Call of Duty: World at War

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[Modding Tutorial] Creating In-Game Bink Videos
By SparkyMcSparks
How to convert and compress videos into BIK format for the game.
 
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Introduction
First you'll need RAD Video Tools[www.radgametools.com] installed, it's a freeware video compression software.

BIK videos can be used to play as loadscreen videos or in the background of UI menus. They can also be used to play in-game as cinematics (on TVs or HUD).
Bink Video
You'll need to launch RAD Video Tools and locate the .MOV (or other format video) you'll want to use. Click Bink It on the bottom.



On the compression settings, copy the ones below.

The data rate is 1800000 bytes.



After you've got all your settings, click Blink and let your video compress.

Now you've got a BIK video that can be played in Call of Duty.
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5 Comments
^2 MagajuTheGreat Aug 8, 2015 @ 4:43am 
Instructions unclear I started nuclear war.
Agent99 Aug 3, 2015 @ 5:56am 
Yeah now i know the proper settings. I never touched them.
Taint Jan 17, 2015 @ 12:45am 
Thanks for the answer m8 :3
SparkyMcSparks  [author] Jan 16, 2015 @ 12:59pm 
Use them as loadscreen videos, menu videos, or play in-game as cinematics.

I'll update the tutorial with that information, thanks for the question!
Taint Jan 16, 2015 @ 11:33am 
What can I do with those bink files?:csgox: