You’ve managed to comb through your Slippi replays for highlights and now want to convert those SLP replays into video footage. Here’s a beginner’s guide on automatically recording your gameplay footage using OBS and Project Clippi. This guide assumes you already have the latest version of Project Clippi installed and are familiar with using it to find combos. If not, read this guide.
You’ve just finished a netplay session and have hundreds of SLP files that you need to process to make that killer combo video that’ll make you internet famous. Here’s a beginner’s guide on how you can get started with Project Clippi. Before we start, make sure you have the Slippi Desktop App installed before continuing. This guide will only cover combo curation and Dolphin playback. For a guide on screen recording your gameplay, check out the recording guide.
Needless to say, you’re gonna need Project Clippi. Go to the releases page and download the latest version for your operating system.
Since its inception, Project Clippi has evolved from just an automation framework to a must-have Slippi toolkit. The latest update brings several new features to the table. Let’s check ’em out!
Back in March, schmooblidon introduced the concept of tagging moments in game by pressing a button combination and then later using a script to find those moments again. With the latest Project Clippi update the replay processor now has the ability to find button combinations. …
Since its first public release a few weeks ago, Project Clippi has been downloaded over 200 times and has raised over AUD$100 in support of the Australian bushfires. Huge thank you to all those who have donated and those who have been supporting the project in other ways.
This blog post will highlight a few of the new features that comes with the latest v1.1.0 release of Project Clippi, which you can download here. If you don’t know what Project Clippi is, check out the announcement post.
Previously known as Combo Finder, Replay Processor now also has the ability to…
tl;dr: Project Clippi is an automation framework for Super Smash Bros. Melee. Detect an event → execute an action. Someone did a sick combo? Twitch clip it. A new game is starting? Change OBS scenes. A player died? Play a sound. Everything is open source and fully-customisable. The possibilities are endless.
It started with a thought — what if I could automatically create Twitch clips whenever a Melee combo occurred? What it became was an entire Melee automation framework. Introducing… Project Clippi.
Perhaps one of the biggest frustrations for a foreigner living in Seoul, South Korea is the apparent lack of public rubbish bins in and around bustling areas. Be it a main road filled with shops, a park, a landmark, a shopping centre, it is less than common to encounter a bin for disposing of rubbish. As a result, the main streets of Seoul are often filled with rubbish, from side walks to alleyways, and it is not uncommon to see locals also disposing of rubbish in a pre-existing rubbish pile on the side of the road. Though it is not…
An Australian software developer who studied in South Korea for a year and has a passion for languages — both programming and spoken.