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how to convert .clip files to actual video files


Safety84

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hey, does anyone know how to convert .clip files to video files? I'm having trouble figuring that out

 

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MarshallRawR

I guess you're talking about the Rockstar Editor.
Render the clip you want with it, and go to:

%LOCALAPPDATA%\Rockstar Games\GTA V\videos\rendered\

The .mp4 will be in there. Don't forget to use the 'search' function next time, question has already been asked ;)
Cheers.

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I've read those posts I believe but I'm still having trouble following the instructions. by %localappdata% I'm assuming you are referring to the appdata folder in the users folder. I can not find any videos in that location

 

##Edit... might I add.. I don't see a way to "render" your clips ingame so that might be my initial problem

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MarshallRawR

I've read those posts I believe but I'm still having trouble following the instructions. by %localappdata% I'm assuming you are referring to the appdata folder in the users folder. I can not find any videos in that location

 

##Edit... might I add.. I don't see a way to "render" your clips ingame so that might be my initial problem

 

Normally you would only need to copy and paste the path I gave you like this

 

DjR6LSJ.png

 

 

 

You have to go in the Rockstar Editor to render the clip. You first have to be in Single Player,

then head up to the main menu and keep going to the right and you'll see it.

 

main_menu_v2.jpg

 

You then need to create a project, import the clips you want (and edit them if you wish). If you want to edit them in a third party software,

just put all your clips together and render them.

 

 

create_new_project.jpg

 

 

Then in the project menu, you will be able to render your clip which will be rendered as a ".mp4" in the location I gave you.

 

 

exporting.jpg

 

 

 

I hope I made everything as clear as possible. Feel free to tell me if you have any other issue.

Cheers!

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Saintdestroyer

make sure "show hidden folders" is turned on too, just to be sure.

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MarshallRawR

make sure "show hidden folders" is turned on too, just to be sure.

 

Yup, even though he should be able to access the folder just by copying and pasting, then pressing enter.

 

Also I forgot to add that you should visit this page if you need further help with the Rockstar Editor and its features.

Cheers!

 

http://socialclub.rockstargames.com/games/gtav/pc/tutorials/editor/

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