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    how to take a motion pic on ut2004

    btw i have mac
    how do you take motion picture on ut 2004?

    #2
    http://www.ambrosiasw.com/utilities/snapzprox/

    There are loads of other recorders out there as well. Google for them.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Denier-of-Soup
      http://www.ambrosiasw.com/utilities/snapzprox/

      There are loads of other recorders out there as well. Google for them.
      urr somethin that is free and has no charge

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        #4
        Originally posted by 0verclocked
        You want one that is Free "AND" has no charge? That might be kind hard, usually it's one or the other.
        ok then i think free is fine

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          #5
          Look at Video and AnimGif Tutorials in my signature.

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            #6
            He's looking for how to do it on a MAC

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              #7
              Originally posted by [NBS]Flak
              He's looking for how to do it on a MAC
              I don't know of a freeware, but you might wanna try out: Snapz Pro 2

              Once Snapz Pro X is installed, a single keystroke can immediately save anything visible on screen... ...and can even record the action as a QuickTime movie!

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                #8
                It might be noted that using Snapz on the desktop pumps out a sub-10 range, let alone in a game.

                Last time I used it though I had a 5200FX, so it might be better on a 9800 or whatnot.

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                  #9
                  I do know it's possible to record via VNC to a Flash file. I've done it in the past, just don't remember how.

                  You can always look at http://www.sodan.org/~penny/vncrec/

                  BTW: Maybe this is "wish list" item for UT2007, demo to AVI/MPG ( even OGG Theora ).

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                    #10
                    <ot>Spoon, is your site gone for good?</ot>

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by [NBS]Flak
                      <ot>Spoon, is your site gone for good?</ot>
                      Pretty much. I don't have too much time anymore to code or play ( work ). Plus, when I got a new machine I accidently deleted the source for Sniper Arena If I need it, I can just decode the packages to get it back.

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                        #12
                        Well that sucks.

                        Thanks for keeping Sniper arena alive in 2k4. Hopefully we won't need a mutator in 2k7

                        We now take you back to your regularly scheduled thread.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by placebo 3.0
                          It might be noted that using Snapz on the desktop pumps out a sub-10 range, let alone in a game.

                          Last time I used it though I had a 5200FX, so it might be better on a 9800 or whatnot.
                          I think Snapz Pro costs

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