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How do i upload my replay file?

Dave Stephenson

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it will be located in you Race 07 install directory, in a folder called replaydata. the file names tell you the date time and track of the replay so you know which is which.
 

ERIXON

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it will be located in you Race 07 install directory, in a folder called replaydata. the file names tell you the date time and track of the replay so you know which is which.
how to convert to readable?
i wanna upload to youtube... thank
My english not good, sorry about that..
 
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AFAIK there isn't a converter\reader available for the replay files. I watch the replay and record the screen with FRAPS.

HTH
 
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Start FRAPS and under the Movies Tab you have a tick box for "Record Sound" enable that and you shoud get sound.
 

Jose Ferreira

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Hi Dave, yes I know where is the replay, but the problem is to do the upload do I need any software, how can I convert the replay?, so I can show it to other people and they can watch my replay?

Thank you Dave
 

Marco Bijl

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So, in steps:

- Install FRAPS (http://www.fraps.com)
- Start FRAPS
- Select record sound in movie options from FRAPS
- Open Race07 or which ever game you are playing
- Go to the replay section, and load the replay
- Press the Video Record Hotkey (default = F9). After pressing, the frame display number in the top left side should change color
- Watch the replay
- Press Hotkey after replay to stop recording
- Open Windows Movie Maker (or any other video editing software)
- Load the different movies made by FRAPS (default stored at : Program Files/Fraps/Video (I believe). FRAPS makes files of 4.3 Gb. Load them all to edit the whole movie
- Edit the movie the way you want.

Now you have 2 options.

- Publish the movie directly from Movie Maker via the YouTube button in top right

or

- Publish the movie to you local harddisk
- Login to YouTube.com
- Manual upload the movie.

If you follow these steps, all should work fine.
 

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