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Creator: tribness August 2, 2012 11:55am
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Hello ppl

i'm working on a guide for zyra and i would like some help from you..

could some one explain to me how i can cut videos from LOLreplay, i wanted to cut some parts to show on the guide, cause a video explain better and it's less boring.

i would also like if someonte could do me some dividers based on zyra, something that has to do with her plant form, some crazy line of thorns or something like that

can someone help?


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Jhoi's mini guide for getting footage from LoLReplay:

jhoijhoi wrote:

1) Download LoLReplay (free)
2) Obtain a full version of FRAPS (whatever means you choose)
3) Download Xvid Video Codec (free. This is for allowance of good compressing later - a 3 minute raw video from Fraps can be up to 2.5GBs in size)
4) Download Virtual Dub (free. This allows you to convert it to an .avi file that is small enough for YouTube)
5) Find a game that had something memorable that you wish to put into a video (say for example you got a Pentakill as... Karma or something)
4) Turn Fraps on and enter the recorded game through LoLReplay.
5) Press F9 when you want to start recording on Fraps, and F9 to stop. You can turn the recording on and off as many times as you like. Press the "+" button on the numpad to skip 10 second blocks.
6) Exit LoLReplay (alt+F4)
7) Open Virtual Dub
8) Open the video you want to compress (navigate to your Fraps folder and find one entitled "Videos". If you've chosen to record a whole lot of video time, it will be broken up into lots of pieces - generally around 2GBs each)
9) If you have a whole lot of pieces that you want in the same video, go to File > Append Avi Segment and attach more videos that way
10) Video > Filters > Compression > Xvid MPEG-4 Codec (the files we installed in step 3) > OK
11) File > Save as Avi. Depending on how long the video is, the compression may take a while. For a 3 minute video the compression on my laptop took about 30 minutes.
12) Navigate to your Fraps folder > Videos > Watch the finished product that you've given an appropriate title so it's easy to find (ie: PENTAKILL KARMA). If it's satisfactory > Delete the bigger video files you have just compressed into one video.
13) Upload compressed file to YouTube. Depending on your internet speed and the length of the video, this could take a lot of time. For a 3 minute video at 100kBs, it took 80 minutes to upload.
14) Copy the tag at the end of the uploaded video (ie: AlGBDucKSFE&NR=1) and embed it in your guide on MobaFire.

Wayne3100 wrote:

One thing though, don't start recording with F9 after you've already fastforwarded in LoLReplay, that does not work. Instead, as soon as the game starts, press F9 and start recording, then fastforward to the part you want to record. You can edit the video in VirtualDub so the fastforwarded and uninteresting parts are cut out.

Quite a long process, but it's easy once you do it a couple of times.

For Zyra line dividers, look in the Signatures Forum. You can post a new thread to ask for an artist to create a line divider, and then use whatever people will give you, or you can request in one of several shops located in that forum.

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On the complete other side of the coin, there's FFsplit which you can use to record your stuff. Either ingame or after game if you have LoLReplay on.

They're low file size and they can be straight uploaded to youtube for whatever you need to.

Thank you to jhoijhoi for the sig, and all the dividers in the guide.

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k, cool guys

thanks a lot for the help.

gonna work on that, and in about 1/2 weeks my guide will be out

tks again and have fun


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