Immaterial and Missing Power/Replay Watcher
- 1 Th075tool
- 2 Replay Watching Tool
- 3 The Hotkeys
- 4 Editing the ReplayEx.ini file
- 5 Reference Table
This is outdated! Please use th075tool instead!
Replay Watching Tool
This handy little program allows you to do fancy stuff while watching replays, namely: Alter the speed of playback, show the inputs of a player and take screenshots of their inputs.
As of th075Caster's 11/03 release and CowCaster's 11/04 release, you must use ReplayEx 0.12 or later to correctly view replays recorded under the new desync fix.
For some reason however, it will not show inputs for an AI character and if the match wasn't completed (exited before someone won 2 rounds) you will need to close the replay manually. (Start-> Second option)
Before you begin
1. Make sure your IaMP is patched to version 1.11
2. Only works with Windows XP/2000/Vista/7. Vista may be used by setting the StackOffset value in ReplayEx.ini (and 7 needs that StackOffset to be 0x38). That does mean NO Windows 95/98/Me, though.
1. Download ReplayEx 0.15 at: http://mauve.sandwich.net/iamp/ReplayEx015.zip
2. Extract it to your IaMP directory (for example: C:\Games\Immaterial and Missing Power\)
3. Run the executable file (ReplayEx.exe)
4. Like the netplay patch, it will load IaMP and automatically send you to the Replay listing so select a replay you wish to watch.
5. Play with the hotkeys (see below)
Note: You can drag and drop replays onto the IaMP window to view them in the replay watcher. No more sifting through hundreds for the one you're looking for.
1 = Toggle Player 1 inputs display on/off
2 = Toggle Player 2 inputs display on/off
3 = Toggle between "vertically scrolling" display and "virtual pad" display
Hyphen (-) = Hold to increase the replay speed [Fast - 114 fps]
Apostrophe (') = Hold to increase the replay speed [Faster - 205 fps]
Backslash (\) = Hold to increase the replay speed [Fastest - As fast as possible]
8 = Hold to slow the replay speed [Slow - 13 fps]
9 = Hold to slow the replay speed [Slower - 7 fps]
0 = Hold to slow the replay speed [Slowest - 2 fps]
PrtScn = Press to take a screenshot (input overlay will be included, screenshot will be saved to the current directory of the ReplayEx.exe as a bmp)
Home = Cycle window size.
(Note: Speed increase for \ depends on comp specs, some computers should definately exceed 1000fps however.)
Editing the ReplayEx.ini file
So, you hate having your IaMP folder filled with random files or you despise how unfriendly the hotkeys are to your replay viewing experience? Then read on!
Enabling Vista / 7
For Vista, just remove the "#" on the StackOffset=0x20 line. Done! For 7, remove the # and change the StackOffset=0x20 to StackOffset=0x38.
Moving the tool to a directory other than the IaMP directory
1. Extract the zip to the directory of your choice
2. Open the ReplayEx.ini file in notepad or whatever text editor you use
(Note: Depending on your Windows language setting, you will either see a poetic dispersion of kanji or a brutal slaughterhouse of disfigured wingdings. This does not matter.)
3. Scroll down to the [ReplayEx] subtitle (It's the first one, so you don't actually need to scroll at all.)
You should see one of the following:
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5. Save the file, close it and you're done!
Changing the hotkeys
1. Open the ReplayEx.ini file in notepad or whatever text editor you use
2. Scroll down to the [KeyConfig] subtitle
3. See those hex values? (0x31, 0x32, etc.) These are what you need to change, so...change them!
So say you wanted to change the visual display type hotkey from "3" to Spacebar, you would edit "TypeChange = 0x33" to "TypeChange = 0x20
(See below for a reference table; if you're having trouble finding the value for A-Z since the table provided is quite vague, use google)
4. Save the file, close it and you're done!
Newer versions of ReplayEx support the ability to configure the window size, but some fiddling has to be done.
Included in replayEx015 is fake_d3d8.dll, just rename this to d3d8.dll when you copy it to the IaMP directory. Once you do this, IaMP will always be a resizable window, even when replayEx is not running.
Now, for specific window sizes, open up ReplayEx.ini again and look at the [window] section. Uncomment the window sizes that you want to use, or set your own sizes manually. Then just press the Home key while replayEx is running to cycle through the resolutions you have set.
- 0 - 9 : 0x30 - 0x39
- (10キー): 0x60 - 0x69
- A - Z : 0x41 - 0x5A
- - : 0xBD
- ^ : 0xDE
- \ : 0xDC
- / : 0x6F
- * : 0x6A
- - : 0x6D
- + : 0x6B
- RETURN : 0x0D
- SHIFT : 0x10
- CONTROL : 0x11
- PAUSE : 0x13
- SPACE : 0x20
- END : 0x23
- HOME : 0x24
- LEFT : 0x25
- UP : 0x26
- RIGHT : 0x27
- DOWN : 0x28
- INSERT : 0x2D
- DELETE : 0x2E
- HELP : 0x2
ShowInput1 = Show Player 1 inputs
ShowInput2 = Show Player 2 inputs
TypeChange = Toggle between "vertically scrolling" display and "virtual pad" display
rapid1 = Hold to increase the replay speed [Fast - 114 fps]
rapid2 = Hold to increase the replay speed [Faster - 205 fps]
rapid3 = Hold to increase the replay speed [Fastest - As fast as possible]
slow1 = Hold to slow the replay speed [Slow - 13 fps]
slow2 = Hold to slow the replay speed [Slower - 7 fps]
slow3 = Hold to slow the replay speed [Slowest - 2 fps]