I have read through a lot of wolfcam guides etc. But what I dont quite get is how you get the demos that you have cut into a video..? For now I have about 134 "segmented" demos that I cut from the full demos. i know if you type /video when playing a demo it records it but is this the only way?
/video avins wav name blablabla
/video jpg wav name blablabla
when you use this for first time, the folder 'videos' is created. It contains frames or imgs (for /video jpg) or a .avi (for /video avins) and a wav file (sound recorded)
you need to put together these 2 things into another video with sound. For example, it's possible to do this in virtualdub
Or u can use Fraps or another program like that. Its just not recommended because the quality is worst, if u want a video with good quality then "/video" in wolfcam is the better option.
Thanks for the replies. What i still don't get is do i have to /video each and every little 10second demo? So it will make and avi for each demo?
Mm, u type /video to start recording and /stopvideo to stop it (or it will automatically stop when demo ends) it just works the same as /record demoname (since u said u have cut some demos before).
Originally Posted by Xil3d
You get a video file (avi or jpg file) and a sound file (wav file), then u need to put them together with the program VirtualDub, then u get ur final video ready for edit as ur movie.
Just for the record, if you do "/video avi" you've got video *and* sound together already.