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Ferret

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  1. The patch is completely optional.
  2. After talking with a few, I did get a reliable source for this and I can confirm that BluySY did indeed pass away. Condolences to his family.
  3. @mc_millian 1. Start 2. Type: explore.exe - then press <Enter> 3. Copy this text ---> C:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\Command and Conquer Red Alert II Paste the text you copied into the bar on the diagram. Navigate over to: https://cncnet.org/red-alert-2 - Download the CnCNet client installer. It should be a huge orange button, you can't miss it. - Proceed to run the installer once it has completed downloading. - Install it like normal. - Once it's done installing it'll automatically run the client. 1. Click onto the Custom Game button. It should bring you to the CnCNet lobby. Connect to it using any name. 2. Once you've connected at least once, exit the lobby and return to the main menu screen. You'll be prompt to run an update, click: Yes. You'll be fully updated! Click on the Skirmish button and you'll be on your way. Enjoy! -Ferret
  4. @trunkskgb Copy these settings exactly and run OpenGL and it should work no problem. Obviously put whatever resolution you wish to use.
  5. Looks good to me. Malwarebytes is a great direction to turn to.
  6. @Sentinel12 What's the URL to your stream? I'll get your channel added. Streaming Tiberian Dawn Objective 1: Configure Tiberian Dawn settings Objective 2: Create a Display Capture source (layer) on OBS Objective 1 Start: Configuring the settings 1. Run the launcher 2. Click Settings 3. Change the Renderer under the drop-down menu to "OpenGL" 4. Proceed to "Advanced settings" NOTE: You can also access game settings once you're on the CnCNet client in the top-left [Settings] -> [Tiberian Dawn] Objective 1 Continued: Configuring the settings Copy these settings exactly. 1. Check "Use CnC-DDraw (enables advanced options)" 2. Check "Custom" 3. Enter in 1024 x 576 NOTE: 1024x576 is a 16:9 ratio and will scale perfectly with your 1080p display (1920x1080, 16:9). 4. Check "Stretch to custom resolution:" 5. Enter in 1920x1080 6. Under the "Scaling filter:" drop-down menu, select the "xbrz-freescale" filter 7. Check "Interpolate (smooth)" 8. Check "Back buffer in video Memory" 9. Check "Automatically adjust mouse sensitivity to resolution" Objective 1 Complete: Configuring the settings Objective 2 Start: Adding a Display Capture source 1. Click this button here (Add Source) 1. Select "Display Capture" 1. Select your main display (the monitor you'll be playing the game on) NOTE: If you have only 1 monitor, there will only be 1 available selection. 1. Make sure the layer is visible Objective 2 Complete: Adding a Display Capture source End result: Great mouse response, no lag while streaming, and clear visuals to both yourself and the end user on Twitch.
  7. If the install was recent, they're in there. Check under Category, then select Aftermath. If you're looking for a very specific custom map, I can recover it for you. Just let me know.
  8. Is every system in that home connected to the same router? Whether or not it's a physical or wireless connection, doesn't matter in this case. As long as you are all on the same network, you'll be okay. After that, run the LAN mode and you'll be good to go.
  9. Yeah it turned out quite nicely.
  10. Right! I always forget that it's an option.
  11. That price range is plenty enough to get what you’re trying to achieve. I can compile a list of components for you that you can order.
  12. Despite its long read, I'd encourage you to read the whole entire thing. It really helps put a different perspective on map making, and how much of a powerful tool that it can be.
  13. You're welcome. Feel free to hop into our Discord as well: https://discord.gg/cAshNrE If you have any other questions about OBS, let me know.
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