LOLMAN505, give me just a bit of time to do this with all the consent from Wikia Admin's ... so we can move foward with the interactive part of Wikia and won't need to change everything in a month our less.
Super Attack videos is going to be a go but as a trial. If the wikia pages starts to get a bit "slow", we'll have to rethink about this. On the description of the video, is going to be the direct link to the card on Wikia.
JP videos will only be substituted if there's any difference on the animation with GLB.
We'll start adding the Wikia logo on the videos.
Tactics videos is still on the table (didn't get the clear yes yet) but F2P videos is a go too.
Well to be honest, I don't a layout to do the videos ... I have to create a new arrangement everytime I do a video.
I use 2 methods (It depends of my time to do the videos):
- I put the card picture in one side, video on the middle, table with the stats on the other side and the rest depends on what it's avaiable at the time. Then I use OBS Studio (Free ware) to record the screen and the video is do.
- The second methods is not a Free ware, I don't recomend it, but sometimes I really need the program. It's with Filmora. First I record the screen and then, in Filmora, I'll cut the video and add the rest of the images.
Sorry for taking so long to answer!
At the end, I'll be using the next image
You can add it or not, it's up to you! No pressure!
XC (Can I call you like this??) what's your system?
Well guys, for android, you have this methods:
Shearch for app's from the brand of your phone, that can mirror screen with a cable (like PC Link for Asus our the in-built app of Samsung). Normaly, they give the best resolution cause if specifice for your cell. If you don't have this solution, you can download an app that can do something similar to this. You'll have app's that can streams your game play to a program installed in your computer (normaly, the resolution changes a lot because of the velocity of your wireless) or app's that can record your screen directly in your cell (the quality here dependes on your CPU/RAM/ROM cellphone setup).
Some app's that you should give a look:
Vysor Have some bucks to spare? You can buy chormecast, connect it to your laptop and you'll have a mirror screen working in no time. People say that the quality is amazing.