What relatively inexpensive recorder be used to capture a pinball world record?
I'll just stick it on a tripod.
There's a high score on here that is like like under 2 million, and 9 million, depending on what DIP switch settings you go for. My high score was over 77 million!! I could do those scores like they were nothing if the flippers work properly.
I'm heading to an arcade this month. If they have the machine, I'm going to ask them if I let them know in advance the next time I'm coming, I'll pay them something to do maintenance on the machine before I come.. and if they'll let me boot it up from cold and record the whole thing.
I don't know how long it'll take me, because I didn't think to time how long I was playing last time.
I know devices split recordings up into multiple files. Would I just upload those all here right off the camera? Or would I combine them into one video and say encode them myself into something like an MKV container?