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#1 Flying_Falcon

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Posted 25 January 2020 - 20:44

Would someone be able to explain how to upload screenshots, and the RoF built in recordings?

 

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#2 Panthercules

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Posted 25 January 2020 - 20:54

Not sure about the videos/recordings, but screenshots are easy.  You need to use the full editor option, where it gives you the ability to select a file from your PC, upload it, and then add it to the post.  The screen looks like the following:

 

 

Attached File  RoF - adding images.jpg   221.5KB   0 downloads

 

Attached File  RoF - adding images2.jpg   221.14KB   0 downloads

 

The screenshots should be .jpg files, totalling less than 10 MB, to save room on the Forums.


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#3 Flying_Falcon

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Posted 26 January 2020 - 00:28

Thank you for your help!

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#4 FourSpeed

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Posted 07 February 2020 - 19:24

For Track Files, it's more complicated.

 

The reason is that RoF needs to keep data from the mission / map you were flying on, in addition to the actual "track" file itself.  

 

So, the tracks are stored under the  ...\data\Tracks  folder in your RoF installation area.  In each case, there will be:

 

1>  The actual track file, ie.  --->  Dogfight.2019-06-17_21-19-27_00.trk

2>  A Track Folder,  ie.         ---->  ...\data\Tracks\Dogfight.2019-06-17_21-19-27_00

3>   -- within that folder will also be:

       -- Mission Files  (the exact same mission files you'd download from an MP server, if the track was created in MP, OR, whatever mission files it needs for a FlyNow or Career Mission)

       -- camera.tc       (which I presume has the various camera data that is needed for the recording)

 

You need to include all of that for it to be usable by anyone else. So, it's best to just make a zip file of your Track and its associated Folder.   

 

I included a quick little example track with my Tripe in the FlyNow mission.   Hope that helps!

 

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#5 Flying_Falcon

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Posted 07 February 2020 - 20:23

Thank you for explaining it! :icon_e_smile:


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