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How do I Inject custom models, and what to use? [message #25050] Sun, 26 August 2007 11:55 Go to next message
Silentwindpl is currently offline  Silentwindpl
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Well yeah I'm new here,
I've done modding for other games and whatnot. I use 3ds max 8. Is fable compatible with it? Also, if I do export the 3ds file into a compatible extension how would I 'inject' or plug it into the game. Also, one more thing. Does fable use bone structures to animate the bipeds or does it use nodes?


Thanks,
~Silentwindpl
Re: How do I Inject custom models, and what to use? [message #25062 is a reply to message #25050] Sun, 26 August 2007 13:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
crazybunny is currently offline  crazybunny
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it uses bones to animate, but animation is only on clothing bows and characters. Yes you can use 3ds max 8 and you have to export as direct x.You have to use pandasoft exporter to export .x correctly though.and fable FEhas the option to load a custom model in the game.Go check out the work inprogress section to see lots of model stuff. i made a couple weapons and im working on clothing now. Weapon is easy, and clothing is a pain in the ass. Id suggest to learn on a weapon model first

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Re: How do I Inject custom models, and what to use? [message #25064 is a reply to message #25050] Sun, 26 August 2007 13:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
OldBoy is currently offline  OldBoy
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Have you seen this thread?
You'll find some usefull info and links on the subject.


http://img18.imageshack.us/img18/1640/48x48exit.png
this is not an exit.
Re: How do I Inject custom models, and what to use? [message #25105 is a reply to message #25050] Sun, 26 August 2007 21:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Silentwindpl wrote on Sun, 26 August 2007 13:55

Well yeah I'm new here,
I've done modding for other games and whatnot. I use 3ds max 8. Is fable compatible with it? Also, if I do export the 3ds file into a compatible extension how would I 'inject' or plug it into the game. Also, one more thing. Does fable use bone structures to animate the bipeds or does it use nodes?


Thanks,
~Silentwindpl


Fe exports bones as nodes. But that's just fine for weighting.



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Re: How do I Inject custom models, and what to use? [message #25218 is a reply to message #25062] Mon, 27 August 2007 14:39 Go to previous message
Silentwindpl is currently offline  Silentwindpl
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crazybunny wrote on Sun, 26 August 2007 13:20

it uses bones to animate, but animation is only on clothing bows and characters. Yes you can use 3ds max 8 and you have to export as direct x.You have to use pandasoft exporter to export .x correctly though.and fable FEhas the option to load a custom model in the game.Go check out the work inprogress section to see lots of model stuff. i made a couple weapons and im working on clothing now. Weapon is easy, and clothing is a pain in the ass. Id suggest to learn on a weapon model first

http://www.andytather.co.uk/Panda/directxmax_downloads.aspx

Thanks I got it! (Atleast I think that's the right one).

Well, I'm going to read some tutorials.. Once I find some, on how to mod for fable. Thanks for all the help guys!
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