I made an overlay for anyone to use. It's inspired by Ascend's Starboard. This is for Xsplit only.
When you finish a SC2 match it pulls your oponents statistics from sc2ranks.com and displays the information. For those players who use R1CH's scene switcher to display a splash screen when out of game you can now have your openents statistics displayed on your splash screen.
If you want to display this information at the start of a game, check out StarPlayed Live.
Here's what it looks like:
How it works: The application notices when a new replay is written. Reads that replay, then grabs the ladder statistics for the player on sc2ranks.com. There's no SC2 memory reading or hacks of anykind.
Set your name (so when it parses the replays it knows who to get the statistics for).
Add the .xbs file to your xSplit scene.
You can click on the getting started text and paste in the file location.
If all goes well you'll have the plugin in your scene now
If it doesn't add to your scene try closing StarPlayed.
That's it! Now when you finish your games the new information will get automatically pulled from sc2ranks.com and displayed. You can also test the plugin yourself by copying a replay into your replay folder.
The source: I'll put it on a version control site at some point, but for now, here's a zip.
On June 26 2012 15:06 NekoFlandre wrote: Good luck to awesome program! Might be useful for osme of the tournies to bad it can't pull them beforehand. Input name / and pulls stats?
I would love to see it on some streams pregame too
I'd love to make a live version where it gets this information as soon as you enter a game so the viewers can have details on who you're currently playing. Unfortuanetly the only way to do this as far as i know is to read SC2's memory. It should be possible, but i've failed to implement that. If anyone has any advice on how to achieve this, please contact me.
It's still applicable especially for players who have a splash screen between games.
That's an interesting idea though. I might make a version that simply allows you to enter a search for sc2ranks. However, to make a player search you have to have either the character ID or the battlenet ID along with the player name.
Last edit: 2012-06-26 15:32:21
kskusanagi Korea (South). June 26 2012 15:22. Posts 125
This is awesome, using it on my stream starting this afternoon. That said what would really be awesome for the between game screen is your own sc2rank to compare it with or the option to have both or something.