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2-07-2011 @ 11:07AM
Is there anywhere to rewatch in-game cutscenes other than leveling a new character?
2-07-2011 @ 11:19AM
you can find them on youtube I'm sure, and I know Wrathgate let you talk to one of the dragons where it happened to rewatch it, other than that I don't think so
2-07-2011 @ 11:21AM
2-07-2011 @ 11:47AM
i'm not sure if all the in-game cut-scenes are in there or not (at work right now, so i can't verify this), but i know that on the login screen, there's a "cinematics" button that brings up a list of many pre-rendered videos, including all the "trailers" for each expansion that pay the first time you log in after updating...you might wanna check in there for them.
2-07-2011 @ 12:34PM
Youtube? For the Wrathgate cutscene, you can watch it by talking to Alexstraza at the Wrathgate, and the end of the Lich King can be seen at the fountain in Dal.
2-07-2011 @ 12:46PM
If you want to rewatch any of the Uldum cutscenes, just pop in your Indiana Jones DVDs.
2-07-2011 @ 1:48PM
KMPlayer is capable of playing the files, I'm not sure exactly how they are encoded but KMPlayer has the codec to play the WoW cinematic movies.So download KMPlayer, then go to your World of Warcraft Folder and open Data/Interface/Cinematics.You'll see all of the various in-game cinematics there as .avi files. Open them w/ KMPlayer and you're set.
2-07-2011 @ 2:46PM
It depends on what cut-scenes you are talking about.Cut-scenes like Wrathgate, The Fall of the Lich King, or the Goblin/Worgen zone endings, yes, you might be able to watch them using that player talked about above because they are actual movies (an actual file to play).But cut-scenes that are used majorly in the Cataclysm 80-85 zones are not movies. It is real ingame action playing out in a phased zone. The "camera" in those cut-scenes is the same one that you always have behind you in regular play. In the cut-scenes that camera is disconnected from its usual place and is moved around to show you the different angles of the cut-scene.
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