Question about in game cut-scenes

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Question about in game cut-scenes

Post by Sboehm4 » 3 months ago

Hey everyone :) it's nice to see avid people out there still playing this amazing game. I have one question that I'm hoping someone can help clear up for me. For some reason the cut-scenes are really low res compared to the actual game play. I'm running the game in 1920x1080 like everyone is with no issues besides the cut-scenes. I'm going to guess this is something that is unable to be changed due to the game being from 2002. If there is a way to fix it could someone please let me know. Thanks so much :smile:

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Re: Question about in game cut-scenes

Post by Rise2Shine » 3 months ago

You could try to rightclick on Bond2.exe, select properties, compatibility. Select compatibility mode for windows xp sp3. This fixes most issues with movies. I am however not sure if this fixes issues such as low res.

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Re: Question about in game cut-scenes

Post by Sboehm4 » 3 months ago

Hmm I'll try that and see if it helps in a bit :). Thanks :D

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Re: Question about in game cut-scenes

Post by Kenny.tw » 3 months ago

Cut scenes are not actual in-game footage. They are pre-recorded movie files. They have a resolution of 512x384.
A possible fix would be to resize the movie files, but it would do no good to the quality.

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