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The Videogame Show What I've Done: Dragon Age: Origins

Dec 19 // Jim Sterling
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One of the benefits of VSWID is the fact that it's meant to be crap, so that when I have my weekly genuine editing problem, I can get away with it. This week's problem is the fact that my video converter made the footage all blurry for no reason and I did not notice until it was too late. 

Still, I am free from the shackles of awful Windows Movie Maker so the actual cuts and stuff in this video look better, while still resembling something made by someone who has no idea what video editing means ... which is true. Anyway, Pinnacle VideoSpin has become my video editor of choice. It's got the Sterling recommendation. 

Do please check out my video. It's about Dragon Age: Origins and has loads of sex in it. It's probably one of my favorite ones yet. Also, VSWID fans (all five of you) need to hit Dtoid this same time tomorrow, where a FREE BONUS EPISODE will be revealed. It's the long-awaited CHRISTMAS SPECIAL and I promise you right now -- it's the greatest VSWID adventure yet!


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