You can use either the AVI, MPEG or DirectShow objects to either directly point to the video, or you can load it via the event editor with these objects.
Yes, I think so.
Any way to avoid the "Out of memory! Failed to save..." error?
In the task manager says that I'm using about 1.5GB of RAM... it's really frustrating because my system has 16 GB... I know that it's because CTF is 32 bit, but is there any way around it? options?
Aside from optimizing/resizing your animations, I don't believe so.
I found out this little program and my problem is gone:
To be honest, I also cleaned my pc and updated windows... because I was getting the error as soon as I opened a frame, even after deleting a lot of stuff.
I've been monitoring the task manager and now every few minutes, the memory cleans by itself.
So, I'm not sure if it was a system error that got fix with the windows update, or if this little program did the magic.
That... sounds like a pretty useful program, actually.
Very cool find.
If it does really what it promises, it's really a useful tool!