gratz! it's so much nicer to watch with that smooth start, isn't it. :)
an advice, though: try following a file naming convention common for the particular wad. it's not obligatory, but it eases keeping a demo collection for a megawad when everything follows the same pattern. i'm renaming any freak names in my archive. also, perhaps grazza will update the patterns for prboom automatic demo detection one day, to recognize these demos just by clicking on them. anyways, right now it's a bit ambiguous, because some people used 'sodXY-123' and some used 'sdXY-123'. i'd say the latter should be preferred, because it's 8 characters long and follows the oldschool naming conventions.
of course people like timeofdeath and gggmork ignore the tradition with weird long demo names, because they don't like to write text files... but that's their special quirk, plus they keep the conventional method of listing the wad, map number and time first, then their special additional info. :) just consider it as a good habit.
EDIT: just to clarify, your demo would be named sd16-057. that means a 2-letter abbrev for the wad name, XY for the map#, a dash for uv-speed/max (p for pacifist, t for tyson, f for fast, n for nm, s for nm100, r for respawn,....) and a number meaning 0:57. it's by far not bulletproof, for example times over 10:00 are a headache, but at least the first 4 letters should be indicative of the wad/map, imo.
Last edited by dew on Mar 30 2010 at 01:30