier than I had expected. I purchased this glass cutter - and a replacement 8.5x11 glass for a frame $1.80 from a craft store. I was able to get 2 build plates out of this if only barely. Using some butterfly clamps to hold it to my build plate. Now that I have the tools and know how if my 2 glass plates break I am only out $2 and can create 2 more with another $2 rather than risking damage to the actual build plate.

  2. Octoprint ( The functional benefits may be argued, but I really enjoy it. I already had a Raspberry Pi 2, so I didn't need to purchase anything, although I did buy a WiFi adapter ( for it and a webcam ( This gives me the ability to monitor my prints from wherever and make sweet time lapse videos to make all my friends jealous with ex: You can also use Octoprint as a server for uploading and managing your prints, rather than dragging your SD card between computer and printer. It also means you don't have to have a computer connected to the printer if you didn't want to go the SD route. There are also cool plugins that you can play with added for additional benefit. I added Pushbullet ( and configured it to send me hourly updates on the print, time left and image from webcam.

    Personally I got a 3D printer to get into some of these more one off type projects, so it was well worth it IMO.
u/ASMRCast · 6 pointsr/asmr

Hey /u/QuestionSleep - Nice work on the sounds for your video! It looks like everyone is giving you a bit of a hard time about the video quality though. So I'm here to help! :)

Here's a couple of super basic things to help you:

  • Light is EVERYTHING! Having lights behind you (like your window) makes any camera have to lower the gain and exposure (fancy words for the way the image sensor takes in information which requires light). The best thing you can do with what you have right now is turn around so all the lights are behind the camera. That way the exposure and gain will come down and your framerate will go up. If you want to really help your videos get a simple table lamp and have it pointing at your face without getting in the shot, super cheap lighting!

  • If you can afford it, a new camera would be great! Decent webcams can be cheaper than you think too! I'm guessing you are American so head over to here for something to put on Santa's list!

    That webcam will film at a good frame rate automatically in 1080p. Problem solved!

    Other than that, keep it up! Us ASMRtists have to keep working. Let me know if I can help you any more. And awesome Power Rangers top! :D
u/gh5046 · 2 pointsr/homesecurity

What you want to achieve? Will it be full time recording, motion detection, for weather monitoring, or some kind of time lapse situation?

Since you have a PC in the room you could just get a USB webcam. You could use USB extension cables (up to five meters or 16 feet) if the computer isn't near the window. This Logitech camera reportedly works well in Linux.

If you want a full blown camera take a look at Foscams and UBNT AirCams.

The Foscams can be had for less than a hundred bucks on Amazon. This one can do 720p for about $100. It has remotely controlled pan & tilt features. A warning about Foscams, however: From my personal experience they need to be rebooted a lot and have lots of bugs. They are inexpensive, though.

UBNT AirCams go for around $100 and use Passive PoE (power over ethernet). Passive means there's no active checking for PoE support (not 802.3af or 802.3at compliant) it just injects power into the line continuously. The cameras don't have any zoom or pan & tilt features, but there is the airVision NVR product behind it. It's a pretty nice NVR product. This particular airCam would probably suit you nicely. Check out the UBNT airVision forum for more information.

ZoneMinder is a free software based NVR that can do both full time recording and motion detection recording. It's got a bit of a learning curve, but it's powerful and free. It can be used with any of the cameras mentioned above.

Beyond that just take a look at security or USB cameras on Amazon. You may find better or cheaper options.

If you are a Do It Yourself kind of person check out the Raspberry Pi. There is an active community here on Reddit for the Raspberry Pi. You can find several guides via a quick google search for setting up one to use as a security or weather camera.

Edit: Just to mention them, there are other NVR (Network Video Recorder) product available. Up on top of this list are the Blue Iris and Milestone software products. You can do a web search for them.

u/AerosolHubris · 1 pointr/videography

This is late but I stumbled into this thread from a search for something else. I've just finished my semester doing the same thing for a Calculus 2 class in a college setting. I usually use a chalkboard, but I opted for a webcam attached to a clip-on stand. This ran through my laptop (a Mac, which is relevant) and then into the overhead projector. Instead of writing on a board I instead wrote on paper. This actually encouraged me to pre-print worksheets to work through and also make available for students, which has been very helpful and I've received lots of positive comments from students about the setup. Lectures are recorded with Quicktime Player using my laptop's built-in mic. After a new concept or a natural break in the discussion I stop recording, save the video, and start another one, giving me videos of 5-15 minutes each. This semester I ended up with 150 videos, all hosted on YouTube unlisted with a playlist URL that I shared with students once at the beginning of the semester (voting and comments disabled).

When I wanted to use a virtual manipulative (I like GeoGebra for demos, and I code on the fly in front of the class with Sage) I use [record screen] rather than [record movie] in Quicktime. If I run DwayneCam (free app for OSX) I can show the webcam stream in a window on the desktop while I also show my web browser, and the whole screen gets recorded.

It really is a great setup and cost me under $100 total. Plus all you ever see of me is my hand.



u/Bradllez · 0 pointsr/Twitch

I can give you my setup (it keeps growing each day):
This microphone is plug and play and works wonderfully. I also use Adobe Audition and Virtual Audio Cable to clear any background feedback which makes my voice quality absolutely spectacular in most cases.

If you are looking into a green screen, I honestly recommend just going to a Home Depot store and get a bright green paint. I have realized that the quality of a green screen seems to rely more on the lighting of your studio/setup. To conquer the idea of "perfect lighting" isn't exactly that expensive. I bought a set of the following items on amazon: a bulb holder, a lighting umbrella, a light stand, and a studio quality bulb. Remember these items are just examples but lighting is very important if you indeed plan to use a greenscreen or camera view.

It terms of a webcam, the Logitech c920 is the best bang for your buck in the market.

Headsets can be whatever you wish it to be. I use an old Turtle Beach headset from my Xbox 360 days. It works. If you use a high quality microphone, the quality of your headset isn't too important. If you do plan on using a high quality headset: a surround sound Logitech headset are the best in my personal opinion.

I like to say that my setup is the most ghetto version of a high quality streaming setup. An example of the final product of above hardware and software is here. If you have any questions about these recommendation, be sure to ask. And welcome to the world of home studio streaming!

u/brad3378 · 2 pointsr/photogrammetry

I would build your project around your available optics and lighting. With a $500 budget, we can rule out working with an array of DSLR cameras, but I think you can still make it work.

For what you want to capture, it sounds like you will want to work with short focal lengths at short distances. That's good because these are often inexpensive. Here's an example at 5 megapixels for $17 that plugs into a Raspberry Pi computer.

Next questions:

  • Can you solder?

  • Do you have any experience with Arduinos and/or Linux? Are you interested in learning?

  • Are you comfortable working with CAD?

  • Do you have access to a 3D printer?


    If it were me, I'd consider buying at least one of these adapters:

    According to the documentation, you can stack these to create arrays of up to 16 cameras and as far as I can tell, you only need one Arduino or Raspberry Pi computer to control the camera array.


    For the flexible camera mounts, consider saving a few dollars by copying this guy's idea with copper wire inside plastic tubing:


    If you have access to a 3D printer, I would make camera enclosures for each camera - after you get them working of course. I would design a case that lets me use a 1/4-20 nut like this so you can use your cameras on any standard camera mounting equipment.


    It will take some time to build this, but it sounds like a fun project.

    Good luck!
u/Mrmitch65 · 2 pointsr/streaming

For a mic, I recommend a blue snowball, its easy to setup, sounds good and has a stand.

To be honest, I really dont think that a webcam at this early stage would be such a good idea but a good one would be a Logitech C922x

As headphones go, a pair of corsair void pros would be great and have awesome sound quality. The wireless ones are great, plug them in overnight and then play all day and you are good to go! But for simplicity, I recomend the wired version as then you dont have to remember to plug them in

u/Egsession · 2 pointsr/Twitch

As everyone else has said--always go with the microphone first. Good audio quality is paramount to a good stream. If you're on a budget, I wouldn't recommend getting a Blue Yeti right off the bat. A lot of people think that the Blue Yeti is cruise control for great audio quality, but it requires a lot of work to get it sounding good because it's so sensitive.

I'd recommend getting a cheap dynamic mic as well as an audio interface. Those combined will be about 50 bucks--much more affordable than the Blue Yeti, and will be a lot easier to work with in the long run.

You'll also need a microphone arm, which is also why I recommend a cheaper mic. The Neewer 20 dollar arm is perfect for those starting out--if you went with the Blue Yeti, that same arm wouldn't work as well because the Yeti is just so heavy, and you'd need to buy an adapter because the arm isn't compatible with it right out of the box.

When you're ready to get a new webcam, I'd recommend with Logitech C270. It's only 20 bucks right now and you're able to stream at 720p without any issues. You're a small streamer, so you shouldn't really worry too much about 1080p--especially since even the bigger streamers only stream at 720p anyway.

u/Lacey_Rosehips · 1 pointr/buildapcforme
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | Intel Core i5-6500 3.2GHz Quad-Core Processor | $203.37 @ Amazon
Motherboard | MSI H110M PRO-D Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard | $47.99 @ Amazon
Memory | Crucial 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory | $28.99 @ Amazon
Storage | Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | $49.99 @ Amazon
Video Card | EVGA GeForce GTX 970 4GB SSC ACX 2.0+ Video Card | $299.40 @ Amazon
Case | Deepcool TESSERACT BF ATX Mid Tower Case | $43.38 @ Amazon
Power Supply | EVGA SuperNOVA G2 550W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply | $79.98 @ Amazon
Optical Drive | Lite-On iHAS124-14 DVD/CD Writer | $17.59 @ Amazon
Operating System | Microsoft Windows 10 Home OEM (64-bit) | $85.97 @ Amazon
Monitor | Sceptre E248W-1920 60Hz 24.0" Monitor | $99.99 @ Amazon
Keyboard | AmazonBasics KU-0833 +MSU0939 Wired Standard Keyboard w/Optical Mouse | $14.99 @ Amazon
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total | $971.64
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-05-24 03:49 EDT-0400 |

All Amazon, so you can take full advantage of that sweet, fast, free Prime shipping! Other vendors had slightly lower prices but I have the feeling that Hawaii shipping would kill the savings.


"Gaming" kb/m combo if you like LEDs, only $5 more:

I went slightly overkill on the PSU. It has flawless stability and is fully modular. I feel like a build of this price deserves a top notch PSU, but since you're not overclocking, it's not entirely necessary. You could save $30 by going down to this one, and be fine with no performance impact.

One last thing: The GTX 1070 is coming out on June 10 at $379. It's expected to be more powerful than the 980 Ti (which a $600 card), making it much stronger and a much better value than the 970 I put in the build. It does put you over budget, and supply is likely to be an issue when it launches, so you may end up waiting longer than you'd prefer. I would personally wait, but if you'd like to dig in ASAP, I suggest buying EVGA. They have a step-up program that lets you upgrade within 90 days of purchase, provided you register your product within 15 days. Check it out and think it over!
u/lol_machy · 2 pointsr/Twitch

First off, it is so amazing that you want to support him, even though you aren't sure what it is. A good mic is probably the first thing I would get. It doesn't have to be expensive either, this one is very common and is of much better quality than a mic on a headset.

A webcam is recommended, but a microphone is more important. That said, if you do want to get him a webcam, this is a good one.

Other than that, there isn't much else needed besides a computer that is good enough to stream. I really hope he gets popular, and it is very nice to see a parent supporting their child's goals. Have an awesome day!

u/DougVossen · 1 pointr/podcasts

Told you I'd get back to you! I don't find Meerkat or Periscope useful for a full length show because I learned it'll look like crap, microphone or not. HOWEVER, what I DID start doing a month or so ago was live stream in another manner. Here's how and it's AWESOME.


If you've ever used Twitch you know it's primarily for watching people play video games. However, they have recently allowed people to do creative things on it under the channel "Creative". What you'll need is software called XSplit broadcaster (there are other options but this is the one I use) and some basic Logitec USB2 webcams off of Amazon and some Blue Yeti mics off amazon as well. You can use this to set up a stream in the creative category and you can incorporate the chat box, skype calls, or anything else you want to give it the live show feel.


This is an example of what we've been doing lately. Here's our newest episode so you can see if it's what you're trying to achieve (or something like it). Let me know if I can be of anymore help. Good luck!

u/dvtnlx · 20 pointsr/leagueoflegends

I like his commentary a lot and I think he has huge potential, so here a few little things that he could improve:

  • Get a widescreen monitor. 4:3 is very offputting if you're watching it on 16:9/16:10. I personally like the newer IPS panels, but an average TN will suffice.
  • Buy a better mic. The audio quality is very important if you are doing a lot of commentary and the average headset one isn't good enough most of the time. A lot of streamers/casters use this one since it's rather cheap, solid quality and looks awesome
  • Adjust your webcam angle and position. The image should contain mainly your upper body and your face while the camera is placed on the same level as your head or shoulders like this. Basically you want to give the viewer the impression that he is sitting right in front of you since it helps with presenting your personality and content. If you need a decent webcam with better quality and a better stand a lot of streamers use this one.

    If you have trouble with funding your hardware I'm sure redditors will be glad to help you out a bit.

u/nsfwserraangel · 5 pointsr/magicTCG

If you have money to spend, I'd use a camera like This along with an adjustable arm like this one and attach the arm to something high up and look down. I used a similar setup for playtesting other card games and had a meterstick taped down on top of a bookshelf, attached the camera arm to that, and the camera directly above the playmat. In total will cost about 60 bucks but is as easy as it gets if you have to move it somewhere else.

If you already have a camera and a tripod, you may be able to secure that in a similar fashion to a nearby bookshelf though I dont know if you can get a perfect top down like you could with an adjustable arm as linked above.

Best of luck!

u/HybridCamRev · 2 pointsr/videography

/u/boreditdude - the lowest cost solution is probably the [$179 Logitech Conference Cam] ( This camera is really made for situations where it is closer than 20 feet - but if you can get it closer (perhaps even on the table), it will be the least expensive solution.

[Here] ( is how it works.

Logitech has two higher end versions of this product which separate the camera from the speakerphone, the [$741 CC3000e] ( (promo video [here] ( and the [$998.98 Logitech Group] ( (promo video [here] (

If there's no way to put the camera on the conference table, the best solution would be a high quality 1080p camcorder with a zoom lens, mic and headphone jacks plus a video capture card. I recommend:

u/DivideaConquer · 1 pointr/youtubers

ooooooookkkkkkkk lol well i mean you guys sounded like you had a fun time :) i thought some of it was funny. the thing is i think it would of been more funny if your audio was not so bad. ALWAYS remember that people can forgive bad video but they will never EVER forgive bad audio speeking of that your recording software it was really lagy and kinda buged me after a wile. when you colab with someone make sure that they have a good mic and sound quality otherwise it will bring your video's quality down. Here are some suggestions for equipment that could help you.


1. Blue Microphones Snowball

2. Blue Microphones Yeti

3. AT2020

Facecam: (i know you said you had already ordered a facecam but i thought i would throw this one out there for you just in case also dont forget lighting if you dont have enough light into the room you will get a really bad image.)

Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920


(i am glad to hear you have obs there are lots of youtube videos that explain how to set the settings for youtube or twitch so i would sugest looking that up also if you are going to do a face cam this is importent you need NEED to record it separate from your game capture otherwise you risk having the game video and the video of you being un synced try recording your game with OBS and your face cam with Xsplit)


And Free Edditing Software

Hitfilm 3 Express: (second only to adobe)

Gimp 2.0

this is for thumbnails i hope all this helps man :)

u/The_Kraken_ · 2 pointsr/audio

Sure. A good starting point is actually Zoom's "Recommended Hardware" section on their website. Most everything on that site can be purchased separately.

> I need to buy a HD wireless webcam...

I don't think you actually do. First off, wireless webcams for what you're trying to do are not really a thing. And even if you bought one that claims to be wireless within your budget, I guarantee that you'll have reliability issues with it: it'll drop out halfway through the broadcast, it won't pair, it just won't work, etc.

Instead, I'd recommend getting a Logitech c930 and stick it on a tri-pod. It's a 1080p wide-angle webcam -- it'll work great for short or medium distance viewing angles. Buy a USB extension if you need more length, but be careful, USB cables tend to start flaking out if they're longer than ~10 ft.

As for audio, it depends on what the audience needs to hear. Will he only be talking with them? Will he be playing an instrument as well? There are a number of options here, so I'll need a better idea of what's going on to recommend the best solution.

u/anees12579 · 8 pointsr/SSBM

Anyone got any interesting setups/tv's? Idk why i'm writing this but here are the things I bring to tourneys.

Album link

My Tv Is by far the most eye catching thing. I bought 350 Fortune cookies and have been just taping them on there whenever I finish one. I am pretty much out of them so I have quite a bit all over the TV. The air fresheners were to bring some nice smells to any tournament I went to.

Standard Gamecube: 1.02 melee with newest 20xx TE and vanilla melee memory cards. This is the video cable IOnebring. It has s video + regular composite so I don't have to bring a powered splitter. Explaining more below.

Recording/Streaming setup: This consists of a Webcam which also records player/crowd audio (also a 16 ft extension). An Elgato with 16ft extension. Then I have 2 non-powered composite splitters. I plug in the composite video from the game cube directly into my TV and the S video into the elgato. The result isn't actually too bad (if someone knows how to deinterlace for better video hmu).

The last thing is My Controller: Someone on etsy painted it for me right before big house and so far it's a great purchase. It is of a Palestinian flag and has my tag on it. it doesn't feel any different from any other game cube controller which is great.

Edit: forgot about my headphone setup. I have sennheiser Momentums I bring with my headphone amp and plug that into the tv's audio with one of These. This has a pass through meaning other people can listen through the TV and I can adjust the volume with my amp. I also bring another headphone splitter so people can listen with their headphones.

u/BenderRodriguez14 · 2 pointsr/buildmeapc
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | AMD - Ryzen 5 1600 3.2GHz 6-Core Processor | £188.49 @ Amazon UK
Motherboard | ASRock - AB350M-HDV Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard | £62.83 @ CCL Computers
Memory | Corsair - Vengeance LPX 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4-2666 Memory | £64.98 @ Ebuyer
Storage | Silicon Power - Silm S55 120GB 2.5" Solid State Drive | £41.19 @ Amazon UK
Storage | Seagate - BarraCuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | £37.97 @ Amazon UK
Video Card | EVGA - GeForce GTX 970 4GB SSC ACX 2.0+ Video Card | £177.50
Other| AVP Hyperion Case| £22.99
Other| EVGA 500W 80+ PSU| £37.90
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total | £633.85
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2017-07-20 12:00 BST+0100 |

= €713 + €7.95 for case delivery from Parcel Motel = €721

It's a tiny bit over budget but absolutely worth it, you'll be playing anything you want at 60fps ultra on this.

The GPU you will need to get second hand as the market for them is brutal right now due to bitcoin mining have an huge spike the last while (and a 1060 6GB would be at least €265 even if it wasn't). is surprisingly good for those, one posted from Ashbourne in Meath only yesterday at €200 (£177.50) - . I got a 970 second hand and it's an excellent card, only a tiny bit behind a 1060 6GB.

Anything in the list that does not delivery to Ireland, Parcel Motel will do for €3.95 per item - they're excellent by the way for service (the case it €7.95 because it's too big to fit into their lockers, but they will deliver direct to your home or work).

Case link -

PSU link -
u/ShacklefordLondon · 4 pointsr/telecommuting

Oooh nice. Well congrats. Lots of good info in r/digitalnomad (though that can be more for actively traveling remoters).

I'd encourage you to google a few articles on common pitfalls of remote work to help you avoid. And if you're doing any video conferencing get a nice webcam. I did some research and this HP webcam is about the best bang for your buck.

If you're doing work on the phone, get a nice bluetooth headset that has excellent noise cancelling, so you can take calls in coffee shops/public environments & not worry about background noise.

u/haganbmj · 1 pointr/smashbros

Here's what I use. Not nearly the best, but it's manageable for the average Joe or group.


  • Streaming: OBS Studio (Win 0.14.x)
  • Overlay: HTML/Javascript w/ StreamControl writing data to JSON and JS polling it.
  • Capture Device: Startech USB3HDCAP + XRGB-mini Framemeister
  • WebCams: 2x Logitech C920
  • Audio Mixer: Mackie Mix 8
  • Headsets: 2x Audio-Technica BPHS1
  • Misc: Powered Composite Splitter, Behringer HA400 Headphone Amp
  • Stream Tools: Nightbot, TwitchAlerts


  • Capture Device: Dazzle DVC 100

    BPHS1s are kind of the standard for accessible and reasonably priced xlr headsets.

    I was getting decent quality out of my old dazzle before I switched, people just need to learn how to setup their bitrate properly to reduce artifacts and how to deinterlace their capture via amarectv or using the built in obs plugins (I used yadifx4 for the longest time) which do a nice, respectable job. Would I recommend a dazzle? Eh, it produces decent video for the price (got mine on ebay for $20), but has some compatibility issues - if you do a quick search for audio issues with the dazzle you'll find a couple threads. There are workarounds, but it's finicky.

    Ideally though, streams should be capturing component video. It removes the need for software/external hardware deinterlacing. The issue here is that you either need a TV that supports component, or a component->composite converter, which I've seen people have performance issues with in the past.
    My current setup uses a Framemeister to upscale the composite signal and handle the deinterlacing, outputting HDMI to the USB3HDCAP. The advantage is that I get to feed straight composite signals to any plain old CRT, which is great because I've been recording out of a suitcase the last few months while I move around.

    I build my overlays in JavaScript and HTML; there's a layer of logic that polls a local JSON file written by StreamControl for changes and updates them on the page.

    Just taking off on a flight. More info later. (It's later)

    Sample with the Dazzle
u/iGumball · 1 pointr/letsplay

If you want to record high quality content for a mid level price range you have a few options. First: I would look into getting a webcam, the Logitech c920 is great for the price, and puts out phenomenal qudio/video quality for what you're looking for.

Second - You'll need a capture card. These can be pretty expensive, so you may want to look at an older model that supports something like 720p30fps

Here is an example of the one I use for console, mind you this is probably the most important part of recording quality gameplay so you can see what's going on. As far as recording, Elgato gives you a free software that runs the capture card footage through to OBS, and you can resize/crop the facecam on top of the scene within OBS itself and set your recording audio levels so that as soon as you hit record/stop record, the video is good to go and watchable as a cute lets play from your daughter.

u/Mrcharlieismad · 1 pointr/Twitch

If you’re looking for software, you’ll need OBS or something similar, this will give you almost all the tools you need on the software side.

There’s tons of add ons to get, but one other one I love is voicemeeter, it allows more fine tuning of your audio than OBS allows for.

here Is a great guide on how to make yourself sound better

As for hardware, [this]
( a really great cheap mic, and if you’re just starting out with twitch you can get away with [this]
( since twitch doesn’t let you stream in 1080 right away.

u/keriberry_420 · 1 pointr/AdultBuys

Custom Projects By Keri <3

Custom Video Details

My equipment:

  • [GoPro Hero4](
    %20pro%20hero%204&qid=1449782559&ref_=sr_1_2&s=photo&sr=1-2) (Best video quality)
  • Canon Vixia (Best sound quality)
  • Logitech C930e Webcam This cam streams @30fps, records @60 :)
  • Three Point Lighting, Product Lighting & Color Gels (color gels and add mood or literally change the color of my room/body)
  • Tripod
  • I use Adobe Premiere Pro for post & export, and I upload your final copy to Dropbox

    My Toys:

  • Glass Toys & Plugs
  • Realistic Dongs
  • Fetish Stuffs
  • Vibes & Wands

    Recent Examples of Cutom Projects:

  • Push It Real Good
  • The Best Foot Model
  • Taking 12" (shown in post)

    Recent gifs, full body shot & feet as they are now

    body shot & how I move
    feet, flexibility
    the booty, and it's wiggle

    Pricing starts at $6 per minute for both the Canon & GoPro
    with full editing, transitions and any simple effects you might want.

    It depends what you want in your clip, but most clips are between $6-8/m

    Easy Option: Using my webcam to record, I can offer quick vanilla customs with little to no editing for only $4-6/m (no fetish, no anal)


    Popular Vanilla Requests

    GFE | JOI | JOE | Strip | Teasing |
    POV | Deepthroat | Dildo Riding | Control/Denial| Breast/Nipple Play | Light Femdom/Worship
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u/jake1825 · 1 pointr/Twitch

Hey! Welcome to Twitch!

This is a great idea for a school project! Here are some things to take into consideration:

You'll need a machine from which you'll be able to broadcast the livestream. A decently modern desktop computer will do (lets say an i5, 4GB RAM minimum and a GTX 970 or better if possible)

On that computer you'll need a broadcasting program. Heres a list of programs recommended by Twitch. Note that some are free and some are payware. It all depends on what you need. Have a look which one will satisfy all your needs (like the video playlist you mentioned for the pre-recorded footage)

For the external camera you can either do it by using a good quality webcam like the Logitech C920 or by using a DSLR and hooking it up via HDMI, using Elgato CamLink

Microphone is also up to you. You can either get a microphone which youll plug in via a 3.5mm jack or get a USB microphone. This will depend on the style of content that you'll be producing (like interview, voiceover, podcast etc)

Let me know if you have any other questions and keep us up to date if the project turns out well!

u/catpow3r · 1 pointr/Twitch


I use this: and


I wouldn't bother with a streamdeck just yet. I use OBS Streamlabs and it has a deck a bit like that, that you can use in a smartphone. And it's free =D


Besides hardware, the best advice I can give is to be consistent and stick to a time and day of week. Select when and try to not skip his stream dates. And also, build community. Social media works great for that and small things, like learning the usernames of the people that watch him, so that he can say hi when they come. =)

u/donkawechico · 3 pointsr/Magic

1 minutes and 12 seconds just to do a key card effect?

I appreciate that you're trying to make videos with some production value, but your videos need to mature a great deal before they'll see any love in this sub-reddit.

If you're interested in improving the quality of your videos, I have some recommendations:

  1. Get an HD web-cam. [This is what I use] (
  2. Use a fresh deck of bicycle cards.
  3. Speak! Silence is boring and confusing.
  4. Stop with the unnecessary opening slides. Give one short slide with the trick name, and the source.
  5. Learn more interesting effects. Making veteran magicians here sit through a full minute just to see a key-card is a little irritating.
  6. Practice. Your handling still doesn't look comfortable.

    Right now your videos are getting downvoted because they feel like spam. They're like a thousand other videos out there of kids who think that all they need is a simple trick, music, and some video effects and they deserve a subscription base.
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u/Awesomenimity · 1 pointr/RandomActsOfGaming

Very generous of you! I hope you find lots of happiness i life, and giving can be one of the best joys!

I'm looking for a decent webcam, found the Logitech c920 for $64 that should suit my needs.

Thanks for doing this!

u/CaptainCab21 · 2 pointsr/buildapcforme

That is pretty tight budget provided you want decent ram, power supply and motherboard.

But This it what i found

EVGA 500 watt 80+ white Power Supply £38.81 . not the best psu but will work fine for your parts and budget.

Gigabyte B450M DS3H Motherboard £63.11 .

AeroCool ATX Case £37.99.

Crucial BX500 240gb SSD £29.50.

Corsair DDR4 2400mhz 2x8gb Ram £53.99.

Total Price is £223.4‬. The best i could go without going to cheap.


If you were able to spend like £300 you could get better parts and would probably be happier with the final result.

u/TheEclecticGamer · 1 pointr/SWlegion

I've streamed board games but not miniatures.

I would say that I think having an overhead view would be important if you want people to follow the gameplay so that they can get a correct sense of where things are in relation to each other.

OBS is great and free, use that.

If you're going to have a dedicated "director" they can switch between angles live, otherwise you can do a multicam situation all on the same screen. A director could also update overlays live. We eventually switched to just doing youtube videos and so we recorded each camera separately and edited them together for the final product.

I think you could choose to not do a dice camera. Doing it will be more exciting as people can see the rolls but if you don't just be careful to specify what was rolled out loud for the camera so the viewers know.

You can do a lot with just webcams, this is the one I have 3 of.

I do use a separate mic though.

u/beley · 3 pointsr/mac

The iSight cameras on both my 2015 and 2018 MBPs and our older MBAs are all really good... but nowhere near professional quality. They're really good compared to any Windows laptop's webcam.

If you want better quality, it might be worth investing in a higher-quality external webcam. The benefit to that is you can put it on a mini/tabletop tripod and position it exactly where you want it. The Logitech C920 is still probably the best bang for your buck.

See this review for a comparison between the Mac's built-in webcam and the C920.

u/queen_crumpetbum · 3 pointsr/GirlGamers

I haven't recorded any videos or streamed on youtube but I have been streaming on twitch this year. I only really stream Nintendo switch gameplay. All I needed (I already had a good pc and 2 monitors) to buy for the set up;
Elgato game capture hd60 pro which I needed to link my switch up to the pc.
logitech c920 hd webcam but webcams aren't always needed for streaming - loads of cool streamers who don't do webcam and still do well with my personal fav being dreamie pop on twitch
blue yeti microphone

That was enough for me to get started and although it can be quite intimidating and weird at the start, keep going. Especially with games like stardew because there's such a sweet stardew community on twitch. I would recommend hanging out in some of these streams when you can, get a feel for the way things work and make some friends!

u/relderpaway · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

What is the best powerbank on the market for long haul flights? Have too many switch games I want to play and I'm tired of stressing out whether or not there will be power available and then sometimes getting disappointed.

Think I just read that for flights I'm limited to about 26k mah, but otherwise just want as fast charging and as much play time as possible. Also how long would that give total on the most resource intensive games? (Dragon Quest, Witcher 3 etc.)

Edit: See the Anker powerCore 26800 mentione somewhere so that might be an ok option. Is this the correct one then?

I saw some posts seeing they had made an official switch power bank, but don't see switch mentioned on this power bank B( Would be good to get some peace of mind before I order it. In the thread about cabels a lot of people seem unsure about using the Anker PowerCore or what cable to use.


