Dust off your video-editing skills, because Kritika Online’s got a new contest for you!
Take your characters out to Windhome and its Danger Zones, and take screenshots and video of whatever you like—then edit it all together into the best movie montage you can manage, and you could win a prize.
Submit your YouTube link to email@example.com with the subject “Windhome Movie Montage” no later than noon PDT (17:00 UTC) on Wednesday, May 23. Be sure to include your character’s name, and what server (NA or EU) you play on.
We’ll select our top ten favorites, then present them to the fans on Twitch during the week of May 23—and award prizes based on the ones we like the best:
- First through third place: Collector’s Edition Pack
- Fourth through tenth place: Gold Raider Elite Costume Pack
Now get out there and explore—and be sure to take lots of pictures!
1. Make sure you’re capturing your footage before you begin your video!
By default, starting a video recording is mapped to the “Insert” key. You can double-check whether you’re recording by referring to the button in the upper-left hand corner of your screen.
If the record button looks like the one above, you’re capturing footage! Remember, you can modify your recording settings by pressing “ESC, then ”System Settings,” then ”Recording.”
Remember to check your video recording settings to make sure your recording lasts long enough!
2. Upload Your Video
Once you’ve crafted your video, you’ll just need to upload to YouTube and share it with us! If you have a Google account already, you can go straight HERE to upload your video.
If you have a Google account already, you can go straight HERE to upload your video.
If you don’t have a Google account to log in to YouTube, you can make one HERE.
3. Make sure your video is Public so that we can see it.
Here is the option to look for:
4. You can find your recording by navigating to the folder Kritika Online is downloaded to, then the “video” folder.
Once you have it, drag that file into the YouTube upload window.
5. Send us your video or screenshot.
Once you’re done uploading, send the link to your video to the email mentioned above. Remember the subject line!