Cat videos are always popular, right?

I’m not really counting this as a second vlog as it was originally just me testing out my new mic arm — yes I’ve already replaced the mic arm I’m using — as well as verifying that I’ve figured out how to get Windows 10’s camera app to ignore my webcam mic in favor of the Blue Yeti mic, but then cats happened. There’s really nothing else to this video. It’s just 4 minutes of Cuddles living up to his name.

I’m quite pleased that I’ve been able to get the Blue Yeti to work with the Windows camera app as this allows me to capture video at full 1080p at 30 frames per second directly to my PC instead of having to live stream through Google Hangouts. This also means that should I ever find video editing software that I can figure out and that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg that I could edit them before publishing.

It may take me a bit, but I’ll figure this shit out sooner or later.

5 thoughts on “Cat videos are always popular, right?

  1. For editing software, you may want to give HitFilm Express a look. It’s free, so I’m thinking it may be in your price range. It’s also a 3D editor, if you ever want to play with that.

    As for videos, I have four words: Talk Time With Cuddles!

    Really, you’d be famous.

  2. Thanks B. I’ve looked at HitFilm’s tutorials on YouTube and it may be way more advanced than I’m capable of at the moment. Then again, so is Lightworks which I just installed and haven’t a clue how to use. 🙂

  3. As for Talk Time with Cuddles, that happens every morning when I get out of the shower. He fills me in on all the stuff he’s been up to during the night.

  4. I suppose you might supply a “Translation” of the cat’s dialogue, the concept was amusing in “A Boy And His Dog”… and the cats won’t suspect a thing.

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