Mordhau
 Goatius
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  • 11 Jun
 Goatius

@RaptoSouls said:
Weird, i don't have a folder path like that, i've searched manually in file explorer with correct spelling thousands of times in my both hard drives.

If you are still having trouble finding it, type in %appdata% in your file explorer search bar. This brings you to the roaming folder of appdata, now you need to navigate back one folder by clicking on the Appdata folder in the search bar. Now you can go Local/Mordhau/Saved/Demos.

Yw, if it helps

9 3
  • 7 Jun
 Goatius

That's pretty much what a junction is, the writes are redirected to whatever you point it to with the command, the fake original directory does not experience any load.
If you haven't tried it yet, give it a go. I've used junctions for years and its a great tool to have.

Actually, it doesnt seem to do that. Unless I'm using the wrong type of link (im using junction link) my hard drive still experiences a load while recording a demo.

9 3
  • 7 Jun
 Goatius

@Silvolt said:
Any update on when this spectator cam mode might get an update? H still isn't working so can only focus one way

Just your the F function to focus on what your looking at. The O function is also great to keep the focus on an object no matter how far you are. And if you really want, you can use the SpectatorCmd Focus command to manually set the focus of the camera.

9 3
  • 4 Jun
 Goatius

@HalldeiMaul said:
Goatius you can simply use junction (mklink /J iirc with admin console in windows) to redirect any directory to any other directory on a windows system.
You can google many tutorials for it as well.

Thanks for the answer, I looked into junction links, but it doesn't do what i need. My problem is that I am experiencing major stuttering while recording demos, which i (think) is due to mu slow hard drive. I essentially want it to completely bypass writing to the hard drive, and go to my ssd instead.

9 3
  • 4 Jun
 Goatius

Also, does anyone know if it is possible to change the location that the demos are saved? I would like to make them save on my SSD (same spot I have mordhau installed) instead of being saved on my HDD where I have windows. Thanks!

9 3
  • 4 Jun
 Goatius

Hi, for anyone looking for a quick guide on how to use the demo feature, I made little tutorial!

9 3
  • 4 Jun
 Goatius

@HalldeiMaul said:
Turns out that m.HideHUD didn't help to show playernames.
Does anyone know how to have the playback show the name of the player you are spectating?

No, I don't think there is a way to view player names in the replays. The closest thing you'll get is opening the advanced console (double tap console button) and you can see which players are in your demo.

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  • 13 May
 Goatius

looks like a downgrade to me

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  • 11 May
 Goatius

Hi, thanks for the information poster here, it has been useful. One thing I am still wondering about is if there is a way to reload the blood and other overlay textures with a command. My problem is that when I use the demo.gototimeinseconds command, the blood persists, ruining those cinematic shots lol ;)

Thanks in advance.