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  1. #1
    Hi guys. Gotta question...

    When you record a mission, you make a track file.
    After you're done, you save that track
    file as whatever.trk.

    Now you render that. That can be forever!

    If your mission lasted 15 minutes, your looking
    at a uncompressed video that runs for 23 weeks
    creating the darn avi file and is approx the size of the western half of the US.......

    Can't you just render what you want?
    ie...splice out certain footage, then run
    the avi renderer on it...

    I do have fraps 2.0, but like the quality of
    the AVI renderer.. but I just don't know how
    you guys make a movie that is 8 minutes long
    with all the seperate scenes using the built
    in AVI Rendering system.
    PS. I know about video editing and understand
    splicing....
    God bless you if you guys are making 6 gig avi
    files and cutting and splicing from there!

    Thanks

    Brett
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    and if you want change, sorry but I've got no sense!
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    Hi guys. Gotta question...

    When you record a mission, you make a track file.
    After you're done, you save that track
    file as whatever.trk.

    Now you render that. That can be forever!

    If your mission lasted 15 minutes, your looking
    at a uncompressed video that runs for 23 weeks
    creating the darn avi file and is approx the size of the western half of the US.......

    Can't you just render what you want?
    ie...splice out certain footage, then run
    the avi renderer on it...

    I do have fraps 2.0, but like the quality of
    the AVI renderer.. but I just don't know how
    you guys make a movie that is 8 minutes long
    with all the seperate scenes using the built
    in AVI Rendering system.
    PS. I know about video editing and understand
    splicing....
    God bless you if you guys are making 6 gig avi
    files and cutting and splicing from there!

    Thanks

    Brett
    Machine Specs

    ...just my 2â¢...
    and if you want change, sorry but I've got no sense!
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  3. #3
    Record your mission to track. Watch the track w/the fps counter turned on. It has a timer too. Let's say you record an 8 minute track and 2 minutes in you want to record a minute of clips. Go back into the track, hit CTRL+E and do not enter any camera changes until the 2 minute mark. Enter your camera changes and then hit ESC. Name that track and go back into the editor. Record from 1 second before you punched in the new camera moves. You'll get the shots you wanted that way. I recommend using Morgan JPEG or Huffy codecs, you'll get smaller files, they render in realtime and they look spectacular.

    After you get your movie put together you can then compress in a DivX codec.



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  4. #4
    Thanks, I give it a go...
    Where are the Morgan or Huffy codecs available?

    Brett
    Machine Specs

    ...just my 2â¢...
    and if you want change, sorry but I've got no sense!
    Brett
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  6. #6
    DOH!
    It's like I"ve been there a few million times....

    Brett
    Machine Specs

    ...just my 2â¢...
    and if you want change, sorry but I've got no sense!
    Brett
    Machine Specs
    My LockON Site


    ...just my 2â¢...
    and if you want change, sorry but I've got no sense!
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