The last video (Getting HD out of your PAL GameCube) actually took an entire month to produce. A lot of that time was spent optimising my workflows for future videos, so I thought I might share some insights on how I typically edit and produce videos.
This video was recorded in the format of a live stream with 4 continuous video feeds recorded simultaneously, unscripted with no retakes. Take a look for yourself in the video below:
For those interested, the editing software is denoted in the video description.
A new version of the Duel 95 Theme was recorded back in 2016, you may have heard it play in some live streams between 2016-2017. In addition to that, there was also a Bass Cover produced of that song the same year which may have seemed odd seeing how there was no video of the actual song.
Anyway without further adieu, here is the new version:
If you’re interested in listening to the old 2011 version or want to listen to the bass cover, check out liamgouldy’s YouTube channel.
A complete guide to the Cave of Shadows! This video also briefly explains some of the similarities and differences the HD version has to the original for those who are on the fence about the game.
The video details the enemies on every floor with potential strategies for defeating them. A showcase of the compatible amiibo is also briefly shown at the start of the video with information regarding their functionality. The video goes for about 14 minutes and covers everything you need to know about the Cave of Shadows. If you would like to see the entire live stream, you may find it here.
If you prefer not to watch a video for this content, we have provided a written guide that you can print. Download Guide (PDF).
Want to play and record video games at the same time to your computer? With this and an analog capture card, you can! Simply plug in your video game console into the input, your TV into the output, the capture out into capture card, and the 3.5mm audio out into your sound card and you’re all set! This model also has an S-Video passthrough so you can record a clearer video while still playing in composite. Router uses passive electronics, so you can use any video format (PAL/NTSC/SECAM) as long as your video hardware supports it. General formats include: 480i (NTSC) and 576i (PAL).
Microsoft Xbox/Xbox 360
SEGA Mega Drive/MDII/32X/Saturn/Dreamcast
Dimensions (L x W x H): 70mm x 90mm x 27mm
Translucent (clear) case
CVBS RCA Input x1
Stereo RCA Input x2
CVBS RCA Output x2
3.5mm stereo jack (output) x1
S-Video port x2
Designed, hand-made and tested for quality assurance by the engineers at Duel 95.
I am also happy to announce that this site now uses 256-bit SSL encryption (HTTPS) for a majority of data connections now. SSL encrypts the data sent between the web server and the users, making it very difficult for devices in-between to intercept. The encryption is also valid in our project sites and online store, so you can now shop with confidence knowing your information is secure.
I’d just like to wish you all a Happy New Year! Looking back we had some good moments on YouTube and Twitch with a series of Gmod videos, Glorious GameCube, 2DS video capture, Pokémon and even Minecraft made a comeback with the Prismarine Realms server.
Let’s make this year even better. Hopefully bringing new approaches to video creation which means quality over quantity, it may take time but I will find a way to make it happen!
So we finally have an updated News and Updates system that doesn’t require manually editing HTML files, although the initial duel95.com had Tumblr. and Twitter feeds, so updating news will be much easier with support for collaboration. This also includes the release of a new weekly technology podcast which will be available shortly. I will note that there have actually been various unannounced updates made on the site since 24/02/13, so the website is still active but will become much more active this year in comparison.