Features

Game supported by the latest available version:

42 Games, 81 Demo Types

AVA = Auto-Version Adaptation
Gives Seismovision the ability to down grade the game to play an older demo type. This is not always required by all games or demo types.

M-AVA = Manual-AVA
Gives you the ability to manually down grade a game version so you can join older servers or manually view old demos. If AVA is not supported, automatically M-AVA is also not supported.

Game Name Uses AVA M-AVA Play Lists
Quake 3 ArenaQuake 3 Arena
Extensions: .dm3, .dm_48, .dm_66, .dm_67, .dm_68 and .sd3
Yes Yes Yes
Quake 2
Extensions: .dm2
No Yes
Quake 1
Extensions: .dem
No No
Half-LifeHalf-Life and Counter-Strike Counter-Strike Retail
Extensions: .dem
No Yes
Return to Castle WolfensteinReturn to Castle Wolfenstein
Extensions: .dm_57, .dm_58, .dm_59 and .dm_60
Yes No Yes
Jedi Knight 2Star Wars Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast
Extensions: .dm_15 (v1.02a), .dm_15 (v1.03) and .dm_16
Yes No Yes
Jedi Knight 3Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy
Extensions: .dm_25 and .dm_26
Yes No Yes
Unreal Tournament 2003Unreal Tournament 2003
Extensions: .dem
No No
Unreal Tournament 2004Unreal Tournament 2004
Extensions: .demo4
No No
Unreal TournamentUnreal Tournament
Extensions: .dem
No No
Tactical Ops Retail
Extensions: .dem
No No
Star Trek Elite Force 2Star Trek Elite Force 2
Extensions: .dm3
Yes No Yes
Star Trek Voyager Elite ForceStar Trek Voyager Elite Force
Extensions: .efdemo (v1.10) and .efdemo (v1.20)
Yes No Yes
Quake WorldQuake World
Extensions: .dem, .mvd, .qwz
No No
Doom 3Doom 3
Extensions: .demo
No No
Solider of FortuneSoldier of Fortune
Extensions: .dm2
No Yes
Soldier of Fortune 2Soldier of Fortune 2
Extensions: .dm_2002 (v1.01), .dm_2002 (v1.02) and .dm_2003
Yes No Yes
Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Enemy TerritoryReturn to Castle Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory
Extensions: .dm_82, .dm_83 and .dm_84
Yes No Yes
Unreal TournamentPainkiller
Extensions: .pkd (v1.35), .pkd (v1.61), .pkd (v1.62) and .pkd (v1.64)
Yes No No
Call of DutyCall of Duty
Extensions: .dm_1 and .dm_2
Yes No Yes
Call of Duty: United OffensiveCall of Duty: United Offensive
Extensions: .dm_2 and .dm_3
Yes No Yes
Call of Duty 2Call of Duty 2
Extensions: .dm_1
Yes No
Unreal TournamentCall of Duty 4
Extensions: .dm_1
Yes Yes
Medal of Honor Allied AssaultMedal of Honor: Allied Assault
Extensions: .dm3
No Yes
SteamHalf-Life 2 (Steam)
Extensions: .dem
No Yes
Counter-Strike: Source (Steam)Counter-Strike Source (Steam)
Extensions: .dem
No Yes
Half-Life 2: DeathmatchHalf-Life 2: Deathmatch (Steam)
Extensions: .dem
No Yes
Counter-StrikeCounter-Strike (Steam)
Extensions: .dem
No Yes
Day of Defeat: SourceDay of Defeat (Steam)
Extensions: .dem
No Yes
Condition Zero: SourceCondition Zero (Steam)
Extensions: .dem
No Yes
Ricochet: SourceRicochet (Steam)
Extensions: .dem
No Yes
Deathmatch Classic: SourceDeathmatch Classic (Steam)
Extensions: .dem
No Yes
Day of Defeat: Source (Steam)Day of Defeat: Source (Steam)
Extensions: .dem
No Yes
Half-Life Deathmatch: Source (Steam)Half-Life Deathmatch: Source (Steam)
Extensions: .dem
No Yes
Half-LifeHalf-Life 1 (Steam)
Extensions: .dem
No Yes
Unreal TournamentOpposing Force (Steam)
Extensions: .dem
No Yes
Quake 4Quake 4
Extensions: .demo (v1.04, v1.10, v1.20, v1.30, v1.41 and v1.42), .netdemo (v1.04, v1.10, v1.20, v1.30, v1.41) and ndmo85 (v1.42).
Yes No No
Call of Duty 2Call of Duty 2
Extensions: .dm_1
No No
Americas ArmyAmerica’s Army
Extensions: .
dem
No Yes
WarsawWarsow
Extensions: .wd7 (v0.12), .wd8 (v0.21) and .wd9 (0.31).
Yes No Yes
TremulousTremulous
Extensions: .dm_69
No Yes
Unreal TournamentEnemy Territory: QUAKE Wars
Extensions: .ndm (v1.00, v1.10, v1.20, v1.40 and v1.50b)
Yes No Yes
  • Operating System Support
    • Microsoft Windows 98/ME/NT4.0(SP6)/2000(SP4)/XP(SP2)/Vista. May also work on Windows 95 but has not been fully tested. Other operating systems such as Linux, FreeBSD and MacOS are not supported.
