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  1. Ryback

    The DooMed Speed Demos Archive returns!

    Adding my voice to everyone else: thank you, Andy, for your long years in the Doom community, for not just curating a historical demo resource but making the effort to keep it live and active. We've been lucky to have you.
  2. Hell Revealed map16 -fast in 11:59 hf161159.zip Will this bring AdamW out of retirement? It's technically a 2017 demo, but if we're counting by upload dates my Compet-N career is at 20 years, 3 months, and 16 days.
  3. Don't post this one now I'll probably never get around to it. Hell Revealed map16 -fast in 11:59 (old time 17:08, 31% improvement) hf161159.zip
  4. Ryback

    Doom E1M1 Pacifist / UV-Speed in 0:08.97

    Congratulations on this milestone run! Another 'unbeatable' 90's run toppled.
  5. Ryback

    The DooMed Speed Demos Archive returns!

    Merry Christmas to our tireless DSDA admin!
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    32 Hours In Pain demos [-complevel 4]

    I guess this gives me an excuse to post some really old demos: Map 02 UV-Max in 3:55 3202-355.zip Map 05 UV-Max in 3:12 3205-312.zip Map 09 UV-Max in 5:25 3209-525.zip
  7. Pretty late to this thread, but nothing in Ancalagon's speedrunning career to date, or this run in particular, makes me think there's cheating going on. Also I'd be sad if the standard for a verified run these days is if it came from a live broadcast on Twitch, but that feels like it might be the future we're headed towards.
  8. Ryback

    Beat/Fill '94 PWADs Month

    Warzone the Episode E1M1 UV Max - 8:58 E1M2 UV Max - 7:24 E1M3 UV Max - 5:21 E1M4 UV Max - 4:48 E1M5 UV Max - 3:07 E1M6 UV Max - 4:51 E1M7 UV Max - 4:27 war0-ryb.zip
  9. Ryback

    Beat/Fill '94 PWADs Month

    Meltdown.wad (MELTDOWN.zip) e1m1 - UV Max - 5:36 e1m2 - UV Max - 4:57 melt-ryb.zip
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    Beat/Fill '94 PWADs Month

    Now this is my kind of demo month! Zzone UV Max in 0:40 It's an old run that was put on Youtube but I never published the lmp. zzone040.zip
  11. Hell Revealed, Map16 - The Path, UV max in 10:16 hr161016.zip
  12. Ryback

    The most prestigious records

    On the IWADs, for me the most prestigious record is the Episode 1 UV speed run. I think because there are so few tricks for it and runners have to be good at monster slaughter and evasion to get a good time. That run is the closest we have to speedrunners vs the game id originally designed, as opposed to squeezing through 32-unit gaps and cutting out 90% of the level. On the PWAD side I always regard any new Scythe record very highly, as the wad is so well built for speedrunning and it's already seen an enormous amount of competition. Actually also I think the Doom2 30UV Max is a milestone run, there's nothing else really like it.
  13. Ryback

    Hell Revealed demos [-complevel 2]

    So many fresh strategies in this run. I like that you attack the revenants by the red key using the left passage, when every previous demo in existence has approached them from the right.
  14. Ryback

    DOOM II demos [-complevel 2]

    3 new movie records in ten hours... this is just an embarrassment of riches.
  15. Ryback

    YouTube speedrunners

    It would help if you also posted your config file (glboom-plus.cfg or prboom-plus.cfg). And maybe also the standard output file (stdout.txt?) From the logs the issue is with x264, it's expecting a file to encode but hasn't been given one. This is the default setting for video encoding in the cfg: cap_videocommand "x264 -o output.mp4 --crf 22 --muxer mp4 --demuxer raw --input-csp rgb --input-depth 8 --input-res %wx%h --fps 35 -" I suspect what might have happened is that you've lost the hyphen at the end. This option tells x264 that instead of encoding an existing video file, it should take its input from a stream (which is what prboom-plus is sending to it). So if that's missing x264 expects a filename somewhere on the command line and can't see one.