Guide Watching Your Replays

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  1. Gehenna

    Gehenna Moderator

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    You may not have known, but you can actually watch and edit videos of your past games. All of them.
    Edit (thanks @iPlayGoodGames): It seems that you can only view up to your last 50 games. It is unknown if there is a certain time period until a replay gets deleted.


    Here's how you do it:
    First go to the replay tab, then select Post a Play.
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    Next, select one of your replays and select Begin Editing.
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    From here, you can skip to any time frame in the video, watch in slow time, turn on and off hud, etc.
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    Hope this helped!
     
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  2. iPlayGoodGames

    iPlayGoodGames New Gamer

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    Watching own reps is importing for improving skills. Appreciated.
     
  3. razzilb

    razzilb New Gamer

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    Oh wow, did not know this. Thanks for sharing!
     
  4. iPlayGoodGames

    iPlayGoodGames New Gamer

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    Just one thing
    I believe you can't watch older replays then 2 days, or something about 30 last matches (not sure).
     
  5. Gehenna

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    I can confirm that you are correct. I just took the time to properly count, and I can only see my last 50 matches. I can see matches that I've had 4 days ago, so I'm not sure about the time limit, but there is definitely a certain cutoff point. Thanks for the correction :)
     
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    Eddy167 New Gamer

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    Nice information! Any chances on having replay as a saved file to be downloaded and so on?
     
  7. Gehenna

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    I'm currently unaware of any way to download replays. I'll look into it (the game files) and see if I can find anything.
    It's probably the case the the videos aren't actually saved in the local files, so I doubt there's any way to get them outside a way in-game.
    Edit: I suppose you could always screen-record watching the replays ;)
     
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    Awesome, I can improve my strategies with thia
     
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    Thanks for sharing, really good info.
     
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    Dude, this is genius. I can learn to improve by watching my mistakes. Seriously, this is an awesome feature
     
  11. RichHeart

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    It's actually a very good feature in the game. I come from HoN and Dota, and everyone who's good at these games can tell you that one of the best ways to get better is to analyze your own plays and find your own failures.

    Problem is that it's a very tedious process when a match can be an hour long. But in a game like Battlerite the faster pace makes sure you can easily do the same without it feeling like a chore. Good job by the devs to encourage people to watch and share their plays. If they can't find their mistakes, someone else will of course gladly point them out.
     
  12. Econael

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    Replays are in Steam\SteamApps\common\Battlerite\Battlerite\ClientReplays

    I see only exactly 50 replays in there, so I guess the game client deletes the old ones.

    You can probably copy them to save them and then put them back in (taking care that they are <= 50) to watch old ones, as long as they are from the current patch.

    Easiest way would be to write yourself a .bat file which copies the replays and then starts the game client (assuming you don't play more than 50 games in one session, otherwise you'd need a file directory watcher).
     

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