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    That video looks wayyy better than mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juxtapo View Post
    SDR doesn't work in CS:GO. You can use the built in demo renderer or SrcDemo2 but I've always just recorded demos with ShadowPlay at host_timescale 0.25 and sped it up with frame blending in my editing software (example here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhFlsoEjlfg )

    Demos are really quirky in CS:GO. You basically have to record in a server that iss on a casual/classic gamemode (ie. settings that aren't ever present in standard surf servers - I had a server owner friend help me out with getting working demos) and be recording from before the round and end the recording by disconnecting/ending the round. I'd guess that SourceTV auto record demos also work but I've never used them in CS:GO.
    What Editing software do you use? I want my videos to look like that example!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflectionX View Post
    What Editing software do you use? I want my videos to look like that example!
    I'm like 99% sure your video is laggy because the demo was broken. I use Adobe Premiere, but frame blending is possible in Sony Vegas as well if that is what you use.

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    i use Premiere Pro CC, but i know that a lot of people prefer Sony Vegas.

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