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Droezel

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#1 16 years ago

Can someone please explain to me how I can record a demo, view it and convert it to an avi?




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#2 16 years ago

Anyone please????




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#3 16 years ago

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#4 16 years ago

Comon, someone must know somethin about this.....

PLEASSE HELP ME,

IT's VERY URGENT




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#5 16 years ago

Here is what you need to do:

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YOU MUST HAVE /g_synchronousClients 1

To record: /record [demoname] the file will be called name.dm_2003

To stop recording : /stoprecord

Then:

To start the demo: /demo [demoname]

to convert the demo to jpg-files:

cl_avidemo [fps] a good fps number is 25 or 30. You will need alot of space for this, about 320mb/min. ( While the demo is running! )

To stop converting: cl_avidemo 0

Close SoF2.

Download Videomach from http://www.gromada.com/

That's a program that lets you convert pictures to mpg,avi,divx or other codec's. You can also add music if u like.

To make the demo:

1) Load the screenshots (that the demo-conversion made) in order.

2)There should come up a window where you pick the filetype for your movie.

Now set the framerate to 25, 30 or whatever you used, and disable automatic and Keep Original Duration, then click on Format Options. There you pick your codec, I would recommend divx, you can get it from http://www.divx.com

hope this helps

//ZooYork

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If you have any other quesions check out the raven forum and do a search on record demo

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#6 16 years ago

thx man, could be helpful. I fixed it with two computers, a capture card, TV-out and lots of cables. It worked fine this way and I have sound too.