Actually seems like the item I want is this, the PowerCore+

And then I guess I will possibly need a USB C cable as well since it seems its not included.

This also seems like an option which is recommended

I don't really mind the price difference that much just want whatever is more reliable, charges more and is smaller/sleeker/lighter.

u/SuperHyperMegaTurbo · 5 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Buy a Wii U and the original Splatoon, and play for 8-10 hours a day until Splatoon 2's release to make sure you're really prepared for the online scene!

jk, of course.
Well, sortof, I'm going to be playing Splatoon a little each day in preparation myself, so...

The only real thing I can recommend is buying an ethernet adapter, like this one: It can make the difference between an unplayable game and an amazing game, depending on how much the Switch likes your WiFi.

u/Salty_Stevie · 2 pointsr/letsplay

My biggest piece of advice is to not settle on anything lower than 1080p. That level of video quality is almost expected these days, and webcams are really affordable. It's easy to find something lower than $50 that will film in HD, but if you're willing to spend a little more I'd suggest the webcam that I have, the Logitech HD Pro C920. The video quality is great, and the auto settings are usually perfect which is great because I hate putting in the time to fool around with video settings. It has autofocus, which is relatively rare in webcams, and results in a really nice picture as long as you turn off the autofocus once it's focused on your face (otherwise it'll be jumping around throughout your video, as I realized the first time I recorded with it). Personally I think it's worth the price, but you could find something a bit cheaper if you don't care about all the bells and whistles. Just go for 1080p!

EDIT: About the autofocus, I mean that model actually autofocuses during video, if you keep the option checked. It's completely silent, which is nice if you ever need to film a video where you'll be putting things closer to the camera to show detail (like unboxings or something) because you won't need to refocus while filming.

u/samuraialien · 1 pointr/Twitch

I highly recommend the Logitech C920 which is $60 but I think it's worth it. By far the best webcam I've used and probably will ever use. 1080p, 60 fps, the lighting and quality's great, and the picture's pretty wide.

u/blackcat0 · 1 pointr/buildapc
Hey! Thanks so much for the suggestions. I don't intend to do any overclocking, so it seems like a good choice to swap out the CPU. I've changed the motherboard, graphics card and found myself a nice hard drive

Do you think this is a better build for me?

CPU | Intel Core i5-6600 3.3GHz | £200 @ Amazon
Motherboard | Gigabyte Intel LGA1151 D3HP Motherboard | £100 @ Amazon
GPU | Zotac GeForce GTX 1060 1152 NVIDIA CUDA Cores Mini 3 GB | £185 @ Amazon
Memory | Corsair CMK8GX4M2B3000C15 Vengeance LPX 8GB (2x4GB) DDR4 3000Mhz CL15 XMP 2.0 | £50 @ Amazon
PSU | Corsair CP-9020102-UK CX Series 550W Power Supply Unit | £60 @ Amazon
SSD | Silicon Power Slim 120 GB SSD | £40 @ Amazon
HD | Toshiba P300 High Performance 1TB Internal Hard Drive | £40 @ Amazon
Case | Corsair Carbide Series 400C Mid-Tower ATX Performance Computer Case - Black | £97 @ Amazon
|| Total
| (Prices include shipping and discounts when available.) | £775.50

Also, thanks for the heads up, I'll try and find my hard drives somewhere else.
u/ReisaD · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I do book reviews, but I also do visual book reviews on YouTube. I do this for fun, but I also do this to help me one day on a resume. I want to be a librarian. I have for a very long time. When I am able to get back in school, its what I will be studying for. This camera might help. It's not even a full 100, not even close.

It would also help boost my self confidence. I am a very shy person in real life, and doing BookTube reviews has actually helped me get out of my shell.

I know there is a lot more people who could use it a lot more than I could. I think I was more posting this not just for the contest, but to kind of keep pushing myself to keep doing it.

Thank you for the contest. :) And the unintentional boost.

u/fhdjdikdjd · 1 pointr/buildapc

it sounds like that your father is a great teacher :)
its a weird time tho :)
summer just started :)
but back to the subject
for cameras
would get the job done greatly
and you can change between them if you are using something like OBS

for his pc i dont know your budget but this can work great
even if he wants to game :)

u/n_nick · 3 pointsr/battlestations

Here is my build list formated for reddit

Group | Name | Price | Quantity | Total | Link
--- | --- | --- | --- | --- | ---
Pc | (Everything Inside the case) | | | |
$1,601.62 | Intel Core i7-6700K 4.0GHz Quad-Core Processor | $347.00 | 1 | $347.00 |
| Cooler Master Hyper D92 54.8 CFM Rifle Bearing CPU Cooler | $44.80 | 1 | $44.80 |
| Gigabyte GA-Z170X-UD5 ATX LGA1151 Motherboard | $171.49 | 1 | $171.49 |
| Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4-2666 Memory | $129.99 | 1 | $129.99 |
| Samsung 850 EVO-Series 250GB 2.5" Solid State Drive | $97.99 | 1 | $97.99 |
| Hitachi HD​S723020BLA​642 | $58.00 | 3 | $174.00 | EBay
| EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB FTW Gaming ACX 3.0 Video Card | $459.99 | 1 | $459.99 |
| EVGA 850W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply | $90.39 | 1 | $90.39 |
| XFX AMD Radeon HD 5450 1GB | $29.99 | 2 | $59.98 |
| PWM Female to 4 x PWM Male Computer Case Fan Splitter | $6.50 | 2 | $13.00 |
| Sabrent 2.5" SSD & SATA Hard Drive to Desktop 3.5" | $12.99 | 1 | $12.99 |
| 80MM 5000RPM Fan | $0.00 | 2 | $0.00 |
| 92MM 5000RPM Fan | $0.00 | 4 | $0.00 |
Monitors | | | | |
$744.66 | Seiki Pro SM28UTR 28-Inch 4K UHD 3840x2160 | $195.69 | 1 | $195.69 |
| AOC e2460Sd 24-Inch Widescreen LED Monitor | $142.99 | 3 | $428.97 |
| Dell 17" 5:4 | $30.00 | 4 | $120.00 | EBay
Cables | | | | |
$137.77 | Cable Matters Gold Plated DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cable 10 Feet | $11.99 | 1 | $11.99 |
| Cable Matters Active DisplayPort to DVI Male to Female Adapter | $19.99 | 2 | $39.98 |
| DVI Male to Female 90 Degree Adapter Connector | $4.43 | 3 | $13.29 |
| 15ft 28AWG CL2 Dual Link DVI-D Cable - Black | $10.47 | 3 | $31.41 |
| 15ft Super VGA M/M | $5.69 | 4 | $22.76 |
| 15ft USB 2.0 A Male to A Female Extension | $1.87 | 5 | $9.35 |
| 25ft hdmi cable | $8.99 | 1 | $8.99 |
Desk Accesseries | | | | |
$263.49 | Perixx PX-5200 Cherry MX Blue | $72.91 | 1 | $72.91 |
| Logitech C310 Webcam | $31.93 | 1 | $31.93 |
| Lapel Mics | $6.50 | 1 | $6.50 |
| FingerPrint Reader | $12.58 | 1 | $12.58 |
| Mouse Pad | $8.99 | 1 | $8.99 |
| Headset Func HS260 | $79.99 | 1 | $79.99 |
| Altec ACS 54 - Speaker | $0.00 | 1 | $0.00 |
| Logitech G700S | $50.59 | 1 | $50.59 |
Audio Accesseries | | | | |
$58.33 | BEHRINGER MICROAMP HA400 | $24.99 | 1 | $24.99 |
| 5-Pack 6.35mm Male to 3.5mm Female Adapter | $7.99 | 1 | $7.99 |
| 3.5mm Male to 2 x 3.5mm Female Splitter Cable | $3.99 | 1 | $3.99 |
| Coupler 3.5 mm Female - 3.5 mm Female Stereo or Mono | $3.93 | 1 | $3.93 |
| 3 feet Slim 3.5mm Stereo Audio Cable - M/M | $2.71 | 2 | $5.42 |
| 3-Feet 3.5mm Stereo Male to Female Extension Cable, 5-Pack | $12.01 | 1 | $12.01 |
Lighting | | | | |
$86.88 | Studio Designs Swing Arm Lamp Black | $24.75 | 2 | $49.50 |
| Lutron TT-300NLH-BL Credenza Lamp Dimmer Black | $14.83 | 1 | $14.83 |
| Triple Outlet Swivel Adapter, White | $3.27 | 1 | $3.27 |
| Daylight LED Light Bulb 15W | $9.64 | 2 | $19.28 |
Cable Managment | | | | |
$18.81 | 100 Velcro Ties | $5.00 | 2 | $10.00 |
| 100 Releasable cable ties | $2.47 | 3 | $7.41 |
| Cable Clip nais | $0.70 | 2 | $1.40 |
Power | | | | |
$53.13 | Monster MP AV 750 Audio Video PowerCenter | $18.99 | 1 | $18.99 |
| AmazonBasics 6-Outlet Surge Protector Power Strip 2-Pack | $12.99 | 1 | $12.99 |
| 3 Outlet Single-Tap Wall Tap | $4.00 | 2 | $8.00 |
| 15ft 16AWG Power Cord Cable | $5.20 | 1 | $5.20 |
| 10ft 18AWG Right Angle Power Cord Cabl | $2.65 | 3 | $7.95 |
Network | | | | |
$33.98 | TP-LINK 8-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch | $22.99 | 1 | $22.99 |
| 5-Pack, Cat6 Ethernet Patch Cable in Blue 3 Feet | $10.99 | 1 | $10.99 |
Monitor Mount | | | | |
$215.27 | Arm wall mount | $17.54 | 3 | $52.62 |
| Top wall mount bracket | $4.80 | 4 | $19.20 |
| Center Monitor Mount | $7.99 | 1 | $7.99 |
| 2x8 | $7.47 | 3 | $22.41 |
| 2x4 | 2.55 | 1 | $2.55 |
| 3" clamp | $5.98 | 6 | $35.88 |
| 4" Hinge | $2.81 | 2 | $5.62 |
| Wood Screws | $9.00 | 1 | $9.00 | Lowes
| Assorted brackets/hardware | $25.00 | 1 | $25.00 | Lowes
| Case Rack Mount | $35.00 | 1 | $35.00 | EBay
Misc | | | | |
$35.97 | Steam Link | $19.99 | 1 | $19.99 |
| Bluetooth Adapter | $7.99 | 1 | $7.99 | GRANDCOW Bluetooth 4.0 USB Adapter Dongle for Windows 10/ 8.1 / 8/ 7 / Vista / XP
| 19 Key Numeric Keypad | $7.99 | 1 | $7.99 |

u/BlackAera · 2 pointsr/edmproduction

Windows Stereo Mix is basically the "what you hear" sound. With Audacity you can record whatever windows is "hearing" meaning you can easily rip sound from whatever source online as long as you can play it back in some way. It's like Edison just not for FL but everything else.

You can use the unbalanced chinch connectors yes. With the headphone source switch you can change the output channel you want to listen to on your headphones. If you got your speakers connected to 1 and 2 that means you have to set it to 1-2 to hear the same output. You can either turn down the volume for the headphones independantly or you can switch to the other channel to shut them off.

Just get something like the Logitech C 270 for hassle-free voice chat. I use a webcam to chat and it's the best thing.

Or get a dynamic Shure SM58 mic and connect it to the interface :D

u/TheGameReaperX · 3 pointsr/AskBattlestations

if she will be gaming on a Wii u you will need a capture card or a capture device that plug in via usb.

I recommend a good webcam like a Logitech HD C310 or Logitec HD C920

for a mic I would recommend a good dedicated mic, something like this or if you want your kiddo to feel like a professional streamer without breaking the bank, then [this](

Other then that, I would suggest grabbing the open broadcasting software to use to record her videos.

u/theDumb12 · 1 pointr/PcMasterRaceBuilds
Here's my suggestion:

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | Intel Core i3-6100 3.7GHz Dual-Core Processor | $144.98 @ DirectCanada
Motherboard | ASRock H110M-DGS Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard | $39.98 @ NCIX
Memory | Kingston HyperX Fury Black 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory | $44.99 @ Newegg Canada
Storage | Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | $61.94 @ Vuugo
Video Card | Sapphire Radeon RX 470 4GB NITRO+ Video Card | $284.99 @ Newegg Canada
Case | Rosewill FBM-02 MicroATX Mini Tower Case | $29.99 @ Newegg Canada
Power Supply | EVGA 500W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply | $55.37 @ DirectCanada
Monitor | Acer G226HQLBbd 21.5" 60Hz Monitor | $109.99 @ NCIX
Keyboard | Logitech K120 Wired Standard Keyboard | $12.98 @ NCIX
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total (before mail-in rebates) | $810.21
| Mail-in rebates | -$25.00
| Total | $785.21
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-09-15 13:32 EDT-0400 |

I never realized how weak the Canadian dollar is, I was really surprised at how much less it gets you. This is based on the "Crusher" build from the /r/pcmasterrace wiki, plus a keyboard and monitor. I don't have any direct experience with any of these parts besides the monitor, which I got for my girlfriend's computer build (and it's a great monitor at that price)

If you're looking to spend more, the first places to do it are

1. Better motherboard
2. Better keyboard
3. Better processor

Now for other recommendations. I stream on twitch as well, (mostly World of Tanks and other games), and I mostly use a Logitech G430 as my headphones/mic. If you're looking for a new mouse, Redragon makes really great mice at really good prices, I use a Redragon Perdition as my primary mouse for gaming, a Redragon Nemeanlion at work, and a Redragon Centrophorus for my secondary computer (used as a server and for doing distributed computing). For a webcam, I use a Logitech C920
u/jbridgiee · 2 pointsr/Cameras

Unfortunately it's not as simple as buying a USB to HDMI converter.

^(However it might be in which case someone please correct me but it seems unlikely)

While it may seem like an easy solution the usb on that camera is very likely only meant to be a data port i.e only meant for transferring files from one to the other, meaning it cannot transfer a live feed purely from converting to HDMI because it would be like trying to open a word document with a DVD player, it's just incompatible. You may however be able to plug into your PC with the USB cable and view a live feed if you right click the icon in My Computer, I have no idea of this specific cameras capabilities however but in general this is how it works.

For Skype this is likely something you wouldn't have much success with but vlogging should be fine if you just transfer the video files via the USB cable to the computer.

As far as Skype goes something like this should suffice for what it seems you want it to do (but for vlogging I'd assume you'd get a more pleasant image from the camera rather than the webcam)

u/Aracat · 3 pointsr/MLPCCG

Some notes for participants:

  • Everything has a camera in it, but it may not be convenient to use. Consider how you'll record an entire playmat and still be able to see whatever your opponent's doing. Just a laptop/tablet alone will probably not work well for this.

  • Looking to buy a webcam for a computer? The gold standard for webcams is the Logitech C920 series. Basically everybody who wants reasonably priced quality uses them.

  • Make sure that you've positioned your camera securely enough that it won't fall over in the middle of playing. Some boxes, sticks and a lot of tape can go a long way for very cheap.

