On 9/9/2012 4:40 PM PT, David Damerell typed:
> Quoting Ant <a...@zimage.comANT>:
>> 1. How do I select a specific ingame demo in my WAD? I have three of
>> them. I don't want to record all three at once. One of them is about 30
>> minutes long!
> It might be easier to use deutex or similar to extract that demo LMP, then
> explicitly run prboom -playdemo.
Ugh, pain in the butt. So after the demo ends, then the recording stop
or do I have to be there to stop recording?
>> 2. After doing two quick test records, my video demo playbacks are
>> showing gameplays too fast (audio was fine) in both Media Player
>> Classic-Home Cinema and VideoLAN Client players. How do I fix this? :(
> I'm afraid I don't know. What tool are you using to go between "doom
> playing back a demo" and "a file to load in VLC"?
I am using whatever the latest 32-bit Windows XP Pro. SP3 compatible
tools that its documents (prboom-plus-188.8.131.52-win32's
This feature allows you to record movie files, suitable for viewing or
upload to websites.
Prboom-plus uses external command line encoding tools to accomplish
this. You will need the following:
oggenc2 ;ogg vorbis audio encoder
x264 ;h264 video encoder http://x264.nl/
mkvmerge ;mkv muxer
These applications can be placed in the same folder as Prboom-plus..."
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