First post, by Berzerk
I'm owner of the GOG version of the 1995 fps game Killing Time. Until a few days I had problems with some ingame cutscenes not working correctly. An error message would popup when the game tried to play one of those ghost ingame cutscenes. I tested the game now with dgVoodoo 2.55.4 and it magically fixed this ingame cutscene problem. They all work fine now. The game itself works fine too. :)
However, a different problem that was not there before suddenly appeared. The intro and ending video files are looking totally broken now when dgVoodoo is being used.
Here is an example of how the intro does look when I use dgVoodoo 2.55.4 with the game: https://streamable.com/gmthp
I was talking with GOG support the last few days trying to make the cutscenes work but no luck so far. All videos are AVI files and the codec used for the currently broken videos (KTINTRO.AVI, BADEND.AVI, ENDGAME.AVI, GOODEND.AVI) is called "Cinepak" while the ghost video files (GHOST01.AVI etc.) are using the codec "RLE". Does dgVoodoo have a problem with this "Cinepak" codec? What could I try to fix this problem? Any help with this problem is much appreciated. I attached a screenshot of my dgVoodoo config for Killing Time. The system I'm running the game on is Windows 7 (64 Bit).