Here's my effort...
Here if the embed doesn't work!
I see you guys are constantly moving, which is generally a good thing.
My style is a bit different though, i usually go into hover (preferably behind a hill or something) and observe the area. Once i spotted something i go for an attack run, then back to cover, hover and repeat. (Maybe i'll make a video too)
More easy to evaluate the situation and spot targets that way, especially infantry groups are hard to see while moving and focusing on the heli controls.
On the down side i'm an easy target while hovering and there is not always good cover present in the AO. (Like in your video - all flatland).
Just used to that style from countless hours of Apache/Viper/Cobra flying in ArmA...
I tried the hover approach, but in the terrain I got it was suicide! The friendly helo didn't last very long - and it didn't succumb to friendly fire like some ;-)
EDIT ----> sxp2High, I keep meaning to ask what you use for recording radio communications. I have tried a few (admittedly free) voice to text apps and they don't sound as good as the ones that you produce even with editing in sounjd software.
Last edited by Jedra; Nov 10 2011 at 07:18.
video removed due to copyright, did you use some music? Any chance or a new upload.
edit: 20 seconds later it works. Ty.
Last edited by Orford; Nov 10 2011 at 15:40.
I just merged them together and slightly edited them... I'm using Magix Video deluxe MX, which has an preset radio audio effect, to make voices sound more radio like.
Two other tts sites i now of:
Hope that helps a bit.
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