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PostPosted: 03 Jun 2005 13:04 
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That you can record a track of a track? And use the pause/time shift facilty at the same time

This means that :

    You can create a track where the views are as you like them relatively easily
    You can make little tracks of just the important bits from large tracks
    this can help avi movie makers getting the "perfect" angle for that magic moment



/Wanders off to experiment.

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blimey.....no I didn't :)
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On top of that is the new idea of RECORDING TO FRAPS at half speed on your played back tracks, and then making the film at double speed using MovieMaker to get a good frame rate and not be too jerky :)

If people do this I'd suggest making short AVI's at half game speed, editing them straight away with Moviemaker, record to Moviemaker files (at double speed to get back to normal) archive them and use THEM to make longer films :)

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yes, but sometimes if you record after record it will show errors.. kinda like xeroxing a xerox


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MA_Zak33 wrote:
blimey.....no I didn't :)
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On top of that is the new idea of RECORDING TO FRAPS at half speed on your played back tracks, and then making the film at double speed using MovieMaker to get a good frame rate and not be too jerky :)

If people do this I'd suggest making short AVI's at half game speed, editing them straight away with Moviemaker, record to Moviemaker files (at double speed to get back to normal) archive them and use THEM to make longer films :)



mebbe record it at 1/4 speed and then make it proper speed in moviemaker? or would that just be overkill?

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