Nintendo Wii - Tetris Party Deluxe - Sprint Mode, Fastest Completion - 01:32.57 - Liam Cox

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  1. Nintendo Wii - Tetris Party Deluxe - Sprint Mode, Fastest Completion - 01:32.57 - Liam Cox

    05-01-2020, 10:36 AM
    Additional Video Evidence:
    vzaar-player
    Sprint Mode, Fastest Completion
    Score Trackhttps://www.twingalaxies.com/scores.php?scores=129188
    RulesSingle Player OnlySprint ModeGhost: OptionalSpecial Rules: You MUST complete the goal of 40 lines and allow your time to be displayed for a few seconds or your record/attempt will be disqualified.
    Submission MessageScreen capture of me playing Tetris on my Wii. In game timer shows 1m37s and 57ms. Obtained this as my personal best on 30/4/2020.
    Last edited by Jace Hall; 05-12-2020 at 02:17 PM.
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  2. 05-07-2020, 07:16 AM
    Welcome Liam Cox to Twin Galaxies
    Twin Galaxies does not accept just capture pictures you need a complete video game recording of your game play.
    Here are some tips on video game recording, that can help you get your video game submission adjudicated faster & voted yes, I always say the more evidence you have the better:
    1a.A lways have good lighting.
    1. Always show the game console, like your Nintendo Wii at the start of your video game recording
    2. Always do a Boot-Up On/Off when starting a new game.
    3. Always show the Game settings like track,stage,level, difficulty,ex-cetra
    4. You are allowed to have multiple record attempts on the same video game recording
    5. Make sure you record your complete game play from the start to the final stats & score or time
    6. Make sure the record ing is clear of your game and final score or time, always get a close up of you final score and time.
    7. Always review your video game recording
    8. On different regions PAL /NTSC always show the converter , somewhere on the TV screen or game console system that it a PAL/NTSC either showing 50hrz or 60 hrz on your video game recording and can be seen clearly by TG members who are adjudicating
    9. On Arcade dip switch game settings always showing either at the beginning of game play or the end of game play and make sure that it is clear enough for all TG members who
    are adjudicating can see the dip switch game settings clearly.

    Here are some links that can help you:
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanXTC View Post
    Additional Video Evidence:
    vzaar-player

    Additional Video Evidence:
    vzaar-player
    Sprint Mode, Fastest Completion
    Score Trackhttps://www.twingalaxies.com/scores.php?scores=129188
    RulesSingle Player OnlySprint ModeGhost: OptionalSpecial Rules: You MUST complete the goal of 40 lines and allow your time to be displayed for a few seconds or your record/attempt will be disqualified.
    Submission MessageScreen capture of me playing Tetris on my Wii. In game timer shows 1m37s and 57ms. Obtained this as my personal best on 30/4/2020.
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  3. 05-07-2020, 08:16 AM
    Hello. Thank you for your help. I have tried uploading the video twice however it keeps saying content unavailable. Not sure why? Could I upload it to YouTube and post the link? The video is a screen capture of the Wii via a USB capture card and not a camera pointing at the TV screen, is this OK?. I have actually increased my personal best by a fair margin too since this and I record all the play I do on this game in the way mentioned above.

    Thanks again.

    Liam.
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  4. 05-07-2020, 10:32 PM
    When you attempt to upload a video, the web page you are on will tell you what formats are acceptable for upload. Can you confirm if your format is one of the accepted?
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  5. 05-12-2020, 02:20 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by SeanXTC View Post
    Hello. Thank you for your help. I have tried uploading the video twice however it keeps saying content unavailable. Not sure why? Could I upload it to YouTube and post the link? The video is a screen capture of the Wii via a USB capture card and not a camera pointing at the TV screen, is this OK?. I have actually increased my personal best by a fair margin too since this and I record all the play I do on this game in the way mentioned above.

    Thanks again.

    Liam.
    Issue has been addressed. Video needed to be converted to use a compression format that the encoder could understand. (Not to be confused with file format. The file type was fine. The compression used, was not standard.) All fixed.
    Jace Hall
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  6. 05-12-2020, 04:43 PM
    Welcome to TG, Liam!

    Time checks out and the Sprint Mode can be coonfirmed at the end of the video. Generally for a score to be accepted, the video must show from the start up of the console, the accesing of the game, settings, etc. Since this is your first submission I'm going to vote Yes, for future submissions the evidence video should be from the beginning.

    Take a look at these different examples: using direct capture, handheld camera or both.

    https://www.twingalaxies.com/showthread.php/215101

    https://www.twingalaxies.com/showthr...-Shaun-Michaud

    https://www.twingalaxies.com/showthread.php/167956
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  7. 05-22-2020, 04:32 PM
    echoing daniel. i'm acceping, but in general i prefer bootup. not knowing to do it once isnt suspicous at all, but we do have to insist on it to catch some sneaky people out there. so i'm accepting, but do try to show boot up in the future
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  8. 05-22-2020, 07:50 PM
    VOTING YES. I concur with Snowflake. I typically abstain or even vote no sometimes on any submission that does not include a bootup, however, I (presumably like others) will give a first-time-submitter a pass on that one element of evidence, provided the rest of the evidence is there and thorough, as in this case. Honestly, I would also prefer to see the hardware as well ... it confirms you're not using emulation, which bootup alone would not reveal.

    Point of clarification: the in-game timer does indeed indicate 570 milliseconds, not 57 milliseconds as stated in the submission message. 0.57 seconds = 57 hundredths of a second (57 centiseconds) = 570 milliseconds. 1 millisecond = 0.001 seconds.
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