To record your gameplay,
you have to you have to turn on recording feature
Below are the steps:
1. Start LF2 and choose "Recording info" at the
main menu If you cannot see "Recording info" at your main menu,
your LF2 is probably at a older version. Please go to this page
to download the latest verion of LF2.
2. Type "Your name" and "More info" (these info
will be shown when others replaying your recording)
3. You may also type "E-mail" if you want to participate in our competition. Your email will not be shown when replaying. It will only be used in competition. (In case you win in our competition, we will contact you thru your e-mail.)
4. Check the "Turn
on recording" box
5. Click "ok"
Now, recording feature is on and each of your gameplay
will be recorded automatically.
Below is an example:
1. Start LF2 and choose "Game start" at the main
2. After the loading screen, start a game by choosing
any game mode.
3. When the game starts, there is message appeared
at the bottom left corner of the screen telling
that recording is started and the recording filename
to be saved.
4. When the game ends, this message appears telling
that the recording is done.
5. However, if the game is not finished and quited
in the middle (by pressing F4). The recording will
be canceled and this message will be shown.
to playback a Recording?
1. Choose "Game start" at the main menu
2. After the loading screen, choosing "Playback
3. Select a recording and click "Open"
4. Recording will be played. In the screen, you
will see... a.
Author's info (without e-mail) b.
Game mode and difficult c.
Game time d.
Control keys - teach you how to fast forward, pause,
move the camera and quit
to manage recording files?
1. Restart LF2, choose "Recording info" at the main
2. Choose "Open the
recording files saving folder
3. A folder will be opened with all the recording
files inside. You can share your recording to your
friends by sending those files to them.
4. Also, in this folder, there is a little tool
By running it, you can generate a summary (lfr_summary.csv)
for all of your recording files. The summary file
can help you compare the results of all the recording
files without having to replay all the them one
The summary file can be open by some spreadsheet
editor such as Excel or Google Spreadsheets.
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