QTV: a QuakeWorld match broadcasting tool
The following architectures are fully supported by QTV and are available as prebuilt binaries:
- Linux amd64 (Intel and AMD 64-bits processors)
- Linux i686 (Intel and AMD 32-bit processors)
- Linux aarch (ARM 64-bit processors)
- Linux armhf (ARM 32-bit processors)
- Windows x64 (Intel and AMD 64-bits processors)
- Windows x86 (Intel and AMD 32-bit processors)
You can find the prebuilt binaries on this download page.
None at the moment.
Build from source with CMake
Assuming you have installed essential build tools and
mkdir build && cmake -B build . && cmake --build build
Build artifacts would be inside
build/ directory, for unix like systems it would be
You can also use
build_cmake.sh script, it mostly suitable for cross compilation
and probably useless for experienced CMake user.
should build QTV for
linux-amd64 platform, release version, check cross-cmake directory for all platforms
B=Debug ./build_cmake.sh linux-amd64
should build QTV for linux-amd64 platform with debug
V=1 B=Debug ./build_cmake.sh linux-amd64
should build QTV for linux-amd64 platform with debug, verbose (useful if you need validate compiler flags)
G="Unix Makefiles" ./build_cmake.sh linux-amd64
force CMake generator to be unix makefiles
build QTV for
linux-amd64 version, you can provide
any platform combinations.
For the versions available, see the tags on this repository.
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Based on Spike's FTE QTV http://www.fteqw.com/
Code of Conduct
We try to stick to our code of conduct when it comes to interaction around this project. See the CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md file for details.
This project is licensed under the GPL-2.0 License - see the LICENSE.md file for details.
- Thanks to the fine folks on Quakeworld Discord for their support and ideas.