ovi12 wrote:supahons wrote:there is a reason for the strange format of the recordings and scenarios (age3Yrec,age3Yscn) --> copyright
if the developers would have wanted to make this knowledge public, then they would have chosen a different format, but they didn't. for instance in the scenario-editor you can only add triggers to your trigtemp file, that's all as far as ik.
the game recording is like a cassette (with more than only audio data) - you sing/play and then you can listen/watch it again. (timedelay, lag included)
legal solution: play lan-treaty games
I'm just curious, from the technical side what is actually preventing someone from seeing how the recorded gameswork?
File is very big. It contains some words which are not represented by normal alphabets we read (it looks like empty boxes). And these boxes makes it hard to extract every detail. However our devs have learnt to extract most out of it and still learning to do more. I could upload the decompressed rec file with txt format, but it is very big (>14 MB).