I had to delete 2 .wad files for doom to fit the video on my nspire
(I can always rotate between video and .wads though)
I know, the file sizes are huge. I did not even attempt to add any compression yet, I only released it in this stage because people were asking for it!
Unfortunately, I am getting this. Oh well, still amazing though.
That is strange. Make sure the "video.cvid.tns" is in the My Documents/video directory and try again. If that does not work, please email me the video file (email in my profile) so I can take a look!
How long can a video be before it's over 128 mb?
I'm not sure, I did not test it. My example takes up about half of my memory and it is around 45 seconds.
Looks great, I'll need to test it at some point. Was the process of creating videos for it made easier since last version? IIRC you had to separate all frames of an AVI file into BMP format then merge them back together using command prompt or something.
EDIT: Downloading Super is a major PITA, because it keeps looping back to the home page in some browsers and the link is hard to find on others, so here's a direct download link (copy/paste it in your address bar http://www.erightsoft.biz/GetFile.php?SUPERsetup.exe
EDIT: Ok Apcalc you definitively need to find an alternative for video compression because SUPER doesn't work properly under WIndows 7 64 bits. After the conversion finished, no BMP files are present in the newly created folder.
Sadly, I don't know of any fix for this.
I wish I could find a better way, but I have not yet found one.