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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
PostPosted: Tue Jun 20, 2017 12:47 am 
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Could someone tell me the latest and best utility for extracting the .arc files so I can be sure I'm using the right tool?

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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
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Could someone tell me the latest and best utility for extracting the .arc files so I can be sure I'm using the right tool?


Try using Noesis, at least thats what worked for me ( On Resident Evil 5 ).


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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
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Okay thanks! I'll try that


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 Post subject: Re: MT Framework import tools
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very good, i was wondering if there's any chance to add the export back support, i knew that someone made a script to export models back into the MT Framework games, but they were for the old versions of Max and the only way to get them is via piracy, could it be added into the future? anyway, good job here.


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Dragon's Dogma is partially supported
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Animation loading VERY slow, with error mesage, but ok
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Revelations 1 (WII U) Animations also load up No problem.
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Skykila wrote:
Dragon's Dogma is partially supported
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Animation loading VERY slow, with error mesage, but ok


Dragons Dogma might use new version animation blocks, it also handles mesh face differently than other versions.
I'll be glad if I receive some samples.

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mr developer. do you know where character animations while holding weapons are? i looked through wesker animations and those are basically walks, fighting, hits and some idling variations


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mr developer. do you know where character animations while holding weapons are? i looked through wesker animations and those are basically walks, fighting, hits and some idling variations


MT Framework features shared animation system, that means animation set for one character will work for another aswell.


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mr developer. do you know where character animations while holding weapons are? i looked through wesker animations and those are basically walks, fighting, hits and some idling variations


MT Framework features shared animation system, that means animation set for one character will work for another aswell.

also i noticed that hands arent animated in weapons stances. hand animations are in different files?


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mwesten1 wrote:
also i noticed that hands arent animated in weapons stances. hand animations are in different files?
I believe that hahds are morphs for this engine so animation is not controlled by bones/weights but by morph states.

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mwesten1 wrote:
also i noticed that hands arent animated in weapons stances. hand animations are in different files?

Weapons and hands animations are separated.


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I believe that hahds are morphs for this engine so animation is not controlled by bones/weights but by morph states.


MT Framework doesn't use morph targets, everything is animated via bones.

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PredatorCZ wrote:
MT Framework doesn't use morph targets, everything is animated via bones.
doesn't it use a bunch of palm models for different states?

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Tosyk wrote:
PredatorCZ wrote:
MT Framework doesn't use morph targets, everything is animated via bones.
doesn't it use a bunch of palm models for different states?

That is indeed correct,
games like, RE6 , REV2, RE1 & 0 HD all use this method for animation hands. (A little annoying)


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Tosyk wrote:
PredatorCZ wrote:
MT Framework doesn't use morph targets, everything is animated via bones.
doesn't it use a bunch of palm models for different states?

That is indeed correct,
games like, RE6 , REV2, RE1 & 0 HD all use this method for animation hands. (A little annoying)
I think it's common thing for most of asian game companies. Especially on low-end platforms.


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