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Drolfrawd 04-06-10 04:23 PM

UT2004 odd request
 
Mates how would i get music playing on you tube , which i can hear in my headset , broadcast out on the public channel when playing ut2004 on line.

Thanks

t3hl33td4rg0n 04-06-10 04:41 PM

Re: UT2004 odd request
 
I don't think you can do it in real-time. You would need a program to record the sound, mux a video file with the sound, and upload it.

Drolfrawd 04-06-10 04:47 PM

Re: UT2004 odd request
 
thanks, Might give it a try , but sounds a bit too much bother for the lazy drol

was wanting to blast out some duke nukum jam :D


General Lee 04-06-10 10:38 PM

Re: UT2004 odd request
 
Impressive licks, reminds me of my days on the ol' electric at the metal bars. Never paid for a single drink. :rofl

Now that I think about it...I really miss those days. :(

t3hl33td4rg0n 04-06-10 11:59 PM

Re: UT2004 odd request
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Drolfrawd (Post 2227923)
thanks, Might give it a try , but sounds a bit too much bother for the lazy drol

was wanting to blast out some duke nukum jam :D

It might be easier fraps, because it does video/audio together. You're still gonna have to recompress the video (because it will be huge). You can fire up virtualdub to make it smaller. If the main focus is for audio only, then whatever is happening on the video side of things doesn't matter.

One clever way of doing it is just use sound recorder to record what is happening in-game. Then take a generic video file, like a music video, and then use virtualdub to mux them together. The nice thing is that if you plan on doing several tracks, you can use that same video with the different tracks.


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