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OverlordNZ
April 25th, 2009, 12:49 AM
http://ocr.oldmmogamers.net/gen_files/OCR_operations.mp4
OCR Steel Trilogy Operations Video (144MB MP4 Video Clip)

A video has been posted (Modern day MP4 Video) of the finished operations of the companion Interactive Industries for Silver Star Iron Mine. Video was done with NeroVision Digital Recode from a FRAPS Movie Capture.

The video shows the exact operation of Liberty Steel Works and Portside Steel Exporters. This is the end part of the trio set for the already released Silver Star Iron Mine.

This video shows iron ore loading from Silver Star Mine (and coal loading from the Auran supplied Coal Mine) that then delivers to Liberty Steel and drops off the Iron and Coal to allow Steel Girder and Coil manufacture at Liberty Steel, Custom steel cars then carry the products to Portside Steel Exporters for shipment.

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS ONLY AN OPERATION VIDEO OF HOW THE 3 INDUSTRIES WORK TOGETHER (The operations phase of these 2 industries is completed). Liberty Steel Works and Portside Steel Exporters are still under construction.

For more information see http://ocr.oldmmogamers.net/trs2004/donationware.shtml

OCR Interactive Industry Trilogy (Steel) for complete details.

These Industries are for TRS2004 SP4, will most likely work under other version but are not supported.

eso
April 25th, 2009, 12:52 AM
Downloading now :)

OverlordNZ
April 26th, 2009, 05:56 PM
To the very few that inquired, the interest in this (as shown here) is the reason these items are very low priority compared to what else is going on here. So you just have to wait till I get to it (if ever)

Cheers

sethmcs
April 26th, 2009, 10:14 PM
I tried to load the video and it failed on my system. I am very interested in seeing any steel mill layout. Could it be possible to post some screen shots of your route? After all, this is a screen shot forum.:hehe:

OverlordNZ
April 27th, 2009, 05:49 PM
http://ocr.oldmmogamers.net/trs2004/lsw/index.shtml
This won't show you the operations though

The video is MP4 (DVD Quality MPG) the should be codecs for it in the Newest Windows Media Player.

I use Nero Digital (Part of Nero 6), didn't post it as AVI because it was 4 Gigabytes