Replayパック実績の解説

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That's A Wrap
That's A Wrap
最初のリプレイを保存。
難易度: Very Easy
解説: リプレイ機能をサポートしているサーバーを探そう。サーバーブラウザのフィルタリング機能を活用しよう。


We Can Fix It In Post
We Can Fix It In Post
リプレイを視聴中、エディタ画面に入るためにスペースキーを押す。
難易度: Very Easy
解説: 自分が記録したリプレイは好みに編集が可能だ。


Time For Your Close-Up, Mr. Hale
Time For Your Close-Up, Mr. Hale
リプレイをムービーにレンダーする。
難易度: Easy
解説: リプレイの編集が上手くいったらムービーファイルに変換しよう。


Star Of My Own Show
Star Of My Own Show
Spend some time editing a replay.
報酬: Director's Vision
難易度: Easy
解説: リプレイ編集で使えるツールを1回ずつ試してみよう。この実績解除によってアクションアイテムのDirector's Visionが貰えるぞ。


Home Movie
Home Movie
自分のムービーがYouTube™で100回以上再生された。
難易度: Medium
解説: ムービーに変換したファイルはリプレイ画面からYouTubeにアップすることが可能。フレンドや身内に見てもらおう。


Local Cinema Star
Local Cinema Star
自分のムービーがYouTube™で1000回以上再生された。
報酬: Frontline Field Recorder
難易度: Medium
解説: フレンドや身内だけでは1000再生は厳しいだろう。内容の面白さなどにそれなりの工夫が必要だ。この実績解除によって帽子アイテムのFrontline Field Recorderが貰えるぞ。


Indie Film Sensation
Indie Film Sensation
自分のムービーがYouTube™で10,000回以上再生された。
難易度: Hard
解説: ここまで再生数を伸ばそうと思えばそれなりの評価が貰える内容にすることが重要。再生数の多い面白い動画も参考にしてみよう。


Blockbuster
Blockbuster
自分のムービーがYouTube™で100,000回以上再生された。
難易度: Very Hard
解説: 数多くあるリプレイ動画の中でも最高のクオリティでネットに広く知れ渡った動画はたくさんの人に観てもらえるだろう。


YouTubeの再生数稼ぎに関するちょっとした補足

Other than asking friends and family to watch your videos or simply focusing on making a blockbuster, there are a few additional things you can do to increase the likelihood of obtaining more views for your videos.

  • Even if you have a witty title for your video, append it with something like "Team Fortress 2 gameplay" or "TF2 replay." This will increase the likelihood your video will be found in searches of viewers looking for this content.
  • If you already have a popular video, or know someone who does, title your video as closely as possible to the popular antecedent. This will make it more likely to be considered a "related video" that will be promoted whenever someone watches the more popular video.
  • In the video description, write out what happens in the video. While it may seem pointless, it increases the likelihood your video will be found via search. It may also compel someone who found your video link via Google to click on it if the description sounds more intriguing than "funny TF2 moment."

Don't settle for only modifying your YouTube video parameters from within Team Fortress 2. Once it's live, edit the video's settings on YouTube itself. From there, you have access to a number of other tools:

  • Tag your video with terms related to what it contains. Tags like "headshot," "spycrab," etc. will make it easier for other people to find your video. Use as many tags as possible, and don't forget to add any of YouTube's suggested tags, where applicable.
  • Choose a stillframe that's more compelling. From the video detail screen, you can choose one of three stillframes that represents your video when it's shown as a thumbnail. Alternatively, create a visually appealing thumbnail in a graphic design program (Photoshop, Paint.NET, Gimp) and set it with the "Custom thumbnail" button on the video information page.
  • If you feel that music or captions would make your video more compelling, you can add them with Audioswap and the Captions/Annotations tools. Keep in mind, however, that Audioswap is a permanent choice that overrides all sound in the video. Also keep in mind that some viewers may find captions/annotations distracting or annoying.

Once your video's settings are complete, there are more ways than begging associates to have it seen by more eyes:

  • Post a link to your replay on forums you frequent, as long as the Terms of Use for those forums do not strictly forbid doing so. If you feel a separate post would be too intrusive, consider making a link to your video or to your channel in your profile signature instead.
  • Post a link to your replay on content sharing sites like Reddit, Digg, StumbleUpon, etc. If your video is genuinely good, it may receive a lot of traffic that will quickly propel it into tens of thousands of views.
  • If you believe your video is truly exceptional and appreciable by mainstream gamers, you can try e-mailing it to gaming media outlets like Kotaku, Joystiq, etc. These sites will most likely only post your video if it is completely outstanding, but this can help a great video with a limited fanbase reach the masses instantly if accepted.