Site Outline: I. ESF Database - Homepage 1. Introduction paragraph a. What is ESF Database b. Why we're doing what we're doing A. Will contain link to the ESF Manual B. Will contain link to ESF Flash by Chakra 2. Newest articles posted a. Shows newest articles posted - Characters 1. Character list a. Lists all moves for each character b. Lists speed of each character c. Lists HP for each character d. Lists special techniques for each character A. IE: Goku can teleport while charging beam - Damage Calculator (NGE's department) a. Shows damage each attack does A. With and Without Turbo - Articles a. This is essentially a portal to every article on the site. b. Each article would try to teach you a specific aspect of the game A. Basic Movement B. Adv. Movement C. Simple Melee D. Simple Melee Combos E. Angle Hits (Will probably be included in Simple Melee article) F. Adv. Melee G. Ki Conservation H. 1 v 1's I. Etc. - Forums
That works. My apologies for not making anything and showing you yet, I work all day Monday through Friday, so I only have the weekends to do anything.Sub said:Ok so the site is going to be hosted on hl2files.com when it's done. The domain will be esfdb.hl2files.com
Some writing for the site is finished now and we thought of yet another idea that could go on the site. We're going to record 1 v 1's (It'll be recorded from the players actual screen, not in spec mode) and occasionally stop the fight and explain why one person got hit or why one person did what they did. It should be a good learning tool and if not, it'll atleast be cool.
You record a demo of yourself playing, then play the demo and record with fraps.Fire Phoenix said:That works. My apologies for not making anything and showing you yet, I work all day Monday through Friday, so I only have the weekends to do anything.
Welcome Back Dogma.
And how are we going to record? Fraps is way better than the Half-life recording system, but fraps destroys fps. =/ I don't know any better recording program.