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VCDs are authored in [[Faceposer]] and played in your map via the [[logic_choreographed_scene]] entity.  The filename should contain only one period before the file extension, otherwise the scene file cannot be found.
 
VCDs are authored in [[Faceposer]] and played in your map via the [[logic_choreographed_scene]] entity.  The filename should contain only one period before the file extension, otherwise the scene file cannot be found.
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[[Category:File formats]]

Latest revision as of 22:03, 27 August 2018

Valve Choreography Data (VCD) is a proprietary file format used to store choreography data in a vaguely XML-like plain text format.

VCDs are authored in Faceposer and played in your map via the logic_choreographed_scene entity. The filename should contain only one period before the file extension, otherwise the scene file cannot be found.

Note:VCD files must be compiled into scenes.image before they can be used.