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These files are the same cutscenes from the Spider-Man 2002 movie PC game, but stretched to look normal when stretched out by the game on 16:9 screens.
Just back up your existing movies folder from the game's install folder, and place these .bik files into the movies folder instead. If using the DxWnd+dgVoodoo2 method to fix cutscene distortion, and using a 16:9 aspect ratio, the cutscenes should appear undistorted when you play the game.
The game seems to be extremely unpopular so I couldn't find anything on the web:
Is there anyway to effectively disable/remove in-game cutscenes ("Coming Up"s and "Next Time"s)?
They're annoying and unskippable and simply removing them does not work: the irrelevantly TV like subtitles are still shown and then there's black screen.
THX in advance.
I have a suggestion to make especially useful for NVIDIA users. You probably already know of Nvidia Inspector. It is a software that allows creating custom nvidia profiles or modifying existing ones. It is pretty useful, it allows the user to force anti-aliasing, anisotropic filtering, vsync, ambient occlusion etc. But the most useful things in my case are anti-aliasing, SLI and ambient occlusion. Sometimes predefined NVIDIA profiles are missing some important components. Most importantly compatibility bits. There are already some compatibility bits which you can find online that allows you to enable SLI support, force SGSSAA/MSAA anti-aliasing and that kind of stuff. My suggestion is it could be pretty useful to add these compatibility bits and other nvidia inspector tweaks to pages. What do you think?
Some compatibility bits that you can find online:
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