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    info: Where to submit demo's & screen shots

    Do not post about someone hacking/breaking the rules in the servers on the forums. You can now submit them by clicking the link below.

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    All bans will now be handled through our SourceBans page. No longer will you need to post in the unban forums, all bans will be available for viewing through that page, and demos can be posted. If you have a protest (unban) request, click the "Protest a ban" tab near the top.

    This new system makes it much easier on both players and admins.
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    how do u watch a video that i have recorded

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6ZZA View Post
    how do u watch a video that i have recorded
    with your vcr
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    lol haha. i meen if i record a demo how do i watch it

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6ZZA View Post
    lol haha. i meen if i record a demo how do i watch it
    go into tf2 open up the console and type playdemo name, name being the name that you had recorded it with. itll list some demos for ya.
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    Also, entering "demoui" into the console will pull up a nice graphical interface. Click "Load..." and scroll to the file you wish to view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by That's Easy
    Part 3 - Playback your demo
    This is pretty simple. Valve has provided a GUI for playing back demos.

    To playback a demo:
    1. From the main menu, hit SHIFT+F2. A demo playback GUI will appear.
    2. Load a demo by clicking the "Load" button.
    3. You can now speed up, slow down, pause, and resume the demo by selecting the appropriate buttons. Click the "Drive" button, and you can adjust the camera angle while holding mouse button 1 during playback.

    Note there are TONS of other things you can do with demo playback and editing, including adding text overlays, chaning the camera angle, and lots of other stuff. See the wiki at the Valve developer community if you're interesting in doing any of this stuff.

    Valve Demo Recording/Editing wiki: http://developer.valvesoftware.com/w...ecording_Tools



    Here's Easy's guide to recording, viewing, and posting demos. Quick Guide: Recording, Editing, and posting demos
    Last edited by misteraznkid; 06-23-2008 at 10:20 PM.

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    thanks thanks and thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by misteraznkid View Post


    Here's Easy's guide to recording, viewing, and posting demos. Quick Guide: Recording, Editing, and posting demos
    LOL thats kind of cool onn other side.

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    thanks, this makes it a lot easier

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6ZZA View Post
    how do u watch a video that i have recorded
    ctrl+F2 will also pull up the gui if you are already playing/recording.

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    I've never heard of ctrl+f2. Nice to know though.

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