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Thieves Den Video

Postby Johan3043 » 22.01.2012, 18:20

Hey fellas! Okay so i've been working with a little school assignment where we had to do some sort of Module kit. So i ended up with making a sewer system but i wanted to accualy make something more than just show prints so it ended up with that i made a video instead. Okay so i have made about 85% of the things you see in the video, the stuff i didn't made was the Vegetation and some of the debris :)

Youtube links wont work so i just give ya the link

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCPzAFrd1-o

Please watch in full HD and Enjoy! :)

And here are 2 pics of it:
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Postby The Vulture » 22.01.2012, 18:34

/Fixed embed for ya!

Looking really nice! I would however ease up on the fog and make sure those torches cast shadows, (the handle thingy and the light itself).
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Postby Johan3043 » 22.01.2012, 18:40

The Vulture wrote:/Fixed embed for ya!

Looking really nice! I would however ease up on the fog and make sure those torches cast shadows, (the handle thingy and the light itself).


Thx! :) Yeah well i tried to make so the lights made shadows but every light made my FPS sink with about 5 FPS if i had shadows on so i had to leave em off :(
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Re: Thieves Den Video

Postby themodman101 » 22.01.2012, 19:33

Well either way that shouldn't matter too much, just ramp everything up and then start your sequence and render out the video.


Adjust the t_FixedStep to set desired frame rate. The r_CustomResXXXXX doesn't work for the MODSDK.

Start the capture (make a .cfg file)
con_restricted = 0
r_displayinfo = 0
t_Smoothing = 1
t_FixedStep = 0.033333
r_DynTexMaxSize = 100
e_ShadowsMaxTexRes = 1024
r_CustomResWidth = 3840
r_CustomResHeight = 2160
r_CustomResMaxSize = 4096
r_CustomResPreview = 1
capture_frames = 1


Stop the capture (make a .cfg file)
con_restricted = 0
r_displayinfo = 1
t_FixedStep = 0
r_displayinfo = 1
capture_frames = 0
r_CustomResWidth = 1920
r_CustomResHeight = 1080
r_CustomResMaxSize = 4096
r_CustomResPreview = 1

Then its as simple as stitching it together with Dubstep of some other free program like that. :)
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Re: Thieves Den Video

Postby Lavizh » 22.01.2012, 19:38

Video is looking good, nice trackview sequences. Nice and scary atmosphere aswell.

themodman101 wrote:Well either way that shouldn't matter too much, just ramp everything up and then start your sequence and render out the video.


Adjust the t_FixedStep to set desired frame rate. The r_CustomResXXXXX doesn't work for the MODSDK.

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Start the capture (make a .cfg file)
con_restricted = 0
r_displayinfo = 0
t_Smoothing = 1
t_FixedStep = 0.033333
r_DynTexMaxSize = 100
e_ShadowsMaxTexRes = 1024
r_CustomResWidth = 3840
r_CustomResHeight = 2160
r_CustomResMaxSize = 4096
r_CustomResPreview = 1
capture_frames = 1



Code: Select all
Stop the capture (make a .cfg file)
con_restricted = 0
r_displayinfo = 1
t_FixedStep = 0
r_displayinfo = 1
capture_frames = 0
r_CustomResWidth = 1920
r_CustomResHeight = 1080
r_CustomResMaxSize = 4096
r_CustomResPreview = 1


Then its as simple as stitching it together with Dubstep of some other free program like that. :)

Or better yet, render with r_SuperSamplingFilter=3 and r_SuperSampling=2, then run the Capture_Frames solutions but skip 4K and enter 1080p instead. With this you don't have to batch downsize each still image. Saving time and increasing your workflow. r_SuperSampling=2 will output the higher resolution in your viewport.

If you are running the FreeSDK that is. No Super Sampling in the MODSDK.
 
 
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Re: Thieves Den Video

Postby Johan3043 » 22.01.2012, 19:42

Well it was great quality when i recorded it. The quality was as good as i way playing it. it was just the rendering that ruined the quality pretty much because my internet is pretty bad so i had to make it a small file size. I have one on my computer with the size of 1.4 GB and it has good quality but takes ages to upload. This one had 200mb instead so ^^
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Re: Thieves Den Video

Postby themodman101 » 22.01.2012, 19:54

no no, thats compressing.. Depending on what program your using, such as windows Movie maker or some such. What Lavizh and I are saying is to render out the frames from the engine itself. with everything maxed out and all shadows on. ;) then compress it..

Nice suggestion lavizh, Im sure you recognize your own text from a mile away! haha :D
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Re: Thieves Den Video

Postby Mocib » 22.01.2012, 19:56

Impressive stuff. Looks very much like that scene was taken from some RPG.

If you could post more pics that would be nice. Thanks.

Your forest video is also impressive: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5be28k42nUM

Are you still going to abandon CE3 as you said in the video description? I hope not, since I would love to see more CE3 stuff from you.
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Re: Thieves Den Video

Postby Johan3043 » 22.01.2012, 20:05

Mocib wrote:Impressive stuff. Looks very much like that scene was taken from some RPG.

If you could you post more pics that would be nice. Thanks.

Your forest video is also impressive: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5be28k42nUM

Are you still going to abandon CE3 as you said in the video description? I hope not, since I would love to see more CE3 stuff from you.


Thanks! Im glad you enjoyed them ^^ I will upload more pictures tomorrow or later, and yes i am abandoning CE3 "For now" because i have a project coming up and Creation Engine is perfect for the project so... CE3 is kinda much too advanced for me atm, i dont have the time to spend weeks on learning stuff as making a quest system and that because im to bussy with school unfortianly. :unsure:
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Re: Thieves Den Video

Postby DevilDante » 22.01.2012, 21:00

Looks great for a school project.. Nice work ! :)
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Re: Thieves Den Video

Postby Johan3043 » 23.01.2012, 00:07

DevilDante wrote:Looks great for a school project.. Nice work ! :)


Thanks! :D
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Re: Thieves Den Video

Postby themodman101 » 26.01.2012, 01:38

Yes indeed, Once you start doing this kind of thing in the CE, you can place them in the Videos thread in General Discussion :)
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Re: Thieves Den Video

Postby Johnny Guitar » 31.01.2012, 02:05

Wow, Johan.


You've come a long way.


I dug this up,

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