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SaulFerBR

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#1 13 years ago

I dunno if this has been asked before but i did do a search and didnt find anything. The problem is, some time ago my screenshots used to be in .jpeg format and now its coming in .tga and i sincerely hate .tga images. i was wondering if there is any way i could change the .tga to .jpeg in gaming (not using photoshop or anything), some script maybe... Ive already tried /bind F12 screenshotJPG and it didnt work Ive already tried /bind F12 screenshot jpg but the screenshot that come out being named jpg... is there any other cmd that could edit this? Thanx in advance




Yannick

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#2 13 years ago

Well you could always just open the images in Paint or some other image editor and save them as .jpegs...




SaulFerBR

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#3 13 years ago

Paint doesnt support .tga, i have to open ImageReady to change them... and sincerely it bothers me. Anything else?




Cxiii

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#4 13 years ago

Hi, You can setup a batch process in software such as photoshop if you have a very large number of documents; other than that you'd have to use the prnt'scrn button and paste into a new PSD document, then save as. But that would mean only one screenshot per gaming session. Not sure why they changed it really!:sheep:




highroyds

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#5 13 years ago
/bind F12 screenshotJPG /bind F12 screenshot jpg

Have you tried /bind F12 screenshot.jpg <---- note the dot between the screenshot and jpg ??




SaulFerBR

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#6 13 years ago

@Cxiii: Naw that wouldnt work... @highroyds: Ill try that right now naw that didnt work GRGRG!




highroyds

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#7 13 years ago

Found it:

Look in your config file for:

bind F12 "screenshotTGA"

if it says this then change it to:

bind F12 "screenshotJPEG"




SaulFerBR

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#8 13 years ago

sweet! Thanx dude, ill go try it out right now, when i get back ill let ya know if it worked or not...

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cg_drawCrosshair "1" cg_drawFPS "1" cg_drawNotifyText "0"

cg_autoscreenshot "1"

cg_blood "1"

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bind F10 exec name.cfg bind F11 exec encore bind F12 "screenshotJPEG"




dirtmann

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#9 13 years ago

use Xnview to open .tga files

www.xnview.com




SaulFerBR

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#10 13 years ago

tga files bothers me, i had to open it with photoshop which took a lil while... and i didnt fell like installing app just to see a ss....