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New Flyer D40LF texture template

Started by Miller, March 18, 2017, 12:02:45 am

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Miller

I'm having trouble with this buses Template. Which one do i use?? I tried using one but it only made my bus silver with my faded paint scheme. The rest of the outside textures are silver. Is there a special template I supposed to use? Its definitely different from the LFSA's template.
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MTA3306

use "D40LF_MA_full_NoAds.bmp" when making a paint

Miller

And save it as a .dds file correct?
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MTA3306

No. Save it as a new .BMP (you'll need the old one for making more) and convert the file using the RepaintTool.

Miller

So, the repaint tool only gives me an error when trying to convert it. Slapping the .BMP in to paint.net and saving it as .DDS also doesn't work as this happens: https://gyazo.com/adcb6033e4b0088375167597ec7a9ecc :l
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Jacob

Quote from: Miller on March 20, 2017, 08:46:02 pm
So, the repaint tool only gives me an error when trying to convert it. Slapping the .BMP in to paint.net and saving it as .DDS also doesn't work as this happens: https://gyazo.com/adcb6033e4b0088375167597ec7a9ecc :l



At least you get a nice shiny silver bus!
Derp derpity derp...

Miller

Lol then all of the other necessary textures will be broken too such as lights and what nots.
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Mta_Donny

Don't know if this is the right section but I'm having issues trying to repaint the New Flyer DE60LF. The front come out fine but the back has white textures. I turned the settings down and still nothing. Coud someone please help? Thanks

19adam99

Or you could just save it as a .tga with an opacity of 10%.

Orange

Quote from: Miller on March 20, 2017, 08:46:02 pm
So, the repaint tool only gives me an error when trying to convert it. Slapping the .BMP in to paint.net and saving it as .DDS also doesn't work as this happens: https://gyazo.com/adcb6033e4b0088375167597ec7a9ecc :l


open it in regular paint and resave it as bmp, then it will convert
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Miller

https://gyazo.com/4f6e8ce92e67001b62a7fcd007cd65da Followed every direction and even used MTA's tutorial yet i get that same error.
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Miller

Quote from: Miller on May 05, 2017, 11:10:48 pm
https://gyazo.com/4f6e8ce92e67001b62a7fcd007cd65da Followed every direction and even used MTA's tutorial yet i get that same error.
What am I doing wrong?
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MTA3306

Quote from: Mta_Donny on March 23, 2017, 03:03:51 pm
Don't know if this is the right section but I'm having issues trying to repaint the New Flyer DE60LF. The front come out fine but the back has white textures. I turned the settings down and still nothing. Coud someone please help? Thanks


If it's white, that typically means the file necessary is not existent in the folder used for the repaint. Make sure you spelled it right with the proper file extension and that the actual image is there.

Quote from: Miller on May 05, 2017, 11:10:48 pm
https://gyazo.com/4f6e8ce92e67001b62a7fcd007cd65da Followed every direction and even used MTA's tutorial yet i get that same error.


After you save the template as a .BMP, it should be about 12 MB. Given that you select the right .RPC file (I recommend "D40_NoAds_RearFan_FullPaint.rpc". This will change the .BMP into an encrypted (to some extent) .DDS file that will be read by OMSI. The paint should now be 16 MB. If you attempt to follow a process that is different from this, there is a high chance you will get the silver bus. That means the file is too small to be read by OMSI.

If the error persists, I would try re-downloading the OMSI SDK Tools, and add in the qtinf.dll files. I've never really seen that error before, so chances are it's the program itself (a bad egg out of a bunch).


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