Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I did this by setting the source to specific window instead of any full screen application There's no way to tell which minecraft is which, so guess, check, and guess again. If I can, then how exactly? Probably should have posted this in Staff Support. Cookies help us deliver our Services. Press J to jump to the feed. Otherwise you get a lot more a jarring, shaky video with high-speed perspective recording. XD, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the HermitCraft community. A few of the hermits have what they call "camera accounts" and I am curious what it is as I would like to get some for my server. A community for fans and members of the HermitCraft Minecraft Server! Join the multiplayer, change gamemode to spectator.Press F3+P to disable pause when lost focus, set the camera angle. Main account: Start your world and open to LAN, remember to allow cheats... Switch to camera account. There's a couple Minecraft mods that provide this sort of functionality, things like PixelCam, MultiShot, and Camera Studio. Yes you can,if your computer are good enough to have two java applications open and record. You must log in or register to reply here. Not ideal, but a workaround. Recording from a spectator account vs the playing account? There are no "other" accounts in a single player game per definition. If it's not possible though, yes, I can go with just another account in a steady position (which is at risk of attack from MOBs and things like that). :). If you don't know the IP of a server, thousands of public servers can be located by doing a web search for something that suits your style of play. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. I basically start two Minecrafts, one for me and one for my brand spanking new camera account. But can I do this as a single player using two accounts and two minecraft instances on single computer? Yeah I've used CameraStudio in the past. Any words of advice before I rush to buy another Minecraft account? Main account: Start your world and open to LAN, remember to allow cheats... Switch to camera account. Using single computer, can I start a game on one account and join in to spectate and record on another account? I've been googling about it, and can't find a clear answer. Minecraft is well-suited for solo play, but having a few friends join in on the action makes the experience all the more enjoyable. (In case someone after many years seek info about this, here's some explanations.). Join the multiplayer, change gamemode to spectator. Plus you get insane level of control for your camera with it. Some of the stuff you can do with it is just cinematic and beautiful. Would it be possible to create a camera account in Spectator Mode (Gamemode 3) specifically for recording? New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. How are they using a second account with creative abilities? :-/, You could use another account and position it so that its showing what you want it to look at while having your hotbar hidden (try pressing F1). Press J to jump to the feed. Both Minecrafts must be run in windowed mode.At least in my case OBS-studio captures only frozen screen if any of the games are on full screen mode.Also check and double check you're actually capturing the camera account and not your main. Thank you everyone. There's a couple Minecraft mods that provide this sort of functionality, things like. Switch back to main game and start playing. Camera Studio is probably the most feature complete, but also buggiest with 1.8, and hardest to setup because of the developer being a cum guzzling twat bucket. This particular method, no. ... And I know about the camera mod, and I have also used it before. To connect to another player's server, log into Minecraft, select Multiplayer from the main menu, click the Add Server button, and enter the IP or web address of that server. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. JavaScript is disabled. But you get a really smooth, clean and steady view of the progress happening during a timelapse with a separate spectator account. This requires two Minecraft accounts to work. Is this possible without having a second Minecraft account? Love how those who go most in depth with this have a Team Xisuma flair...unless that person is called Biffa2001. But...After this thread was created, the famous Replay Mod (replaymod.com) has been updated for Minecraft 1.14.x.It requires Fabric and Fabric API to work, (links on the download page) but other than that, it's client side and doesn't mess with vanilla gameplay. After trial and error and general doodling around I got this to work. I hope it gets a second life. Press F3+P to disable pause when lost focus, set the camera angle. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts You always need to open the game to LAN if you want to connect a second account. I'd like to use it as a camera for my own SMP server, but would rather not buy a second account for just that.. It's a second account that they use as a camera. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. To my experience Replay Mod is not quite as straight forward as the '2nd account method', but produces similar or better results. Have you done this?Do I need to hack stuff or run a local server or something similar to get this to work, or will it just work out of the box? By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. I can pull up some examples to reference if you'd like. A few of the hermits have what they call "camera accounts" and I am curious what it is as I would like to get some for my server. It's a great mod but such an overkill for my current needs. Cookies help us deliver our Services. I guess if you've never see the effect that you can get from it I'd understand the confusion. You've been great help!