I finally figured out how to record game play footage on my PC, which I have done This is my first in-game footage but I hope to record more. This is a video of a battleground, Twin Peaks. Where Alliance got roflstomped.
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Horde rocked us when it came to utilizing cc to their advantage. They had no healers. 0. Nada. Alliance side had 2 (one being myself and a holy paladin) but that did not benefit us much. Horde was doing very well to focus healers to the point where the paladin just left and I was all by my lonesome. After a long battle they won by the time running out.
If anything I think the battleground made me realize something. I think I am good healer. I can keep people up and being a druid I am pretty much at the top of the charts. But my UI could use some work. I currently have a 21” monitor (not a widescreen) and watching the video made me realize how much more efficient I’d be with a slightly larger/wider monitor. I’ve been wanting to place the raid frames above where my action bars are but the reason I don’t now is because of space. So I think over the next month or so (maybe use Christmas money :D) I’ll save up to get a nicer monitor as well as upgrade parts of my custom built gaming PC.
Regardless of getting owned I enjoyed the battleground and I enjoyed recording the battle as well. Which is something I’d like to continue doing and plan on getting a device so I can also record xbox footage. For the next battleground maybe I’ll turn my mic on (1042 views)