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  1. (I've performed the obligatory 10-minute search using KSP Forum Search... ) If anyone has made a tutorial on video capture for KSP, I'd surely love a pointer to it. I generally operate on Linux but I've switched for the moment because I don't think VLC captures audio on Linux (very easily). I'm actually quite close now to Total Success (and have the bruises on my forehead to show), but reading a tute by an expert would be great. (I've seen so many magnificent KSP videos!) And a very specific question: didn't we use to be able to switch in and out of full-screen mode in KSP in a (much) earlier version? I could be wrong about that. In order to get VLC to lock on to KSP, KSP needs to be already up and running and NOT minimized. That means it can't be full screen at the point you wish to trigger VLC. That means you have to go right out to the first menu Settings to fool with it. I can live with this but not if everyone else is using a better way and I can hear the snickering... Is there anyway to unbind the F11 key? (Edit a config file?) I'll listen to other suggestions but I prefer VLC because it seems to produce the smallest video output (file size), although I recall that was as an AVI and I'm not having luck with that at the moment. Any assistance will be wildly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  2. Tell me some music that would be good for being in KSP videos. It can be cinematic, space-themed, or anything else that suits being in a video. Make sure to say the artist along with the title.
  3. the story starts yesterday, when one @AccidentalColonies told me to make an interplanetary missile on discord since I just got a new computer. This video is the end result. I didn’t think I was going to make it into a forum thread then so unfortunately it’s just the crash, but I was hoping people would like it if I posted it here. I also guess it’s a rocket SSTO now. wowowow
  4. I propose challenge: to get a gold medal in the game Flappy Bird. Everything you need can be downloaded from the link in description.
  5. Please, leave the like and commentaries on YouTube. Thank you. Download in description
  6. I've recently posted two videos to YouTube now. I think they're pretty good myself, but they're not without flaws. For one thing, twenty to thirty minutes long. I think the problem is that I want to add all the shots into the video that I've made. In the second one, I condensed each shot in an effort to try to shorten the video, though the problem is that I repeatedly put very similar scenes (e.g. the space tug reentering the atmosphere and landing) into it, still making it too long for a normal video. You can watch the videos here and give me some constructive criticism and advice so I can note it down for future videos.
  7. Tutorial covers the basics of the UI, how the timeline works, as well as examples & tips to make things far easier to work with. Breaking Ground - Robotics Tutorial on Youtube
  8. It's all in the title already, so.... My top contenders are DaVinci Resolve 17, Shotcut and OpenShot. I want to record KSP videos, and I need a good editing software. What are the KSP community's recommendations? Note that I don't have a desktop. I am on laptop. Thanks!
  9. Music:-On the Beach at Night (OST Starbound)-Planetarium (OST Starbound) KSP Version: 1.8.1 DLC: Breaking Ground, Making History Download: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/13ovH28AFzN0n4Ew2dLqIsbJz2MYQg8wV?usp=sharing https://youtu.be/iiDYd3AJh0A
  10. KSP HORIZON es una serie sobre la exploración espacial, basada en el juego Kerbal Space Program; los kerbonautas del KSP, a las órdenes de Jebediah Kerman, buscarán nuevos horizontes mientras exploran el sistema de Kerbol. Más información en Universo Horizon TEMPORADA 1 - APRENDER A VOLAR KSP Horizon - Episodio 1 - Test de vuelo: En el primer episodio de KSP Horizon, Jebediah y su hermano Aaron ponen en marcha el Kerbal Space Center, y comienzan las pruebas con aviones, mientras se preparan para ir al espacio. KSP Horizon - Episodio 2 - Cita bajo el cielo: Continúan las pruebas con aviones, y se realizan los primeros lanzamientos suborbitales, al mismo tiempo que comienza una historia de amor. KSP Horizon - Episodio 3 - Ella es especial: El KSC decide colocar una estación de comunicaciones en lo alto de las montañas del oeste. Jeb es el encargado de llevarla hasta la cima. KSP Horizon - Episodio 4 - Volando sin S.A.S.: Es el momento de establecer una red de satélites de comunicaciones alrededor de Kerbin: la red KSAT. Mientras se lleva a cabo el lanzamiento de los satélites SAT-K, Val es enviada en secreto a una importante misión. KSP Horizon - Episodio 5 - Fuego Purificador: En el centro de investigación, Halberry hace un importante descubrimiento, mientras Jeb se enfrenta por fin al GPK. KSP Horizon - Episodio 6 - Orbiter 1: Mientras el KSC trabaja en el despliegue de una nueva estación de comunicaciones en el sur de Nora, un evento inesperado podría causar el fin de la carrera espacial. KSP Horizon - Episodio 7 - Nortika: La Señal de Halberry guiará a Jeb hacia un gran descubrimiento. KSP Horizon - Episodio 8 - Las Pirámides: Un descubrimiento llevado a cabo por Bob hará que Jeb envíe una expedición al desierto de Antika. KSP Horizon - Episodio 9 - Puesta en marcha: Parece que existe relación entre el artefacto encontrado por Jeb en Nortika y las pirámides de Antika, así que Jeb se une a la expedición en el desierto para descubrir qué secreto esconde la Gran Pirámide. KSP Horizon - Episodio 10 - El primer kerbonauta: A Jebediah se le acumulan los problemas: Alguien está filtrando información desde el KSC, el presidente de Nora está enfadado, y el enigma de las pirámides cada vez tiene más interrogantes, pero nada impedirá al KSC poner un kerbal en órbita. Lista de reproducción - Temporada 1 - Aprender a volar (Episodios 1-10) TEMPORADA 2 - SEGUIREMOS SUBIENDO KSP Horizon - Episodio 11 - El Show Debe Continuar: A pesar de lo ocurrido, la exploración especial es una prioridad. El KSC debe seguir investigando el monolito y luchando por seguir llegando cada vez más alto. KSP Horizon - Episodio 12 - El Monolito: Tras un tiempo retirado en su isla, Jeb se verá obligado a volver al KSC debido a un evento inesperado. Próximamente: KSP Horizon - Episodio 13 - Debo reunir a mi equipo: Para resolver el problema de Valentina, Jeb necesitará toda la ayuda posible, así que intenta reunir de nuevo a su equipo de confianza.