  • The game may take an hour including setup and troubleshooting, so try to clear at least that much time from your schedule. Also lock your cats/younger siblings/etc... out while you're playing.

  • Overhead lights cause glare and/or shadows; cover your playmat in cards and see if there are any spots where the lights make cards unreadable, then try to rearrange or turn off lights as necessary to fix that. The closer to the ground the lights are the less they will glare. Yes this is hard; lighting sucks.

  • Have some spare paper or your collection ready in case your opponent puts a resource on one of your friends, or you're running a deck that steals your opponent's friends.
u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/buildapcforme


Now here's the part where you save craptons of money and get an awesome computer in the process.

Enter Amazon Warehouse Deals.

Instead of the RAM I mentioned, get this

$20 in the bank!

Instead of my monitor, check out this open box model.

$20 more dollars in the bank!

Don't need a keyboard? Awesome! $50 to play with (or save).

So far, we're at $1110.

This is my webcam.

They have one for $17 shipped. It works.

For speakers, honestly, as an audiophile, you're better off going down to the Goodwill and buying yourself a vintage stereo system than buying a new set of speakers. I have a $200 stereo that my parents got me one year for Christmas.

I use the receiver to power my $3 Goodwill speakers from the 1980s. It's commonly known in audio that fidelity/sound quality of consumer electronics has gotten worse over time.

Now, with the left over money, you could pocket it and still have an Ultra quality system.

Or, you could spring for a 7970

u/keypenboardcil · 2 pointsr/Guitar

Do you have a webcam? That's what I'm using to record myself so I can watch my hands and identify errors that need to be fixed. I've only been playing for a year, but a few months into playing I bought a $25 logitech webcam from amazon Logitech C270 and it's really helped me improve, and I can recommend this model. I just wanted to have something that would clearly show the strings and not get too blurred, which is the problem I had with using my phone. I also use it for skype calls and whatnot, so I consider it a decent $25 investment until I get better and want "real" recording equipment. If you want to see what the recordings look like on it, you can look at some of my vids:

u/GuiPrazeresYT · 1 pointr/buildapc

Hey guys

This is my first time trying to build a PC and everything that I know its basically from Youtube xD

My main goal is to play most of popular games (like CS:GO, Fortnite, Pubg, FIFA, etc) at 1080p 60fps.

I also want to stream.


I made this next build myself but I'm noob at this, so 100% something isn't compatible xD

(I have to admit that took me a lot of time ahaha)


I was thinking in something like this

(I don't even know if this is going to turn on xD)


Power Suply - EVGA 500 W, 80+ WHITE


Graphics Card - MSI NVIDIA GTX 1060 ARMOR 3G OCV1 3 GB GDDR5


Motherboard - GIGABYTE Z370P D3 Socket 1151 Z370 Express DDR4 S-ATA 600 ATX


RAM - HyperX FURY 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) DDR4 2400 MHz Memory Kit


SSD - ADATA SU800 128GB 3D-NAND 100TB TBW Long-Endurance 560MB/s SATA III


HDD - Seagate Barracuda 2 TB Hard Drive


Processor - Intel Core i5-8400 Hexa-Core 2.8GHz c/ Turbo 4.0GHz 9MB Skt1151


Desktop Case - ATX Nox Hummer MC


2x Monitor - Samsung S24D330 24-Inch LED Monitor (1ms)


The Total is around 1150/1200€ (w/ 2 Monitors)


I wish you could give some advices and some help in this build.


If this was your pc, what would you change?


Thank you guys for you time. Have a nice day :)


u/artenransk · 2 pointsr/letsplay

I use this webcam right now and I think it's pretty good, if you'd like a cheaper one, you could always go for a 720p resolution camera. Everyone suggests this one as the high end camera if you'd like to look really nice.

And yes, OBS does support green screen (chroma keying).

u/CrispySith · 1 pointr/stop_motion

This is what I use:

Logitech Webcam ($50) - It captures 1080p images and can be controlled 100% manually via free Logitech software. The depth of field is kinda bad up close but it gets the job done.

qStopMotion (Free) - An open source stop motion program. Development stopped a few years ago and it isn't perfect, but it has onion skinning and playback. Only works with a webcam, not DLSR.

Hitfilm Express 2017 (Free) - A fully functional editing program extremely similar to Adobe Premiere, but free and with a built-in compositor (so you don't need After Effects). Not too hard to learn, but then I already had 5 years editing experience when I got it. The free version has everything you need unless you are a professional visual effects artist.

For audio, Audacity is a perfect choice. I wouldn't worry about getting him a microphone unless he does a ton of voice acting. Even then, a phone or laptop should suffice since he is a 10 year old hobbyist. Then he can learn how to clean audio with Audacity as well.

For lights, I would let him mess around with desk lamps and random lights around the house. Paper is great for diffusing light, either as a screen or a bounce. Since he isn't a pro, he doesn't need anything fancy. Personally, I have learned a lot from making due with the lights I have.

That's my two cents. Go stop mo!

u/kidsampson22 · 2 pointsr/streaming

Are you planning on streaming PC Games or Console games? if console your going to need a capture device: amazon

This camera has comes highly recommended for your budget: amazon

I used to do PIP streams a long time ago but really it should be pretty simple to set up in OBS.

  • install/plug in webcam (should be simple)
  • Open OBS and the Global Sources Menu
  • Add a new GS which will be the webcam. (This way you don't need to configure it after creating new scenes, just add the GS to the scene)
  • If using a capture device follow above directions so that its also simple to set up between scenes if you plan on changing things around.
  • Try and do a small dry run so you know how everything works.

    When I ran couch streams I had a mic on a boom connected to a mixer I kept near my feet so I could change the mic volume on the fly. I don't know exactly what kind of set up you'll have, but I def recommend setting it up a few days early and testing it if you haven't already.

    I'm sure I'm forgetting things so just let me know and I'll do my best to respond quickly.

u/smushkan · 1 pointr/videography

The Q2N can function as a 720p USB webcam, though it's quite wide-angle (like a go-pro) so it would need to be closer than you'd think to get a good shot.

Your budget really is too low for anything other than webcams really, though you can get some pretty decent webcams for that price.

Hve a look at the Logitech C920. You'd have enough left over for a USB audio interface so you could run an output from the desk into your streaming package.

The thing is though, webcams don't have zoom. The zoom/pan that is done by software is simply blowing up the image so you're not gaining any detail, so things will just look blurrier when you zoom in.

Ideally, you'll need to reduce the distance between the camera and the stage somehow. You could, for example, suspend the camera from the ceiling, or mount it on a desk at the front of the bar?

However, if you're streaming at 720p or lower resolution, then you could potentially zoom in on the video in your streaming package without losing quality (don't use the webcam software, use something like OBS).

The Zoom Q2N would work as it can function as a USB webcam, but it's got a go-pro like wide-angle lens on it so it would need to be even closer than a normal webcam.

Really to pull this project off well, you'd need to spend at least a few more hundred dollars. A consumer camcorder like a Canon Vixia, plus a HDMI capture device like a Blackmagic Web Presenter would be the ideal budget setup.

u/Doktor_Evil · 2 pointsr/buildapcforme
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks

CPU | AMD FX-8350 4.0GHz 8-Core Processor | $179.99 @ Microcenter
CPU Cooler | Phanteks PH-TC14PE_RD 78.1 CFM CPU Cooler | $79.99 @ Newegg
Motherboard | Asus Crosshair V Formula-Z ATX AM3+ Motherboard | $214.99 @ Amazon
Memory | Kingston XMP Blu Red Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-1600 Memory | $117.35 @ NCIX US
Storage | Samsung 840 Pro Series 128GB 2.5" Solid State Disk | $122.99 @ NCIX US
Storage | Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | $63.98 @ Outlet PC
Video Card | MSI GeForce GTX 770 2GB Video Card | $399.99 @ Amazon
Case | Corsair Air 540 ATX Full Tower Case | $129.99 @ Newegg
Power Supply | OCZ ZX 850W 80 PLUS Gold Certified ATX12V / EPS12V Power Supply | $99.99 @ Newegg
Optical Drive | Asus BW-12B1ST/BLK/G/AS Blu-Ray/DVD/CD Writer | $52.00 @ Newegg
Monitor | Asus VG23AH 23.0" Monitor | $177.58 @ Newegg
Keyboard | Corsair Vengeance K70 Wired Gaming Keyboard | $119.99 @ Newegg
Mousepad| XTracPads Ripper XXL Desktop Gaming Mat| $24.98
Webcam| Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920, 1080p Widescreen Video Calling and Recording| $74.99
Mouse| Logitech G500s| $79.99
Fan Controller| Sentry 2| $29.99
LEDs| Sleeved LED Kit| $9.99
Case Fans| 3 x Corsair Air Series SP120 High Performance Edition 62.7 CFM 120mm Fan| $44.97
| | Total
| Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available. | $2023.74
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2013-08-05 21:06 EDT-0400 |

The whole build is red and black themed.
CPU is ideal for streaming.
CPU cooler is one of the best air coolers. You could overclock your CPU to its limits.
A high quality motherboard with good audio and tons of features.
16GB RAM is plenty for streaming.
SSD for OS and programs.
HDD for games and media.
GPU will max out every game.
Case you wished.
Fully modular PSU, so that you could get red sleeved cables. You could add another GPU in the future. 750W would only have a little headroom according to PCPP.
Blu-Ray driver with write functionality.
High quality IPS monitor.
Keyboard you wished.
Totally black extended mousepad.
1080p webcam.
The mouse is the improved version of the G500. It's the s model.
Fan controller. I would not get a fan controller because it is vertical in that case.
Red LED cable.
As many fans as possible.
u/nokovo · 1 pointr/WeAreTheFilmMakers

I've been thinking about it as well. I've got this lifecam and the included software comes with limited manual controls (pic). It would be good for doing a youtube show, but it would be pretty difficult to film anything else. You obviously can't use a tripod or any other standard film equipment but I'm sure you can find creative ways to make a simple video. But obviously a proper camera would make the whole process much easier and the final product would look better.

u/pdmcmahon · 12 pointsr/macsetups

Mac Mini (2018 model), named NOSTROMO

  • 3.2 GHz Hexa-Core Core i7 CPU
  • 32 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB PCIe boot volume
  • 2 TB external rotating drive for Time Machine Backups, connected via Thunderbolt 3 / USB-C
  • Dual 8 TB Western Digital Elements USB 3.0 drives for content, VOL1 and VOL2. VOL1 is replicated to VOL2, both are connected via Thunderbolt 3 / USB-C. These handy adapter cables allow you to connect a traditional USB 3.0 device into a Thunderbolt 3 port.
  • Single 4 TB SeaGate Plus USB 3.0 drive which contains the majority of my media content, VOL5. It is a "floater" drive which I always carry in my backpack to have the majority of my content with me at all times.
  • Running Mac OS 10.14.6 Server
  • Dual 27” Apple Thunderbolt Displays connected to the Mac Mini, daisy-chained off a single Thunderbolt 3 port using a Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 adapter.
  • This Mac Mini is what I use to host all of my iTunes content to the three Apple TVs in my home

    Mac Mini (2010 model), named SPUNKMEYER

  • 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo CPU
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 100 GB SSD boot volume
  • 500 GB traditional drive for Time Machine Backups
  • Running Mac OS 10.13.6 Server

    MacBook Pro Retina 15” (2015 model), named SULACO

  • 2.2 GHz Quad-Core Core i7 CPU
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB SSD
  • Running Mac OS 10.14.6 Client
  • Time Machine Backups are being taken both on the 2018 Mac Mini as well as the 2010 Mac Mini

    Mac Mini (2012 model), named FERRO

  • This Mac is located at Mom & Dad’s about 1,000 miles away. It is a complete offsite backup of all of my content, it is also used for Time Machine backups of my mother’s Mac Mini and my niece’s MacBook Pro. I have both Remote Desktop and SSH access via the magic of port forwarding. Whenever I add a new movie, I place it is my Shared Dropbox folder, then about 30 minutes later it is available on the backup Mac Mini. I then move it over to VOL3, and all of my content is always in sync.
  • 2.5 GHz Dual-Core Core i5 CPU
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 120 GB SSD boot volume
  • 500 GB traditional drive for Time Machine Backups
  • Single 8 TB Western Digital Elements USB 3.0 drive for storing and hosting content, VOL3. It is a complete duplicate of VOL1/VOL2.
  • Running Mac OS 10.14.6 Server

    Mac Mini (2012 model), named AURIGA

  • This Mac is located at my sister's house about 1,000 miles away. It is a complete offsite backup of all of my movies and TV shows, it is also used for Time Machine backups of my sister's MacBook Pro and my other niece’s MacBook. I have both Remote Desktop and SSH access via the magic of port forwarding. Whenever I add a new movie, I place it is my Shared Dropbox folder, then about 30 minutes later it is available on the backup Mac Mini. I then move it over to VOL4, and all of my content is always in sync.
  • 2.5 GHz Dual-Core Core i5 CPU
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB SSD boot volume
  • 500 GB traditional drive for Time Machine Backups
  • Single 4 TB Seagate Backup Plus USB 3.0 drive (VOL4) for storing and hosting content, VOL4. As it is only a 4 TB volumes, it contains only the moves and television shows which are on VOL1, VOL2, and VOL3.
  • Running Mac OS 10.14.6 Server

    Both the 2012 Minis and the 2010 Mini are completely headless. Unfortunately, this means that accessing them via remote desktop gives you a measly 800x600 resolution. I use this handy little gadget on both of them to replicate a 1920x1080 display being connected. So, when I connect via Screen Sharing I get a nice big display.

    MacBook Pro (2018 model), named APLC02XV5W1JGH5

  • 2.2 GHz Six-Core Intel Core i7 CPU
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 500 GB SSD
  • Running Mac OS 10.14.5 Client
  • This is my work-provided laptop, mostly used for remote access. It is pretty locked down, I am not a local administrator so I cannot even rename it to fit my naming scheme

    iPad Pro 10.5", named APONE

  • 2.38 GHz Apple A10X CPU
  • 4 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB of storage
  • Running iOS 13.0 Public Beta

    iPhone X, named RIPLEY

  • 2.4 GHz Apple A11 Bionic CPU
  • 3 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB of storage
  • Running iOS 12.4

    LG Blu-Ray reader/writer in connected to NOSTROMO via USB 3.0, used for ripping Blu-Rays and DVDs

    Sabrent USB 3.0 Dual-Bay Hard Drive Dock, also connected to NOSTROMO via USB 3.0

    The microphone is a Yeti Blue with a Nady Pop Filter, coupled with a Logitech HD C310, used for Google Hangouts and FaceTime calls with the fam, and the occasional podcast. It is mounted on a RODE PSA1 Swivel Mount Studio Microphone Boom Arm and a RADIUS II Microphone Shock Mount.

    The mousepad is an XTracPads Ripper XXL mousepad

    The chair is a Raynor Ergohuman ME7ERG desk chair

    I use Dropbox to expertly keep my content in sync. Due to the amount of content I keep in there, it is well worth the $100 per year for a Dropbox Pro subscription.

