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Posted on 09-17-13 08:16:19 AM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Maïté
some stuff


1. it hasn't enough textures, because there's no rom space for it. you'll have to correct the textures yourself, but for that, you've got to know levelscripts and polygon commands first, so it's not that easy...

2. the textures look bad in the game, because frauber's plugin doesn't export the UV mapping. to make it look good ingame too, you'll have to get sketchup pro and export it with the pro exporter. make sure to only texture white faces, because backfaces don't get exported.

3. the model goes invisible, because (just guessing, i can't look into your rom) the vanish cap and metal cap load different models. you'll have to correct that manually too, which is also not that easy...

so the 2nd thing is quite easy to do, for the other problems you'll have to know a bit about how the game works. i suggest reading through the old threads about polygon data, levelscripts and geo layouts for that... it's pretty time consuming.
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Posted on 10-19-13 07:03:10 PM Link | Quote
If I enter a level that I've imported a model to, It black-screens. Am I doing something wrong?
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Posted on 10-20-13 04:32:42 AM Link | Quote
Originally posted by skyluigi
If I enter a level that I've imported a model to, It black-screens. Am I doing something wrong?

yes
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Posted on 10-20-13 09:14:58 AM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Kaze
Originally posted by skyluigi
If I enter a level that I've imported a model to, It black-screens. Am I doing something wrong?

yes


Is there a way to fix it?
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Posted on 10-21-13 07:43:40 AM Link | Quote
Originally posted by skyluigi
Originally posted by Kaze
Originally posted by skyluigi
If I enter a level that I've imported a model to, It black-screens. Am I doing something wrong?

yes


Is there a way to fix it?


sure, but you'll have to give some details like the importer version, emulator version, levelsize,... because there is a huge amount of mistakes, that you can make.
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Posted on 10-21-13 07:25:24 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Kaze

sure, but you'll have to give some details like the importer version, emulator version, levelsize,... because there is a huge amount of mistakes, that you can make.


Importer: Skelux's importer, 1.7S
Emulator: Project64 1.7
Levelsize: ????? Where do I find the levelsize?
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Posted on 10-22-13 09:29:22 AM Link | Quote
Originally posted by skyluigi
Originally posted by Kaze

sure, but you'll have to give some details like the importer version, emulator version, levelsize,... because there is a huge amount of mistakes, that you can make.


Importer: Skelux's importer, 1.7S
Emulator: Project64 1.7
Levelsize: ????? Where do I find the levelsize?



the levelsize is the amount of faces (visible in the preview of the importer)
well, the problem can be, that it has too much faces. it can also be, that there's no correct match of warp IDs in your level. (look into the 0x26 warp destinations);
another reason can be some bad code, like putting objects with a wrong collision pointer, not working ASM,...
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Posted on 10-22-13 08:03:27 PM (last edited by skyluigi at 01-18-14 01:14:29 PM) Link | Quote
Originally posted by Kaze

the levelsize is the amount of faces (visible in the preview of the importer)
well, the problem can be, that it has too much faces. it can also be, that there's no correct match of warp IDs in your level. (look into the 0x26 warp destinations);
another reason can be some bad code, like putting objects with a wrong collision pointer, not working ASM,...


I finally got it working. The problem now is I get a blank blue screen in TT64.

Edit, 1 month and 13 days later: Is anyone ever going to answer this?
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Posted on 12-23-13 10:57:32 PM (last edited by Celux at 12-23-13 10:58:46 PM) Link | Quote
Originally posted by skyluigi
Originally posted by Kaze

the levelsize is the amount of faces (visible in the preview of the importer)
well, the problem can be, that it has too much faces. it can also be, that there's no correct match of warp IDs in your level. (look into the 0x26 warp destinations);
another reason can be some bad code, like putting objects with a wrong collision pointer, not working ASM,...


I finally got it working. The problem now is I get a blank blue screen in TT64.

Edit, 1 month and 13 days later: Is anyone ever going to answer this?


What operating system are you running?

You also might just be seeing the background because TT64 will not draw enough polygons to account for imported levels. Click the box which says something like "display collision map" near the bottom right corner of the application and the level should appear. Additionally, in the options screen of TT64 you must have "skip checksum" enabled.
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Posted on 01-01-14 04:57:19 PM Link | Quote
I have a big question!
Is someone here, who can make a complete Super Mario 64 Hacking Tutorial?

The Tutorial of Lugmillord is still nice, but I can't use newer things like custom objects...

