Originally Posted by dmasteR
The last few posts were by TheRealMixup who has only posted in this thread. flegg who agrees with him only has one post. Might be a possible chance were talking about a different twitch, but the one I'm seeing in the video is rather common. As it allows for less reaction time.
Doesn't prove you're good at spotting hackers at all. Anyone who were to actually be good at spotting a cheater would thoroughly go through the demo. I've worked with many CAL/CEVO admins throughout my competitive gaming scene. The video proves absolutely nothing, as its nothing more than what your current average ESEA-IM player could do.
It's totally cool man, most people can't see the subtle twitch. Good players
people don't twitch like that. As I said before, the only people that might are people with movement disorders, however, they could never play an FPS because of their uncontrollable movements.
The twitches are too fast and the motion is so small and consistent that, I believe, there's no way a human could replicate it.
Now keep in mind, I'm not some kid that will automatically call hax if someone is genuinely better than me. In Valve games, I would sit and observe them for quite a while before I'd make any sort of claim. That's why I said that it's hard to call from the video as it's edited together and doesn't show extended gameplay; coupled with low frame rates, makes it even that much more difficult.
And for those of you that are posting these silly hack video's, those are noob haxorz that have everything on and don't even try to hide the fact that they're cheating. As I described in more detail earlier, you can set it so it's only a 3* field of view. Some of them won't lock on until you toggle it and the person has to actually fire. Most common hack though, wallz.