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My work-place sequenced in Matinee [Facebook-link]

I re-created my the place where I work and did a little sequence with Matinee:

(The video is set to public, so you should be able to view it) Some things could be done better, but this is the first complete project I did UE4. Took me 3 weeks. I did the music in Reason. Hope you enjoy! :slight_smile:

No feedback?

Hey man,

The quality of the video makes it difficult to really see what you’ve made properly. Perhaps upload a couple screenshots or a higher quality video? i find that unreal engine shines in the details :slight_smile:

Yeah, the capture could be done better. I dont know how to capture the in-game only and not with the editor. I tried with NVIDIA`s ShadowPlay, but that could only capture either the whole screen or some part of it that I cant choose my self. So If anyone got some tips for capturing programs, it would be great :slight_smile:

I did my capture using ShadowPlay and I think it was pretty good (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StYIWJm62Go)

The ‘trick’ is to package your project (https://docs.unrealengine.com/latest/INT/Engine/Basics/Projects/Packaging/index.html) and then capture it.
I actually selected the ‘Allow Desktop Capture’ option on ShadowPlay because I wasn’t sure it would work on the game, but I think it works just fine.

I hope it helps! :slight_smile:

Fraps (http://www.fraps.com/download.php) will record high quality. I think they have a watermark with the free version but it’s better than nothing. As I said before, UE4 shines in the details, you’ll get the best feedback when they are more visible :slight_smile:

Software like fraps doesn’t compress very well and it will drop your fps while recording, if you have a matinee already setup just record a movie directly in the engine using the create movie button in Matinee and upload to Vimeo (better compression than YouTube). I would not recommend using Facebook to upload high quality videos.

Or you can use BaniCam to record screen regions (capture just the window) - http://www.bandicam.com/

Open Broadcaster Software is my new favorite way to save quick game captures.