    Additionally throughout the house, I have...
    3 Eeros for my Mesh Wireless Network WiFi System
    2 Apple TVs (4K), named ASH and CALL
    1 Apple TV (4th Generation), named BISHOP
    1 Apple HomePod, named DIETRICH
    1 Nest Hello Video Doorbell, named HELLO
    1 Nest Learning Thermostat, named NEST (yeah, original af, I know)
    2 WyzeCam Pans, named WYZE-Kitchen and WYZE-LivingRoom
    4 WeMo Smart Plugs, named WEMO-Foyer, WEMO-SpareBedroom, WEMO-MasterBedroom, and WEMO-LivingRoom
    1 Amazon Echo Plus, named ECHO-LivingRoom
    2 Amazon Echoes (First-Generation), named ECHO-MasterBedroom and ECHO-Kitchen
    2 Amazon Echo Dots, named DOT-Office, and DOT-SpareBedroom
    4 Google Home Minis
    1 Brother HL-L2395DW Wireless Laser Printer, named LV426
    1 PlayStation 3 Slim 120 GB, named HICKS

    I have a total of 31 IP reservations according to my Eero app. This makes it a lot easier to manage my network, set up port forwarding, etc.
u/_GoToGulag_ · 43 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

$130 - Sennheiser HD 599 SE Special Edition, Black

$130 - Sennheiser HD 4.50 Special Edition, Bluetooth Wireless Headphone with Active Noise Cancellation, Black


$541 - HKC 34'' (3440x1440p) 21:9 Ultrawide 100hz Curved Freesync VA Panel 8ms GTG Rebranded Viotek GN34C, I think it's a Samsung CF791 Panel

$870 - Samsung LC34J791WTNXZA 34" 3440x1440 100Hz QLED 21:9 VA Freesync Thunderbolt 3

$115 - ViewSonic VX2257-MHD 22 Inch 75Hz 2ms 1080p TN

$650 - Samsung 32" QLED 1440p 144Hz HDR 600 WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor Freesync 2 VA

$315 - LG 27GL650F-B 27" 144hz IPS HDR 10 Freesync

$165 - AOPEN 24HC1QR Pbidpx 23.6" 1080p 144hz 1800R Curved FreeSync 4ms VA

$320 - AOPEN 32HC1QUR Pbidpx 31.5" (2560x1440) 144Hz 1800R Curved VA 4ms Freesync Ships within 1-3 months

$260 - ViewSonic VX3276-2K-MHD 32 Inch 1440p IPS Frameless


$270 - AMD Ryzen 7 2700X

$765 - AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2950X


$200 - Toshiba X300 8TB Hard Drive 7200 RPM 128MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5 Inch

$120 - Toshiba NAS N300 4TB NAS 3.5-Inch Internal Hard Drive- SATA 6 Gb/s 7200 RPM 128MB

$315 - Toshiba NAS N300 10TB NAS 3.5-Inch Internal Hard Drive- SATA 6 Gb/s 7200 RPM 256MB

$80 - Seagate FireCuda 2TB SSHD 2.5 Inch SATA

$57/96/186 - XPG GAMMIX 256/512GB/1TB S11 Pro 3D NAND PCIe NVMe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 SSD

$106 - Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD

$107 - Crucial BX500 960GB 3D NAND SATA 2.5-Inch Internal SSD

$242 - Crucial MX500 2TB 3D NAND SATA 2.5 Inch SSD

$104 - Toshiba Canvio Advance 4TB Portable External Hard Drive USB 3.0, White

$120 - WD Elements 6TB USB 3.0 External HDD Color Black WDBWLG0060HBK-NESN

$95 - Samsung 860 EVO 500GB 2.5" SATA III SSD


$81 - Ballistix Sport LT 16GB Kit (2x8GB) DDR4 3000 MT/s (PC4-24000) CL15 SR Gray

$137 - Ballistix Elite 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR4 3600 MT/s (PC4-28800) CL16 SR Ships within 1-2 months

$73 - Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (4x4GB) DDR4 3000 CL16 Black Non-prime, ships within 1-3 months


Other Components

$110 - DEEPCOOL Castle 240 RGB Liquid CPU Cooler Non-prime

$170 - Corsair H115i 280mm RGB Platinum AIO Liquid CPU Cooler

$35 - Deepcool RF120 3-Pack 120mm RGB PWM Fans with Fan Hub and Extension Non-prime

$805 - ZOTAC Gaming GeForce RTX 2080 Twin Fan 8GB

$198 - Gigabyte Z390 AORUS PRO ATX Motherboard

$120 - Corsair RM750x 80 Plus Gold Fully Modular ATX PSU CP-9020179-NA

$170 - Corsair HX850i High Performance 80+ Platinum Fully Modular ATX PSU

$60 - Corsair Fan Controller Commander Pro CL-9011110-WW


$33 - Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse

$40 - Logitech G403 Prodigy Wired Gaming Mouse

$50 - Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB Tunable Gaming Mouse

$50 - Razer DeathAdder Elite: True 16,000 5G Optical Sensor

$64 - SteelSeries Rival 600 Gaming Mouse, 12,000 CPI TrueMove3+ Dual Optical Sensor

$55 - Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse, Graphite Ships within 1-2 months

$22 - NETGEAR 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch

$25 - HyperX Double Shot Black & White Pudding PBT Keycaps - 104 Mechanical Keycap Set for Cherry MX

$30 - Corsair mm350 Anti-Fray Cloth Gaming Mouse Pad Extended XL

$10.50 - SteelSeries QcK Gaming Surface - Medium Cloth

$23 - SteelSeries QcK Gaming Surface - Medium Hard

$135 - Razer Huntsman: Opto-Mechanical Switch

$55 - Logitech C920 Webcam HD Pro (960-000764)


$10.91 - AmazonBasics AAA High-Capacity Rechargeable Batteries (8-Pack) Pre-charged 850mAh

$12.48 - AmazonBasics AAA Rechargeable Batteries (12-Pack) 800mAh

$18.89 - AmazonBasics AA High-Capacity Rechargeable Batteries (8-Pack) Pre-charged 2400mAh

$1.49 - Oreos and other snacks :)

u/Olympiq · 3 pointsr/MvC3

I always will recommend the Logitech C92 Webcam best bang for your buck. But as long as the quality of the cam is 720P and can withstand atleast 30 FPS you'll be fine.

Headsets really don't matter, but when I have alot of people over I use my Blue Snowball... You can find one alot cheaper than that shopping around. The Yeti is the best mic I've used but super expensive... If I'm by myself I just use my turtle beaches actually.

As for my computer, I stream from the ASUS ROG Laptop. Don't worry about your specs much as long as you can get some solid RAM memory. (4GB at the absolute lowest). The bandwidth of your internet speed is what you need to worry about the most... The lowest the general public can stream at that's tolerable is about 1100 kb/s. So keep that in mind.

Feel free to ask me anytime.

u/Armsc · 2 pointsr/hometheater

I would look at this setup

Amp - Denon RCDM40DAB £200 also available from RicherSounds for the same price.

Speakers - Pick one

  1. Mordaunt Short M20 £80 Great speaker for a good price. Front mount port a plus as you can put them against the wall with no issues.

  2. Cambridge Audio SX50 £100

  3. CAMBRIDGE AUDIO SX60 £130 I like these for a bit more than the SX50 because of the front mount port.

  4. Wharfedale Diamond 9.1 £100 another great speaker with a front port design.

    Sub - If you need one that unit has a sub out on it so you can do a powered unit very easily. I would look at this Tannoy £100 or this Cambridge SX120 £150 if you want to push the budget.
u/xvilemx · 1 pointr/monsterhunterclan

That said, do it. You can get a wired USB LAN Adapter for like 10 bucks off of Amazon. I got This one, and it works perfectly. Or, you could buy the Wii U version and play in glorious HD with my favorite controller, the Wii U Pro Controller.

u/thankyoubasedjosh · 1 pointr/smashbros

I'd say look into a better capture card, look into an El Gato if you plan to stream more Smash 4 or a used HD PVR for more Melee/PM but it should do fine for Smash 4 as well. If you are looking for webcams, Logitech C920 are pretty good starter cameras and they are around 50 bucks right now (half off). That is as much as I can help, but I am also not really well versed in streaming as others are.

u/RedSky1895 · 4 pointsr/DnD

Grab a C920 or two and use Skype. You can run multiple instances easily for multiple camera angles. You may also desire an omnidirectional mic such as the Yeti for audio, but you can try a laptop built-in mic first and see if it picks up everyone at the table without noise canceling getting in the way. Of course, if the Hero 4 can be used as a webcam, then you can substitute it in place of a C920 without issue. I'm not sure how well it will work: I know the 4 is a huge improvement, but I definitely wouldn't bother with my 3 in any case.

u/MrrQuackers · 10 pointsr/pcmasterrace

It's an oldie but a goody. Logitech C920

I think it's pretty decent, records in 1080p, can use for streaming and web calls. Has a pretty decent focus ability.

But again, it's an older model, maybe there's better new versions?

u/shanecorry · 1 pointr/youtube

$62 but this is an amazing webcam, use this one for business meetings, great quality. The Logitech 310 (720p-only but $35) is good too if that one is out of your price range.

u/wtfosaurus · 1 pointr/Twitch

The c930e sounds like it would be better for what you are wanting to do, it has a wider field of view (90 degrees instead of the c920 70) and the clarity is great. It is the camera that I use and I'm a fan, although dont play tabletop games.

The mount that it has would lend well to it being flexible where you want to put it and I would suggest maybe a USB extension cable if the included cable isnt long enough.


u/AaditO · 1 pointr/buildapc

Here is a super reliable PSU. Great for the price and if you are willing to pay 7 more, get the 500W version as it will be great value. Just please don't use that junk PSU.

u/mjbvz · 2 pointsr/bouldering

Yes, that sounds about right. Here's the exact setup I used:

  • Raspberry Pi 3 Model B. Older 3s works too, but not so much the Raspberry Pi 2 for wireless streaming at least. Having an integrated wifi chip is really essential
  • A fisheye webcam. Other webcam models should also work but make sure you get one that supports mjpeg streaming and not just YUY.
  • A usb lipstick style phone battery to power the pi. Any brand should work. The phone will run out of power before the Pi does
  • iPhone 6S acting as the viewer

    Once you connect the Pi to your phone, you can actually access it by host name: http://pi.local:8080. On the phone, I use a simple webpage that duplicates the stream for each eye (the pi here has the host name pita).

    This setup is pretty flexible and has worked well enough for my purposes
u/Aldarro · 5 pointsr/LongDistance

I have the Logitech C920, which is a really excellent 1080p webcam with great low-light performance. It used to cost an arm and leg, but I see it's now below 70 USD on Amazon.

Mic quality is very good as well. It has stereo mics, one on each side (used for natural audio and noise cancellation). It's also Skype certified and is (as far as I know) one of very few that actually work with 1080p over Skype.

I can't recommend it enough, especially now that the price has dropped so much since I got it!

u/FrontpageWatch · 1 pointr/longtail

>I can understand the use of referral links and lots of people say they don't care. Nor do I honestly, except he wasn't contributing to this subreddit. He posted the exact setup 9 months (and 8 months) ago, this means he's here for the sole purpose to gain profit.
>Sure, he spent a lot of money, it's not disruptive, it's victimless, it doesn't hurt anyone and it's not a big deal. But it seems as if he's only here to earn money, he didn't even show a walkthrough of the computer build, he isn't a regular, he doesn't contribute to discussion. He posted multiple times like I've already mentioned and nothing has changed in all those posts.
>He's not here to show people his setup, he didn't even build anything. He's here to profit off us. Multiple posts of the same setup with all the affiliate links in every post, including links to something like a phone...
>Also, the problem is links like this act as infections. For approximately 24 hours (I think) after you've clicked a referral link, he will get a portion of the sale on anything you buy, so if you click a link to see the price of the something or investigate, he will earn money off everything you purchase in the next 24 hours off Amazon.
>So earlier today I came across this post.
>I thought it was a bit suspicious how he documented absolutely every part of this "build" even though it isn't a build, it's a battlestation.
>He has since removed all information from his Reddit post, presumably after I commented about the Amazon links found in the post.
>It didn't look right because he provided links to every single item in this setup. All Amazon affiliate links, for him to make money off us.
>Not so bad though, right? Well, his Reddit username is "BlackWhite01", his Imgur username is "blackandwhitebattlestation", and he's been posting this absolutely identical set up on both Imgur and Reddit multiple times for a year.
>He did not intend to show off his battlestation, or even his computer build, he intended to come here and make money off of /r/battlestation and /r/buildapc mainly, but he's posted to a lot of other subreddits as well - presumably to pay off this setup and the ridiculous chair ($1,500).
>What really pisses me off is that he's also included affiliate links to stupid products like his phone. His phone?! It's fucking /r/buildapc.
>Alright, so there's a run down of all his Imgur and Reddit post history.
>Please do not click on any of the Amazon links, I've posted all items without any affiliations below.
> Submitted Imgur albums!
Imgur Album 1.
> Imgur Album 2
Imgur Album 3
> Imgur Album 4
Imgur Album 5
> Imgur Album 6
Imgur Album 7
> Imgur Album 8
/u/BlackWhite01 - archive link: /u/BlackWhite01
> Reddit Post 1
Reddit Post 2
> Reddit Post 3
Reddit Post 4
> Reddit Post 5
Reddit Post 6
> Reddit Post 7
Reddit Post 8
> Reddit Post 9
Reddit Post 10
>* Reddit Post 11

>Below is a list of all the items found in the pictures. These links are NOT affiliate, I spent an enormous amount of time to provide you with the unaffiliated links.
>This subreddit and others shouldn't be focused on making money, it should be the exact opposite, just sharing our hobbies, enthusiasm, skills and to have open discussions without the aim being to profit.
>Screw this guy for trying to profit.
>PC Specs:
>Type | Name | Link
>Processor | Intel i7-4790k | Link
>Memory | Corsair Dominator Platinum 16GB | Link
>Storage | Samsung 850 Pro 256GB | Link
>Motherboard | ASUS ATX DDR3 1600 LGA 1150 | Link
>CPU Cooler | Corsair Hydro Series | Link
>Video Card | ASUS GTX 980 STRIX 4GB | Link
>Case | NZXT H440 | Link
>PSU | Corsair RM750 | Link
>PSU Sleeved Cables | Corsair Power Cable Kit | Link
>Type | Name | Link
>Front Intake | Noctua NF-F12 | Link
>CPU Cooler | Corsair SP120 | Link
>Rear Exhaust | Corsair AF140| Link
>Name | Link
>RGB Lights | Link
>White Lights | Link
>Type | Name | Link
>Monitors | Dell UltraSharp 23.8" | Link
>Mounts | VideoSecu Articulating Arm | Link
>Mouse | Logitech Wireless Performance Mouse | Link
>Mousepad | Zalman Accessory AMP1000 | Link
>Keyboard | Rapoo Black KX 5.8GHz | Link
>Phone | Motorola Moto X 16GB | Link
>Phone Stand | Cooler Master JAS | Link
>Speakers | Harman Kardon SoundSticks | Link
>Webcam | Logitech HD Pro Webcam | Link
>Headphones | Samsung LEVEL | Link
>Headphone Holder | Ikea Bjärnum Folding Hook | Link
>Strip for Holder | Command Mounting Refill Strips | Link
>White Videocard Backplate | Performix 11207 Plasti-Dip | Link
>RAM Light Bar | Corsair Dominator Platinum LightBar Kit | Link
>Type | Name | Link
>Desk | Euro Style Donald Desk | Link
>Chair | Embody Chair by Herman Miller | Link
>Clock | Modern Clocks | Link
>Lights | Philips 259982 | Link
>Wire Cover | Omnimount CMK | Link
>Triple Monitor Wallpapers

u/wee0x1b · 4 pointsr/raspberry_pi

Really all you need is the Raspberry Pi 3B and the recommended power supply. That all comes in a kit for $42:

The official case is very nice, and just snaps together. It's eight dollars:

The last thing you need is a Micro SD card. I use a lot of Pis at work, and have had the best luck with the Samsung cards. I use these as they're reliable and give you a lot of storage for not a lot of money:

If you want to get some for him that might spark a little hobby interest, they also sell a camera for the Pi: There are all sorts of libraries for writing software to use the camera, and if you do get the camera for him have him look up "OpenCV" to get started with programming for it.

u/Maadryx · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

Hmmm.. it seems like there doesn't exist a webcam mount meant for being under the monitor, so you may either have to DIY your own solution, or get a desk webcam like one of these(sorry if this isn't a good webcam, I just randomly picked one that looked like what I said). Good to know tho, keeping the balance between form and function is always the best idea.

u/construktz · 1 pointr/SuggestALaptop

You don't really need dedicated graphics for Civ or The Sims unless you want to play them on higher settings. I think you'd be best with the Asus Zenbook UX305UA.

