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  • Recording Demos

    What's a Demo?

    Demos are recordings of what is happening in a game. Demos will record sound, player actions, and on-screen display output and are a convenient way to document in-game activity.

    Recording a Demo

    1. Make sure you can open the developer's console. The default button for this is the tilde (~) button. If it works, go to step 2.
      1. If tilde (pronounced "till-duh") doesn't open up the developer's console, you need to enable it by going to OPTIONS.
      2. Go to the KEYBOARD OPTIONS, then click ADVANCED. Check Enable developer console and click OK.

    2. In console, type record [filename] where [filename] is the name of the file TF2 will create. A descriptive name including the map, date, time and details pertaining to why the demo is being recorded (check for cheats, highlight real, etc).
    3. If monitoring a specific person, left or right-click until you're monitoring the intended player. Only living players may be monitored. Hit the spacebar to change perspective. TF2 supports 3 perspectives: 3rd person, where you can see the player's body; 1st person, where you look through their eyes; and free flying, where you can fly around the map. This will usually start out in 3rd person mode.
    4. Whenever a player dies, one will begin monitoring another player, wait until the target player respawns and left or right-click until monitoring the intended player.
    5. To stop the recording, go back into console and type stop. The demo will be available by default in the C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\[your Steam name]\team fortress 2\tf\ folder.

    Recording a Specific Player

    In console, type spec_player . This command does not accept partial strings so if a player's name is "Agamemnon" the command will fail if one types spec_player aga even if no other player names share that string. One can get a list of player names by typing status in console or typing /who in textchat which will output a player list in the console.

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    Crazy Detail on Recording a Demo