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Thread: Add "Real" movieclips in unrealed

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    Darthstockhaus
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    Add "Real" movieclips in unrealed

    Hi!

    I was wondering, is it possible importing .avi-files or similar files as cutscenes in a map?

  2. #2
    jsterj
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    UT3 uses the BINK video format.

    You can download it here: http://www.radgametools.com/bnkdown.htm
    and convert your AVI files.

    I've never added a cut scene myself, but I think there's some tutorials out there:

    http://letmegooglethatforyou.com/?q=ut3+cutscene+bink

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    Darthstockhaus
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    Thanks!

    I'll try that

  4. #4
    Darthstockhaus
    Guest
    Thanks!

    I'll try that

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    miked
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    Here's a good tutorial for importing a video file for use as a texture: http://www.moddb.com/mods/ghostwrite...os-into-unreal.

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    ambershee
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    You can use videos as textures, but it is ill-advised, and there's no obvious cut-scene access in the game.

    Each video takes up an enormous space in video memory, especially a high-quality, full screen cut-scene - so much in fact, that you'd either have to cut the resolution ad length drastically, or better, not use it. In order to play it, you'll probably have to place a quad over the player view and use the video texture.

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    Darthstockhaus
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    I see, is there a easier way to tell a story perhaps?
    I'm very interested in making a singleplayer map!

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    Acecutter69
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    create you very own in game cinematics. You can use matinee to animate a camera and kismet to trigger cinematic mode and use the cameras as you need. Not hard but tedious work, though in the end, very effective.

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    Wraith411
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    The 3D Buzz Video Tutorials that ship in a extras DVD with the game show it all and are quite good.

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    Darthstockhaus
    Guest
    I'll give that a shot, thanks!

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