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LeelooBastet 23-12-17 01:14

I have the pages with missing images of that tutorial, that i found on my HD
(http://www.tombraiderforums.com/showthread.php?t=215579)

https://mega.nz/#!xfx3gIAb!XqQKJfn-U...cBBI3CjQ1W0zTg

AkyV 23-12-17 11:06

Thank you, I changed them (in the one of the tutorial section): :)

http://www.tombraiderforums.com/showthread.php?t=215588

LeelooBastet 03-01-18 19:47

Where can i ask for an improvement for Strpix ?
Cause it would be great if it could import UVMapped MQO files and directly cut the textures in the good format. I really dont know how to transform my texture file into those stupid little squared textures :grrrr:

Titak 03-01-18 20:23

^
Have you tried Teme9's method with Blender?
You can find it somewhere in the Software Development section.

(Btw, this thread is for tutorial suggestions, not program suggestions. :))

Caesum 03-01-18 20:25

The newest strPIX already allows importing objects with uvw maps and automatically cuts them into WAD-compatible squares. Haven't tested it though. Yet.

LeelooBastet 03-01-18 21:33

Quote:

Originally Posted by Titak (Post 7809778)
^
Have you tried Teme9's method with Blender?
You can find it somewhere in the Software Development section.

(Btw, this thread is for tutorial suggestions, not program suggestions. :))

Yes and I never get it to work, never understood how to :/

Quote:

Originally Posted by Caesum (Post 7809780)
The newest strPIX already allows importing objects with uvw maps and automatically cuts them into WAD-compatible squares.

Oh ?? Where can I dl it from ?

Titak 04-01-18 09:10

There's a thread dedicated to STRPix in our Software Development section. :D
I'm not sure if the latest version is on the first page, so you might have to browse the thread to find it.
It is rev 18n.

TR-Freak 08-01-18 10:03

The tutorial by dcw123 always talks about blocks, although the measurement is clicks.:o

Titak 08-01-18 10:19

Which tutorial exactly? Link please. :D
So it can be adjusted if needed. :D

TR-Freak 08-01-18 10:28

The very first on the page.

http://www.tombraiderforums.com/showthread.php?t=219014


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