How do you set a TV to autorecord 1???

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  1. Cerious

    Cerious L7: Fancy Member

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    HALP!

    I bought my own apoplexy industries server yesterday, and everything is going swimmingly. However, I'm having a lot of trouble with my Source TV.

    I've got it working and everything (I can externally connect to it and view my server) but I can't get it to autorecord (so I can send demos of yukon and furnace out to Mangy and Youme/Nineaxis respectively). I also want to set immunity on my TV so that people can't kick it.

    Help???
     
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  3. Cerious

    Cerious L7: Fancy Member

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    Yeah; i just realized that in console, on my server, it said "tv_autorecord 0"

    but all the demos are showing up in my server's files.

    thanks anyways! just need to set up immunity for TV.
     
  4. Gadget

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    here's the commands I'm using from time to time - might be helpful:

    //
    // * Script with SourceTV Commands (for Team Fortress 2)
    //
    //

    tv_enable 1 // enable SourceTV recording
    tv_autorecord 1 // enable recording for all games
    tv_name "SourceTV Developer Demo Recording" // Sets SourceTV name as it appears in server browser and scoreboard (master only).
    tv_transmitall 1 // record the whole game
    //tv_allow_static_shots 1 // Allows auto-director to choose fixed camera shots (master only)
    //tv_allow_camera_man 1 // Allows spectator clients on game server to become SourceTV camera men (master only)

    // Thanks to Rah Mie for this next part
    tv_password "" // set password
    tv_maxclients 5
    tv_delay 10
    tv_timeout 15
    tv_delaymapchange 0
    tv_port 27020
    tv_maxrate 16000
    tv_debug 0
    tv_dispatchmode 1 // (0=never, 1=if appropriate, 2=always)
    // ---