Commands in this category are used when watching demos, or reviewing Overwatch evidence, in CS:GO.
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The command used to enable X-Ray, which allows you to see players through walls (like wallhack), is named spec_show_xray. To enable X-Ray in demos and overwatch, use this command:
spec_show_xray 1 Copy
To disable X-Ray in demos and overwatch use the following command:
spec_show_xray 0 Copy
The demo UI is the panel that allows you to play, pause, skip rounds, rewind, fast forward, etc in demos and overwatch. The command that's used to show it is demoui. To show/hide (toggle) the demo UI, simply type the following into the console:
If you are looking for an interface that allows you to rewind or fast forward overwatch or demos, we recommend using the demo UI. You can open this by typing the following command into the console:
If you want a command to rewind demos, you can use the demo_goto command. To rewind, specify a negative amount of ticks, entering -64 would rewind 64 ticks. Simply replace TICKS with the amount of ticks you wish to rewind or fast forward:
demo_goto TICKS 1 Copy
This command would rewind 64 ticks (note the negative number):
demo_goto -64 1 Copy
This command would skip ahead 64 ticks:
demo_goto 64 1 Copy
This useful console command is used to pause the demo you're watching. Playback can be resumed with the command demo_resume.
This useful command is used to resume the demo you're watching, if you have previously paused it. To pause demos, use the command demo_pause.
demo_timescale [Playback speed]
This command sets how quickly the demo is played. In other words, it can be used to fast forward through rounds you're not interested in watching.
|Playback speed||Enter a number to represent how fast you want the demo played back. Entering the number 20 plays the demo back 20 times as fast.|
Use this command when watching demos to toggle between being paused or not. The good thing about this command is then it will pause or play the demo, depending on if its running when the command is entered.
Forces the demo you're watching to skip to a certain tick.
|Tick||The tick you want your demo to skip to. Important to note that a Valve matchmaking server produces 64 ticks a second. You can enter the tick you want to skip to as a raw number (e.g. 7000) or as a minute value (e.g. 20min).|
This command produces a list of the highlights data extracted from the demo you're watching. Data will be pasted into your developer console.
Use this command for a list of the ticks that the game client determined to be important in a specific demo.
load [Game Name]
This command allows you to load a saved file. You can use this when you're not in multiplayer to bring up a demo file of yours or something similar.
|Game Name||The file name of the game you want to load.|
Prints the demo sequence list in your developer console for you to see.
This command returns you to the homescreen of CS:GO, though in some cases it can crash your game .
When in a demo file, putting this command into your console will show you a list of the contents in this particular demo.
csgo_download_match [Match ID]
This command is used to download a CS:GO match, provided you know its unique serial code .
|Match ID||The unique ID of the match you're looking to download and watch.|
demo_recordcommands [0 / 1] sv_cheats 1
This command records any commands typed into the console and saves them in a .dem file.
|0 / 1||Enter a 1 after the command to begin recording commands in a demo, and a 0 after the command to stop recording.|
This command will toggle the visibility of the demo player UI. With the demo UI open, you can speed up and slow down demo playerback, skip rounds, etc.
This command will stop recording a movie that you have previously started recording with the startmovie command.
This command will make the next demo in your current demo sequence be played.
playdemo [Demo File Name]
This command plays the specified demo file. Demos should be placed in your Steam\steamapps\common\Counter-Strike Global Offensive\csgo folder. If you place them in your "replays" folder, you need to specify "replays/" before the demo name.
|Demo File Name||The name of the demo file, placed in Steam\steamapps\common\Counter-Strike Global Offensive\csgo. You do not need to specify the .dem part of the file name. If you put the demo in replays folder, specify "replays/" before the name.|
record [Demo File Name]
This command will start recording your current game as a demo. You need to specify a filename to save the demo as. Use the "stop" command to stop recording. Demo will be saved in Steam\steamapps\common\Counter-Strike Global Offensive\csgo.
|Demo File Name||The name of the file to save the demo as.|
demo_goto [Tick] [Relative (0 / 1)] [Pause (0 / 1)]
This command skips to the specified tick in the demo. See argument information for options.
|Tick||The tick you wish to go to (or the amount of ticks to skip ahead if relative).|
|Relative (0 / 1)||Optional. Specify a 1 here to make the the amount of ticks you specify be the amount of ticks you skip ahead in the demo, rather than the tick number to skip to.|
|Pause (0 / 1)||Optional. Specify a 1 here to pause the demo after skipping ahead.|
This command prints to console information about the demo that is currently playing.
This command may not work. It will edit the demo with the specified name (place the demo file in the "csgo" folder, the "csgo" folder is in the folder that csgo.exe is in).
|Name||The name of the demo file (without the .dem), that you wish to edit.|