GameCharts     Steam    Source Filmmaker
Month Avg. Players Gain % Gain Peak Players
October 2021 1,042 20 1.96% 1,480
September 2021 1,022 -115 -10.11% 1,452
August 2021 1,137 -9 -0.79% 1,507
July 2021 1,146 5 0.44% 1,536
June 2021 1,141 -37 -3.14% 1,552
May 2021 1,178 -41 -3.36% 1,630
April 2021 1,219 -36 -2.87% 1,689
March 2021 1,255 -39 -3.01% 1,732
February 2021 1,294 -39 -2.93% 1,729
January 2021 1,333 44 3.41% 1,786
December 2020 1,289 8 0.62% 1,736
November 2020 1,281 -41 -3.1% 1,751
October 2020 1,322 7 0.53% 1,767
September 2020 1,315 -57 -4.15% 1,798
August 2020 1,372 34 2.54% 1,834
July 2020 1,338 15 1.13% 1,731
June 2020 1,323 -73 -5.23% 1,813
May 2020 1,396 -1 -0.07% 1,837
April 2020 1,397 213 17.99% 1,792
March 2020 1,184 165 16.19% 1,734
February 2020 1,019 --- --- 1,508

About Source Filmmaker

The Source Filmmaker (SFM) is the movie-making tool built and used by us here at Valve to make movies inside the Source game engine. Because the SFM uses the same assets as the game, anything that exists in the game can be used in the movie, and vice versa. By utilizing the hardware rendering power of a modern gaming PC, the SFM allows storytellers to work in a what-you-see-is-what-you-get environment so they can iterate in the context of what it will feel like for the final audience.

To get started, just click the button above to install. The SFM includes all the base game assets from Team Fortress 2 along with assets from some of the first “Meet the Team” short films.ResourcesOnce you're up and running, here are some general resources for finding help and learning how to get the most out of the Source Filmmaker.