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Thankyou Everyone Who Watches My Videos, You Rock =^_^=
I Just Started Learning How to Use a New Video Editing Software: "(CyberLink PowerDirector 11 (64-bit)" , This Allowed me to Edit the Videos Much Faster Using: "Intel Quick Sync Technology", Which Cut my Video editing time in 2/3rd! It also Cut down my File size, so before a 24min edited video was 4-6GB,- now the file size is only 2-3GB, so that means it takes me Less Time to Upload a Video too YouTube!
So please everyone Bare with me, I will Have Some New Channel Updates Later With a New Update video! So Please View My YouTube Channel Feed. I Like Too Post New Information/ Comment's in my YouTube Channel Feed.
I kept making alot of Driver mistakes/errors on some of these races. I was trying too drive alittle faster then I normally drive.
The trick to driving faster/becoming a better racer in dirt 2, Is too actually drive slower. What I mean is: instead of braking late in a tight corner try letting off the gas pedal early.
I Noticed If I brake Too late & Brake too hard sometimes- My Brakes will lock up, & I Can't Turn, Practice makes Perfect as I like to Say!
I'm Crazy. It says,- on Steam I Played "Dirt 2" over 1005 Hours(multiplayer), I Love Dirt 2 & racedriver Grid 1, I Can't Stop Playing them. =^_^=
Game In video: Dirt 2
Game Mode: Jam Session, Rallyx Cars & Custom Tracks
Session Settings: Allow Custom Car Setting
Graphic settings: Ultra/Max
PC Specs used--in this Video ^|^
CPU: Intel core I7 2600k @ 4.8ghz 1.430v Vcore (Sandybridge) (hyper-threading enabled)
Motherboard: Asus maximus iv extreme-z z68
Memory:16GB Corsair Vengeance 1600mhz 9-9-9-24 @1.55v (CMZ16GX3M4A1600C9)
Videocard: 1x 2GB EVGA GeForce GTX 670 FTW (02G-P4-2678-KR)
Monitor: 24inch Samsung T240HD 5ms response time 1920x1200
Powersupply: Corsair GS800 V2(800 Watt)
HDD: 2x 50GB OCZ Vertex 2 SSD (In Raid 0) + 1x 1TB Westerndigital Black
Driver#: Nvidia 306.97
EVGA 670GTX FTW Clocks in This Video(STOCK)
Average Boost Clock Speed in Demanding games: 1189mhz
I used a Program called: "Bandicam.(v184.108.40.206) too record game-play footage & recorded the screen!
The 1920x1200 resolution Video(Raw Video Footage) was then re-encoded/edited using: "CyberLink PowerDirector 11 64-bit v220.127.116.115 Power Director Ultra",- into MPEG-4 1920x1080/30p 1080P format.