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 Post subject: demon's souls FLV file
PostPosted: Mon Aug 25, 2014 7:45 am 
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Hello everyone! I would like to start a topic like that of dark soul flv but the center demons' souls. I would have interest in some models and would like to import them in 3d studio max.


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Maxscript for Demon's Souls models, not finished but you will get meshes+weights only bones will be twisted for some models

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 Post subject: Re: demon's souls FLV file
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zaramot wrote:
Maxscript for Demon's Souls models, not finished but you will get meshes+weights only bones will be twisted for some models

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thank you very much for the script! but you can also have the model with the texture?


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Textures are in .TPF containers, the are straight .dds files. You can extract them with any HexEditor their names/offsets and size are visible there. I'll write Noesis script if will have time or maybe someone write it first xD

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well, well .... but now is also another issue that are the weapons! are in a format different from the characters!


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Different format? All weapons+armor parts are in .flver format and imports fine!


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zaramot wrote:
Different format? All weapons+armor parts are in .flver format and imports fine!




and where to find them? apart from the characters, can not find them in that size!


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probably in 'parts' if the folder structure is the same.

If you need textures you can prob modify Rick's TPF unpacker from his Dark souls tools to work with the 'older' Demon's Souls TPFs.

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Textures are in .TPF containers, the are straight .dds files. You can extract them with any HexEditor their names/offsets and size are visible there. I'll write Noesis script if will have time or maybe someone write it first xD

Or Texturefinder can probably help you

Gonna try and dump my disc and see what I can do.


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whoops, double post


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TehDave wrote:
probably in 'parts' if the folder structure is the same.

If you need textures you can prob modify Rick's TPF unpacker from his Dark souls tools to work with the 'older' Demon's Souls TPFs.

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Textures are in .TPF containers, the are straight .dds files. You can extract them with any HexEditor their names/offsets and size are visible there. I'll write Noesis script if will have time or maybe someone write it first xD

Or Texturefinder can probably help you

Gonna try and dump my disc and see what I can do.


if you can do it for me okay! tries to put to work immediately! and for weapons you're right is in parts but are in a different format that I can not read!


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Ah, here's quickbms script to extract files from .partsbnd containers - you will get models and textures in .flver/.tpf


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 Post subject: Re: demon's souls FLV file
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I used your script but when the amount there is nothing! only two bone!


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You did something wrong I guess, attach here model you tried or just write the name of it. I'll try it from my side. Maybe I posted first version of the script, not latest xD

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yeah, I was just about to ask about the partsbnd in demon's

Just need textures now, Texturefinder can see them but holy shit is it a pain to do this manually. We really need a script for the DeS format TPFs.

edit: didn't work with the partsbnd.dcx but it did work with the partsbnd. Odd.


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This will let you view the .TPF textures in Noesis for this game.

Someone requested in another thread so I figured I'd post it here too!


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