1. Open the version of Quake II included with the MPK and start a multiplayer networked session. Have your virtual cast join the game--you´ll need a player for each character in the scene, plus one for the camera.
2. Record the action using Quake´s built-in demo recorder. Shoot as many times as you like from as many angles as you´d like; save a different demo for each shot.
3. Using film-editing software Keygrip II (included in the MPK), delete unnecessary frames and tweak the camerawork.
4. Record your demos to an .avi file with CaptureBatch (included). Add sound and splice scenes using the MPK´s open-source A/V editing software.
5. For the dedicated filmmaker, the MPK includes texture and map editors to customize scenery, props, characters, even facial expressions. Next stop: the Oscars!