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What is War2BNE InSight?

War2BNE InSight records Warcraft II Edition (version 2.02) games that you play on and lets you view replays of these games.
Games can be recorded while you play (see How to record a game).
To view a replay, you create a special game in which War2BNE InSight controls all units leaving you in a watcher role (see How to view a replay).

War2BNE InSight is neither affiliated with nor supported by Blizzard Entertainment.
According to the Terms of Use Agreement you may NOT use War2BNE InSight, since it is a third-party software (see Legal notes).
If you use War2BNE InSight, you use it at your own risk.

Inspired by the replay features included in Starcraft and Warcraft III I have developed War2BNE InSight to provide Warcraft II Edition (version 2.02) with an as similar as possible replay feature (see Features).

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And here's version compatible with GOG war2: [url=][/url]
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Which one? Deguero or ftp war2 ru?
That is not Warvideo:
Warvideo is completely different tool for similar purpose: recording/playing games:

War2InSight acts like "save replay" in starcraft engine, it's replay is a queue of ingame commands for each player. So, to playback you should start war2, create new game, select the same map, select computer opponents and start. Then you will be able to scroll tha map and see how all the units run through the map and do what they did do in recorded game.
Usual replay size is about 50-100-200 Kb.

Warvideo records what happened on your war2 screen while playing. How you clicked mouse, sent units to their jobs, etc. Similar as streaming game.
Replay size can reach hundreds of Mb.

Both tools are poplular in war2 community: some players prefer War2InSight, some other prefer Warvideo.
And some people use both.
Post edited May 15, 2019 by ilwar2