Betcha didn't think you'd see this thread bumped.
I want to hear you giggleSide note - It feels really weird doing the cutesy poses for the thumbnails to these videos. It's one thing to pose models in MMD... it's another thing entirely to have to strike the pose yourself. Kinda makes me feel like I'm cosplaying in drag and putting a liiiiiittle too much effort into it.
FOREVER ROBBED!!And now @Kags got robbed of a perfect full combo on hard mode because it thought she cut one block near the beginning with the wrong saber.
I'm getting better at the model conversions and the dynamic bone setup. Wrists are starting to be less awkward, hair now moves, and skirts are starting to respect legs as physical boundaries (though crouching is still problematic).
After you finally finish that new Oculus-worthy computer you're building, you can repurpose your current one to handle the video streaming and recording.OBS wasn't actually recording.
So I had to perfect combo it AGAIN.
OBS didn't capture the audio from the headset.
So I had to do it AGAIN.
Would not have helped in this instance. The first time, it was just me being a dumbass and forgetting to click buttons. Second time, it was a recurring issue where often the rift headset acts like it's been unplugged then immediately plugged back in again, which deletes its audio devices in the list then creates new ones, and OBS isn't smart enough to self-update when that happens.After you finally finish that new Oculus-worthy computer you're building, you can repurpose your current one to handle the video streaming and recording.
Song audio. Ironically it DID catch my mic input, so all that was in the audio was "HUFF HUFF HUFF PANT DAMMIT WHEEZE HUFF HUFF GOD DAMMIT"So...do you just need to get a Shure lapel mic to go with your kit and point OBS at that? Or do you mean the song audio?