Just before Christmas I had become moderately intrigued by the PS4’s video editing service called “Share Factory”. Possessing no recorded content on my PS4 that I could refer to prior to Factories initiation, nor any recent footage that I could assemble an established or even coherent mesh of percipient footage for successful extrapolation, I instead relied on spontaneity. In my perfunctory haste to apply my technical prowess to this fascinating utility, I exchanged succinct video material and instead mangled together some crippled, mundane footage of me successfully completing parachute challenges in GTA V. Though admittedly the video content is rather sterile, lacks professional refinement, (there is an editorial omission that I neglected to perfect, that in hindsight is an irksome faux pas I wished I’d revised) without any orchestral ambience or commentary to enhance it beyond a curiosity, it certainly demonstrates just how accessible an application like Share Factory is to someone with limited, utility provisions for such as video editing and sectional capacity for learning. An individual of such reduced capacity for comprehending the simplest of notions, like navigating a door on an air plane lavatory. Someone of such diminished repute that they actually believed that “toiletries” was a referral to the application of depositing little trees into a bathroom! (I’m really not joking!) What I’m embellishing here is that I’m generally an idiot, but even I was capable of compiling a competent, if lacklustre video.
I’d also like you to pay due recognition for my admirable leap on the second jump. Totally deliberate, I swear!