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Wangan Midnight Expressway Forums > Video Resources > WMMT3DX Yokohane Line Time 2'47"518 Good Quality


Posted by: Frog Nov 26 2009, 04:15 AM
YOUTUBE ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KghvgvQV88 )

Posted by: ABRD Nov 26 2009, 06:19 AM
Such good quality! ( the video )

How did they shoot that?

Posted by: Paladinoras Nov 26 2009, 06:25 AM
Is that a new record?

Posted by: Frog Nov 26 2009, 06:50 AM
i check the japan ta ranking he is like top 5 if i never remember wrong.

Posted by: Paladinoras Nov 26 2009, 07:21 AM
QUOTE (Frog @ 31 minutes, 11 seconds ago)
i check the japan ta ranking he is like top 5 if i never remember wrong.

The number 1 guy don't have a video..?

Posted by: Jerry Liu Nov 26 2009, 10:56 AM
QUOTE (ABRD @ 4 hours, 37 minutes ago)
Such good quality! ( the video )

How did they shoot that?

Japanese machines have a feed to directly record.

Posted by: MoneyMarv Nov 26 2009, 02:37 PM
QUOTE (Paladinoras @ 7 hours, 15 minutes ago)
The number 1 guy don't have a video..?

MAYBE he dont want no1 to take his line or setup or whatever the hell it is lol.

MAYBE. biggrin.gif

Posted by: blackcyborg009 Nov 26 2009, 07:19 PM
QUOTE (Jerry Liu @ 8 hours, 22 minutes ago)
Japanese machines have a feed to directly record.

Oh is that so? But most of the brand new DX cabinets we have here are also made by Namco Japan? Shouldn't we have the AUX port as well?

Posted by: Jerry Liu Nov 26 2009, 07:29 PM
No, you got international cabinets.
I'm talking about the ones with Japanese language, Gemballas, smoke when taking a turn, etc.

Posted by: Geo Nov 26 2009, 09:38 PM
QUOTE (Paladinoras @ Today, 2:21 AM)
The number 1 guy don't have a video..?

Not everyone takes videos of their runs. HAMAN is the fastest for C1 OB and Nagoya, but there are no videos of his runs at all.

Posted by: blackcyborg009 Nov 26 2009, 10:35 PM
QUOTE (Jerry Liu @ 3 hours, 5 minutes ago)
No, you got international cabinets.
I'm talking about the ones with Japanese language, Gemballas, smoke when taking a turn, etc.

Now that you mention it, I was wondering why their is smoke coming from his tires. Heh, I guess all we get are skidmarks only tongue.gif

Posted by: spl Nov 26 2009, 10:57 PM
QUOTE (Jerry Liu @ Today, 4:56 AM)
Japanese machines have a feed to directly record.

Can you confirm this? Japanese have done direct feed videos for years and years since the 80s by simply splitting the video output in the cab to run on another (normally very big) screen. This is normally used in tournaments/contents etc. This way they can also route it thru receivers and video recorders, etc.

Unless you have an actual picture of this so called output port I don't believe it exists.

Anyone in any country can make a video like that provided they have the equipment and the access to the inside of the cabinet.

Posted by: Geo Nov 26 2009, 10:59 PM
QUOTE (spl @ 1 minute, 22 seconds ago)
Can you confirm this? Japanese have done direct feed videos for years and years since the 80s by simply splitting the video output in the cab to run on another (normally very big) screen. This is normally used in tournaments/contents etc. This way they can also route it thru receivers and video recorders, etc.

Unless you have an actual picture of this so called output port I don't believe it exists.

Anyone in any country can make a video like that provided they have the equipment and the access to the inside of the cabinet.

Knowing the Japs giving everyone else something that ain't as good as theirs, maybe their internal machinery is just easier to get around.

Posted by: spl Nov 26 2009, 11:06 PM
QUOTE (Geo @ 7 minutes, 38 seconds ago)
Knowing the Japs giving everyone else something that ain't as good as theirs, maybe their internal machinery is just easier to get around.

Hmm well it's quite simple.

Look at this pic: This is Sega Lindbergh which is almost identical to the hardware MT3DX runs on.

user posted image

See the video output??? Just a simple splitter between that and the monitor will work.

Posted by: Paladinoras Nov 26 2009, 11:32 PM
QUOTE (Geo @ 1 hour, 53 minutes ago)
Not everyone takes videos of their runs. HAMAN is the fastest for C1 OB and Nagoya, but there are no videos of his runs at all.

Sadly... I wanna check out their lines. Even JAKIE's C1 OB video has been removed.

Posted by: Jerry Liu Nov 26 2009, 11:34 PM
QUOTE (spl @ 37 minutes, 3 seconds ago)
Can you confirm this? Japanese have done direct feed videos for years and years since the 80s by simply splitting the video output in the cab to run on another (normally very big) screen. This is normally used in tournaments/contents etc. This way they can also route it thru receivers and video recorders, etc.

Unless you have an actual picture of this so called output port I don't believe it exists.

Anyone in any country can make a video like that provided they have the equipment and the access to the inside of the cabinet.

Why else would we only see the Japanese videos with quality this good?

From what I've read it, it's in the back or the bottom or something.

Posted by: spl Nov 27 2009, 04:32 AM
QUOTE (Jerry Liu @ 4 hours, 57 minutes ago)
Why else would we only see the Japanese videos with quality this good?

From what I've read it, it's in the back or the bottom or something.

Yeah that's what I mean. They obtain this quality by splitting the output directly from the cab. I have not heard of an actual output on a cabinet before, remember there must be at least 2 (3 for stereo) outputs also so you can have audio too.

Posted by: blackcyborg009 Dec 2 2009, 10:25 AM
On second thought guys, it might be possible after all:

user posted image

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Posted by: Jerry Liu Dec 2 2009, 01:06 PM
Where is that?

Posted by: xeoreg Dec 2 2009, 08:46 PM
QUOTE (Jerry Liu @ 7 hours, 39 minutes ago)
Where is that?

namco station, causeway bay, hong kong

Posted by: Frog Dec 5 2009, 06:09 AM
anyone knows it's setup?

Posted by: bo093 Dec 16 2009, 09:40 PM
To set up a TV or Project connecting to a DX cab is kind of easy. Well but take times.

Is like connecting you PC to the TV
Except is not HDMI but the standard PC connection.
I can't tell more. Because I didnt see everything what they did to connect the projectors. pinch2.gif

Posted by: Ram Dec 18 2009, 08:11 AM
QUOTE (bo093 @ Dec 16 2009, 09:40 PM)
To set up a TV or Project connecting to a DX cab is kind of easy. Well but take times.

Is like connecting you PC to the TV
Except is not HDMI but the standard PC connection.
I can't tell more. Because I didnt see everything what they did to connect the projectors. pinch2.gif

the thig is do we have it in our own machine.. as in is it outside or inside?

Posted by: bo093 Jan 24 2010, 02:03 PM
is inside. under the seat.

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