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This is a quick summary of what to know when submitting to the site. Further information is available below this summary if needed.

Movie file

Our EmulatorResources and Platforms pages list all allowable input file formats. The site does not recognize any input file not on those lists, and as such they cannot be submitted. Please contact us if you have an input file format that you want to be supported!
Your movie file must be compressed into a ZIP file before sending. We do not accept any other compression formats! The ZIP file must only include the movie file. Make sure the movie file in the ZIP has no subdirectories in its path, even if the ZIP program you use saves subdirectories by default. The path should be empty.


The TASVideos username(s) of the author(s). Hit the + button to add multiple authors.

External Authors

This field is for author that don't have a TASVideos account. Separated with comma for multiple authors.

Game version and name

If the game has multiple revisions, please indicate the revision too. For example: USA r0 or USA r1. If you don't know the version, use the most appropriate option.
Please write the official name of the game. For example, if you are submitting a movie for the game Super Mario Bros., write Super Mario Bros.. Do not write Super Mario, SMB, Mario, or Mario Bros., since the names may be confused with other titles. If the game has a Japanese title (or other non-Latin writing system), write the most well-known romanization. For instance, Japanese titles are written using Wāpuro rōmaji.

Branch name

This is the category of the run you are submitting. Examples of branches include "100%", "playaround", and "game end glitch". Fastest completion (known as "any%") runs do not need to be branched.

ROM filename

The ROM filename is important in verifying your submission. Ideally, it should be the Good Tools ROM set name, as it gives all of the necessary information about the game, the version, and the ROM dump. Example: Final Fantasy III (U) (V1.0) [!].smc

Emulator and version

List the emulator you used, as well as the version. The version is important, as newer or older versions of emulators can affect your movie's sync.
If you have a video encode of your run, you can put its link here. If you have several videos, see below for how to add them to the wiki text.

Comments and Explanations

This is where you explain your submission. These comments are extremely helpful for both the Judges and the community to understand your run, so please fill them in as much as you possibly can. The submission page includes a "Prefill Submission Comments" button that provides a basic outline you can work off of.
The submission text uses a special text formatting system. Use * for bullet lists, ! for headings and put an empty line between each of your paragraphs. Do not begin lines with spaces.
The most important information to include is as follows. Omitting this information may lead to a more difficult judgement process:
It is also highly recommended that you include the following information, as it significantly helps the Judges and the community to understand your game and your submission:
There is a preview function, so you can make sure your comments look as you intended. For any changes that need to be made, you can edit (bottom of page, click "Edit") the text after submitting.
If you're a non-native English speaker, you can ask someone to help you translate from your native language.


You need to be logged in to submit movies. The login procedure is explained at the login page. After you've logged in, go here to submit.
Submissions may take some time to go through. Please wait after clicking Submit, as you may end up submitting several duplicate submissions by clicking it multiple times.
If your submission fails to go through, contact us via the forum or Discord and we'll help you out.

After submitting the movie

Your movie will appear in a few places:
When you submit a movie, a topic will automatically be created for your submission, allowing the community to comment on it. You are highly encouraged to follow the discussion and answer questions that may come up after submitting the movie. If you click “watch this topic for replies” at the page showing the discussion of the movie, the site will automatically e-mail you a notification when someone comments on your movie.
A Judge will claim your movie and start looking into it, setting it to one of the following statuses:
Judges are human beings with lives, and may not always be available to process submissions. Please be patient if it is taking some time for your submission to be claimed or judged.
If a submission is accepted, it will be accepted to one of three Classes. One can find out more information about these three classes in the Class page and in the MovieRules.

Updating the submission file

If you later notice that your movie needs some minor changes, such as a new shortcut that is easy to incorporate, or a few more frames of input to reach the actual ending, you can request the submission file to be updated without having to cancel and submit a new movie. Upload your updated movie to Userfiles and make a post in your submission's discussion thread, announcing your improvement and linking to the userfile you've uploaded. Uploading to other file hosting sites is also allowed. For major changes, please cancel your submission and submit again.
It is useful to elaborate on what your new movie has in it and why you want the submission to be updated. This operation requires a staff member to personally update your submission, so it may take a bit of time while it is being verified (regarding sync and other things). Alternatively you can send a private message to a judge or a senior, containing your userfile link and all the notes about it, but public posts are preferred.

Final Words

All submissions are considered for publication, and we have standards for our publications that we hold each submission to. Please be mindful and accepting of critique on your submissions, and stay civil during discussions. Our intent is always to help you improve your skills, not to dissuade you from ever TASing again. We have Userfiles, the forum, and a Discord server that you can use to share your TAS projects without submitting them for judgement.
Users who flagrantly abuse the submission mechanism, such as by spamming several runs in a very short time, will have their submission privileges revoked at the discretion of the administration, and may be banned from the site entirely if their abuse warrants it.

SubmissionInstructions last edited by Samsara on 3/12/2024 12:23 PM
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