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    【Name】TechnicalSuwako
    【Hobbies】Programming, gaming.
    【Weekday activities】Web engineer.
    【Weekend activities】YouTuber.
    【Few words】I came here because I saw this site being mentioned on ForumPromotions. Nice to meet you!

    【名前】テクニカル諏訪子
    【趣味】プログラミング、ゲーム
    【平日活動】ウェブエンジニア
    【週末活動】YouTuber
    【一言】ForumPromotionsって場所でサイトはメンションしたから、来てみました 。宜しく!

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    Welcome to the forums, Suwako! I'm K'sariya! I'm actually majoring in Interactive Design with a focus in web and app design, and I'm currently in two web development internships for the summer. What kind of programming and web work do you do?

    Seeing YouTuber and gamer, I assume you stream games/do playthroughs? What kind of games do you typically play?

    Welcome!! Glad to have you here.

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    I do full stack web engineering, meaning I do both front end and back end.

    As for YouTube, I mostly do games on Nintendo systems, primarily Mario Kart and Taiko no Tatsujin, but I have also expanded more to Touhou on PC (Linux + Wine), some games on smartphone, and very recently arcade games too.

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    Welcome to the forums, Suwako! Glad to see someone from Forum Promotion visiting the site, and we're glad to have ya here!

    If you'd like to share your streams with us and others, we do have a Discord server, and you can always talk about your stream in Video Games.

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    I have check out the Discord server.(便乗)

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    Welcome to the forums TechnicalSuwako. I'm MichaelXD, and I'd like to figure out how you were able to become a youtuber.

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    I started uploading to YouTube in 2006, when it was way easier to become popular.
    And I was also far ahead of the rest of this country because of that.

    Then between 2010 and 2014 we had a huge audience from America, in 2015 Americans started to slowly cripple away and started to become increasingly popular among Japanese audience instead.

    At this point the audience is 60% Japan, 11% USA, and 29% everything else.
    But we still get English comments more often, considering Japanese people are generally more shy.
    And being someone living in Japan, I can confirm the accuracy. ww

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    Man, I'm currently just front-end, but I'd love to learn more about back-end. Being a full-stack developer is pretty much end-goal for me!

    And yeah, the wave of YouTube fame is a lot more fickle nowadays. It's easy to get lost in the sheer amount of content that people produce. You typically have to have something go trendy or viral to make it big if you start now, especially if you do something like Let's Plays.

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    How much to afford for a capture card?

    @Ksariya, if I can get my devices working or not!
    Last edited by MichaelXD2; 05-31-18 at 03:05 PM. Reason: saw another response before me

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    Differs with chosen capture card.
    I currently have Elgato for Wii U, Switch, and PC games, 3DS capture card for 3DS, built-in iOS recording for iOS games, iPhone camera for arcade games, and SimpleScreenRecorder for PC non-games.

    SimpleScreenRecorder is free and open source software, iOS recording is native feature of iOS, and iPhone camera costs as much as an iPhone costs.
    3DS capture card was around 47000 yen (including 3DS and installation) when bought.
    And Elgato with 60 FPS output costs 18590 yen on Amazon.

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