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pwr905  posted on Jul 28, 2013 7:16:54 PM - Report post

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Making a series of videos about memory editing; the program I'm using is Cheat Engine, but the basic rules are applicable to any program I suppose.

I hope it is useful for some people.

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kingkob  posted on Jul 28, 2013 7:27:24 PM - Report post

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Not long ago i tried to build a trainer for simple indie game and it worked flawlessly until the 2nd time I ran the game lol.
I guess value codes tend to change..
 
pwr905  posted on Jul 28, 2013 8:00:58 PM - Report post

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Yep, I cover that - or, at this point, I talk about that and why that happens in a pretty detailed way.

Once I'm done the current string of videos (which I'm literally recording right now), I will cover how to deal with pointers.

I've talked about it/them a little bit thus far and why they are important (i.e. in the context of reallocating large chunks of memory), but I plan on detailing very specifically how to find offsets as it is one of the most constant questions about memory editing in general.

 
armin2000  posted on Jul 29, 2013 3:02:33 AM - Report post

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I know how use CE for my favorite game! i made a simple cheats for that game! but CE is very poor for hacking value some of the games! for example: Deux EX! i could not hack anything by CE in that game!
 
kyle939  posted on Jul 29, 2013 5:41:53 PM - Report post

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I would watch it but I am already good with CE, hence why I have wrote a few guides on this site on using CE with some games.
 
pwr905  posted on Jul 29, 2013 10:10:52 PM - Report post

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Obviously, I'm not saying anyone has to watch it; you might want to or you might not.

The sole point of making the series is: I am interested in computer science topics both professionally and as a hobby; this is sort of an outlet for me to randomly BS on that topic.

Hopefully, it's useful to some people; if a person is of the opinion that they are good with CE, then that's fine - in that case, then as you said, you are good to go.

 
kingkob  posted on Jul 29, 2013 11:16:19 PM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by pwr905

Obviously, I'm not saying anyone has to watch it; you might want to or you might not.

The sole point of making the series is: I am interested in computer science topics both professionally and as a hobby; this is sort of an outlet for me to randomly BS on that topic.

Hopefully, it's useful to some people; if a person is of the opinion that they are good with CE, then that's fine - in that case, then as you said, you are good to go.

I'll definitely watch it.

 
kyle939  posted on Jul 30, 2013 4:22:22 AM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by pwr905

Obviously, I'm not saying anyone has to watch it; you might want to or you might not.

The sole point of making the series is: I am interested in computer science topics both professionally and as a hobby; this is sort of an outlet for me to randomly BS on that topic.

Hopefully, it's useful to some people; if a person is of the opinion that they are good with CE, then that's fine - in that case, then as you said, you are good to go.

Yes I gathered that from reading your first initial comment.

I was just saying my point, but it is good for the people who do not know.

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