You can record your missions with the ACMI. But it's tactical, not cinematic. It's a tool for evaluating a missions, but looks nothing like a movie or even close to what you saw in the 3D while flying the mission. I was going to link to a thread on a strike mission we all flew together. Ice had posted shots from the ACMI, but Photobucket, yeah.
There are more ACMI's in here, just not sure where to point you. Check your key file to see what is set to turn the ACMI recording on and do so. It's very useful tool, but I'm thinking different perhaps than what you're looking for.
Perhaps you could use FRAPS or similar, but it will only show exactly what you saw during the mission.
What about playing the ACMI inside Falcon? There are a few view options you could play with in there, I think. Not really sure as I usually do ACMI for the tactical view and learning and not cinematic purposes.
I've tried ACMI (whatever it means) inside Falcon and it works (record track by pressing F ingame, then play the recording "tape" in ACMI), but it is not cinematic in the slightest. For one graphics are much worse with simple flat textures everywhere, no antialiasing whatsoever and seemingly lower res too - everything is dead pixely. Also physics are not recorded properly so the movement looks off as well, almost like the physics engine updates every half a second or something.
Perhaps you could use FRAPS or similar,
I wanted to have a look at the external cameras how Harrier behaves on vertical take off and landing - to see the moving suspension, swaying wings etc. With fraps/shadowplay I can only get in cockpit view.
Also stands for Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance and Insurance or "wet lease" of aircraft
p.217 of the BMS manual:
The User Interface features a module for ACMI viewing. ACMI stands for Air Combat Maneuvring Instrumentation. It is a great learning tool that allows users to review their flight during debriefing. ACMI recording is not automatic and must be enabled in the cockpit.
The ACMI is tuff cause is shows every item that exists in its "bubble". I have made a few ACMI but there were so many view pointsa & other variables that I never really see stuff I was looking foor. Like How TF are Mig 29s getting in below radar & taking out my a/c?
Anyway I have recorded missions with AMD Radeon "ReLive" and it works fine in F4BMS, Trains, Il-2 CLOD, CSGO Grim Fandango & L A Noire all seem to copy ok with ReLive. I have OS on C: games on D: and E is a 3 terabyte mech.HD 4 recording & stuff.
From what I understand, the 2nd PC is needed because there is no replay system in the traditional sense, you are simply able to change camera angles in real time in spectator mode on the second PC. So fly with cockpit view on PC1 and use spectator mode on PC2 simultaneously. Use Fraps or shadowplay to capture PC2 footage. This way you can do precision flying and still have a recording with external cameras. My understanding again, I do not have a second PC spare to try.