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Probert the Probe
Aug 8 2010, 11:49 pm
By: Alzarath
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Aug 11 2010, 4:44 am l)ark_ssj9kevin Post #21

Just here for the activity... well not really

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I dont know the reason why, but camtasia records a black rectangle with just videogame audio.
i think fraps might work however but it records 30 secs top (without purchase)
http://www.staredit.net/239543/

EDIT: You could've polished your credits at the end so everything aligns well.
Also, what about the comment about the burrowed units moving around? It doesn't make sense for SC2. ;o
I know you've moved it from SC1 to SC2, but still. :P

For some reason, the alignment of the credits looks a lot better in 16:9, and that's what I do all my testing on. It's just that there's no align feature in the text editor. Wish there was.

And ya, I thought it was kinda weird including it, but I'd like to stay true to the script.



Just a question. What makes episode 2 better? I noticed PtP2 is higher in the popularity list and it has the most downloads of the 3 on external websites. Any specifics?
The airplane inside and the airport were well terrained.



guy lifting weight (animated smiley):

O-IC
OI-C

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Aug 11 2010, 6:36 am EzTerix Post #22



Must say it was a very honest conversion from SC1 to SC2

Although there is a lot more potential to make a really interesting and nice presentational movie on SC2 from what I've heard. I hope that when people watch this they don't think SC2 is limiting to something so simple like this.

Overall nice to see Probert the probe on SC2 :)



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Aug 11 2010, 8:32 am MrrLL Post #23



I watched episode 2 a little bit ago. I didn't get much out of it as I recall the story from SC1, but good work with the cinematics anyway. I did have one dislike: the sound. The whole movie was a little too quiet. I know, you're simply recreating the works from SC1, but a little sound ambiance wouldn't hurt.

Also, where did you find the Reaver model?



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Aug 11 2010, 8:35 am Leeroy_Jenkins Post #24



These are pretty good. One thing though, it seemed as if in the SC I version, it was a lot easier to tell what's going on; especially who is talking. I think for anyone who has seen the SC I version, this would obviously be perfectly understandable-- but I'd like to hear the opinion on this from someone who hasn't seen the SC I version. Another reason I'd like their opinion is because this map might be more liked by us because we already knew was going to happen, thus were intrigued by the variations on things.

This does show the great potential for cinematic scenes to come, though!



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Aug 11 2010, 4:49 pm Alzarath Post #25

Praetor

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I watched episode 2 a little bit ago. I didn't get much out of it as I recall the story from SC1, but good work with the cinematics anyway. I did have one dislike: the sound. The whole movie was a little too quiet. I know, you're simply recreating the works from SC1, but a little sound ambiance wouldn't hurt.

Also, where did you find the Reaver model?

Ya, I just don't know many places where I could add some ambience. I'll try to look around and add some if I can find some decent spots.

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These are pretty good. One thing though, it seemed as if in the SC I version, it was a lot easier to tell what's going on; especially who is talking. I think for anyone who has seen the SC I version, this would obviously be perfectly understandable-- but I'd like to hear the opinion on this from someone who hasn't seen the SC I version. Another reason I'd like their opinion is because this map might be more liked by us because we already knew was going to happen, thus were intrigued by the variations on things.

This does show the great potential for cinematic scenes to come, though!

I completely agree. I was thinking of adding some way to identify who was talking, but got lazy. I think I'll try to give it a go if it's successful.



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Aug 11 2010, 6:56 pm Apos Post #26

I order you to forgive yourself!

I liked episode 2 because it there is just so much. Plane, explosions, reaver without scarabs, evil guy, monster and so on.




Aug 13 2010, 12:37 am Amadi Post #27



Quote from Leeroy_Jenkins
These are pretty good. One thing though, it seemed as if in the SC I version, it was a lot easier to tell what's going on; especially who is talking. I think for anyone who has seen the SC I version, this would obviously be perfectly understandable-- but I'd like to hear the opinion on this from someone who hasn't seen the SC I version. Another reason I'd like their opinion is because this map might be more liked by us because we already knew was going to happen, thus were intrigued by the variations on things.

As someone who never played starcraft, I think my opinion counts for this.

Well, all I have to say is that this whole serie was so bad that it was already good. It was worse- no, BADDER than it could've possibly be, and as a result it was good. It broke the whole goddamn definition of bad. It's a bit under half an hour of my life that I will never get back, and I am not sure if it's a good thing or not.

I would give it four out of five stars, but as I believe it is beyond this kind of categorization, I will give it one rocket instead.

:voy:



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Aug 13 2010, 1:40 am Apos Post #28

I order you to forgive yourself!

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Quote from Leeroy_Jenkins
These are pretty good. One thing though, it seemed as if in the SC I version, it was a lot easier to tell what's going on; especially who is talking. I think for anyone who has seen the SC I version, this would obviously be perfectly understandable-- but I'd like to hear the opinion on this from someone who hasn't seen the SC I version. Another reason I'd like their opinion is because this map might be more liked by us because we already knew was going to happen, thus were intrigued by the variations on things.

As someone who never played starcraft, I think my opinion counts for this.

Well, all I have to say is that this whole serie was so bad that it was already good. It was worse- no, BADDER than it could've possibly be, and as a result it was good. It broke the whole goddamn definition of bad. It's a bit under half an hour of my life that I will never get back, and I am not sure if it's a good thing or not.

I would give it four out of five stars, but as I believe it is beyond this kind of categorization, I will give it one rocket instead.

:voy:

I bet you joined the site just for this :P




Aug 13 2010, 1:41 am Alzarath Post #29

Praetor

Sweet, isn't a voyship worth like, 7 stars? xD



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Aug 13 2010, 12:40 pm Devourer Post #30

Hello

Haha, that was a good one, amadi^^



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Aug 13 2010, 11:55 pm PIESOFTHENORTH Post #31



I never even heard of this in SC1, or heard of mini moose before seeing his reaver in Mini Game Party, then when I found that this was made by that reaver that was so fat it had a gravitational pull, I knew I had to check it out.

And while I enjoyed it, everyone else in the game was like "wtf this is lame" and left.

"You're Fired" lol.



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Aug 14 2010, 12:14 am Alzarath Post #32

Praetor

Probably cuz people can't read and don't realize it's a cinematic map.



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Aug 14 2010, 3:56 pm TiKels Post #33



The robotics facility joke was really good, except anyone who hasn't played sc1 won't get the joke.

The terrain was more interesting on 2... it was INDOORS, which was an effect that I didn't realize could even be pulled off so easily... also the inside of the airplane is huge... especially the part with the tree in it. Gj on making not one, not two, but three maps that are within the first few pages. Good advertising.



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Aug 14 2010, 11:09 pm chuiu Post #34







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Aug 14 2010, 11:21 pm Generalpie Post #35

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+1 for relevance
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Aug 15 2010, 2:53 am WoAHorde Post #36



Played them all on SC2. Good to see something of quality on SC2. ^^



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Aug 17 2010, 9:03 pm Alzarath Post #37

Praetor

The Battle.net version was taken down by Arcturus Meng- Er, Blizzard. So I'll be uploading the censored version there. The one here remains uncensored.



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Aug 17 2010, 9:05 pm payne Post #38

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Lol, "See uncensored version @ http://www.staredit.net/" ;)



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Aug 17 2010, 10:23 pm TiKels Post #39



I saw that coming hah! I forgot to say something about it though...



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Aug 18 2010, 4:17 am Generalpie Post #40

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I saw that coming hah! I forgot to say something about it though...
indeed. Blizzard may as well censor SEN :3



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