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    .demo4 converting to avi question

    Originally posted by -=BT=-joepjens
    hi, i am working on my first movie.

    one question: how can i convert the .demo4 files to avi??

    the ingame way is bugged (hopefully fixed whit next patch, but pease dont talk about the patch unless you can confirm this)

    and FRAPS 2.0 and higher does not work on my pc :sour:
    1.9 can only record 640x480, but i dont want to play in 640x480.

    So are there any other tools that i can use?? resolution is: 1024x768
    don't record at 1024x768 if you are going to use fraps.
    for one, It will lag your system way down and, will produce very large filesizes. I have always record at 640x480 and it works great. I personally use fraps 1.9d.
    It does not matter what res you record your demo at, you can always change the res in the settings before watching the demo.

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    Re: Re: Re: .demo4 converting to avi question

    Originally posted by -=BT=-joepjens
    I did not know that, thanks for youre help.

    btw do you have another mirror for youre map, i dont like to sign up
    thats the only mirror I have. Its for the Unreal Playground's mapping contest so its kinda wrong to get it hosted else where.

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      Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: .demo4 converting to avi question

      Originally posted by -=BT=-joepjens
      ah ok.

      Uhm adding efects to movies can be done whit virtual dub if i recall correct, right??
      And ofcourse matinee, i am going to learn that whit the VTM's of my SE
      matinee is a very, very strong tool.
      I am still learning it aswell.

      at the new thread by pez

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        Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: .demo4 converting to avi question

        Originally posted by -=BT=-joepjens
        yeah i saw that lol. but i was right about virtual dub, right??
        (first movie ever, sorry for the questions)
        yes you can use vdub to do basic editing.

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          anytime.

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