Update: Community Intermissions
Community Intermissions are an opportunity for you to showcase short glitch explanations / ILs or any other interesting and/or entertaining tidbits that usually don’t get their chance in the spotlight of a large speedrunning marathon.
If you also feel the urge to educate the world about these hidden gems, keep reading!
The short story is: not much will change. After the successful first implementation at ESA Summer 2019 we will continue to showcase videos from the community during our intermissions.
This post serves as a reminder, as a confirmation and to rekindle the flame for those who have already submitted in the past or were planning to.
To motivate you further and for some inspiration, here is the playlist with all currently accepted videos:
The videos should have a maximum length of 90 seconds. They consist of a short introduction of yourself (preferably while showing a splash screen) and whatever you’re about to show off as well as the showcase itself followed by a short outro. We’re leaving all the details up to you. If it’s a very technical glitch, try doing things slowly while explaining as you go. Keep in mind that viewers who have never even seen the game before should be able to follow along. If it’s short, feel free to do it multiple times or just keep the video very short and concise.
It’s also up to you if you record everything in one go or add an audio commentary during post production.
If you want to make it possible for us to use the video in future events, don’t mention ESA Winter 2020 specifically, but only ESA instead.
While glitches are the most obvious use case, it’s by no means a restriction on what is worthy of being shown. If you feel like it’s entertaining, related to speedrunning and can be packed into a format this short feel free to submit it.
- Preferred visual quality: 1080p (or equivalent in other aspect ratios) with a bitrate of 20 Mb/s
- Minimum visual quality: 720p (or equivalent in other aspect ratios)
- At least decent microphone quality
- No use of copyrighted music
- No camera feed unless it is critical to what you’re showing off (e.g. controller cam)
- Video uploaded to YouTube with a meaningful title
Great examples include (but are not limited to):
Portal Save Glitch by fnzzy
Getting Mewtwo with Item Underflow by G3neziz
Hi, I’m Rasmus by Rasmus
Full credit for this idea goes to havrd. We love you!
Where do I submit?
Are your fingers already itching? Submit your videos uploaded to YouTube (publicly or unlisted) here!
ESA Community Intermission Submission Form
Submissions are open not only for attendees or games that are part of the marathon, but for anybody who feels like they have something cool to show off!
Deadline for ESA Winter 2020:
February 14th. Everything submitted after will be able to be used for the upcoming events though.
If you have any questions, PM either Fatzke#4192 or KrazyRasmus#0137 on the ESA Discord. We’re happy to help!