Option 1 : Camera and Getting Video Game Sounds - How to Do It
This is simple, really.
You need a game that has characters that "shout skills or moves". See Tales of Vesperia, Tales of the Abyss, Tales of Symphonia, and Eternal Sonata as few examples.
A camera with a video game is needed. Make sure that it has good recording quality.
Turn on your game console, get your game in, and play it.
Now, since a "skill-shout game", you're gonna need to do a couple of things.
1. Turn off all back ground music, sound effects, and battle sound effects.
Since you only want the name shout out, BGM and SFX will mix with the shout out, causing a disorderly disruption to the sound.
Maximize your sound where it will be loud so your camera can get it well.
Try not to disrupt your family though. Ask them if you are allowed to as well.
2. Have "party members" die.
If you use Tales of Vesperia or a sort of game where your party members say other random things during your action, it will mess up what you need. Go fight in a battle and have them die. Then defeat all the enemies/escape once you are the only one standing.
*Tales of Vesperia example is where the "Defend" strategy has characters taunt while you fight. The taunt has voices, so it will mess you up.
**For "Tales of" Series-type like games :
Try not to get "flinched" so the grunt sound won't be heard. If the grunt is affected by sound effect volume, then you need not worry.
If you are using a "two-person fight" game like Street Fighter, it may be more difficult. A Practice mode where the opponent doesn't attack will work well.
With all that done, let's start.
If you already have your game turned on and in a battle field, then you are good. Turn on your camera and set it near where the TV has its speakers. You do not need to set where your camera records the TV screen. Set your camera to voice note or video recording.
Get into battle.
Prepare a skill where the character shout outs. After doing so, trigger the camera so it starts recording. THEN, use the "skill" the character has.
Once your character is done doing the shout out, cut off recording. You now have the sound stored in your camera.
Repeat for every skill the character has to get all that you need. If you feel one of the skills do not fit for your Lunia character, don't get it. Now then, once done, you have the option of turning off your game or leave it there. Get on your computer.
Connect your USB cable from your camera to your computer hard drive. Transfer the video/voice note files into a folder. You don't need to rename it.
Repeat all steps with another character if wanted. Otherwise, head to "Using Vegas Pro"
Option 2 : Tubesucker - How to Use It
Tubesucker is a program that extracts videos from YouTube, and converts it into a .flv file, which you then convert into a sound or movie file. Then you use Sony Vegas with that file.
Download and install Tubesucker from here, if you have not : TubeSucker - YouTube Video Downloader
*May take a bit for the page to load.
*NOTE When Tubesucker is near finished to installation, it will say it has an error. Press Continue and it should be fine.
First off, find a video with a character shouting moves. Here's an example of one.
YouTube - Tales of Vesperia - Judith's Arte Exhibition
NOTE THAT if a video has background music, the background music will affect the sound. So if you only wanted the name of the skill/move, you'll have background music with it. Try to find a video with no BGM or use Option 1.
However, since I have the game in the video, you may request me to get the skill/move name shout out on a certain character. If I have another game that I MAY HAVE of which you ask me for, I will get it also.
( I will be doing this anyways)
Continuing on, let's extract that video and put it onto your desktop. Here's a picture guide.
And with that, you are done with Tubesucker! (Unless you want to get another video)
Other than that, head to "Using Vegas Pro"
Option 3 : Provided Files
Well, you basically are done with the Options if you download my provided files (see first post). To switch with them, head to "Changing the Voice Files" on the next post.