How can I add video cutscenes or in-game movies?by blendenzo
Note: Windows Only! the blenderartists forums) has developed a simple to use Python tool called "FMV-ed" to do just that (and he has generously given blendenzo.com permission to host it). Keith pointed out to me that FMV-ed doesn't actually add the video to Blender, it merely calls the Windows Media ActiveX controller needed to display the cutscene. Since this makes it a Windows only solution, Keith calls it "hardly ideal.... The correct way to do it IMO is to either manipulate the BGE directly (if possible) or load MPlayer."
The current licence is closed-source freeware, provided as is, without warranty. "I've got no problem with releasing it as GPL, except that the source code is on an old hard disk somewhere. if anyone is desperate for the source code (either v1 or v2) then I'll get around to releasing it." Download the zip file (76kb) and read the provided instructions to include video cutscenes in your game. (Keith's download page is here.)
Video Texture Player (offsite). You can post support questions or find additional help on the blenderartists thread.
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