Latest releases: on github.
Crispy Doom is only compatible with the original games. That means Crispy supports the following compatibility levels by default:
If you're playing a custom mapset that requires boom, mbf, zdoom, or other compatibility levels, you'll need to use a different source port.
Many command line options are useful for demo recording. Keep the following in mind:
In order to record a demo, you'll want to launch Crispy Doom along with the relevant command line options described above. This can be done on the actual command line, or via a batch file (.bat). Here is an example command:
crispy-doom.exe -iwad /path/to/doom.wad -skill 4 -warp 1 1 -record my_demo
Crispy Doom since v5.6.4 (which you should be using) support restarting a demo without the need to close and re-open the client.
Doom has "vertical mouse movement" by default. Set your vertical sensitivity to zero in the options to turn this off, or look for the vertical mouse toggle bind and use it accordingly.