OS X version*
The idea is that if you've watched the startup movies (logos, Nietzsche quotes, etc.) once or twice, there's no need to sit through them or even press the Esc key repeatedly whenever you start up a game. So this dispenses with them and drops you right to the game menu. (FWIW, I dropped Borsook a note about this,
General Note: To get this to work with EasyTutu, you must install this in both your EasyTutu and BG2 folders. Otherwise, it will find the movies in one or the other.
* OS X Note: The OS X version is packaged with WeiDU v202. Since the Mac version of WeiDU does not update itself automatically, you will need to install the updated WeiDU as described in its documentation.
BACKUP ~DisMovie/backup~ AUTHOR ~forums.gibberlings3.net/index.php?showtopic=12363~ BEGIN ~Disable Startup Movies~ <<<<<<<< .../DisMovie-inlined/Movies.bif >>>>>>>> ACTION_IF FILE_EXISTS_IN_GAME ~ar0125.are~ AND FILE_EXISTS ~Movies/MovieCD1.bif~ THEN BEGIN //BG1 PC COPY ~.../DisMovie-inlined/Movies.bif~ ~Movies/MovieCD1.bif~ END ELSE BEGIN ACTION_IF FILE_EXISTS_IN_GAME ~ar0125.are~ AND FILE_EXISTS ~Game Data/Movies/MovieCD1.bif~ THEN BEGIN //BG1 Mac COPY ~.../DisMovie-inlined/Movies.bif~ ~Game Data/Movies/MovieCD1.bif~ END ELSE BEGIN ACTION_IF FILE_EXISTS_IN_GAME ~fw0125.are~ AND FILE_EXISTS ~CD2/Movies/Movies.bif~ THEN BEGIN //Tutu COPY ~.../DisMovie-inlined/Movies.bif~ ~CD2/Movies~ ACTION_IF FILE_EXISTS ~bg1mov/MovieCD1.bif~ THEN BEGIN //Tutu PC COPY ~.../DisMovie-inlined/Movies.bif~ ~bg1mov/MovieCD1.bif~ END ELSE BEGIN ACTION_IF FILE_EXISTS ~bg1movies/MovieCD1.bif~ THEN BEGIN //Tutu Mac COPY ~.../DisMovie-inlined/Movies.bif~ ~bg1movies/MovieCD1.bif~ END END END ELSE BEGIN ACTION_IF FILE_EXISTS_IN_GAME ~ar0083.are~ AND FILE_EXISTS ~CD2/Movies/Movies.bif~ THEN BEGIN //BG2 or BGT COPY ~.../DisMovie-inlined/Movies.bif~ ~CD2/Movies~ COPY ~.../DisMovie-inlined/Movies.bif~ ~CD2/Movies/MovIntro.bif~ END ELSE BEGIN FAIL ~This component is not compatible with your game. Please ensure you're installing this on BG1, BG2, BGT or (Easy)Tutu and that the [Alias] section in your baldur.ini file points to the correct default paths for your game.~ END END END ENDEdit: code updated, downloads added.
Edited by Miloch, 08 December 2007 - 07:51 AM.