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Re: DF Aided Runs

Postby dqopb » Oct 22nd, '14, 4:30 pm

No, why?

Just make it:
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wait 2;
wait 2;
wait 2;
wait 2;
wait 2;
wait 2;
wait 2;
wait 2;
wait 2;
wait 2;
instead of wait 20;

Also, I bet your ups discrepancy happens because grappling hook aiming is slightly inaccurate. Try a lower cl_yawspeed/cl_pitchspeed value, at least in the last frame of the view angle turn. Hope it helps.
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Re: DF Aided Runs

Postby Takyon » Oct 22nd, '14, 5:16 pm

dqopb wrote:No, why?

Just make it:
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wait 2;
wait 2;
wait 2;
wait 2;
wait 2;
wait 2;
wait 2;
wait 2;
wait 2;
wait 2;
instead of wait 20;

Also, I bet your ups discrepancy happens because grappling hook aiming is slightly inaccurate. Try a lower cl_yawspeed/cl_pitchspeed value, at least in the last frame of the view angle turn. Hope it helps.

Because it takes alot of time writing "wait 2" 10 times every time I want to do something for 20 frames. Having aliases with "wait 2" as root in a separate config would allow me to write "w20" and get the same result as writing "wait 2" 10 times (if the alias system works the same way as in half-life, see bottom of this page http://wiki.sourceruns.org/wiki/Half-Life_Scripts).

I see, yeah i tried setting the pitch/yaw instantly by using very high speed values.
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Re: DF Aided Runs

Postby dqopb » Oct 22nd, '14, 6:15 pm

Why not copy-paste?
Sure such a wait table should work, but you need "set" and "vstr" commands I think. And keep in mind that wait 2 is the least granularity in q3 with default defrag physics settings.

Try adjusting the accuracy of aiming with less yaw/pitch speeds first. You should be able to leave those "wait 250" for 1 second delays etc.
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Re: DF Aided Runs

Postby p » Dec 6th, '14, 3:43 am

aidsrun_cpm with and without tr
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Re: DF Aided Runs

Postby dqopb » Dec 9th, '14, 8:08 am

p wrote:aidsrun_cpm with and without tr

zomg n1

I can't not mention this video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nV7VWnHlvt8

UPD: The tr route is astounding!
I guess this is the highest tr-ob I've seen so far.
Who said tr-obs are boring? Check this one.
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Re: DF Aided Runs

Postby haste » Mar 21st, '15, 1:53 pm

little laggy halfway through, but thought this was one of snake's best runs, hope he doesn't mind me uploading)

map = bull-straf
time = 23.928
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Re: DF Aided Runs

Postby Takyon » Mar 28th, '15, 1:33 am

Done with default game commands only so it's far from perfect. I also had to change speed one frame for the zwob, since I don't know how to use +strafe in scripted runs (or if it's even possible). The resulting zwob is equivalent to that of using +strafe and mouse afaik so it doesen't really matter.
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Re: DF Aided Runs

Postby haste » Jul 1st, '15, 2:58 pm

snake @ pento4, cpm physics
time: 25.560
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Re: DF Aided Runs

Postby springy » Jul 1st, '15, 3:22 pm

Awesome demo, but the time was recorded by accident. The time should probably be deleted from the db : )
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Re: DF Aided Runs

Postby haste » Jul 3rd, '15, 3:35 am

snake @ pornchronostar, cpm
time: 41.504
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