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PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 1:09 am    Post subject: Battlerecorder

Battlerecorder is something the server has already established, so you do nothing when you join, it's usually already turned on

Battlerecorder is just that.. it records all the map gameplay

you can view all players or even learn tactics

All you have to do is download your last game and play it Smile

Go to Community section of 2142 menu, click Battlerecorder, and it'll show the files of the recorded matches depending on how many you play. Click to download them. Once d/l'd, click the play button.


Below are the commands that can be used while playing back a Battlerecorded file

As well as using the 'Q' and 'T' keys to control the playback of a recording,
you can also use a set of keyboard shortcuts:

- Keys 1 - 9
Change the playback speed.

- Toggle Free Camera / Player Camera
Alt Fire Key. By default this is the Right Mouse Button.

While in free camera mode:

- W, A, S, D
Move forwards, backwards, strafe left and right.

- Double Tap W
Move camera quickly. Alternatively you can hold the Sprint key.

- Crouch / Prone
Move camera up and down.

- Mouse
Rotate camera.

While in the player follow camera mode:

- Space bar
Next / previous player.

- W and A or the mouse scroll wheel
Zoom camera in and out.

- Crouch / Prone
Tilt the camera up and down.

- Mouse
Rotate camera around the player.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 26, 2007 2:52 am    Post subject: Re: Battlerecorder

The battlerecorders quite good because you can see your self own other players. lol Razz
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