- Screens are located in "C:\Users\USERNAME\Documents\ManiaPlanet" folder (Windows 7)
- Press * to disable HUD (if needed)
Please, don't post the original BMP captures. Use Paint.NET, Irfanview etc. to convert screenshots to JPG/PNG's. You can of course use MSPaint but the JPG quality is not very good, in my opinion.
Image hosting sites:
http://minus.com (without account, files stay stored for 30 days only)
Spotted a very nice looking section on hawkwing's Fever track. Worth a screen or two!
Here is another tutorial done by Eyebo:
eyebo wrote:In other words:
Note: It's very important to set your camera position before turning on AnchorRot or Anchoring the camera to the car. It becomes very hard to move the camera around once you do these two actions. So always choose your camera position first!
- Load a replay in the replay editor.
- Add a custom camera.
- Place the camera where you want in relation to the car.
- Turn on AnchorRot. AnchorVis will already be on by default.
- Change Anchor to Local Player or whatever ghost name you are using.
- The camera will change perspective, but it will be in the same position.
- Reframe the car by right click-dragging to change where you're looking.
- Copy the middle keyframe to the first and last keyframes of the custom camera clip by first selecting the keyframe you are copying TO, then holding CTRL and clicking the middle keyframe (which is the keyframe you're copying FROM). Do the same for the end keyframe. Select it first, then hold CTRL, and click the middle keyframe to copy it's positional data to the last keyframe.
- Now select the middle keyframe and take the shot in the editor using the in-game screenshot tool labeled BMP at the top left in the replay editor. Set the motion blur to whatever you desire and whatever you think yields the results you want. Try something like 0.10 to start with.
Also, make sure you always choose AnchorRot before anchoring the camera to the car, or else the camera will move to another position.
Here's a screenshot of the menu for quick reference:
Trackmaniack, you probably know some of those things, so don't think I'm trying to dumb it down for you, but other people might read this too and I wanted to be thorough.
Here's an example I just made using this technique: