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Hi, i have saved a video of a battle in the Napoleon total War game, and i want to know if I can send the video to a member of my family so he can watch me actually play the battle i saved ? thank you.
Hi chronus, thanks for the info but now I have trouble finding the video? I have looked in programs under steam in the app cache and steam apps folders but nothing is there, any ideas where to go?
I have no idea, I would have thought that this was a question that perhaps you should have asked before. As I do not have the game and in fact have never done a video capture on any game I have played I am struggling to answer you.
But the little bit of research I have done suggests I would use this program. Fraps. This means that I would know exactly where any screen-shot or video capture was stored before embarking on same.
You mention SteamApps, this is where I would have looked but I am sure the game must tell you where the default storage folder is.
It might be a bit of a pain but you could install the above then re-fight and recapture your battle but this time you will at least know where it is.
Hi chronus, thanks for your help but still unable to find my saved games, and I cannot afford to pay out for Fraps, maybe there is a free software on the internet? As i am unable to find my saved games, how do I set up a default folder on my PC so that they can automatically be sent there?
Hi, I have taken your advice and went to forums, then downloaded a free software called >Foxtab Media Player open file < ?
Forgive me if I seem a bit thick but I thought you were looking for abit of software that not only will record videos of your game battles but put them somewhere that you could easily find. This program you have installed, Foxtab is only a player so you still need to record and find your recordings. Or am I missing something? I suggested Fraps because of its simplicity and it's free and it will also tell your frame rate which is useful if your game seems to be running a bit slow. But no doubt you got the advice you needed from the forum I suggested. Glad your problem is sorted though.
Hi Chronus, its not you that's thick..., it`s me!I did want what you suggested in the first place, but somebody on the forums mentioned Foxtab which I thought in turn is what was needed, but obviously I am wrong, I will now try Fraps and let you know how I have managed with the software. Thanks again.
Hi Chronus, I have downloaded the free Fraps software, and although it works a treat I have found that the memory used runs into gb`s memory and I think it would take some time to email, although it is good I must admit. I am still trying to find where my saved games would be if I did not have Fraps?
Your saved games should be stored (you may have to enable show hidden files/folders in folder options)
C:\Users*Username\AppData\Roaming\The Creative Assembly*game title\save_games
Or somewhere similar; at least that's where I can find mine! On XP, it should be something like:
C:\Documents and Settings*Username\Application Data\The Creative Assembly*game title\save_games
As for shrinking files produced by FRAPS, this is covered by the FAQ on their site:
The filesize is big because there isnt enough time to encode the movie while the game is running. The movie frames are slightly compressed, but still require a large amount of disk space due to the high resolutions. After you have finished capturing you can convert the clips into a compressed format using a video editing program. Probably the easiest one to use is Windows Movie Maker which is included free as part of Windows Live Essentials. It allows you to easily edit your clips and add text and other effects to your film. The end result will also be compressed into the Windows Media Video (WMV) format which can be played back in most media players.
Hope this helps.
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