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Jango={FBH}=JC

Don't Move Jedi!!!

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#1 17 years ago

Ok I'm making a movie with some of my fellow clan members. I have made some of it with jk2 and jka using the record technique in the consol. I was wondering first if anyone would know how to make it playable with quicktime, real player or any of those other players. The other thing i want to ask for was some idea's! Remember <}FBH{> are bounty hunters so we want some scenes when we are kicken jedi's butts lol :spank: :feedback: If you have any ideas please either post on my site or here! www.fbhclan.tk or http://fbhclan.aowc.net same thing!




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#2 17 years ago

I'll quote an old post:

N3G1@I'll quote an old post: Quote: Originally Posted by Abu5e 1) Demo it (\g_synchronousclients 1;\record [demo name]). 2) Set the number of fps you want to record at (\cl_avidemo ). 3) Then replay the demo (\demo [demo name]). 4) This will create a shed load of screenshots in the \screenshots dir. 6) Import the screenshots into M$ Movie Maker (or some other video editing tool). 7) add whatever transition effects/music etc you want. 8) save it using divx or xvid codec.

Thanks to abu5e

and to N3G1@

Point 1 records demo Points 2-8 makes .avi file

Good luck :cya:




N3G1@

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#3 17 years ago
MeusHand to N3G1@ Point 1 records demo Points 2-8 makes .avi file[/QUOTE]
Me With the first command you'll record a demo, and no more. It'll save 1 file with a strange file format, something like .dm or whatever. If you set the number of fps to play and if you re-play the demo, THEN you'll have a ton of new jpgs saved in your hd.
[QUOTE=always Me] Just point 1 :)

I told you:naughty: :D




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#4 17 years ago

I know. You have more posts than Jango={FBH}=JC :D MUHAHA




rouge1

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#5 17 years ago

find a version of fraps 2.0 full version it lets u record live in game vid in .avi format once ur done recording use something like ulead video studio 7 to edit add effects and then u use ulead to format and convert the vid to any format u want it will convert to any format its a cool program but fraps works alot better than the in game thing listed above by other peeps no screen shots to put together and all that




young Obi-Wan

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#6 17 years ago

lol, do it like the guy from jedimoves.com did; get a LCD monitor and recort the gameplay with a camera :lol:




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#7 17 years ago

I have LCD, but my camera isn't digital




Jango={FBH}=JC

Don't Move Jedi!!!

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#8 17 years ago

WoW Only half a day and 6 replies. Heh thanks for the advice any idea's of scenes ya want?




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#9 17 years ago

Some funny thing, like action with rocket launchers :P I hate sabers from 2 weeks




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#10 17 years ago
rouge1find a version of fraps 2.0 full version it lets u record live in game vid in .avi format once ur done recording use something like ulead video studio 7 to edit add effects and then u use ulead to format and convert the vid to any format u want it will convert to any format its a cool program but fraps works alot better than the in game thing listed above by other peeps no screen shots to put together and all that

Yeh, the newest version of FRAPS rules and is a very reasonable price as well.