If you do want those higher settings, or want to be ready for Civ 6 when it drops, the Asus Zenbook UX303UB would provide dedicated graphics and some higher specs for it.

It won't kill your budget, it's very, very high quality, has a great display, great specs, and great battery life.

What I cannot suggest is to rely on laptop cameras if you're going to be using them for professional reasons. Any laptop can boast how great their cam is, but none of them hold a candle to standalone cams. For that reason, I would suggest checking out the Logitech HD Pro C920. I have a slightly older version of it, and the video quality is superb. It beats the hell out of any webcam I've ever had in a laptop, and I frequently deal with machines in the $2000+ range.

u/boolslice · 2 pointsr/Twitch

I don't have a whole lot of experience with webcams to be honest, but I've heard really good things about the Logitech c920. Amazon has them here for $70 with Prime shipping.

Hope that helps.

u/TheBalcony · 3 pointsr/SSBPM

I think showing button presses and maybe having a "hand cam" can be super helpful to making sure what you are talking about makes sense.

This one of SSBM Tutorials older videos, but is I think a good guide line for beginning to make tech videos.

You can get a reasonable webcam for as cheap as $20 if you want some quality better than your phone or laptop cam.

u/robindies · 2 pointsr/letsplay

Everyone else is giving you good recommendations for microphone, etc, so I thought I'd just throw in that if you're looking for a good webcam, I use the Logitech HD Pro C920. It does 1080/30fps and I've been really happy with it. The settings are intuitive, it looks great, and you can clip it to your monitor or set it on a flat surface with it's folding base.

The audio is 100% TERRIBLE though so definitely get a nice sounding mic.

u/lonniebiz · 1 pointr/linux

I'm using Skype in Ubuntu Desktop 10.10 64bit edition, with at Logitech c910 web cam and it works flawlessly in Linux. Best web cam I've ever seen (plug in play; just works in Linux and the skype beta).

I think I had to check additional software sources (partner), then I was able to install skype the normal way: sudo apt-get install skype

It works flawlessly. It allows me to share either of my monitors at anytime, and the video works great. I never could get this going with Empathy, so I must commend Skype for their development.

u/BuccaneerWill · 1 pointr/learnprogramming

These are Asus VX247H-P 23.6" Full HD monitors, which run around $140 after rebate. They have inputs for VGA, DVI and HDMI, and VESA mount holes.

The mount is a modified Mount-It! desk mount for 6 monitors up to 21". I added about 11 inches to the 4 outside arms so that it will take the VS247's with sufficient clearance that I can tilt the top monitors in at about a 30 degree angle and still tilt them all down to face me. As you can see, that leaves gaps in the upper tier, which is where my speakers go.

My computer is an Asus G75VW, which has external video outpus for VGA, HDMI and DisplayPort. With a cheap VGA or HDMI adapter on the DisplayPort I can directly connect the bottom three monitors. I moved the OEM 900GB drive to the second drive bay and put a 256Gb SSD in the first. Still need to get the memory maxed out (running 8GB, which is cramped at times, but not yet so much that I've been motivated to buy more).

For the upper three monitors I added a 7 port USB 3 hub and three Plugable USB 2.0 to VGA/DVI/HDMI adapters for $40 each (there is a nicer model available now, which supports higher resolutions and speeds). Up to six of these will run on a system.

On the back I have RGB LED strip ($25) which provides nice mood lighting, and also illuminates the keyboard at night. Pardon the mess of cables. I recently rearranged the monitor cables and haven't tied everything back up neatly yet. I'll probably get that done sometime in the next year or two).

On top of the center monitor is a Logitech C920 webcam for about $70, which gives pretty decent stereo audio and video quality for calls via Google Voice and Skype. The sound quality is mostly limited by the all-hard-surfaces room I have for an office.

The USB adapters run surprisingly well. The frame rate will drop if I try to run a video at a large size, but at smaller sizes (1/6th-ish screen size) i can see no judder from lack of bandwidth. When I watch videos full screen I put them on one of the three lower monitors.

When I want to go mobile I have to unplug three monitor cables, and two USB cables (two 7 port hubs, the USB 3 hub for monitors and USB drives, and a USB 2 hub for bluetooth headset and fitbit adapter (evidently the high frequency of USB 3 tends to interfere with these low-power wireless dongles, they work much more reliably on USB 2). The speakers on the monitor stand are plugged into the back of the monitor that is connected via HDMI.

All together the monitor setup was about $1160.

u/NotAloneInMyBasement · 1 pointr/buildapcforme
It may be hard to fit an i5, as the difference in price is quite large, so it may start to stretch your budget. A higher-end CPU won't give you as much of a boost in gaming as a better GPU (which I've managed to fit into a revised list).

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | Intel Core i3-4130 3.4GHz Dual-Core Processor | $112.09 @ NCIX US
Motherboard | MSI H81I Mini ITX LGA1150 Motherboard | $66.15 @ Mwave
Memory | Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR3-1600 Memory | $73.98 @ OutletPC
Storage | Seagate Barracuda ES 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | $50.49 @ Amazon
Video Card | Gigabyte Radeon R9 280 3GB WINDFORCE Video Card | $209.99 @ NCIX US
Case | BitFenix Prodigy (Black) Mini ITX Tower Case | $69.99 @ Amazon
Power Supply | Corsair Builder 500W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply | $49.99 @ Newegg
Monitor | Acer G226HQLBbd 60Hz 21.5" Monitor | $99.00 @ Newegg
Keyboard | Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard w/Optical Mouse | $25.99 @ Amazon
Headphones | Sennheiser HD 201 Headphones | $24.95 @ Adorama
| | Total
| Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available | $782.62
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2014-08-07 16:48 EDT-0400 |
The deal that /u/Lavendar13 suggested is great, but would go over your build's budget in its current state, and could potentially require an update that you'd be unable to perform without another CPU. You mentioned video/photo-editing as something you may do, but I'm not sure of the gains an i5 would have over an i3 in that regard.

The build mock-up as it is now is very close to your maximum budget, leaving a bit of room for a cheap mic and a webcam. I'm not sure about webcam prices and such, so I don't know how well the budget would accommodate something like that.


The Logitech C270 webcam is $25 on Amazon and has a microphone built into it, it seems. I can't speak for the quality, but it seems to be alright based on the customer reviews on Amazon and the reviews given on Engadget. It'd put you over budget by $7, however (which could be accommodated for by finding alternatives for a few components).

Also, is it possible for you to use Dreamspark for an OS?
u/MissDDDivine · 1 pointr/CamGirlProblems

Having a good webcam isn't the most important element, but it helps for sure! If you go on chaturbate right now, you'll see a TON of "new models" with pretty crappy cameras but still making a ton of tokens. Ppl don't care too much about the quality of the camming, as long as it's decent to see the actions of the cam girl :)

I bought this cam on Amazon as soon as I finished my first cam session. I was on for about 30 min and made over $100 already. I made MORE than the cost of the camera which gave me more wiggle room to buy more toys and outfits. Try a different platform and if you like manyvids, push your chaturbate audience to look at your content on manyvids.

u/Snoopehpls · 1 pointr/amazon

I have a friend who lives in Korea and I would like to buy her a gift from Amazon without notifying her as a surprise. I have her address and I have selected the item I would like to buy from Amazon. Is there a way for me to select the item to be shipped to her directly? I am confused as I have never had something shipped to anywhere except the US.

For those curious, this is the item.

u/TokyoRock · 1 pointr/buildapcforme
So, you need a video capturing PC for less than $600. This PC might do the trick, although I cannot guarantee it will be able to capture the video at 1080p from the capture device and webcam at the same time.

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | Intel Core i3-4130 3.4GHz Dual-Core Processor | $119.97 @ OutletPC
Motherboard | MSI H81M-E33 Micro ATX LGA1150 Motherboard | $44.99 @ Micro Center
Memory | Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR3-1600 Memory | $74.98 @ OutletPC
Storage | Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | $54.98 @ OutletPC
Video Card | MSI Radeon R7 240 2GB Video Card | $44.99 @ Newegg
Case | Thermaltake Commander MS-I ID ATX Mid Tower Case | $19.99 @ Micro Center
Power Supply | Corsair Builder 430W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply | $19.99 @ Newegg
Wireless Network Adapter | Rosewill RNX-N150PCe 802.11b/g/n PCI-Express x1 Wi-Fi Adapter | $10.98 @ Amazon
Other| Elgato Game Capture HD| $154.99
Other| Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920| $67.99
| | Total
| Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available | $613.85

CPU: The cheapest hyper-threaded CPU for sale at the moment. Solid.

GPU: Nothing fancy. You will be able to display any video you need to edit, but don't expect to be maxing out any games with this card. Make sure to install the drivers from the AMD website, not the disc that comes with the card.

RAM: 8GB should be enough for your purposes, but if you ever find you need more, just purchase second 8GB stick.

Storage: A simple and reliable 1TB drive.

Case/MoBo/PSU: Nothing fancy by any means. Just enough to get by (although the case looks kinda cool).

Webcam: This webcam offers 1080p video along with a high-quality microphone for a cheap price. This is actually one of the most commonly used webcams for Twitch streamers.

Video Capture Device: This Elgato HDMI capture device will give you much better video than filming your TV screen. It's more expensive than some other options, but the included software is worth the cost. If you find your PC cannot handle capturing at 1080p, you could always capture at 720p instead.

Overall: If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

u/cat-gun · 1 pointr/SexWorkers

Yes, there's a market for all body types. Many sex workers are pleasantly surprised at the level of demand for their "look". However, you will likely need to hustle more and it may take you a little longer to find your audience if you don't have a classically beautiful body. CamModelMom has tips on getting started as a plus size cam model.

You can get started with just your computer's webcam or a phonecam. People have shot feature films on phone cameras.

The key to getting good video out of a phone camera is to learn to take advantage of natural lighting, and lights you already may have (such as desklamps, worklights, Christmas lights). I recommend reading about how to light / film yourself first, then decide what kind of lighting you need:

u/pinellaspete · 1 pointr/buildapcforme

I thought you were going to stream 1080p? That is only a 30fps@720p camera.

I really like Logitech products and if it were me I would buy the big brother to the camera you chose. It is 30fps@1080p.

Look here:

Then look here:,2817,2400114,00.asp

And buy it here:

Sure, I'll help you as best I can with building your friends computer's or if you have any questions when it comes time to put this one together.

Just PM me.

u/DeepFreeze180 · 2 pointsr/Darts

This $20 webcam will do the trick. Your built in camera might be good enough quality but I think you’d much prefer an external cam bc of the maneuverability.

You can start playing right away! The cam check approval is needed to enter tournaments- and yes, for that you need about 12-20 ranked games completed and then a mod needs to check it. “Ranked games” just means an equalizer or ladder match which is what most everyone plays anyway.

u/MamaTran · 28 pointsr/battlestations
Parts List & More

Case|IN WIN 101 Mid Tower High Air Flow Gaming Case w/ Tempered Glass Full Size Window (White)
CPU|Intel® Core™ Processor i7-7700K 4.20GHZ 8MB Intel Smart Cache LGA1151 (Kaby Lake)
Case Fan|3x 120mm AZZA Hurricane RGB Fans
CPU Cooler|Thermaltake Floe Riing RGB 240mm Premium Edition Liquid CPU Cooling System w/ Copper Cold Plate (2 x Standard 120MM Fans)
SSD|240GB WD Green Series SATA-III 6 SSD
HDD|Seagate 3TB 64MB Cache 7200RPM SATA III 6.0Gb/s
RAM|XPG Z1 Gaming Series 16GB DDR4-3000 Dual Channel DDR4 Kit, CL16 (2x 8GB), White
Motherboard|ASUS ROG Strix Z270E Gaming ATX w/ RGB, USB 3.1, 3 PCIe x16, 4 PCIe x1, 6 SATA3, 2 M.2 SATA/PCIe
OS|Windows 10 Home (64-bit Edition)
Power Supply|600 Watts - Standard 80 Plus Certified Power Supply - SLI/CrossFireX Ready
Video Card|GeForce® GTX 1060 3GB GDDR5
Monitor|Dell S2415h 24-Inch x 3
Monitor Stand|VIVO Single Stand & VIVO Dual Stand
Headset|Steelseries Arctis 7
Headset Stand|Avantree Universal Aluminum Desk Headphone Stand Hanger with Cable Holder
Keyboard|Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard
Mouse|Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse (White)
Webcam|Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920
Plants|Artificial Plants, Amyhomie Set of 4 Mini Fake Succulent Plants
Desk|98x1 1/8" EKBACKEN Kitchen Counter Top resting on two White ALEX Drawers. There's also two OLOV White Adjustable Legs underneath for support.
Laptop|Apple 13" MacBook Air 256GB SSD 2015 Model
Laptop Stand|Vertical Laptop Stand Holder by MOTONG
Laptop Skin|Solid State White Skin by DecalGirl
Mini Fridge|Danby DAR017A3WDB Contemporary Classic Compact All Refrigerator, White
Lamp|Studio Designs 12024 Swing Arm Lamp, 13-watt, White
Lamp Bulb|TP-Link Multicolour Smart LED Bulb
Wallpaper|Nathan Nyx on ArtStation
Wall Scrolls|Tokyo Ghoul, No Game No Life, Attack On Titan, Seven Deadly Sins
Console|Nintendo Switch - Gray Joy-Con
Console Skin|Solid State White by DecalGirl
Controller|Nintendo Switch Pro Controller
Cable Management|Reusable Velcro Cable Ties, 2 x White Cable Raceway Channels, and 2 x White Cable Box
USB Charger|RAVPower 60W 12 A 6-Port USB Charger
Router|Linksys Velop Tri-band Whole Home WiFi Mesh System 2-Pack
Trash Bin|FILUR (White)
u/DoubleDonutz · 1 pointr/buildapc

wow thanks for the help man! i'll use a 950 now and upgrade to a better gpu in future. i also never thought there would be a cheaper dell optiplex. how did you find one so cheap? maybe there's even cheaper? also are the psu, dell and 950 all compatible?

u/gotthelowdown · 3 pointsr/buildapcsales

For the Logitech C920, set up a price alert at Choose your desired price, and you'll get an email when the product drops to that price or below it.