      Windows Vista has not been fully tested but first reports indicate no problem. Read here for more information on Windows Vista.
      Seismovision has not been tested on the 64bit versions of Windows.
  • Multilingual
    • English
    • Polish
    • Finnish
    • Simplified-Chinese
    • Spanish
  • Create play lists
    • Loop demos (only supported by certain games, view the table above)
    • Create a screen saver with your favourite demos (dependant on play list support)
    • Save and Load play lists.
    • Easily Drag ‘n Drop demos into the play list editor from Explorer or the Desktop.
  • Updating
    • Easily keep up-to-date with the Seismovision Update System
    • Critical updates are automatically selected when checking for available updates
    • Can also be setup to use a HTTP proxy
  • Manually down grade your game version
    • Only supported by certain AVA supported games (view the table above)
  • Demo Playing
    • There are many ways to play a demo using Seismovision
    • Double-Clicking
      • You can play a demo from almost any resource, such as over a network or a compressed archive. Seismovision copies the demo to the game installation, so even when the network connection is interrupted or the demo is moved, you can still continue viewing your demo.
    • Right-Clicking and selecting ‘Play Demo’
    • Adding it to a play list
  • File Associations
    • Demo extensions are automatically registered during installation to the games you have selected.
    • Right-click on a demo to gain more features not available through the standard interface such as demo compression (Quake 4). You can also launch Seismovision from the right-click menu or add the demo to a play list.
    • The Right-Click menu also give you the ability to change the mod or config on the fly
  • Special demo specific support
    • Support for playing demos on a minimum-install of Quake 3 Arena (requires CD)
    • Demo compression for Quake 4 demos
    • Demo conversion for Quake 3 Arena demos
    • Automatic and smart mod detection for Quake 4 net demos.
    • Demo scanner for Quake 4 to query list of files required for demo play back.
    • .IWD Check function for Call of Duty 2.
  • Configuration
    • Each and every demo type can be individually configured to suit your needs.
      • Every demo type can point to a different installation but can also all point to one to suit your needs
      • Use its own configuration file for visual display or demo controls. Useful for viewing old demos with old school graphics
        • Many games come with a set of predefined configs with visual display options such as Low Detail and High Detail.
        • Most games also have a special ‘movie’ config for creating game videos. Read in the documentation for more information.
      • Select a different mod for every demo type
      • Use additional command line parameters
    • All these settings can be exported and imported into Seismovision.
    • Each user account on your PC has its own Seismovision configuration file. Making it easy to use in a multi-user environment. Seismovision requires Administrative privileges to run.
  • Other small features
    • The amount of demos played and time wasted is measured and can be viewed in the ‘About’ box.
    • Launch a game directly from Seismovision
    • When a game is moved or deleted, Seismovision will show the game in a different colour on the main menu. Green – All is good, Yellow – Not configured and Red – Configured but the game path is invalid or incorrect. This way, configurations problems can be identified with ease.
  • Technical Support
    • Seismovision comes with a HTML help file with all settings and features explained. Easily accessible by pressing F1.
    • If the help file is not enough, you can contact the developer over E-mail or the message board for assistance (http://www.seismovision.net)
    • Game and features will be updated as long there is an interest and I have the time to do so.
    • A quality product from Africa!
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