I love Wing Commander: Prophecy
Cool, awesome, thanks!
Yes I have an FTP client already, I just need to get the ip address or hostname. I was hoping to send it to you and Raptor Pilo first. But I'll go on IRC to talk to them.AD said:If you really want to post the movie as a public free-for-all, you chould download some kind of ftp client software like smartftp or something better. That one atleast has a free trial that never *really* seems to run out. Then get on IRC or email the CIC. THey should be able to fill you in on how to connect to the ftp and upload the file. If you are still thinking about doing some changes or anything based on mine or Raptor_Pilots viewing of it then it won't hurt everyone to wait a few days until you are ready to do that. But you should still contact the CIC staff about it personally. (after all Chris already mentioned early in the thread that the CIC would most likely be able to host it for you)
Did you rip one file and then it stopped working? If so, it always gets extracted to rip.avi, so you need to rename it after every rip...Maniac89 said:Uhhhh . . . tiny little problem here:
When I open up the movie player, (I'm using this for Prophecy) I click on the file and all the movies come up like they're supposed too, but when I click on one of them and press Play or Rip to AVI, nothing happens! What am I doing wrong?
maniac89 said:Ummm . . . 2 questions . . .
What comp. mode do I set it to and when I go to Properties, it has no compatibility.
My OS is XP, and I don't know what's happening, but there is no compatibility tab when I click on Properties!AD said:what OS are you running? In xp rightclick on the program and chose properties. then click the compatabilty tab and chose either win96 or 98
See if that helps. YOu sould also try uninstalling it and reinstalling it first though
are you running version 1.2a? And the file you should be running is wcplayer (not wcmv). When you right-click a menu apears and you chose properties yes? Comptability should be the third tab over at the top of the window that comes up. If that doesn't work... I don't know. do you have any other memory resident programs running in the background? Try turning everything unnecessary as well.maniac89 said:My OS is XP, and I don't know what's happening, but there is no compatibility tab when I click on Properties!
P.S. I also uninstalled then reinstalled it.
Make sure that those dlls are present. If you still have trouble maybe check HCls website.To run the Movie Player, run wcplayer.exe and be sure to have wcmv.exe, sdl.dll and
xanlib.dll in the same directory. Then put a WC CD on the drive and click on the Open
button. Select a TRE file (or a TGV file, in case of P2) and a list of movies will appear
on the list on the right. Select a movie there and click on the "Play" button.
maniac89 said:How do I make them all (the movies) interlaced so they run together?