In the real world there is a general consensus that the boss of a movie is the studio head who directs the show and runs everything that takes place during shooting. But in Hollywood, the term usually refers to the director who is in charge of the writing, the cast, the directing, the financing, and the release of a film.
That sounds like a rather complicated job: the movie director has to make sure that the visuals and the dialogue are coming out right, the story isn’t a disaster, it’s working financially, and the whole idea of a film being “tentative” is out the window when someone like Clint Eastwood talks about it. If we’re really being honest with ourselves, when it comes to what constitutes a successful movie, how do we decide on the right person?
The truth is that I’m a pretty open-minded person. I’m generally a big-picture guy and my personal preferences run pretty much every way from realistic to bizarre to absurd, as does the general public. But even though I’m a really smart movie-maker, and a really open-minded guy, I don’t quite know where my interests fall on that spectrum.
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The idea came to me one day while listening to some music and thinking about the idea of an app that records in-house activities and shares them with all users, whether they like it or not. With that in mind, I set about creating an initial prototype for my app in C++. It is not a production-ready app, but at the same time, it works perfectly fine. It uses only the tools you find in the Unity Asset Store, and as such is quite user-friendly.
There are some things that you have to be aware of. First, I started from scratch in this app, meaning I didn’t add any other functionality until after I had the app ready to be released. All the data is in raw audio files, so you will need to do some extra work to convert them to something you can use that will make this app more usable. Second, the recording can be disabled by selecting “Use Audio Only” from the Main Menu’s dropdown menu. Third, the recording can only be used once, and when it is used (no matter how long you let it stay on), then it will be lost. The idea is that you need to make sure all your recordings are recorded in the correct order
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