  11. 3 years ago (2013), KSC sent 9 explorers to Jool to land on all 4 muns. Turns out there were 5 of them, and one of those brave explorers got stuck on the one I forgot about. This is the story of his rescue. Note: This started off as a video mission report, but after reading all of Kuzzter's Kerbfleet narratives, I was inspired to turn my mission report into more of a story with characters. So I interspersed my actual game play with clips from the actual savegame (KSP 0.235) along with "on-set" stuff in the current version of the game, using Camera Tools and Texture Replacer. So forgive the appearance of the GUI, as this wasn't suppose to be "cinematic" originally. I tried to make it as amusing as I can. Hope you guys appreciate my nerdy humor.
  12. Kerbal Space Program Communty Rewind 2018 An unofficial representation of the modding community. I wanted to make a KSP video about some of the mods we've been playing this past year. Mods that changed the way we think, play and mods that will forever be in our GameData folder no matter what KSP version. I wanted to make a video to appreciate the modding community by making something that truly represents what we as modders can bring to a world full of little green men and women. I've asked your opinion! I wanted to know what your #1 mod is and why. So by the end of the year I had a video that represented the modding community. Because without them, KSP is not the same.
  13. New video from the official KSP youtube channel. There is a lot of awesome looking stuff in here, so I'll leave others to do the forensic analysis:
  14. The launch of a new aircraft from Kestrel, this time a seaplane! More video to come soon...
  15. 3 months in the making, I present to you my masterpiece. Hope you enjoy and thanks for stopping by! (YT really doesn't like dark scenes btw)
  16. Stock Glider Catalogue Although KSP lacks wind and thermals, or indeed any means to actually maintain altitude in a glider without self-propelling, I have still found a tremendous amount of fun in building "sailplanes", aircraft with very low stall speeds and very good glide ratios. I think there's a lot of fun to be had in throwing them off cliffs and seeing how far it's possible to go, or what dangerous aerobatics you can perform. Thus, I present the Greenhayes Aircraft Glider Catalogue: four different sailplanes, each with their own handling characteristics and visual appeal. General Advice As a rule of thumb, the best fun can be had when you launch your gliders off a large hill or mountain. A good starting point is the mountain range east of the Kerbal Space Centre - you can use the new "Set Position" cheat to place your craft on the perfect peak. All of the gliders in the catalogue come equipped with three glide extension rockets (or a reusable self-sustaining rocket on the "Stork"), mapped to the space bar. These are to be used at your leisure - to gain speed before maneuvering, or to gain a little bit of altitude and go further, or even to take off from level ground - the choice is yours. An important difference that the gliders show from normal KSP aircraft is their tandem landing gear - they will rest with one wingtip on the ground before takeoff. Thus, it is very important to keep the wings level on takeoff and landing, to avoid any crashes. Remember to start trying to level out as soon as your aircraft begins to move! Greenhayes Model 16 "Cumulus" The Cumulus is a fairly docile, easy-to-handle two-seater with three pairs of Glide Extension RocketsTM strapped to the side, so that you can get yourself out of a pickle, or self-launch in a hurry. Recommended for beginners and for long, calm flights. The wheels don't retract on this one - no need to remember to put the gear down. Greenhayes Model 33 "Vulture" y The Vulture is a single-seat, tailless glider with excellent acrobatic potential - it is highly maneuverable on the pitch axis, and will flip around quite easily due to its wing configuration. It is Be gentle on takeoff and particularly landing, as the fragile fuselage is easily damaged. Not recommended for beginners, but good fun in experienced hands. Greenhayes Model 05 "Seagull" The Seagull is one of the first gliders built at Greenhayes, and its handling reflects its age - very stable, with a good glide ratio and a low top speed. The rudder on this glider is particularly powerful - use it in your aerobatics, or to keep your turns coordinated. Greenhayes Model 15 "Stork" The Stork is a durable, high-performance single-seat sailplane which can be put to just about any use the pilot wants. This is the only glider of the catalogue to feature permanent self-launch engines and flaps, allowing experienced pilots to control their approach speed and angle. Flaps are mapped to Action Group 1. Download link for all four gliders: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/10FbzVH22yt68R8dIGcphNB6VCL_8YvcM?usp=sharing
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