Archive for the ‘Demo Submission’ Category
So you got a trick that you want added to the site? Well there are a few rules you need to follow first.
- First, if the demo is lengthy, then include a README.txt file with the time of the trick. Doesnt have to be exact but id like an approximate time to start looking. Include your quake alias, and a email address so that i can contact you later if needed.
- Second, make sure to rename the file with the following format so I know who it came from.playername_mapname_trick_time.dm_73Mapname is important.
If you have a really simple trick that you are submitting then what will probably happen is I will either save the trick or combine the trick with a whole set of tricks to create a demo worth watching.
Now then, do you know how do a specific trick or fast capture that helps in game? Then why dont you show everyone else how you do the trick. Do this by recording yourself doing the trick, and include a README.txt file with the above noted items and a explanation as to what you did. Feel free to add as much detail as you feel is needed. I will take the demo(s) you sent and create a tutorial demo from it with your explaination of the tricks idea and how it works. If you would like a specific song used as background music in the tut then please list the song you want used in the README.txt. DO NOT SEND MUSIC WITH THE DEMO.
When a demo is posted, it will be listed by the map first then the trick, then who did it. Please refer to previously posted viewer submitted tricks for example.
If you submitted a demo, and it hasnt been posted then fill out the contact form, and ask what happened with the demo and make sure to give the demos name and description of the trick, as well as your quake alias.
Do not submit demos that have altered physics, used timescale, or thirdperson. Any demo found to have been recorded in this way will not be posted. This is cheating and it is not acceptable.