Quake || d-day intro

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Quake || d-day intro

Post by Bill Stokes » Fri Oct 03, 2014 11:11 am

Crikey, 55 this month!

Has anybody got a video of the intro I done for the 4.0 (or was it 4.1?) release around - I would love to see it again.

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Re: Quake || d-day intro

Post by Mac Sog 2 » Fri Oct 03, 2014 12:39 pm

Could you describe it? I can try to find it for you. In the meantime, watch this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNcaJlk ... e=youtu.be
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Re: Quake || d-day intro

Post by Mac Sog 2 » Fri Oct 03, 2014 12:51 pm

Or you could watch the Chilean Dday community play soccer!

http://youtu.be/nhf07bEmCJM?list=UUNMNl ... _SE_pWTsrw

They actually got together in 2008.
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Re: Quake || d-day intro

Post by MetalGod » Sat Oct 04, 2014 10:52 am

Cool!

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Re: Quake || d-day intro

Post by Bill Stokes » Mon Oct 06, 2014 3:02 pm

Rain and wind!

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Re: Quake || d-day intro

Post by Night Rider » Mon Oct 13, 2014 3:07 pm

Bill is this what your looking for ddayintro.cin and ddayintro.txt
I added it for you here on my google drive enjoy.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7u_Qu ... sp=sharing
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7u_Qu ... sp=sharing
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Re: Quake || d-day intro

Post by Bill Stokes » Wed Oct 15, 2014 3:56 pm

Bloody brilliant...

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==================================================================================
* QUAKE II VIDEO INFORMATION *
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
TITLE                   : D-Day: Normandy Intro.
FILENAME                : ddayintro.cin
AUTHOR                  : [OSS]Bill Stokes.
DATE                    : 9th August 2002.
TYPE                    : QuakeII cin video file.
EMAIL ADDRESS           : nick@nw.uklinux.net

PLAYING TIME		: 45 Seconds approximately.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* CONSTRUCTION *
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CREATION TIME		: 8 Hours (not including 30+ hours prep and development).
FRAMES			: 676.
WAVE FILE SIZE		: 1069 bytes.
COMPILER                : ID's QDATA.EXE.
TOOL(S) USED		: PSP7, CK-RENAME, COOL (wav file editor), INFRAVIEW, 
				: ANIMATION SHOP 3, TRMOOV (Quicktime -> AVI converter),
				: CALC.EXE, BEER.


COMPILE MACHINE         : Athlon 1.2Ghz, 512 PC133 RAM, Win2000.
COMPILE TIME		: 15 secs.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS / ADDITIONAL INFORMATION *
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Create a folder under your /quake2/dday/ directory called /video.
Place the ddayintro.cin file there.
Start Quake2 D-Day: Normandy, drop the console and type:

map ddayintro.cin

Due to the nature of using 'real' video(*), the images are grainy - best viewed
3 to 4 feet away from monitor.

(*) These images are over 60 years old - and are authentic digital reproductions,
so therefore I have not attempted to enhance the images in anyway other than resize.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* CREDITS/THANKS *
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Vipersoft for various sounds (and of course, the game).
The Sarge for the 'howling thunder' wave file.
ID Software and John Cormack.


----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* DEDICATED *
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
To Bill Stokes (my Grandfather), and all the young men and women that fought
so bravely to allow us our freedom.

==================================================================================
* COPYRIGHT / PERMISSIONS *
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
This QUAKEII VIDEO has been made and distributed free of charge.  It will be passed
on free of charge according to:

You MUST NOT distribute this VIDEO UNLESS you INCLUDE THIS FILE WITH
NO MODIFICATIONS. If you don't co-operate, then DON'T DISTRIBUTE IT
IN ANY FORM.

This VIDEO may be distributed ONLY over the Internet and/or BBS systems.
You are NOT authorized to put this VIDEO on any CD or distribute it in
any way without my written permission.

All the archive footage and pictures remain the copyright of the ORIGINAL OWNERS.

Quake II (C) 1998-99 id Software. All rights reserved.

Now, the trouble is I can't view it, no Quake stuff installed - any chance of a video of the *.cin file?

Also bloody hell... 2002 on WINDOWS arghhhhhhhhhhhhhh

/me kills himself.

Many thanks indeed for dredging it up :)

Nick

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