I started up a Youtube channel to connect to my Twitch channel. The Youtube channel is called GoCorralTV.
I’m also in the process of setting up a Facebook page for GoCorral. With that done I’ll have a unified presence for the website across multiple different sites.
I’ve also been toying with the idea of renaming my game and forum accounts to GoCorral. I think I’ll wait on that. If I get a ton more viewers it will make sense just to reduce confusion, but right now it would just cause confusion amongst my friends instead of removing it for other viewers/readers.
Back to that Youtube channel though.
I haven’t made it look pretty and amazing yet, but I did link it to my Twitch channel.
The link allows me to move the highlights that I create on Twitch over to the Youtube channel.
Twitch allows you to create highlights from saved broadcasts.
I’d thought I was saving my broadcasts, but apparently I was mistaken. My first two are now gone from Twitch.
I still have the recordings saved on my computer, but there’s no way to reupload them to Twitch.
Highlights are sections taken from a broadcast and turned into their own video. They’re meant to show off a cool play that you made.
I made one from each of the saved broadcasts I have up so far. One is a cool play and the other is a game where my cat sat on my lap looking cute while I played.
I showed the highlights to my wife this morning and she confirmed my suspicions that the audio quality is bad.
My headset mic broke a few months ago. The earpieces work fine and I still have a mic on my video camera for talking to my friends. The mic isn’t that great for recordings where I’m not directly interacting with people.
I’m going to do two things to fix this.
#1 Get a new headset. I ordered one this morning.
#2 Enunciate my words better. I have acting experience from high school. I should better at this!
So if you wanted to check out that Youtube channel you can go to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0KcigNbusgIY231nDigo1A to take a look.
Thanks for reading!