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Launch Matinee into Movie Mode

Discussion in 'Level Design, Skinning and Modelling' started by TheArtfulDodger, Mar 19, 2004.

  1. TheArtfulDodger

    TheArtfulDodger New Member

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    I can make Matinee launch immediately in UT2003

    Level properties:
    Default Game Type: unrealgame.cinematicgame

    The same setup in Runtime gives me an error...
    Can't find file for package 'unreal game'

    Is this feature available in Runtime?
     
  2. oneirotekt

    oneirotekt New Member

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    The quick level designer way to do that is just make the level's PlayerStart's Event the Tag of the SceneManager... so when the player spawns into the map the event fires and the Matinee begins.

    I don't see a GameInfo called CinematicGame anywhere in the Runtime code, so I guess that's a UT2003 specific thing.

    Edit: just checked what CinematicGame does in the UT2003 code, it does a few simple things, seems like you could easily recreate that functionality with your own GameInfo in the Runtime.
     
    Last edited: Mar 19, 2004

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