That was really interesting. Some serious amount of flips and switches that goes on I see :D
Great stuff, I'd like to see the Green Screen and Kinect setups and how that all works. Do LED lights run hot? I wonder if the studio lights could be changed to them. Would also like to know how often someone trips over a cable, props to Drew for moving all over while toting a camera.
@Duffyside said:Content Review.This content has Vinny in it.5/5Well, its fucking true...
Content Review.This content has Vinny in it.5/5
This content has Vinny in it.
Well, its fucking true...
+ Drew. 8/5.
Thanks guys, its nice to see what all the hours have been put in to. Looks like the investment paid off. A very slick operation. I'm impressed that its manageable by a single person.
@Evilsbane said:@Duffyside said:Content Review.This content has Vinny in it.5/5Well, its fucking true...+ Drew. 8/5.
I believe when it includes both you multiply the two scores that each individual would have gotten and put the result over 5.
Vinny and Drew: 40/5
And now we know why all live streams start late. Great video guys, always a real treat to see how stuff like this is done.
This stuff is great, thanks for doing it. I do production for live webcasts and you guys have a really nice setup, so many fun toys.
This convinced me to buy a $400 prime lens for my camera goddamit
haha, idiot. ( just kidding ! :p )
Glad to hear that Vinny doesn't like Sennheusers. I just worked with a bunch of them and they were crap.
Goddamn I love mixing audio.
I said this before and I'll say it again. I love it when they do videos like this.
What is the name of the song at ~20:30?
Vinny / Drew - this was awesome. please make more vids like this, as a producer as well it was fantastic to see!
I agree! Please, more videos like these!
So many buttons, switches, LEDs, monitors, cameras, cables, lights...
My head hurts.
@Vinny@drewbert How do you deal with audio/video sync with all those routings between devices? This is a great video! I hope you'll do more of those technical behind-the-scenes looks :)
This is all very, very cool. Great job Vinny and Drew!
@Vinny@drewbert I know this is extremely late, but I only got around to watching this today. This might be one of the best features you guys have ever done. I don't usually call out the staff with these tags, but I wanted to thank you guys directly for taking the time to shoot it and to archive it. You both do a heck of a job, and you have much more technical know-how than I think you'd like to admit --- if this video was any indication, anyway. Keep up the good work.
Really interesting video, I had no idea Vinny and Drew had to have all of that equipment running for a TNT.
Also, would it be possible for someone to make a gif. of the stuff Jeff does at 40:19 onwards to his angry face, it was amazing lol.
Thanks for the behind-the-scenes look! I really enjoyed it.
This was awesome. I'm glad they finally got around to showing this stuff off. I'd love to see more in-depth ones in the future.
Also, that Brad transition is great!
So much stuff to remember and I've already forgot half of it. :(
Really interesting though! Thanks for the insight into TNT
Awesome video. Really interesting to see how you guys do your thing.
Hey Vinny and Drew, this was awesome, thanks for taking the time to walk us through it, would love to see more.
Vinny and Drew, the Batman and Robin of video production. Was a very interesting look at how much it takes to film all the Giant Bomb stuff. More features like this, please!
A decent Behringer mix? I didn't think those exist! I've been burnt so many times by their 6 and 8 channel mixers.
Oh man, serious gear envy after seeing y'all's whole setup. I think I do alright juggling TV and receiver inputs, but I could improve it a bunch; USB over Ethernet seems like magic, and probably a good way of cleaning up a lot of my cable mess. I wonder if it ever breaks, and what else you could send down it with a dongle.
Regardless, I will voraciously consume any and all production-related content you can put out; I'd love to see a sequel focusing on the Folsom or the Quick Look room.
It'd be great to see one of the 'how to make a..." for the bombcast. I have no idea how you can make a 3 hour podcast without making life hell in post.
This was awesome. Really fascinating and a lot of fun. Well done Vinny and Drew!
That was really really cool. Keep doing these I will watch everyone of them.
Thank you so much for doing this! I found it fascinating, and now have a greater appreciation for how hard you guys work to bring us great content.
look out will and norm, Vinny And Drews Tested is coming!
That was so cool and interesting to see. Stuff like this is what sets GB apart.. Thanks guys!
I love videos like this. I loved the photoshop ones from last years GOTY stuff.
Is it rude to ask how much this entire setup cost?
Drew's love of complex flight sims and giant manuals makes much more sense now!
Just shows how talented the production guys are. Keep it up guys!
Holy crap thats a lot of equipment.
Shit, that's a lot more complicated than I imagined. You guys work hard.
@drewbert Any word if you guys are gonna do another one of these ?
Super cool video! So interesting to see what's going on behind the scenes and how everything is controlled. More of these videos please...
I want Vinny's job. I can do it.
lovin' it, thanks guys!
@coldblood: But then he'd have to leave!
Man, I would kill for one of those hardware compressors. Their audio setup (for what they are doing) is rad. The video stuff is impressive, but mostly went over my head.
Super interesting stuff... you guys are awesome!
Vinny explaining a prime lens made me so happy. Please do more of these videos. It's production nerd porn.
I look at the back of my computer and think it's just a mess of wires. It's practically wireless compared to everything these guys are running.
Really love this video. I have watched it three times now. Please make more!