Kévin Strenx Baéza has opened a new website with videos and tutorials made by him. The site offers tips and lessons in French and English, so if you want to learn from pro player Strenx, then strenx.tv is the place to be. The site is launched with a lesson on Aerowalk.
In the future, Strenx wants to release more lessons and videos where he commentates and analyses games from QuakeCon, all in crispy and delicious 1080p, so it's definitely worth to subscribe to his channel.
"Hello everyone! I'm Kevin Baeza (strenx).I have kept my word, and I am gladly to announce my new website ( www.strenx.tv ). Why make a website? It gives a better access to the videos and is easier to visit. Here, you can watch any videos I have uploaded, and I'm willing to put more analysis/lessons videos every week/month for your greater delight. Today, you can watch my new aerowalk lesson video in 1080P if you want. I wish you a great visit, and don't forget to put any feedback to make the site better!"
A GTV for Quake Live, that's what FragTV is. mos-6581 has created a GUI that connects to someone running a FragTV server, relaying a demo while it's being recorded, essentially creating a GTV-like experience. Holysh1t had a similar concept in development years ago that was web based but we couldn't quite package it nicely.
It looks like mos-6581 has managed to do so and added some handy features on top. The FragTV client requires a WolfcamQL installation and will also connect to TwitchTV and show the stream (for audio mostly since you're watching it in better quality in WolfcamQL) and chatbox from Twitch.
All you want to do is upload that awesome frag to Youtube but you don't know or want to go through all the hassle to convert your demo to a video file. If you think that the existing tools are too time consuming then look no further because Maverick Servers and Gaming has released an online tool that allows you to upload a demo file and it will spit you back a video file, 1080p, 30fps.
The demo renderer is currently not configurable but they are working on these features: custom config, different fps, render library, etc.
More info? Read the post on ESR!
ESAGamer.com has officially been released into open beta, meaning anyone can register. ESAGamer is a tournament site that will work with free and paid tournaments, based on subscribers. People pay a fixed fee that will be converted into prizemoney for the tournaments. The concept is fairly simple and added up 1000 subscribers will result into £5000 prize money. The more the merrier and ESAGamer guarantees prize money tournaments for low tier players as well, given that they are subscribed, of course.
A few days old now, but this great Quake Live browser has received another update. QLPrism is an all-in-one Quake Live browser/client with direct links to all the QL streams, an IRC client built-in, greasemonkey scripts for a better user-experience in the Quake Live server browser and more.
One of the most notable updates is built-in support for QLM, the Quake Live Messenger. This allows anyone to chat on IRC from within the game. The QLM bot is currently sitting cosy in our #holysh1t channel on irc.quakenet.org.
It is now also possible to switch fast between accounts. This functionality is based off the Secure Login extension made by Sebastian Tschan.
Read more for the QLPrism changelog.
Download it here.
Reddit user N3RDS_FTW has posted a link to his funtage movie. The movie shows how he enjoys Quake with his friends and it's all about getting the most fun out of the game. Voicechat and Quake is all you need to have a good, drama-free time.