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Old 03-12-2012, 02:20 PM   #1
Rigelatin

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Duke3D coop demo goes out of sync
My friend and me played a Duke3D v1.5 DOS coop game. I recorded the demo by going to the options and selecting ''Record: ON'' before chosing the level we played and ended it by quitting the game after we exited the level. The demo plays otherwise well but goes out of sync after 2 mins. Did I do something wrong with the recording or can't the game play coop demos? We're trying to get a coop demo by playing the DOS version only.
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Old 03-15-2012, 05:00 PM   #2
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Re: Duke3D coop demo goes out of sync
Here is a guide that might help.

http://dukertcm.com/knowledge-base/d...emo-usage.html
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Old 02-27-2013, 08:11 AM   #3
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My friend and me played a Duke3D v1.5 DOS coop game. I recorded the demo by going to the options and selecting ''Record: ON'' before chosing the level we played and ended it by quitting the game after we exited the level. The demo plays otherwise well but goes out of sync after 2 mins. Did I do something wrong with the recording or can't the game play coop demos? We're trying to get a coop demo by playing the DOS version only.
When was the last time you did so? I'd like to try out, when you and I are playing Duke 3D v1.5 DOS on Coop anytime
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