On Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 2:57 PM, Xkeeper<xkeeper@...> wrote:
> No, what I meant was after the FM2 movie ended, the player/codec would
> not know how long to continue playing the game.
> Should it stop as soon as the FM2 ends? Then you miss the ending of
> the game in most cases.
> Should it stop 2 minutes after the FM2 ends? Then you either capture
> too much of an ending for some games, or interrupt the ending of
> Basically, there is no reliable way to tell when a game's ending
> sequence is finished playing without a human to judge, making
> set-it-and-forget-it processes impossible without some level of human
> interaction. :|
Naturally, the playback/conversion would stop when the recording
stopped - just like with an AVI. If the author wants his FM2 to play
through the credits, he should record the credits.