Ps2 Game Footage

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Ps2 Game Footage

Postby windy78 » Sun Apr 27, 2003 10:09 pm

I really, really need help! I've read the guides about capturing ps2 footage and searched for other threads talking about this subject but I am still confused. How exactly do you capture ps2 footage (ie. Final Fantasy X?). What kind of software do you use to capture the footage? I've downloaded ps2play but it doesn't seem to work so I tried some other programs, but unfortunately, I still don't understand. Can anyone help me out here? I would very much appreciate it! Thanks!

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hmmm...

Postby sable_enforcer » Tue May 06, 2003 7:15 pm

For me, it was impossible to load FFX clips into adobe premiere, but for my friends...they had to ask the company for clips, cuz you know, in order to make amv's that are legal you need to ask the company FOR their clips...instead of using downloaded anime series or burned games. So basically all I know is that you have to ask the company somehow for these ps2 clips. lol sorry if that's not of help ^^;;

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Postby TokyoU15 » Tue May 06, 2003 7:31 pm

First you need the proper hardware to capture footage. Dude, read the guides very carefully. People are only going to tell you what the guides say.
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Postby Bushido Philosopher » Thu May 08, 2003 10:16 pm

Look for something called FFX2MOV.

It will be on a Japanese site so hope that you can understand it. But I think you can still find your way around. If not, I can send it to ya.

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But be warned that this will only give you the pre-rendered cinema scenes. Real-time generated footage you'll have follow TokyoU15's advice and get a capture card. That's really the true solution to video game footage. But for FFX this'll do I think.
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Postby ismhawk » Fri May 09, 2003 8:47 pm

in my case, i captured the footage using my ATI all in wonder, and i just link my video cable from my PS2 into my video in. the only hard part was getting to the end of the game, so i can go and review my "memories" (as the were called in the game) in Luca.....
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Postby friezat2 » Sat May 10, 2003 8:22 am

Someone posted a question about the format of ripped FFX Videos in this forum, and left a link for people to download the videos. I downloaded the footage and used it with WMM and my videos turned out pretty good. But I have an ATi All in Wonder Radion 7000 and when I have my PS2 or PSOne the quality truly sucks.
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Re: Ps2 Game Footage

Postby Knowname » Wed May 14, 2003 1:59 pm

windy78 wrote:I really, really need help! I've read the guides about capturing ps2 footage and searched for other threads talking about this subject but I am still confused. How exactly do you capture ps2 footage (ie. Final Fantasy X?). What kind of software do you use to capture the footage? I've downloaded ps2play but it doesn't seem to work so I tried some other programs, but unfortunately, I still don't understand. Can anyone help me out here? I would very much appreciate it! Thanks!


I use PSSplex for everything that's NOT FFX, FFX is a special one it is :shock:. many fmvs are realtime though so you may need a capture card.

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Postby sepatooth » Sun May 18, 2003 9:55 pm

http://www.geocities.co.jp/Hollywood/4205/ there ya go. That's the link to the FFX movie ripper. I dont know what to do about any other ps2 games.
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Postby windy78 » Tue May 27, 2003 6:09 pm

Wow, thanks for all your help! I appriciate it very much and I will look into a capture card.

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Postby Cole » Sun Jun 01, 2003 1:44 am

My method for capturing game footage is a bit unorthodox, but I didn't wanna upgrade to a vidcapture card (I already have a Radeon Pro 9000). I simply loop the analog connection into my digital video camera, then plug a firewire connection from the camera to the PC and use windows movie maker to make DV avi's. But you need a decent sized hard drive with lots of empty space. Just a few minutes of high quality DV will eat up over a gig. Sadly, that will obviously only work if you have a digital video recorder.

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Postby Toxie_punk » Sun Jun 01, 2003 9:26 pm

Before I had to reset my computer I had a program that would directly rip the movie scenes from video games but I can't remember the name of the program. Does anyone know the name of a program which does that? I know theres other ways of doing that but making a vid consumes enough time without having to make a recording of playing the video game until you get to the part you need.

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Postby Cole » Mon Jun 02, 2003 3:14 am

The only one I ever knew of was PSXVideo, but that only works on PSone discs, and not all of them.

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Postby windy78 » Sun Jun 08, 2003 1:17 am

i'm just curious, why is FFX scenes so hard to capture?

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Postby gothicknight » Sun Feb 13, 2005 11:01 pm

I too cant seem to find anything to help rip my video game movie clips, I found one but all it will do is rip FF8 and 9 I want one to do 10 10-2 7 and possibly Kingdom hearts. Can anyone think of something they havent listed yet?

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Postby Tono_Fyr » Sun Feb 13, 2005 11:24 pm

My friend wrote an article *specifically* for getting PS2 footage. I'm trying my best to find it. I'll let you know how it goes once I actually get there.

I will post a copy as soon as I can get it. The site he had it hosted on isn't working (go figure) so yeah :/


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