Every few months, I get emails about the C920 dropping to $49.95. Often, it's part of a Gold Box Deal where a bunch of Logitech products are on sale.

UPDATE: It's now $49.99 for Prime members! Woot woot! "Try Prime FREE and get this item for $49.99."

u/rewardadrawer · 4 pointsr/Twitch

If you’re willing to spring for top-end, I think the Logitech BRIO is still the top-of-the-line webcam model. Nothing really beats it unless you’re willing to dig into industry or studio cameras, which are a whole different beast.

My money is on the Logitech C930e, which offers 1080P widescreen video, good audio (though I wouldn’t rely on a webcam for streaming audio anyway), and can usually be found for half the price of the BRIO or less, especially when it’s on sale (and both are). The C930e is basically the next generation of the C920, which was rightly an industry standard for years, and is still a solid webcam; but considering the C930 goes on sale and the C920 seldom does anymore, it’s worth getting better quality for a comparable price.

You don’t really need a studio-quality video camera to stream gaming content (maybe if you want to produce videos too...), and it won’t make a meaningful difference to go past a certain point, so I’d take the remaining $200+ and spring for a higher quality mic and capture card, which can make a much bigger difference.

u/Elhessar · 1 pointr/buildapc


I need a webcam and a microphone for my newly built pc.

The Logitech HD Pro C920, considered by many the best webcam, is discounted at 69€ from [] ( at the moment.

It records at 1080, and I don't think I'll ever need that resolution.

Can you recommend a good webcam (720 30fps), orientable and with a good microphone built in?

u/HoneyFoxxx · 1 pointr/DataHoarder

PSU doesnt really matter too much. For a NAS anything 450W+ just get any reputable brand (Corsair, EVGA, etc). You may may want to get an 80+ rated PSU, probably silver or better for better power efficiency.

  • cheap
  • expensive

    Same for the MOBO really, get one that suppports the CPU, duh, with enough sata ports, and ram slots, with this you can just get the cheapest one that fits the bill.

    Should be easily doable within budget as you already have most of the bits :)
u/TankLeFlame · 2 pointsr/dndnext

For a fairly cheap but still effective solution, you can try the Logitech HD C920. That's the brand we use at my job in our small meeting rooms (the tables we use are about the size of that table, if a little smaller), and it worked so well that I got one for personal use at home. Easy set-up, picks up fairly good sound quality, and is wide screen so the whole table should be able to be included.

And no, Logitech doesn't pay me to shill for them ^^^^Though ^^^^I ^^^^wouldn't ^^^^say ^^^^no, ^^^^if ^^^^they ^^^^wanted ^^^^to...

u/Iowa_Dave · 5 pointsr/3Dprinting

I've been getting great results with the Logitech C270 webcam.

If you break it out of the case you'll find there is a focus ring which allows you to manually focus and get really close to prints! The ring is glued in place but will break free with a firm twist.

I designed a quick and dirty case to hold the PCB. I was going to add a nice cover but I noticed the board runs warm, so I left it open. There are plenty of prettier solutions on Thingiverse.

u/drelloktv · 2 pointsr/Twitch

1: personally, i use a Logitech C920. It's really nice, but also overkill since you don't need to put out 1080p video from your cam to have good quality. It's on sale currently on amazon though.

2: i just started using an Audio-technica AT2020 and so far I love it. They make a usb version of it as well.

3: My green screen cost me $18 bucks for a 6' x 10' screen. I would make sure that you get a green screen made from muslin fabric.

u/tanis7x · 6 pointsr/FRC

The camera available in FIRST Choice isn't cheap in terms of FIRST Choice points, but it is very cheap if you buy it elsewhere. Amazon has it for $21.

This year, I would recommend a USB camera (cuts out one of the two cables needed for an IP camera). Pretty much any USB camera should work. Unfortunately the new control system is not yet available to the public and I haven't heard of any beta test teams trying out different cameras, so I don't think there will be any people qualified to give a recommendation.

Since the Lifecam 3000 is available in FIRST Choice, I would say it's a fairly safe bet.

EDIT: It occurred to me that you might be looking for a recommendation for using with the old control system (potentially for an offseason project). If that's the case, then all I can really recommend are the Axis cameras, as that's all I've really seen teams use.

u/Banjaxxed · 1 pointr/techsupport

How many people are in the conference room? I'd recommend something like this:
Our department has one and it works great. The conference phone capability is the big win.

u/IAmTheBADASS · 1 pointr/Cubers

If you have a gopro I would rock that. But those are super expensive. They make really good webcams nowadays however that are much cheaper and would record in better quality. This all asssumes you have good lighting where you will be recording.

For instance

u/808120 · 5 pointsr/SuggestALaptop

Can I suggest you a laptop that's cheap enough (with great performance) with an external camera? I just wouldn't rely on any built in webcam if you're that serious about it.


Here's my recommendation! Get this G50 from Lenovo for $459 and get either of these cameras, Logitech C270 ($22.95) or Logitech C930e ($89.86). I've used both webcams, both great, definitely for the price too.

u/OnyxiasLair · 2 pointsr/photography


I'm looking to record guitar videos for YouTube. I'm recording the audio via my audio interface, so the sound quality of the camera doesn't matter at all.

Ideally I'd like I camera I can control, or at the very least monitor with my computer. So I can set it up, and record takes etc with my PC.

Would I get a good step up going from a webcam like this to a $200ish camera?

If so, can you recommend one for my use?

u/photography_bot · 2 pointsr/photography

Unanswered (again) question from a previous megathread

Author /u/OnyxiasLair - (Permalink)


I'm looking to record guitar videos for YouTube. I'm recording the audio via my audio interface, so the sound quality of the camera doesn't matter at all.

Ideally I'd like I camera I can control, or at the very least monitor with my computer. So I can set it up, and record takes etc with my PC.

Would I get a good step up going from a webcam like this to a $200ish camera?

If so, can you recommend one for my use?

u/Sticbas · 1 pointr/CowChop

This looks like the webcam. I'm not 100% sure, but this one looks pretty close. They use OBS to record their webcams, but I can't make out what they're using to record gameplay. If you pause their last video that they uploaded at the very beginning, you can see their setup pretty well.

u/Pan--Dulce · 1 pointr/smashbros

This is the one I'm currently using, firsthand it's been great. Super stable and it connects very easily. I can't help you with that particular one you're eying but in general I can say they're an awesome investment.

u/blazefalcon · 0 pointsr/Twitch

I'll probably upgrade to the C920 soon, but the Logitech C270 is what I've used for years and it's never failed me. Pretty ok quality and good settings adjustment so even my garbage green screen works beautifully. If you're on a tight budget, this is a great cam.

u/aknalid · 2 pointsr/3Dprinting

Yeah, so you need to ssh into the Raspberry Pi and enable the camera via sudo raspi-config.

Although, the Raspberry Pi camera has limited support AFAIK, it is MUCH better to just use a recommended camera.

I use a Logitech C920 and it works GREAT.

P.S: The AstroPrint Forums are not sparse at all, in fact, you are much likely to get a faster response there than here ;)

u/free_mustacherides · 1 pointr/wiiu

This exactly. The WiFi is spotty at best, honestly I'm starting to hate WiFi in general. This is what I use and it works great. Hopefully you find a solution.

u/silentcovenant · 1 pointr/Twitch

There is not 'best' camera. If you want best, you can get an SLR, lol. Any HD camera will do, even 720p would be fine since you're going to be shrinking the footage anyways. Most people don't stream higher than 720p I've noticed.

The Logitech cameras are the most commonly recommended; specifically the Logitech C920

I'm sure you can find something similar for cheaper and/or more recent.

u/ViolentCrumble · 2 pointsr/3Dprinting

sure here you go -

2 ender 3's are in the pic, The left one is called Yoshi and the right one is called Ironman. (normally yoshi has all blue parts and ironman has red. but i did some swapping around last few days)

I have 2 cameras a cheap one and an expensive one. as you can imagine the expensive one gives way better time lapses. this video in particular was filmed using the logitech c922.

logitech c922 is around $75 on Amazon -

and the logitech c270 is only around $20 -

The logitech c270 does 1280x720 however only around 15fps which is fine for timelapses but i like to check on my printers using my phone over wifi and the frame rate sucks. It can handle 30fps at 640x480 if you don't mind the resolution.

However the c922 i got handles 1080p at 30fps, i run it at 1280x720 at 60fps, which means i get no delay in the image when i watch it on my phone. plus it seems to be much better at low light level and focus.

I ran led lights around the outside of the strip and it gives more of a consistent lighting. about $10 on Amazon -

Both printers have bl touch and marlin 1.1.9 and custom boot screens.

I have another video here i am still learning and practicing how i want to make the timelapses and working on some larger projects such as sanding and painting.

let me know if there is anything else you wanna know!

Edit: The camera mounts i am using:


u/ScotOfTheDay · -1 pointsr/iRacing

A lot of people are suggesting you build a pc, and I suggest you to build one too! My previous PC Build was good enough to run iRacing and, Including a BenQ monitor, cost around the £600 mark. I'll post my specs however some of the parts may be discontinued so I'll try and source similar components if they are.

Gigabyte GA-970A-UD3P

AMD (Piledriver) FX-6300 3.50GHz


Ballistix Sport 8GB (2x4GB)

500W EVGA 80+ White Rated PSU

DVD Re-Writable(For Installing Windows)

1TB Seagate Barracuda Hard Drive

BitFenix Comrade Midi Tower

BenQ 22inch Monitor

Let me know if want any of the peripherals(Keyboard/Mouse etc) aswell

Total Cost = ~£543

You might be able to find components cheaper on different websites, especially American based ones(NewEgg).

As for assembly, I followed a tutorial from popular Battlefield YouTuber, JackFrags. He uses old components but the build is more or less the same than the specs above.

You also may want to upgrade the Graphics Card, RAM or CPU. I recently upgraded the 750Ti to a 1060 3GB, FX 6300 to a FX 8350 and RAM by an extra 8GB. Remember, if you do upgrade anything like this, you will most likely need a bigger PSU.

Have fun building :P

Edit: As Raptord put, you should also think about getting a Ryzen CPU. But keep in mind, you would need to get a different motherboard as Ryzen uses an alternative socket to AM3+

u/Flintron · 1 pointr/oneplus

As with any USB-C accessories, be careful of what you buy. If you want dash charging then you can only really get the official one

However if you are looking to just get any USB C cable in order to use other chargers etc then I recommend this one

This cable is marked as safe by Benson Leung of Google. Whilst it will not give you dash charging it is pretty much safe to use with any charger

u/cellocaster · 2 pointsr/Cello


These are great webcams for the money:

If you're interested, they can be had for 25-35 bucks used on ebay! Do let me know if you decide to spring for it.

edit: I sound like a Logitech shill, but this is also pretty good, and even cheaper. (1080p resolution is by no means necessary!):

u/obviouslyaman · 6 pointsr/CybersexWorkers

Open Source Software

u/drewlinskii · 1 pointr/Twitch

In all honesty, the Cam and Mic that I use in my setup is probably the best "budget" equipment.


But to be honest, the mic isn't the best for streaming. It has a good sound for recording YouTube videos especially since you can edit the mic quality, but the mic does have a weird static background noise. It's barely audible, especially when streaming a louder game, but the mic does sound great, especially if you're just starting out (which I'm assuming you are).

Edit: Kinda forgot to mention, but I also had to buy a scissor arm.

u/Athrophia · 1 pointr/Twitch

For video I already have a HD PRO WEBCAM C920 and for audio I have a Samson Meteor Mic, but since I'll be duo streaming with a roommate, I'm not sure what I should go for.
what do you think about the SteelSeries Arctis 7 ?
I have a cherry mx red keyboard with o-rings, I'd like something that will pick up the less ambient noise possible.
I have a budget a bit above 1k € since I'll probably be able to sell my i5 4670k / Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H / 4x4 GB Corsair Vengeance 1600 MHz CAS9 / 2 x MSI R7950 Twin Frozr III for a bit.
Not sure how much I could sell this old hardware, but since ram is more expensive, and the I5 isn't bad, the 7950's could probably go around 70€ each and the MB maybe around 70€ as well, not really sure.
I also have a green screen, maybe not top quality, but with some testing it might work, I'll probably have to buy some lights as well to have a better chroma key quality.

u/tielknight · 7 pointsr/buildapcsales

Reviews are a bit meh, lots of "I got this for free in exchange for a review".

They likely aren't flat-out lying but it does skew their viewpoint as they did not have to fork out the cash for it like a regular customer and are more likely to give it a better score.

If you are looking for a good webcam for your PC look at the Logitech C920.

u/LoneKrafayis · 2 pointsr/buildapcforme

Thank You!

I have given the Logitech G502 as a gift to friends, and had them tell me about buying it for others. Having button mappings for all the games is a real time-saver when starting a new game. The shape and button placement are very good. Three flaws: not available in S/M/L sizes, right-hand only, it does not have a pinky shelf.

Two other slightly-expensive but fantastic peripherals are the Logitech C930e webcam with flip-up cover and Sony Studio Monitor headphones. These are used in real radio and recording studios and come in two main models: 50 mm fixed MDR-7510, 40 mm folding MDR-7506.

u/hahncholo · 1 pointr/DIY

Yeah, the Android app may be a reach goal, will probably just have a script.

The camera I was looking at was the Arducam 5 megapixel camera, found some sample footage here which looks like it'll be good enough for me, and cheaper than the RPi branded one. Not trying to take beautiful footage, just something to record my commute in case anything happens.

u/lwhitit · 1 pointr/ultrawidemasterrace

I don't think the Logitech 900 series webcameras are that in your face and it matches my UW setup pretty well. Granted I didn't recently move over from apple fashion tech like you but I think it's about as in your face as an imac camera. I never notice it up there unless I need it and it works really well. Here is my setup on top of my u3415w with the flip cover installed, hopefully this helps.


If that didnt help maybe a round one will work? Or a square one? Or maybe just place it below your monitor? You could always just hide it behind the monitor when not in use.

u/xFireDan5 · 2 pointsr/buildapc

Thank you, well spotted as I didn't see it had a cooler. Thanks. Yes done the ram to this and I think 400w will be ok. Update - 500w PSU for same price as the 400w.

u/wreck94 · 2 pointsr/Twitch

£28.99 is $38.57 American, and it's on Amazon US for $49.93. So yes, it would be a better deal, but only if you A) can get it, and B) don't have to pay much in taxes and shipping.

