Originally Posted by bd2003
I know online video covers up a lot of flaws, but this is a huge leap forward.
actually, online videos usually make games look worse as they're video recordings with compression, framerate changes, etc.
with actual gameplay, it's rendered on the fly.
I really hate Youtube because of all the bandwidth restrictions. The free accounts suck because you're at the mercy of the crappy Youtube transcoder which degrades all my videos. Plus, you can't show off 60 fps games because Youtube restricts videos to 30 fps. so it makes your 60 fps games look jerky.
I'd switch to something like Vimeo but Vimeo forbids gameplay videos. Vimeo is less compression heavy than Youtube. But even then, I think Vimeo also caps at 30 fps.