[RESOLVED]RMVXA Video files

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I am having a little problems using the video part of RMVXA. I have figured out that the program uses OGV files to read the video. I make short easy videos using windows movie maker, just logo introduction ect. which saves as WMV. Is there a way to get the program to read WMV or does anyone know of a converter I can use to voncert them?
« Last Edit: July 16, 2012, 10:06:49 AM by BloodyChaos »

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I might just be blind lol but i tried searching and I tried a couple but none of them had ogv as a convertion option, could you by chance maybe link me to one that has it? 

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They have mentioned it a few times, the reason you don't see .ogv is because it relates to HTML5.

In other words, just get the latest version.

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Oh ok so ogv also is HTML5?

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Ok it worked perfect thank just one more question, How can I make it the video full screen instead of just that little one?

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The videos in Ace should run in fullscreen and windowed mode.  If what you are trying to do is make the video fit the entire window then you will need to edit the video before converting it to ogv unless you have something that can edit videos of ogv format.  I'm not sure what free software options you have because I don't use any of them so I'm not sure what allows you to resize the videos.
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Well I made it in windows movie maker at fullscreen look at this picture in my attachments thats what it looks like idk if theres a place to edit it in the scripts or not but i couldnt even find the script for video :\

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The videos I've used have all come out perfectly fine ???


I guess you could convert the wmv file again and use the resize function to get it to a good size for RMVXA.


640x480 should be good enough.

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Worked perfect thank you D&P3,  resolved :)