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I was just wondering if anyone can help me with posting my game recordings...Cya take care! :)


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When you are done recording, go to the mod folder in which you took that recording and go to the demo folder inside it. Recordings are stored there, so find which one you want to share. Then you'll have to upload it somewhere (I use mediafire for it, there are others sites like rapidshare and so, really up to you) and all you have to do is post a link to it on forums, which you'll see when it's done uploading.

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Take demos in Wolfenstein Enemy Territory/Silent/ProfileName/Demos and upload them to mediafire.com

lol Saizou was faster :)

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ok thanks for the info. and how do i download it and see it? it says it cant find the program that created it? thanks smee

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When you download a demo you have to put it in the demo folder of the mod it was taken in. Start up ET, load the appropriate mod, select replays and select the demo you wish to view. There are quite a few topics and tutorials floating around the forums about it.

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When your in game record with F12.Then open xfire and go to the main menu and click on mod (like jaymod) then click on replay. From there you can start Re-recording with Xfire. When your done recording it will save in your xfire folder or any selected folder.. Or you can re-record with fraps its your choice. after you have done that pick a video editing software to edit with and cut out scenes.

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i guess we should not use xfire demos. not sure y but just passing the word on glypphz.
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Thank you guys I appreciate the time and info on downloading and posting my demos...Cya take care! :)

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i guess we should not use xfire demos. not sure y but just passing the word on glypphz.
smee

Correct, no member should use xfire to post demos of another player(Hacker), but if your going to post your own game recordings you can use xfire.




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