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RestlessRodent

TAS Doom Episode 1

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I can't see any point in releasing a bad, ugly, slow TAS movie.

Non-TAS Max record for E1M1 is 0:29, for instance.

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GhostlyDeath said:

Re-Records: 4

With that low re-records count, don't you think it would be greater just to study the levels more and actually do a non-TAS Max movie? That would be something cool to do.

Me, just as Grazza, don't see a real point in doing a TAS movie like this.

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In the end this TAS movie needs a bit of work but that will come in time as it's your first try at this. Though I would openly encourage you to do a non-TAS demo of episode 1 as the fastest single player effort is 29:02 and that can be improved a lot :)

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cannonball said:

a non-TAS demo of episode 1 as the fastest single player effort is 29:02 and that can be improved a lot :)

Actually, the E1 Max record right now is 18:18 by Stx-Vile (Compet-N record)

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1ntru said:

Actually, the E1 Max record right now is 18:18 by Stx-Vile (Compet-N record)


Ah fair enough, I always wondered whether stx-vile did an episode max, guess I should have checked the compet-n website before posting the previous comment :P

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GhostlyDeath said:

This is my first TAS, so there's lots of room for improvement.


The idea of a TAS demo is to keep working on it until there's virtually no room for improvement.

Now excuse me, it's time for me to plonk around on the piano for a bit and call it "my first symphony."

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Creaphis said:

The idea of a TAS demo is to keep working on it until there's virtually no room for improvement.

Exactly. This is the reason why I'll never release my early TAS movies, 10sector or console DooM for example.

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TimeOfDeath said:

Aw come on guys, I thought all demos were welcome in the demos forum? :)

Well yeah, but if it TAS it should be entertaining.

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Of course all demos are welcome!! Main point in my opinion is that he has used only 4 re-records in a 25 minutes demo. That's almost like a real time play. So a question comes to my mind: why not just get more re-records for a better time, or abandon TAS for once?

That's just my way of thinking.

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