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tigerman9854 #1 Posted May 16 2013 - 00:46

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Is there any way to convert a WOT replay to .MWV or .MOV?  I am asking because I wanted to post a replay on youtube.

KiXSTAr #2 Posted May 16 2013 - 00:49

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Get your replay, launch it, get fraps, record your replay.

That is how you do et.

Fuchsy #3 Posted May 16 2013 - 00:49

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View Posttigerman9854, on May 16 2013 - 00:46, said:

Is there any way to convert a WOT replay to .MWV or .MOV?  I am asking because I wanted to post a replay on youtube.
Sorry, .replay files are not common video files and can't be converted into another format.
You'd have to record the entire replay with a recording program.

Fuchsy #4 Posted May 16 2013 - 00:51

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View PostMichaelsd, on May 16 2013 - 00:49, said:

Get your replay, launch it, buy fraps, record your replay.

That is how you do et.
Fixed it.
Or you can use Bandicam, which can record up to 10 minutes on free trial and includes a watermark.
If you look at it, 10 minutes is 2/3 of an entire match.

KiXSTAr #5 Posted May 16 2013 - 00:54

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View PostVezner, on May 16 2013 - 00:51, said:

Fixed it.
Or you can use Bandicam, which can record up to 10 minutes on free trial and includes a watermark.
If you look at it, 10 minutes is 2/3 of an entire match.

get can mean buy, think about it.

Get = obtain = buy

tigerman9854 #6 Posted May 16 2013 - 00:55

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I don't want to spend any money.  Are there any programs that have over 10 min of recording for free?

SULOMON #7 Posted May 16 2013 - 00:59

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View Posttigerman9854, on May 16 2013 - 00:55, said:

I don't want to spend any money.  Are there any programs that have over 10 min of recording for free?
MSI afterburner.

X32Wright #8 Posted May 16 2013 - 01:10

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View Posttigerman9854, on May 16 2013 - 00:55, said:

I don't want to spend any money.  Are there any programs that have over 10 min of recording for free?

You can try VLC:

http://www.wikihow.c...-File-Using-VLC

ThePigSheFlies #9 Posted May 16 2013 - 14:58

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sourceforge has a whole host of open source projects for video conversion, recording and editing.  I haven't used any in quite a while, but virtualdub used to be pretty decent.

http://sourceforge.n...cently-updated/

OhioDan #10 Posted Jun 18 2013 - 06:00

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View Posttigerman9854, on May 16 2013 - 00:55, said:

I don't want to spend any money.  Are there any programs that have over 10 min of recording for free?

Vote second for VirtualDub. - a great video capture and processing utility for Windows.
Then export the file to a common video format, and convert to wmv or mov.
If that get what you want to get, you can also try AppGeeker to handle the conversion job.
http://www.ilikemall...to-mp4-mac.html
Have a look at it!

AdmiralDrake #11 Posted Jun 18 2013 - 09:42

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A simple program could be camstudio. Might not be the best but it can get the job done.

http://camstudio.org/





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