What is this referring to? All versions of Prophecy include the 3dfx graphics. And they were released when Voodoo 1 was still the best you could get, so there is no benefit to linking Voodoo 2s.Well, it's good the GOG version features the 3dfx graphic enhancements. But if you want to get those work on a Voodoo system you might need two Voodoo 2's and have to combine them in order to get 2x 8 MB of graphics memory and to empore the calculation power.
Are you saying the GOG version comes with a glide wrapper? I don't recall it having that, but even if so, the easiest way to get a 16 meg 3dfx setup is probably to install a Voodoo 3 cards. I believe the Voodoo 5 went all the way up to 128 megabytes.I was referring to 2 aspects. First, the GOG version of Prophecy comes readily patched to bring the 3dfx, players in former days only got when they were using a Voodoo graphics card. Second, I once was planning to revive a PC with old hardware and to put in 2 Voodoo 2s which should give me the best graphics and performance result you could get with such an old hardware like Pentium 2 or so. Lastly I gave up the plan having the opportunity to play the game in a more convenient way.
I did a complete install of the CD upgrade patch by itself, with WC4 completely deleted from my hard drive. If i don't use the this patch 3 error messages pop up saying:
-Error: An object or name was not found
-DXMCI Error: Error loading video
-Missing movie: c:\vob\sc_0010a.dll
I've been trying to get the HD video to work for my GOG copy of WCIV, and I've run into the problem from the old thread here:
I'm not sure why it's doing this, especially since the GOG version is the DVD version, which is what the HD patch was meant to upgrade. Any thoughts??
Addendum: Issue has been fixed. You will need to get the codecs referenced in the first Zip file.
I actually think, comedy aside, that this looks pretty cool in some shots.
Yeah, I massively overdid it for comedic effect - and the "blinking" and wobbling could be fixed with closer attention. But My God that would be so much workTo the naysayers: Well, of course ODVS overdoes it greatly in many instances, especially with the fact that many of the lights "blink". But one cannot help but notice that the stark contrast certainly gives a few shots a very interesting, dare I say it, cinematic look. Seconds 11 to 14 for instance, or 1:16 to the end...