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Haz-e

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Just a quick question to those of you who have character graphics taken off of 'No Mercy' or 'Wrestlemania 2000' (I can't tell which) for the N64: In order to get those did you use a digital camera to just take a picture while you were playing it or is there some other, darker method that i'm not aware of?
 

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I believe that's what the emulator is for. To play the game on the computer, create the character, and then it's saved, and you can get it from the computer..... so uhh.... I'm pretty sure that's how it works.

I myself, used a non flash digital camera and took the picture straight off my flat screen from the smackdown games on PS2. My best characters were in Here Comes the Pain, because SMD vs. Raw had terrible options in CAW mode. Not enough things to do, and designs for clothes.... So I used to have pictures of some characters in EUWC, on my old computer that I never got to show people. Which sucks, because if I remember correctly.... they were pretty sweet pictures too.

JS
 

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Jay_Smash said:
I believe that's what the emulator is for. To play the game on the computer, create the character, and then it's saved, and you can get it from the computer..... so uhh.... I'm pretty sure that's how it works.

I myself, used a non flash digital camera and took the picture straight off my flat screen from the smackdown games on PS2. My best characters were in Here Comes the Pain, because SMD vs. Raw had terrible options in CAW mode. Not enough things to do, and designs for clothes.... So I used to have pictures of some characters in EUWC, on my old computer that I never got to show people. Which sucks, because if I remember correctly.... they were pretty sweet pictures too.

JS
Where can I get this mysterious and elusive emulator?

And I know what you mean, I made TT on Day of Reckoning for the GC but have no means of transfering him to this computer =(.
 

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Depends on the computer...

Me, I can hook up my N64 to my comp, cause I have the Window's Media Digital Center. There's a second delay, but you could easily pull up the character models you need and hit the "Prt Scr" key and paste it to any image editting software.

...or, you could use the digital camera. Do what you gotta do.
 

Haz-e

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RStrawsma said:
Depends on the computer...

Me, I can hook up my N64 to my comp, cause I have the Window's Media Digital Center. There's a second delay, but you could easily pull up the character models you need and hit the "Prt Scr" key and paste it to any image editting software.

...or, you could use the digital camera. Do what you gotta do.
That program doesn't come with XP Home does it?

This might prompt me to finally get a digital camera, hmmm.
 

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Some of those are pretty hot; the new Nero one, the CathAlucard one and the Sean Taylor one in particular.
 

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