It would be nice!
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Posted on 01-01-14 11:41:36 PM Link | Quote
Hey Guys.

I've extended a ROM-File to 64mb.
After that I patched the ROM with Skelux "SM64_Boundary_Patch_1.2.ppf" and with "obj_import18S.ppf" and of cause I've choosen an OBJ-File, replacing Bob-Omb-Battlefield.

After I had done this, I opened TT64 (Version 0.5994b), to insert some objects, but this error-message appears: "Not a valid ROM.

Please open a ROM that has been extended with the latest version of the Mario 64 ROM extender (currently 1.2b) But the strange thing: I had extended my ROM with the version 1.3. I don't understand, what I had done wrong.

Thanks for helping, guys!
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Posted on 01-02-14 10:15:57 AM (last edited by Celux at 01-02-14 10:17:31 AM) Link | Quote
Originally posted by FrittenFriseur
Hey Guys.

I've extended a ROM-File to 64mb.
After that I patched the ROM with Skelux "SM64_Boundary_Patch_1.2.ppf" and with "obj_import18S.ppf" and of cause I've choosen an OBJ-File, replacing Bob-Omb-Battlefield.

After I had done this, I opened TT64 (Version 0.5994b), to insert some objects, but this error-message appears: "Not a valid ROM.

Please open a ROM that has been extended with the latest version of the Mario 64 ROM extender (currently 1.2b) But the strange thing: I had extended my ROM with the version 1.3. I don't understand, what I had done wrong.

Thanks for helping, guys!


You don't need to do any of this manually, just open a regular 8MB SM64 ROM in importer 1.9 and the patching will be properly performed. After this, you'll need to enable skipping checksum in TT64.

Also, if metalman is still around, it's likely he'll beat you to death with a metal pipe for triple posting.
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Posted on 01-03-14 12:38:36 AM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Celux
Originally posted by skyluigi
Originally posted by Kaze

the levelsize is the amount of faces (visible in the preview of the importer)
well, the problem can be, that it has too much faces. it can also be, that there's no correct match of warp IDs in your level. (look into the 0x26 warp destinations);
another reason can be some bad code, like putting objects with a wrong collision pointer, not working ASM,...


I finally got it working. The problem now is I get a blank blue screen in TT64.

Edit, 1 month and 13 days later: Is anyone ever going to answer this?


What operating system are you running?

You also might just be seeing the background because TT64 will not draw enough polygons to account for imported levels. Click the box which says something like "display collision map" near the bottom right corner of the application and the level should appear. Additionally, in the options screen of TT64 you must have "skip checksum" enabled.


Sorry for taking so long to reply. I'm using Windows 7.
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Posted on 01-03-14 03:07:38 AM Link | Quote
Originally posted by FrittenFriseur
I have a big question!
Is someone here, who can make a complete Super Mario 64 Hacking Tutorial?

The Tutorial of Lugmillord is still nice, but I can't use newer things like custom objects...

It would be nice!


Hey guys! Don't triple post!
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Posted on 01-18-14 11:20:47 PM (last edited by skyluigi at 01-18-14 11:23:12 PM) Link | Quote
Originally posted by Celux


What operating system are you running?

You also might just be seeing the background because TT64 will not draw enough polygons to account for imported levels. Click the box which says something like "display collision map" near the bottom right corner of the application and the level should appear. Additionally, in the options screen of TT64 you must have "skip checksum" enabled.


Sorry for taking so long to reply. I'm using Windows 7. (and version 1.8 of the importer).
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Posted on 02-24-14 09:51:15 PM Link | Quote
Hi
I have made a new hub world to replace the inside of the castle, but the objects that i place such as warp pipes dont appear unless I enable the level selector in toads tool, Is there any way to get the objects to appear without the level select or an act selector
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Posted on 03-16-14 05:57:03 AM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Tdog61400
Hi
I have made a new hub world to replace the inside of the castle, but the objects that i place such as warp pipes dont appear unless I enable the level selector in toads tool, Is there any way to get the objects to appear without the level select or an act selector

NO.
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Posted on 03-16-14 07:07:48 PM Link | Quote
Screaming 'NO' at people in here, no matter how appropriate it may seem, is not permitted. A simple "No" or "Nope" or "Not to my knowledge" is good enough.
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Posted on 03-20-14 03:33:11 PM Link | Quote
Screaming? Nope, there wasn't an exclaimation mark, it was a simple no.
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Posted on 03-20-14 03:34:45 PM Link | Quote
Typing in capital letters is often seen as the internet equivalent of shouting, fyi.
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