I'm running into the following since yesterday:
Apparently, FRAPS automatically splits the recorded movie into 4GB chunks (although my hard drive is NTFS) and I can't find an option to disable that anywhere.
So I've been recording this game for some time and the AVISynth script was working perfectly until now.
It contained something like this:
But then I reached 30 movie chunks and playback became erratic. It would stop playing at random.
I've recorded 2 more chunks, and now the AVS file won't play at all!
The following error occurs twice (one for video and one for audio) :
"DirectShowSource: couldn't open file xxx(32).avi: No combination of filters could be found to render the stream."
I don't quite understand, as I'm new to irc.
I don't find it particularly user friendly for newbies, by the way. This is definitely a tool for geeks, like many early Internet services.
Two options :
1) the web client
Needs no configuration, but has no menus, no help, no hints. Basically it's a command line. You need to know irc commands. I don't know how to use it. Maybe it's too obvious and I'm dumb?
2) standalone irc clients
In standalone clients, you need to give 3 things : the network, the server and the channel.
We need to use irc.projectmage.com, channel #longplays. That is a server and a channel, if I'm not mistaken, so what's the network, then?
Maybe it would be useful to create a (very small) tutorial on the chat?
While I'm at it, I found the /upload.php page totally by chance (the "upload folder deleted" topic in the forum). Is there an obvious way to reach it that I missed?
Shouldn't those two pages be listed in the "Tutorials" dropdown next to the main menu?
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