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Posted: Sat May 24, 2014 5:04 pm Post subject: Epic Moments videos needed
I am going to start on a new clan video for this game, and I need people to record their matches and if they happen to have a "epic moment", please get me that recording. If you don't know how to do that I will explain in a bit. The info that you will need to provide with the video is this.
Time in match of the "epic moment":
Brief description of the "epic moment":
Length of the "epic moment":
Pack up the video file in a .rar or a zip and attach it to a post here. Please, ONLY 1 video per post.
Epic moments can be from a drift across a bridge and then killing someone to jumping off a cliff and landing on someone or jumping over them completely. Dieing in any way does not make it a epic moment. Even tracking your self would not make it a epic moment, I am looking for stuff you do where you drive away right away. Something where you should be dead but your not. The more of those the better.
Now, how to get the time in match of the "epic moment" is easy. Just go into Menu -> Game Options -> Main parameters and in there you will see Autosave Replays, make sure that is set to "Yes".
Now to find your video, just click Menu -> Replays and there you will find you last 10 battles, so remember, if you have a Epic moment match, you need to do this right away because it will be deleted in 10 matches. So now that your in the replay section, and you know you just played the match, find the video by the date/time. The most recent should be at the top. For example, I just played a match and in the replays list, on the left, it shows #2014.05.24 18.35.09. as you can see the that it shows #date time. To watch the replay and find the time of the "Epic Moment", just click the "View Replay" button on the lower right. Now that you have the time and you know what file it is, just click the "Open Folder" button on the lower left, and in there, you will see a file called
depending if you have your computer set up to show you file types. If you see your file in the folder, and lets say you have WinRar, just right click on the file and select "Compress to Archive", and once it creates the .rar in that folder, move the file to your desktop and then reply back to this post with the info and attach the file to your post.
The more people I have help out with this the better, so please, if you can help with this, that would be great. Thanks and see you on the battlefield.
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