Product Chat / New podcast featuring Cine Guru and Game Guru

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Avenging Eagle
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Posted: 3rd Apr 2021 18:27 Edited at: 3rd Apr 2021 18:29


Shortly after the release of mine and AmenMoses' in-game cinematic toolset, Cine|Guru, I was contacted by Tracy Harwood, Professor of Digital Culture at De Montfort University in Leicester. Tracy is one of four co-hosts of a new podcast called "And Now For Something Completely Machinima", a monthly podcast all about machinima, the art of making videos inside video games, game engines and real-time environments. She wanted to interview me about Cine|Guru; what it is, why we made it, what our plans are for the future, and also about my background in machinima prior to Cine|Guru.

To explain Cine|Guru, I first had to explain what Game Guru is, which meant I had to do my best Game Guru sales pitch, and also mention Game Guru Max. I had fun being interviewed and thought it turned out pretty good, so I figured I'd post it here. Who knows, maybe my interview will spark more sales of both Game Guru and Cine|Guru!

Click here to listen to the interview

You can listen to other episodes by going here, or by looking up "And Now For Something Completely Machinima" on Spotify, Apple Music, or your favourite podcast platform.

Cine|Guru is available to purchase from TGC Store.

AE
Flatlander
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Posted: 3rd Apr 2021 22:42 Edited at: 5th Apr 2021 23:16
Congratulations Scott on your interview. It was absolutely great but too short as always with interviews. I was one of the first to have purchased this once it hit the store. However, I have not been able to work with it as I am experiencing a downward spiral with dementia. You mentioned how Chris was extraordinarily fast with his coding. I slightly remember that day when I too was considered extremely fast with my coding. Those days are over, unfortunately; but, I'm OK with that. It's all part of life and I am well over 70 now. Anyway. I'm excited about giving it a workout.
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DVader
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Posted: 4th Apr 2021 00:23
Congratz Avenging Eagle and AmenMoses. Neat looking product. Hope it does well. Definitely a time saver by the looks!

Flatlander. Sorry to hear that, getting old is often less fun than it should be
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Avenging Eagle
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Posted: 4th Apr 2021 09:09
Flatlander, thank you for your kind words and for supporting our product. Wishing you all the best.

Cheers DVader, we certainly hope so too

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Posted: 7th Apr 2021 13:03
Quote: "I have not been able to work with it as I am experiencing a downward spiral with dementia. "
Will be keeping you in our thoughts.
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Posted: 8th Apr 2021 14:37
@AE - great interview ! You are a really good Game Guru evangelist now.

Cheers.
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