Parse and generate Rocket League replays. https://github.com/tfausak/rattletrap#readme

Version on this page:2.1.5
LTS Haskell 10.10:3.1.2
Stackage Nightly 2018-01-25:4.0.3
Latest on Hackage:4.0.5

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MIT licensed
Maintained by Taylor Fausak

Module documentation for 2.1.5


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Rattletrap parses and generates Rocket League replays.


Get Rattletrap by downloading and unpacking the latest release for your platform.

To build Rattletrap from source, install Stack. Then run stack --resolver nightly install rattletrap.


Rocket League saves your replays in a folder that depends on your operating system.

  • Windows: - %UserProfile%/Documents/My Games/Rocket League/TAGame/Demos - For example: C:/Users/Taylor/Documents/My Games/Rocket League/TAGame/Demos
  • macOS: - $HOME/Library/Application Support/Rocket League/TAGame/Demos - For example: /Users/taylor/Library/Application Support/Rocket League/TAGame/Demos
  • Linux: - $HOME/.local/share/Rocket League/TAGame/Demos - For example: /home/taylor/.local/share/Rocket League/TAGame/Demos


Rattletrap is a command line application.

> rattletrap --help
rattletrap version 4.0.0
  -c             --compact                minify JSON output
  -h             --help                   show the help
  -i FILE|URL    --input=FILE|URL         input file or URL
  -m MODE        --mode=MODE              decode or encode
  -o FILE        --output=FILE            output file
  -v             --version                show the version

By default Rattletrap will try to determine the appropriate mode (either decode or encode) based on the file extensions of the input or output. You can override this behavior by passing --mode (or -m) with either decode or encode.

Input extension | Output extension | Mode --- | --- | --- .replay | anything | decode (parse) .json | anything | encode (generate) anything | .replay | encode (generate) anything | .json | decode (parse) anything | anything | decode (parse)


Rattletrap can parse (decode) Rocket League replays and output them as JSON.

> rattletrap --input http://example.com/input.replay --output output.json
# or
> rattletrap -i input.replay > output.json
# or
> rattletrap < input.replay > output.json

The input argument can either be a local path or a URL.

By default the JSON is pretty-printed. To minify the JSON, pass --compact (or -c) to Rattletrap. Even when the JSON is minified, it's extremely large. The output can be up to 100 times larger than the input. For example, a 1.5 MB replay turns into 31 MB of minified JSON or 159 MB of pretty-printed JSON.


Rattletrap can also generate (encode) Rocket League replays from JSON files.

> rattletrap --input http://example.com/input.json --output output.replay
# or
> rattletrap -i input.json > output.replay
# or
> rattletrap --mode encode < input.json > output.replay

The input argument can either be a local path or a URL.

If the JSON was generated by Rattletrap, the output replay will be bit-for-bit identical to the input replay.


By inserting another program between parsing and generating, Rattletrap can be used to modify replays.

> rattletrap -i input.replay |
  modify-replay-json |
  rattletrap -o output.replay


Change log

Rattletrap uses Semantic Versioning. The change log is available through the releases on GitHub.

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