What about Videofiles in other languages:

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What about Videofiles in other languages:

Post by LostHero » 13 Jul 2009, 21:59

To make it short:

Do you (the team) need the original videofiles in other languages?
Or do you already have them and they are just not implemented yet in other languages?

Because if you would need them, i could offer the german files.
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Re: What about Videofiles in other languages:

Post by Zarel » 13 Jul 2009, 22:24

We have them, it's just that no one wants to ask Pumpkin for a third time if it's legal to use them, so we're not using them. :/

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Re: What about Videofiles in other languages:

Post by LostHero » 13 Jul 2009, 22:44

ok good to know! refering to a warzone2100.de news i thought they are free now.
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Re: What about Videofiles in other languages:

Post by Buginator » 26 Jul 2009, 05:50

LostHero wrote:ok good to know! refering to a warzone2100.de news i thought they are free now.
They are "free", not free. ;)

By that, I mean, basically what Zarel said.
We don't think anyone will come after them for hosting those files, but I don't think you will ever find them in debian, or any distro that feeds off of them.
and it ends here.

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Re: What about Videofiles in other languages:

Post by cybersphinx » 26 Jul 2009, 15:22

Buginator wrote:They are "free", not free. ;)
Well, last year's clarification didn't exclude any translations etc, so should cover every version of Warzone Eidos has done.
but I don't think you will ever find them in debian, or any distro that feeds off of them.
I think the main reason they won't be in Debian is the ~700 MB source package you'd need for every language version (since at least the German videos are not the same length as the English ones), it is a problem for just the English videos now.

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Re: What about Videofiles in other languages:

Post by Andreas XXL » 08 Aug 2009, 11:32

Some people like me have the original game too.

Is it possible to use the video files from there?
(In our language)

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Re: What about Videofiles in other languages:

Post by Zarel » 08 Aug 2009, 11:39

No, for like the seventeenth time. Isn't this in the FAQ?

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Re: What about Videofiles in other languages:

Post by psychopompos » 08 Aug 2009, 22:20

re-dub the english versions maybe?

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