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southtown00 #1 Posted May 19 2019 - 16:08

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Hey I have all my replays but I tried to open one for the first time and nothing happened. Do I need a certain program or something? I just tried to open it with windows media player didn't work. Any advice will be greatly appreciated as allways

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NL_Celt #2 Posted May 19 2019 - 16:17

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All you have to do is find the replays folder in the WoT folder and click on any replay. You cannot be logged into the game at the time. Of course, you have to have save replays clicked inyour game settings.

 

You can also upload to wotreplays. You can then take the link produced and paste it to a post here so that others can have a look.



GWyatt #3 Posted May 19 2019 - 16:18

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If you double click on the replay file, .wotreplay, the game client opens and plays it. The file(s), if you have save all on, are found in ...World_of_Tanks_NA\replays. 

 

Personally, I've been using a Replay Manager out of Aslain's Mod Pack to make it easier to find the replay's. NOTE that replay's become useless (most of the time) when new patches come out as the replay has to match the client version to work properly.



moon111 #4 Posted May 19 2019 - 16:47

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^ Like GWyatt stated, the replay files can become useless.  If someone was serious about making videos of the game, etc., they would need to have back-up versions of the game.

When a YouTuber named TheMightyJingles featured our clan, it ended in a single player making a kill at 0 seconds left on the cap timer, which adds 5 seconds to the clock 

(Something I didn't know) and he was able to reload and kill the 2nd guy as well.  But the replay didn't show the clock, because Wargaming's constant messing up the game

with their daily update screwed things up.

 

 



NL_Celt #5 Posted May 19 2019 - 17:00

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I used to have the site where you could download old game clients if anyone really wanted to look at old replays. Otherwise make a youtube video for posterity. 

 

But these old replays can eventually take up a lot of disk space and you should delete them regularly as major updates come through.



bockscar43 #6 Posted May 19 2019 - 17:50

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Thanks for the info.

stevezaxx #7 Posted May 19 2019 - 18:37

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the site where old versions of WoT are archived so you can view old replays is called :

wot.djgappa.com



southtown00 #8 Posted May 21 2019 - 15:53

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I think the problem was I am logged into the game when I try and look at them Ill log out and see what happens

 



dunniteowl #9 Posted May 21 2019 - 16:23

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View Postsouthtown00, on May 21 2019 - 08:53, said:

I think the problem was I am logged into the game when I try and look at them Ill log out and see what happens

 

 

Yeah, you have to NOT be playing to review you replays -- and that means, to WG, Logged out of the Client.

 

I So don't know why we can't sit there and review our replays while logged into the client. Or why we can't review replays with some form of generic repay reviewer that allows us to review ALL of them, not just the latest revision or patch level.  Those things would be nice.

 

In case WG actually gets hold of this oft repeated set of requests and listens.

 

 

OvO



bad_73 #10 Posted May 21 2019 - 19:27

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View Postsouthtown00, on May 21 2019 - 15:53, said:

I think the problem was I am logged into the game when I try and look at them Ill log out and see what happens

 

 

You have to turn them on in settings first.Decide if you want all replays or just last.Game must be off and you'll find replay folder in the game files.




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