Honestly, I'd just wait for it to go on sale in the US too, and it looks like the price is trending downwards, I'd expect to have it for $40 or less by the end of the year

u/NekoGamiYuki · 1 pointr/Twitch

What are you going to use such a powerful camera for? I wouldn't see any reason for it. If you want a facecam then just use some of the MUCH less expensive webcams that still have great video quality. I believe you can use a capture card for the WiiU, from what I remember it doesn't have any HDCP to block you from recording.

A good webcam:

A good capture card:

u/thadrine · 3 pointsr/Roll20

I run the roll20 app inside of google hangouts. It does the game table, and voice chat all in one window. I have tried every chat client out there and Hangouts is by far the best now (it sucked the first few years, but it is google so it got fixed).

On another monitor I have our campaign document open, which is a GoogleDoc spreadsheet with a tab for every character and several game notes. I share all of that in a gDrive folder with the game rules and handouts.

I keep a pdf of the gamebook open on a third monitor (I only use pds anymore so that I search the text).

Then I have also started to run Roll20 on my tablet as a player so that I can make sure I see what the players are seeing.

A good microphone

And webcam

u/Wixely · 2 pointsr/PanasonicG7

It wasn't designed for that, you'd be better off with a c920. You'd get better quality, reliability and features out of that dedicated webcam for a lot less effort (face tracking, face focus, c920 does amazing low light video). But of course it's possible.

u/truedublock · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

C920 Webcam

Definitely the one of the best webcams out there, mostly positive reviews. But if you're trying to get one for 30,

This would be a decent pick. 720p cam.

u/mnthemer · 1 pointr/wiiu

I'm looking at that one or this one
I figure my link is probably "newer" technology, but that could be false. I just want to get the best one I can. Like I said, the wifi here is beyond bogus.

u/unknownhax · 1 pointr/Twitch

You mention budget, but haven't said anything about how much of a budget for a camera. That said, C920 is what most people use and recommend, as well as myself. Right now it's on sale for $50 at most places. Can't go wrong with that. It's also compatible with the iMac and Macbook.


As for the mic, if you are streaming via the PS4, you can still chat in game. However, since you're streaming via the HD60, that chat will be picked up and sent to the stream as well.

u/42datasquirrels · 1 pointr/XWingTMG

For the budget conscious. Estimated costs for this project assuming there is a computer of sufficient power is ~$281. This will give a live interface to record the sessions.

OBS Studio for the software. Refer to this page for minimum specs for the PC check youtube for tutorial videos. It can stream to Twitch, youtube, as well as record local. Plus later on you can add the cards and pilot data as an overlay.

Grab an HP C920 or your favorite webcam. You can use multiple web cams if you want a mat+dice multiview output. There are many creative ways to mount the camera above the mat.

For general audio a Jabra 510 speakerphone is fantastic and will grab all audio in a 10-13 ft radius. For commentator audio, a blue yeti is a great start.

Those three items will get you started and provide enough quality to run for a bit. You are welcome to substitute items but that is a solid package. For edit later and post a gopro is a simple reliable package.

u/SplitReality · 5 pointsr/Games

First off this is for small business. Second, you get a webcam that does hardware encoding like the Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920, 1080p Widescreen Video Calling and Recording. As for CPU usage in the reviews someone mentioned this

> The C920 does seem to use a lot less CPU than the C910. 640 by 480 on a core 2 Duo HP laptop was up to 80% CPU. With the 920C this dropped to 45% at 1280 by 920 by 30FPS.

That should work perfectly fine on a laptop like this: Inspiron 15 Non-Touch

u/MirabellaHue · 1 pointr/SellerCircleStage

Logitech is definitely the best and as /u/minxhibitionist stated the C920 is industry standard. Here is a page comparing some Logitech cams.

A few more thoughts:

The Logitech C930 has just come out with mixed reviews, however it is fully integrated with Mac. (I currently use a C920 with Mac and you have no controls just plug and play, kind of lame).

If you want to go all out go with the Logitech BCC950. This is what professional physical studios and some work at home camgirls use. It has a remote with full zoom, pan, tilt, and other useful features.

In addition you may find that you have a personal preference. For instance a lot of girls like the Logitech 9000 because they believe the coloring shows up more flattering and hides flaws even though it's actually a discontinued not even 1080p HD model.

So it's really subjective there is no cut and dry answer - whatever suits your needs!

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u/DaegenLok · 2 pointsr/starcitizen


Amazon Prime Day is coming soon. I can bet this will be on a good sale. This thing goes on sale a lot. I only use it for SC and it worked pretty well, even when FOIP was buggy. So, should work really well with the new version.

u/Parzival8910 · 1 pointr/buildapcforme
PCPartPicker Part List

CPU | AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6 GHz 6-Core Processor | $199.00 @ Amazon
Motherboard | ASRock X570M Pro4 Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard | $184.99 @ Newegg
Memory | G.Skill Ripjaws V Series 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory | $123.99 @ Newegg
Storage | Samsung 970 Evo 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive | $169.99 @ Newegg
Video Card | XFX Radeon RX 5700 XT 8 GB Video Card | $399.99 @ Newegg
Case | Cooler Master MasterBox NR400 (w/ODD) MicroATX Mid Tower Case | $64.99 @ Amazon
Power Supply | SeaSonic FOCUS Plus Gold 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply | $96.95 @ Amazon
Operating System | Microsoft Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit | $109.99 @ Newegg
Monitor | AOC C24G1 24.0" 1920x1080 144 Hz Monitor | $161.99 @ Amazon
Keyboard | Corsair K55 RGB Wired Gaming Keyboard | $49.88 @ Amazon
Mouse | Logitech G403 Prodigy Wired Optical Mouse | $34.99 @ Amazon
Custom | Elgato Game Capture HD60 S - stream, record and share your gameplay in 1080p60, superior low latency technology, USB 3.0, for PS4, Xbox One and Wii U | $149.95 @ Amazon
Custom | Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920, Widescreen Video Calling and Recording, 1080p Camera, Desktop or Laptop Webcam | $54.95 @ Amazon
Custom | Blue Microphones Yeti 1080 Blackout Yeti Blackout + Assassin's Creed | $89.99 @ Amazon
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total | $1891.64
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-08-12 17:19 EDT-0400 |

About the GPU

>Will you be overclocking?

>Idk if I should or not, I don't really know too much about it, but if recommended then sure

I wouldn't recommend it, especially given this is your first build, and you don't know much about computers.
u/Firstprime · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

This power bank is £36.99 with the current promo. Seems to be compatible with the Switch and offers a lot more functionality. It's a bit chunky if you're looking for a smaller option but it seems like much better value.

I just picked one up because I've been looking for a power bank for a while, so I'll see how it works out.

u/SharkAttackx · 1 pointr/mixer

Nah you’re all good. Just wanted to make sure you didn’t waste your time like I did ha. I’m gonna purchase this one here, in the next little bit.

In case you were curious haha.

u/GeorgeMKane · 2 pointsr/buildapcforme

Personally using this mouse, and loving it! The extra grip helps too. :)

Webcam would depend on how high you want to go in quality...

Full HD 1080p Logitech Webcam

u/FatherFestivus · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

So a USB-C power bank would charge the switch the fastest?

I had a look at the RAVpower but it's over £50, not worth it for me.

There aren't any PD Aukey power banks, but this seems ok, not very many reviews though, seems a lot less popular than the anker.

Same deal for the Lumsing.

So I'm still not sure, if I was willing to spend £50 maybe I might get the RAVpower, but considering it's only going to be use for a few journeys this year, I'm still leaning towards the safe choice, the Anker PowerCore 20100.

u/OneMadBubble · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

If you are sure the noise is coming from this area, make sure that it is not the hard drive making this noise first. You can do this by simply unplugging the power from the hard drive and see if the computer makes the noise afterwards, if it doesn't then you know what your problem is. and if it does then its most likely the power supply as it is also stored in this area. Being that its a pre-built system its quite likely going to be a cheap and nasty unit. I'd suggest replacing it with something like this if needed, although getting a nicer PSU is never a bad idea because at least you will have the peace of mind knowing its of a respectable standard.

It doesn't really matter what power supply you buy as long as it is from a reputable manufacturer (EVGA, Corsair, Be quiet etc), has an 80+ rating (which all of the previously mentioned brands units have) and has a wattage rating high enough for your system. Your PC is not particularly power demanding so a 500w unit will be more than suitable for your usage.

u/tryingtorelocate · 1 pointr/SkypeShows

General Info

  • Skype: Sexy.Chloe.Sells
  • $5/minute, 5 minute minimum up to 20 minute maximum
  • I'm available tonight until 11pm CST (-6GMT)
  • I use the Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920, 1080p
  • Do not send payment before talking to me
  • I do keep a timer on our time together, I will give you a two-minute warning before our time is up, and I will hang up when my timer goes off.

    Paymet Types

    Google Wallet||-
    SquareCash|$sexychloesells|5 free custom pics with purchase of $50+
    Amazon||+15% processing fee

    Special Requests

  • I'm currently wearing the clothes pictured.
  • I have a hitachi and bullet ready to play with.
  • If you are a no-show (I will try to contact you for the first 10 minutes of our scheduled time together) or cancel within two hours of the show, I will not issue a refund
  • We will discuss what you want before the session and if you have surprise requests during the show, they will be ignored

    Cancelation Policy

  • If you cancel with 2 hours or more before the show, we can reschedule for sometime during the next 7 days
  • If I cancel a show you can reschedule for a different time within the next 14 days. If you do not reschedule I will issue a 75% refund
  • If you finish early or leaving the show before your allotted time the remaining money is considered a tip

    Hard Limits & Favorite Fetishes

    Hard Limits|Curious About|Favorite Fetishes
    Scat (except in bathroom diary)|Age play|Humiliation
    Permanent Markings|Pet play|SPH, JOI, CEI, CBT
    Blood Play|Simulated blackmail|Public/Semi-public play
    Knife Play|Simulated incest|Forced bi
    Playing in/Drinking Urine|Mommy play|FemDomme
    Extreme Pain|Forced Intox|FinDomme
    Real Incest|-|Body worship
    Bestiality (although I will do anthro animals)|-|Roleplaying
    Playing the submissive|-|Feminization and Sissification
    Show nudity to subs|-|Edging, orgasm control/denial, and ruined orgasms

    Extra Fees

  • If your show is going to require extensive set-up (makeup, props, scripting, etc) I require a $20(+) charge. Exact prices vary depending on what you want.
  • If you want a messy show (involving food, ruining my makeup, etc) there is an additional charge of $25
  • If you wish for me to wear or use an item that I do not own, you are responsible for purchasing that item


    Do not take screenshots of or record my shows. This will result in immediate termination of your show and be being banned from working with me again.

    xoxo, /r/chloesells

u/arachnopussy · -1 pointsr/gaming

I didn't ignore the articles at all.

Again, the issue is not with the interface - and I've never claimed it doesn't do what it does.

Yet again, Einstein, the issue is your claim of superiority of this product, not with what the product offers. As far as a computer with those items, my own pc is running over half of it (1080p camera, Bluray drive, HDMI in), and what I do have is miles more powerful than what xbox one claims to offer (I burn blu-ray, capture 4 channels, recording studio level microphones, much more powerful graphics cardS, etc). But again, I have not once denied that xbox one has that hardware, but most of those things are not even the "interface" that everybody is complaining about and definately not exclusive to xbox.

And that's just my personal desk computer. Don't get me started on the systems I build for work...

Back to my actual point again: Your claim that xbox one is offering the ULTIMATE interface solution is laughable.

You (repeatedly) sound like a pothead proclaiming the superiority of White Castle cheeseburgers without ever having been to 5 Guys. Don't waste my time by arguing that the cheeseburger is ULTIMATE by trying to twist it and claim I'm denying a cheeseburger has cheese. Of course a cheeseburger has cheese. There's simply better burgers than White Castle sells.

u/pathtoFI · 2 pointsr/camming

For a webcam, this will be the best bet and is pretty much the go-to cam. It's 1080p HD and has a built-in mic.

>Is there any site that lets you cam for bitcoins ?

Not that I'm aware of. Why bitcoins? Is there a reason you want them as payment specifically, or is that just an option? Because only taking bitcoins will limit your pool of potential paying customers to those who know, understand an use bitcoins, rather than the wider population who use traditional currency.

Do you have any sites you're considering using? Or are you still working that out?

u/ChrisRK · 2 pointsr/speedrun

Logitech C920 is the go-to webcamera but it is out of your budget unless you can find a used one.

I would personally recommend the Logitech C270. I used to own it and it works great in all scenarios. I don't know anything about the C310 so I can't tell you if it's any better or worse than the C270.

u/future_foe · 1 pointr/Twitch

When I was shopping for mine, I got a lot of recommendations for this. I was surprised at the price, but pretty amazed at the results.

Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920, Widescreen Video Calling and Recording, 1080p Camera, Desktop or Laptop Webcam

u/kindlykeyin · 3 pointsr/letsplay

Nice! Thanks for sharing!

It is on sale for US folks as well: Here

I just picked it up for $49.95. I'd say that's a steal for sure!

u/hydraphoenix · 3 pointsr/wiiu

This is the one I got, works great!

Does the same job as the official one so I see no benefit in getting the Nintendo branded one. I think they stopped making it since majority uses wireless, and there's ton of compatible third party adapters. Plus you can use this on a laptop or various other devices.

u/klobersaurus · 2 pointsr/UFOs

you should link it to a live ADS-B receiver. optically track all objects in the sky, but then flag and record those that do not broadcast an ADS-B signal.

also, i think you should use a fisheye to scan the whole sky ( and then use a high res, high zoom camera ( on identified targets.

all this would require some basic machine vision and some linear algebra, but it's doable and would make for a great project!

u/nolageek · 2 pointsr/obs

Honestly I think the more reliable, best looking option would be to get a couple of cheap Logitech 270s along with the macbook cam as the primary.

Two of these are cheaper than the $44 manycam license:

And you could probably resell/return one or both of them when you're done and get some of the money back.

You may want to get other opinions though, since I'm not super familiar with Macs and using multiple cams like this.

u/lazytiger21 · 0 pointsr/sysadmin

Depending on the size of the conference room and what other licensing/teleconference stuff you already own, I would say use Skype/GoToMeeting/WebEx and then something like this with either their own laptop or a dedicated desktop for the room:

The picture quality on this is great and the speaker is pretty solid. It also allows for an external mic-in and speakers out via headphone jack, which probably shouldn't be needed.

u/Waitwhatwtf · 1 pointr/WebVR

It says directly in the sentence that the first model was built from commodity video components.

I even found the cameras you used in the prototype with a 5 second Google search.

There's not even much deviation from the initial prototype's form factor. It's most likely a 3d printed case.

What happens when the user turns their head with your software? A static perspective with head motion is going to make most people blow chunks.

> I encourage you to try it out and record a demo video out of it.

It's an interesting concept, I'll probably build something myself and improve upon it.