Children play war to handle the pictures of the war in Irak. I heared a small boy shout: "Atoming Bomb falling!!!" omg.. Better make a MoHAA Demo =)
Before I installed Spearhead I made a demo called 'Eperience' If you are interested in watching a 11 minutes video with cool music download it from www.mohaa-videos.de.vu
ok .. =) the trailer is not so good but for the big one I spend many hours online and many hours to put the good stuff into the video ^^
(If you don't speak german...: hit the MoHAA link on the right side under 'Videos' and then hit Eperience.. quiet simple I guess)
The Quality is not perfect, its on low brightness (I play with low brightness :) and if you dont like 'Rave'music you can delete the file after 4 minutes watching.
Anyway! I like it and maybe you like it too ;)
P.S: I am not a pro but I captured the demo while playing very good matches on public- and on clanservers. I want to say my score was not the best ......... :p
Please tell me how you like it.
oh yes--------my english is bad I know.. please don't hurt me :)
:rolleyes: How did you film MOH??? :confused:
I prefer the Freeware programm 'Fraps' to capture gameplay.. there are better programms like 'Camtasia' or 'Hypercam', but my AMD AthlonXP 2000+ is not strong enough to capture in a solution of 800x600 :(
It works with 'Camtasia' if I turn 'Hardware Acceleration' off, but MoHAA needs it :)
I captured 25 FPS and 1 second of captured gameplay was something like 25Mb :p I bought a 125GB IBM Harddisk to capture some minutes,btw the harddisk should have 7200ups - then I cut the files, each had a size up to 4GB, with the Freeware Tool 'VirtualDUB' without compression.
Now I had 70GB film-material in many folders (to find any scene of any map)
I used 'Adobe Premiere' (Its the best Programm to cut, arragement and to final movies and you can get the 30days Demo from Adobe) [you can also use Windows Movie Maker but the final movie will be a .wmv :) Of course you can run the .wmv and capture it with 'HyperCam' to make it to .avi but the quality wont be better]
Its recommended to work with .wav files if you want to put music into 'Adobe Premiere'.
Then I exported the movie timeline while compressing with DivX5.03 codec with a quality about 1500kps - the sound uncompressed.
The final movie was about 230Mb - it was time to compress audio in VirtualDUB (I use VirtualDUB bundle including NunDUB for audio) into mpeg layer 3 '128kps, 44000Hz' - now the movie is about 130Mb :p
When you follow this instruction your movie will look better than mine, because I made many mistakes - learning by doing, what about reading tutorials? not me!
I hope I aswered your question good enough =) like I said.. my english.. =)
thats way to confusing.......
try this when you have a todays high end computer