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ET? If you mean if thats what kind of demo i mean, then yes.

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I think he meant ET itself is the best program to view demos in. There's only one other that you can use (Seismovision, see here: http://www.seismovision.net/ ) but as ET is the native program to handle demos it should be the first choice.

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First put the demo in folder of the mod the demo was recorded in (let's say it's Jaymod so you have to put it in etmain/Jaymod/demos folder). Then start the game, click mod->Jaymod->load mod and then click on Replays in main menu, select demo and then play.

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First put the demo in folder of the mod the demo was recorded in (let's say it's Jaymod so you have to put it in etmain/Jaymod/demos folder). Then start the game, click mod->Jaymod->load mod and then click on Replays in main menu, select demo and then play.

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1.You need know from which mod the demo is.

2.In case the demo come from Etpub you copy the demo and go to Wolfenstein:Et/Etpub/Demos/ and paste it here. If the folder isn't there, create one.

If you tried play any demo and nothing happen, try to change the extension from *.dm_82 to *.dm_84

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