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    posted a message on OBS Crashes on Capture Minecraft

    OBS Crashes on Capture Minecraft

    Using latest copy of Minecraft.
    Using latest version of OBS Studio.

    Game Capture with Hotkey (F12) or any other option.

    2 Weeks ago I was able to capture Minecraft window without issue, however, now since the new update from Minecraft and the new update from OBS, I am unable to do so. The result is as follows:



    I was able to do this just fine, I have no idea why this is happening all of the sudden. I even have on Twitch proof that I was able to record the window of minecraft before not to long ago. What causes this? I can capture any other game just fine, however, I have to restart OBS, or brute force all interactions because it appears that the gamehooking dll is still running but unable to do anything. So trying to capture a different window won't work.

    After shutting down everything obs related, it goes back to acting normal. However, Minecraft is NOT an option.


    RESOLVED

    NVIDIA failed to report in their application that there was another driver update, but not a mainstream one. Hotfixes are not included in geforce experience yet, they take 300 MB to download like any other DRIVER. A hotfix, ladies and gentlemen, is a patch that fixes a specific issue in a small data file, not an entire DRIVER update.

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    posted a message on Command Block Refuses to work?

    Command: /scoreboard players operation @p Gold += @p totalKillCount


    • Works in Chat Command
    • Does NOT work in Command Block

    LOGIC?


    Command: /scoreboard players remove @p[score_Gold_min=2000] Gold 2000


    • Works in Chat Command
    • Works in Command Block

    As you can see, the highlighted red command set does not work in my command block, WHAT GIVES?


    EDIT: Update here, when I set the command block to the other command blocks command it works. However, if I put COMMAND A back in and try it, it does not trigger, in addition. The command block becomes NULLED, as if it will no longer work. To fix this, I have destroy it, place it again and put COMMAND B back in, COMMAND A refuses to work what-so-ever. I call this a bug.

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    posted a message on EULA Revisited: an Updated Q&A From Mojang

    Just like Mods are not minecraft, so EULA has no enforcement over it. If a mod gives you the ability to have Super Powerful Weapons, or a region free from others to invade and build on and you pay for it, that is a Pay to Win server, and Pay to win exists everywhere in almost ANY game. EULA can't take it up Mojang's fanny.

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    posted a message on EULA Revisited: an Updated Q&A From Mojang
    Quote from Yohosh»

    So asking this again. It's been well over a week since mojang sent threat letters to some servers. Has anything come about it?


    Remember that post I made when they first announced this EULA thing? I repeat and Quote:

    "It is a scare tactic. NO action will be taken."

    Thus, many servers, even I will continue to make donator ranks and donation perks that will be accessible to anyone.
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    posted a message on EULA Revisited: an Updated Q&A From Mojang
    Quote from Freedomna»

    How do they have 0 power? Banning Minecraft accounts would be a good means of power.

    Minecraft accounts are not hooked to a Dedicated Server, only to the client using to play minecraft, and what I I don't have an account? LOL
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    posted a message on EULA Revisited: an Updated Q&A From Mojang
    Did anyone else notice my posts were removed? I was on to something and Mojang fell for it. So I guess I will repost it in lay man's terms: Mojang won't do a damn thing if servers don't follow these EULA rules, they have 0% power over this, 0%. They might as well start editing the server executable/java file so that it requires authentication to be able to appear/allow connections.
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from Goobt»

    I've seen other people with minecon capes in-game.

    i'm talking about non-legit, illegal copies. Which I think can't be done.
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from poiihy»

    They clearly said not to sell and/or give away capes.

    That didn't answer my question, so I take it Capes are CLIENT Sided, meaning no one else sees them except you, yourself. So what's the point?
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from Freedomna»

    Don't get me wrong, I like capes. I see Mojang's reaction was overkill, but overkill is the only way to kill something online sadly. R.I.P Cape mod.

    Aren't capes client sided if the server-sided verification fails? Sorry, I only run a server and never bothered to install the game anymore because of the stupid rules.
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from emokid1999

    nobody should blame mojang for this change. blame the greedy server owners who were selling mojang's assets.

    They are not selling any Mojang Assets, they are accepting donations so you can get a boost in your game experience. The same thing that MMO's do like Maplestory. You buy stuff to have an advantage over the free players. That is it. No also be reminded, modded servers are not mojang assests because the images, objects, bars, ores, blocks created in the mod are actually created by another author under the free license to mod the game, which the owner of a server can then also use to be limited to donor access...
    Quote from wolfenstein19

    The problem is what exactly are they gonna do? If they don't want to hire a team of people that do nothing but send out c&d notices all day then I see black for enforcing these rules.

    Exactly, this is all Bark and no Bite. I knew a few servers who are VERY POPULAR, minecraft has endless possibilties. From prison servers to simple survival, and you can make ANYTHING YOU WANT, Donor Accessable only. If I want to make a donation of 19.99 for a Fortune X, Efficiency X Diamond Pickaxe, then So be it. It is not mojang's asset I am selling. I am not selling anything, therefore I am not violating anything. The key word here is "Donations" to keep the server ALIVE, you know it costs money to play on the internet and run a pc, so much as running your own server on your own network.

    Which brings me to this...
    Quote from emokid1999

    you do realize, that mojang technically owns "your" server? they are the entire reason why you can even play the game, the least you could do is respect their wishes.

    You do realize that Mojang does not OWN my "PC" as it located between 0-1000 miles away from their grasp, which in turn, means that they do not OWN my server either. My hardware, my internet, my power, and my setup. I am using their software under FAIR USE, and I paid a "License" to use it. Also, the SERVER is free, unlike the Client which you pay for. SO I can host a server and NOT OWN minecraft at all to manage a server. Hell I don't even need to buy minecraft to play and run my server

    FACT IS, Donations to run a server has been around since multiplayer servers existed, this includes Call of Duty, Terraria, Left 4 Dead, Minecraft, god forbid, even illegal copies of mmo's like Maplestory (besides the point), but those games that provide you with a Dedicated Server client ALLOW you to host a server under your own terms and rules. The only thing I can't do:
    - Sell my server (as the entire entity) to another person/company.
    - Cannot sell my copy of the game to another person/company.
    - Cannot use content in the game to sell person/company or use the content in another software for copyright reasons.

    - Donations are optional, which means NO ONE is forced to do it. You do this on your own terms. By not donating, no one really wins.

    I am running 3 different servers, Terraria, Minecraft, and Left 4 Dead, i have not gotten a C&D or any kind of punishment yet. and I won't be getting any until the day I die or stop running those servers. So I really don't see why everyone things this EULA thing is gonna take into affect. Cause its not. Hell, I am not even banned from the forums yet, if this was such a big deal then my posts must be one heck of an offending thing to mojang.
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from McSharp1786

    I understand what Mojang is trying to do here... They are trying to make it so no one player can be the so called "god" of the server by paying a couple hundred dollars for some items. I would be fine with all of these new rules, IF they had cracked down on them in the first place. Enforcing the new rules right away would have prevented any of these issues from arising now.

    So how many server have been shut down thus for for making special features payable? I take it none, cause mine is still up and...I have these so called "god" players? What they gonna do...ban me? Hall of Shame?
    Quote from DodgeThemAll

    I kind of appreciate that Mojang is making it so that servers can't restrict features. I hate going on a server just to see someone who can do more just becuase they donated money to a server. Not that I couldn't donate, but I'm not sure I'd make a 20$ commitment to a Minecraft Server that could shut down tomorrow.

    Mojang has no control over what I do IN my server, if I call someone a "****" or whatever its my server, what I do in my minecraft world I can blow up your house to screw you over as much as I want. So I surely can prevent you from using certain features too. I think mojang is getting too greedy like microsoft.

    I bet no one realized the true intentions behind all this, Mojang started earlier a "Minecraft Realms" system, basically servers provided by Mojang themselves for you to use instead of using your home connection or NFO servers. That being said, they get the money instead of those hosts. By preventing the server owners from charging people for special features ( I bet you this includes bukkit features), you cannot give a donor access to the GIVE command that pays for it, while a normal player does not.

    Just a lame attempt to make more money, what is even more funny, this same issue arose when they made a news article about what would happen if Minecraft didn't make enough money to stay alive, they said 10 years from that point minecraft would still develop, but after that it would die. This all links to this EULA thing.

    I have not touched MineCraft since 1.6 was released, main reason is im waiting for 1.8 to get officially released. I host a server and my friend runs the donations, I didn't get a cease and desist, this is just a scare tactic, and until it really becomes out of control. I doubt Mojang will do a thing.
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from Mr_Pint

    You need to calm down lad, you can barely understand what I am saying. The property I speak of is the Minecraft copy you bought from Mojang. As stated in my previous post.


    I'm pretty calm sir, read my last post: I await my C&D. If I don't get any, its all just hoax. Thus, I continue to run the server as I please and see fit. FYI, minecraft server client is still the exact same size, last date of modification. Not violating any rules.
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from The_Fool76

    You are already dancing over that Piracy line by running your server in offline mode. It lets anyone connect even those who have pirated the game.

    Another thought to consider is that server hosts will probably update their own terms to reflect Mojang's. So all Mojang might need to do is send a note to the host and have them take your server down. (Obviously this is only an issue if you don't self-host.)

    So there are a number of things they can do to discourage most people.


    Offline mode does not verify or prove its piracy. I'm talking literally about downloading and using minecraft without paying. The whole, torrenting business. Which offline does not prove, it can be used, but does not prove.

    My point is, and with that, I leave the minecraft community because If this succeeds, minecraft will be dead in heartbeat. ( it won't, people will still charge you for what they believe in), that the server you host, where ever you host, is fully under your control. If you chose a public host, yes they will follow mojang like lapdogs, if you host it with your own money, your own dedi box, and service, mojang has no chance except to file a cease and desist order directly against you (this would hurt them more than it hurts you).

    Fact is, servers will continue to use ranks, kits, mods, plugins, to charge players to keep themselves alive, is it unfair? Maybe, is it wrong? maybe, is it unethical maybe? You are forgetting one thing, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO PLAY ON THAT SERVER. You are still in control of FREE WILL, "Choice". To choose or not to choose to play...

    100k servers, you cannot tell me that atleast one server in the world is to your liking...

    Alas, I await for my C&D letter from Mojang, Good luck fellow hosters!
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from joshpwnstango

    I also am intrigued as to how minecraft can say you're not allowed to have a charge for something added via plugins. Last I checked minecraft has no economy. How can they add any rule regarding something that had no attachment to it?


    Because this is about two things: Power and Control
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from Mr_Pint

    Report you for illegally acquiering money through someone else's property. They have control over the Minecraft copy you base your server off of.


    What property? The server? Last I checked, they do not OWN my server, this is why I do not USE REALMS. My own server box, my own hardware, my own internet connection, my own network. The only thing I am using is minecraft server.exe or java. Which is free to download on their site, on top of that, bukkit, also free...

    the rest is configurations, plugins, etc...

    No violations here, just hard coded work, I can charge for anything I want on my server, even if its a wooden sword (stupid example), I cannot however, SELL minecraft or a server...that is against the rules. It, that is like me controlling you to breath. Every time you take a breath, you have to pay me $50. I am in control here, not you.
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