I use Nvidia Shadowplay for recording, Adobe Premiere Pro for editing, and Audacity for sound editing. A lot of my older videos were made with Sony Vegas Pro. YouTube thumbnails are made in Photoshop.
- I worked for MasterClass obtaining footage for their Will Wright class on Game Design & Theory. I followed very specific requests for creating footage from over two dozens games highlighting the concepts discussed by Mr. Wright. I also served as an advisor, suggesting potential games for demonstrating concepts when the production crew was less familiar with that genre. I worked with Adobe Premiere Pro for editing, Shadowplay for recording, and often used Photoshop to tweak scenes so they looked perfect.
- The Daily SPUF official YouTube channel contains the bulk of my work, containing three years of weekly videos discussing various gaming topics. Some specific examples are linked below:
2. I also created the official trailer for Major League Magic, a multiplayer arena shooter revolving around spellcasting and environmental destruction: