Some circumstances beyond his control are preventing him from making the thread himself, but he at least was able to keep true to his promise and set the album to be released today! Go buy it and share it with everyone you know, 'cause it's brilliant:
I'm a small-time Let's Player though I haven't released anything new in a couple months or so. So far I've mostly done classic RPGs like the SNES Final Fantasy games and Chrono Trigger, though I've also done the early Zeldas and some 2D platformers. I take a walkthrough approach to the RPGs, explaining the mechanics of the system and any battle strategies I know of for specific situations, etc. I also usually read dialogue and give the characters voices, admittedly to varying degrees of success, though I have gotten positive comments for it from time to time.
I have some playlists linked in my signature but if anyone's interested in checking out my channel, the link is right here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1Ek_bkrHSNhwS96nTVlX5Q
Thanks man! I have a LED lamp that I am using for lighting. I didn't realize it when I got it, but it is a super bright white. As dumb as it sounds, I've been taping some paper over it like a rigged up light filter. I tried yellow paper first and now I'm using white. Plus, I had it in different positions around my desk, trying to figure out where is the best place to put it without blinding myself. I think I finally found a decent spot for it now. I found a few random ones scattered around the net, but nothing that really explains all of the features and how to use them. Everything is trial and error at the moment. If you do find something, let me know.
Late again, what's good?
Your gameplays seem fine, no glaring issues. No worries if the face cam rate doesn't match game rate: if you followed the resample advice, you won't have any blurring between frames, and things won't look noticeably jaggy as long as any source is at least around 30fps. Cams are tricky, though: some may say they record at 30, but actually record at 15 and then just double the frames... not cool.
One thing about your face camming that I've noticed is the wide variation in color and lighting in each vid, which is natural considering you're recording indoors from, I suppose, a living room or bedroom, but they could use more quality and consistency. Proper lighting wherever you can, and/or good color correction wherever you can't, will work wonders, but that's outside the scope of the advice I can offer right now; I can't claim to be an expert on it at any rate, but know that Vegas has many great tools for color correction, including Color Corrector and White Balance. I'm sure there are good tutorials out there for it; maybe I can link something later.