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Old 10-14-2011   #11
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Wow, looks pretty complicated to learn.

I just use Lagarith and be done with it.

Nothing beats FFDshow for playback mind you, and in combination with avisynth, there's some incredible scripts out there to waste use extra CPU cycles on.

A particular favourite of mine is doubling the frame interpolation so you can have that fancy "motion plus" technology from your Samsung TV (and others), but I digress.

Good luck with the film!
 
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I just use Lagarith and be done with it.

Nothing beats FFDshow for playback mind you, and in combination with avisynth, there's some incredible scripts out there to waste use extra CPU cycles on.

A particular favourite of mine is doubling the frame interpolation so you can have that fancy "motion plus" technology from your Samsung TV (and others), but I digress.
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Hey I am new here and I want to make an introduction, but I can't Can anyone help me, I can send a pm and you can post the introducement
 
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what do you sir's use to record movies in bf games? And what do you use to edit. Because you make so damn pro videos and I also want that. I record with fraps full version and edit with sony vegas pro 10, but i'm not good at it at all..
 
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what do you sir's use to record movies in bf games? And what do you use to edit. Because you make so damn pro videos and I also want that. I record with fraps full version and edit with sony vegas pro 10, but i'm not good at it at all..
You can make a new thread

In BF2/2142 we would use a bfr file and then use Battledirector to record the cam track and then render the video.
Then it is generally a case of Vegas and talent to produce the videos we are known for.
In BF3 you have to deal with capture first and there isnt a good answer for that.
Editing is a question of learning it and being happy to get it wrong, like I do. The editing program helps you edit, it doesnt make you good at editing.

Try, fail and then retry - you can only get better and the world wont end if you try to do something and someone doesnt like it.
 
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In BF2/2142 we would use a bfr file and then use Battledirector to record the cam track and then render the video.
Then it is generally a case of Vegas and talent to produce the videos we are known for.
In BF3 you have to deal with capture first and there isnt a good answer for that.
Editing is a question of learning it and being happy to get it wrong, like I do. The editing program helps you edit, it doesnt make you good at editing.

Try, fail and then retry - you can only get better and the world wont end if you try to do something and someone doesnt like it.
THanks man! Your'e cool, but Is there no tutorials going on the internet that you recomend?
 
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I am not good enough at it, hopefully Xalias will pass by and dump half an internet of useful links.
http://www.videocopilot.net <- they have interesting stuff that is way over my head but you can loose half a life on that site without getting bored.
 
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