I want to share something I’ve been working on for a little over two years:
DemoMan is a program that helps you manage all of your demo files!
If you’re anything like me, you probably have ‘ds_enable’ set to 2 to record
every game of TF2 you play, and so you have accumulated a few gigabytes
of demos on your hard drive gathering dust.
With no efficient way to find the demos containing your best highlights,
you’ll probably never make that epic fragmovie you always wanted to make.
With DemoMan, you can quickly browse all of your demos to find clips,
add, remove, and edit bookmarks, and free up space by automatically deleting
all demos without bookmarks. DemoMan also has support for loading events
for demos recorded with P-REC for those who need it.
You can also assign tags to demos to categorize them.

If you’re not like me, or don’t know what I’m talking about,
you should give recording demos a shot. It’s a very nice feature
you can use to record all of your gameplay while using much less
hard drive space than shadowplay.
I’ve written a tutorial on how to set up automatic demo recording.
Link: https://github.com/Narcha/DemoMan/wiki/Setting-up-demo-recording

TL;DR: I made a tool for organizing your demo files.
Check out the GitHub for screenshots and a list of features.

DemoMan is free and open-source software released under the GNU GPLv3 license.
It is available for Linux, Windows and MacOS.

Source code, screenshots and installation instructions are available on GitHub:

Join the Discord server:

All feedback is greatly appreciated.
Don’t hesitate to submit bug reports, suggestions or questions on GitHub or Discord.

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