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2001 - A Team Fortress 2 Odyssey

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Published on Jan 20, 2009

Well, I saw a comic on Deviant Art the other day. It was about Team Fortress 2, teleports, and a certain Stanley Kubrick movie. Being a fan of all three topics, I decided to make that comic into reality.

http://fire-crack.deviantart.com/art/...
Basically, the comic that inspired me to make this video.

Used Team Fortress 2 Source Recorder (Demo Recorder) to export a little 30 second game play footage I had made using bots and a lot of cursing. About 900 High Definition frames equaling to about 4GB later, I had my game play footage.

Next, I had to go into G-Mod and pose the Heavy in some weird positions to cover the scenes in the movie where they cut to Dave traveling at the speed of light in his ship.

Using the video editing software I got, I added the game play footage, the G-Mod Pictures, the scene from the movie, some nifty music, dialogue and sound effects from Team Fortress 2, and epileptic seizures to make what you see in front of you.

Strangely, before this video was made, I had wanted to make a Left 4 Dead video. It was too much for my computer to handle and I decided to can 28GB of raw High Definition footage. Such a sad day that was...

Obligatory credits:

Valve for making Team Fortress 2, an awesome game that can run on the shittiest of computers (mine). Also for making demo recording easier, with their Source Recorder. No need to run Fraps, no need to lower settings; with Source you can just record on the lowest settings, and then export the frames with the graphics set to max, and it works out perfectly.

Stanley Kubrick and his awesome movie. Most people hated it, but I still love it.

Music by Nine Inch Nails. Song #2 off of the Ghosts I album.

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