Official videos related to the Warcraft universe; all from, so far...

Warcraft games

Warcraft: Orcs & Humans trailer
Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness trailer
Warcraft II: Beyond the Dark Portal destruction of the Dark Portal
Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos intro
Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne intro
World of Warcraft trailer
World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade trailer
World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King trailer
World of Warcraft: Cataclysm features
Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans trailer

Events and history

Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness Events (Human)
Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness Events (Orcs)
Medivh warns King Terenas of the Burning Legion
Arthas's betrayal
Archimonde destroys Dalaran
Grom kills Mannoroth
Archimonde's defeat
The Lich King
Lament of the Highborne
Wrathgate cinematic
Fall of the Lich King Ending


Verne Troyer

Verne Troyer

William Shatner

William Shatner

Mr. T

Mr. T

Willy Toledo

Willy Toledo (Spanish)

Steve Van Zandt

Steve Van Zandt

Ozzy Osbourne

Ozzy Osbourne

Broadcasting live HD/HQ video

One method to not only record your World of Warcraft video gameplay, but also to broadcast your gaming video, is to utilize the web service. To do so, one must follow a few basic steps such as downloading free video capture software to creating a account. A full instructional video on streaming live HD/HQ video can be seen here:

A quick summary of what needs to be done is:

Step #1 – Get Software

Download and install Adobe (FME) Flash Media Encoder 2.5 (NOT 3.x) . FME3.x is far, far slower (~400% slower) than FME2.5. Do not run FME Download and install VHScrCap

Step #2 – Set up VHScrCap

Run Start MenuHmelyoffVHScrCapConfig.exe Select “Create new one” Click Settings, Frame rate to 30, only have Align Video, Show mouse, Show clicks checked, nothing else (for full resolution) Click Capture, Do not click any boxes, click Select, click the window desktop of the monitor with your WoWs Close the VH Screen Capture Driver dialog

Step #3 – Create batch file for FME

Create a file somewhere on your PC which will start the video encoding process. A typical batch file works well.

"C:\Program Files (x86\)AdobeFlash Media Encoder 2.5\FMEcmd.exe" /p c:fmejustin.xml


Run Flash Media Encoder 2.5. Select the sound capture device that you wish (Eg. Stereo Mix). Then select “Save Profile”. Then open up that file you have saved and locate the following line:

<device>Line In (Realtek High Definitio</device>

Note: It will have the name of the audio device you selected. Cut/paste that entire line into a new notepad document for step #4. You may now close the profile you opened up as well as the FME graphic interface.

Step #4 – Create FME XML

Notepad c:\fmejustin.xml

Edit the Width, Height, and be sure to cut/paste in your audio device as listed in step 3.5. Go down to the Save options and make sure to select UNICODE!

Next, you need your stream ID. To get this JTV stream ID, log into JTV and then click here. This will download a file to your desktop. Open up that file and locate the following line:


The stream ID will be listed there. Cut/paste into the XML file justin.xml in the correct section.


Open up your justin.xml file and locate the following line:


The datarate of 1000kbps is enough for a decent quality stream. However, if your internet connection upload speed is high enough, it is recommended to change this number to between 1500 on up. Give it a few tests to find that “sweet spot” where you can stream high quality as well as not have any internet issues with a bitrate too high for your internet connection.

Step #5 – Start streaming!

Simply run the justin.bat file and it should pop up a black window that scrolls some stats about FPS and bitrate. Now you’re streaming!

The above guide was written based upon a really good resource on setting up your live video stream, including 3 tutorials for configuring the VHScrCap and Adobe FME 2.5 software can be seen here: [How to stream HD/HQ video to ]

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