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Arisotura
Posted on 02-07-13 09:51 PM (rev. 4 of 09-29-15 06:29 PM by Fiachra) Link | #14161

Note: The version below is extremely outdated, the latest version is always available for download from this thread.



Remember what Kuribo64's original topic was? There we go again!

SM64DSe is back! With many improvements from Fiachra, great thanks to him.

Screenshot



Changelog

* Fixed model importer, you should meet little to no collision issues now
* Model importer is also a lot more flexible, you can assign collision settings per-material and such
* Ability to export the course model, too
* Ability to export and replace an object's model. This will only work right for objects that don't have animation data, though.
* Texture animations editor. You can now make textures of the level model be animated. This also makes it possible to replace any level's model.
* Text editor, with a nice interface. May not be compatible with Jap ROMs though.
* KCL editor
* and more

Important notes

About model importing: if you replace the model of a level that had water or any other animated texture, remember to remove the corresponding texture animations. If a texture animation points to a non-existing material name, the game will crash.

Downloads

* v2.1: Download
* Older versions: see the archives


Have fun! :)

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MK7tester
Posted on 02-08-13 03:07 AM Link | #14230
Amazing job, I applaud it all. I need to use this tool sometime in the future.

Tahcryon
Posted on 02-08-13 08:42 PM Link | #14366
Wow Mega-Mario, that looks great. I do hope SM64DS hacking makes a comeback now :)

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Stygmax
Posted on 02-08-13 11:31 PM Link | #14426
TBH, if possible, a lot of these features would be welcome in Whitehole, especially the 3D model editing and importing utilities.
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Arisotura
Posted on 02-09-13 07:20 PM Link | #14532
Bugfix release, if you have already downloaded it, redownload it please :)

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Skelux
Posted on 02-10-13 08:11 AM Link | #14625
Great release. Do you have any information on fog? It's a small detail still preventing full flexibility of level layout in the game.

Gericom
Posted on 02-10-13 09:35 AM Link | #14632
Posted by Skelux
Great release. Do you have any information on fog? It's a small detail still preventing full flexibility of level layout in the game.

I don't know about the fog color and detensy, but the fog enable flag is in the material settings (of the bmd). In mkds the fog color and detensy is stored in the nkm.

Arisotura
Posted on 02-10-13 11:58 AM Link | #14638
As Gericom said, the model specifies which polygons get fog and which don't.

Fog color and density is controlled by type 8 objects. IIRC there's one per area. I don't remember the format, but they're 8 bytes each, and they contain the fog start and end distances in fixed-point, and the fog color in 8bit RGB format.

I guess I could add an interface to the editor to modify them.

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shibboleet
Posted on 02-27-13 07:55 AM Link | #16658
Derp bump, but This is to actually say....DAMN!

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That's pretty fucking impressive.

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BlackYoshi485
Posted on 04-06-14 03:04 AM Link | #39904
did you will implement vertex colors?

Apache Thunder
Posted on 04-06-14 04:15 AM Link | #39910
I think it does already. But the main issues is that normal OBJ files don't support vertex colors. He said in the dev thread that there's extensions to the OBJ format that can add that. I'm stuck with the standard OBJ exporter that 3DS Max comes with so no way to tell if the editor will import them correctly. Perhaps a better solution to this is allow us to alter the vertex colors from the editor. Perhaps while in the level mesh importer dialog or in the main editor with it's own editing mode button to switch to/from it. But I've already mentioned this in the dev thread. ;)

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PaperplateismGuy
Posted on 04-06-14 05:52 AM Link | #39912
Hmmm. maybe you could export your model to blender and add the vertex colors. there's a plugin that allows you to export special obj.

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Cackletta
Posted on 04-07-14 06:27 AM Link | #39955
Have you ever tried it? It won't look like it looks in blender in any other 3D modeller,like sketchup will not texture vertex colored faces, 3DS max seems to work fine, but it mismatches the mesh that is vtx colored, long story cut short, sketchup is incompatible with anything that has to do with vtx I've tries this in sonic heroes.

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Fiachra
Posted on 04-07-14 03:54 PM Link | #39960
This is currently being (and should be) discussed in the Editor Development thread. It is already possible to import vertex colours by importing models using the DAE format.

Stygmax
Posted on 04-29-14 12:10 AM (rev. 2 of 04-29-14 12:10 AM) Link | #40717
I wanted to make it clear that this runs perfectly under Wine in OS X.

Just download and install Wine from http://winebottler.kronenberg.org and run the executable for SM64DSe. I have yet to find any incompatibilities whatsoever.

Just putting this out there for all of the potential Mac users who want (or may want in the future) to be able to edit SM64DS levels.
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