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Spotlight: Señor Casaroja's Noesis
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Author:  mono24 [ Fri Mar 03, 2017 8:43 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Spotlight: Señor Casaroja's Noesis

In the newly updated version, it seems we can gain access to the FFXV model files, but that means only those who have a mod PS4 with version for the firmware being 1.76, to be able to extract the game data, correct?
Because even those of us with a new optical drive on a PC just inserting the game disc and copying the huge .pkg file to computer its still not possible to decrypt and unpack, or are we missing tools/info on it that regular users have no access to it?

cheers

Author:  pixellegolas [ Thu Mar 09, 2017 5:50 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Spotlight: Señor Casaroja's Noesis

Todays patch on ps4 says that we now can copy programs to external usb. I have no clue what it means but perhaps it opens possibilities?

Author:  Meguido [ Sat Mar 18, 2017 2:00 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Spotlight: Señor Casaroja's Noesis

mono24 wrote:
In the newly updated version, it seems we can gain access to the FFXV model files, but that means only those who have a mod PS4 with version for the firmware being 1.76, to be able to extract the game data, correct?
Because even those of us with a new optical drive on a PC just inserting the game disc and copying the huge .pkg file to computer its still not possible to decrypt and unpack, or are we missing tools/info on it that regular users have no access to it?

cheers


This remains a secret. I'm interested too. :roll:

Author:  obodobear [ Fri Apr 07, 2017 2:14 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Spotlight: Señor Casaroja's Noesis

Hello, I'm using Noesis to port a map from a Wii game (Xenoblade Chronicles) to the source engine (Team Fortress 2 Specifically). I would like to know if there is any way to export a md5mesh or PSK file format into a .vmf .bsp .vmm .rmf or a .map file that is compatible with source. Also if these are not supported, do have any plans to support them in the future? Thanks

[Edit] On second thought I would like to also ask if you have any knowledge of how to compile extracted .smd files so they can be used in source?

Author:  ssringo [ Tue Jun 13, 2017 10:24 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Spotlight: Señor Casaroja's Noesis

Question about Tekken 7 support in noesis. It was mentioned over on Gildor's umodel forums that noesis supports the game and doesn't have the issue with mismatched skeletons and meshes (they aren't scaled the same so the skeleton doesn't line up with the mesh). However, I can't get any meshes to load or export in noesis (textures work fine). When loading a character mesh noesis hangs and eats up RAM until it hits 4GB and then crashes with the out of memory error (that scolds me for doing so!!). I have more than enough RAM :)

I've extracted the pak files with noesis, umodel and using aluigi's quickbms script for extracting pak files. Same result. Loading a uasset file crashes noesis. I've also ran noesis with the cmd line argument -ue4gamehack 1 and -ue4gamehack through the cmd prompt as well as setting the argument in the shortcut for the program. I am using the latest version of noesis as well (4278).

Am I missing something in the process? Thank you for any insight into this.

Author:  Tosyk [ Wed Jun 14, 2017 7:26 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Spotlight: Señor Casaroja's Noesis

is there a way to flip polygon normals on export?

Author:  chrrox [ Wed Jun 14, 2017 9:25 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Spotlight: Señor Casaroja's Noesis

Tosyk wrote:
is there a way to flip polygon normals on export?

in the script add this option
rapi.rpgSetOption(noesis.RPGOPT_TRIWINDBACKWARD, 1)
or if you created the triangle manually just append them instead of 1 2 3 do 1 3 2

Author:  Tosyk [ Wed Jun 14, 2017 9:45 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Spotlight: Señor Casaroja's Noesis

chrrox wrote:
Tosyk wrote:
is there a way to flip polygon normals on export?

in the script add this option
rapi.rpgSetOption(noesis.RPGOPT_TRIWINDBACKWARD, 1)
or if you created the triangle manually just append them instead of 1 2 3 do 1 3 2

Thanks! But if I export into .FBX how can I apply this script?

Author:  MrAdults [ Wed Jun 14, 2017 1:11 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Spotlight: Señor Casaroja's Noesis

ssringo wrote:
Question about Tekken 7 support in noesis. It was mentioned over on Gildor's umodel forums that noesis supports the game and doesn't have the issue with mismatched skeletons and meshes (they aren't scaled the same so the skeleton doesn't line up with the mesh). However, I can't get any meshes to load or export in noesis (textures work fine). When loading a character mesh noesis hangs and eats up RAM until it hits 4GB and then crashes with the out of memory error (that scolds me for doing so!!). I have more than enough RAM :)

I've extracted the pak files with noesis, umodel and using aluigi's quickbms script for extracting pak files. Same result. Loading a uasset file crashes noesis. I've also ran noesis with the cmd line argument -ue4gamehack 1 and -ue4gamehack through the cmd prompt as well as setting the argument in the shortcut for the program. I am using the latest version of noesis as well (4278).

Am I missing something in the process? Thank you for any insight into this.

Yeah, wrong place. Those commands go here. When you export, you should also provide them as-needed in the "Advanced options" field. They would only go on the actual application commandline when using ?cmode to export via commandline.
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Author:  MisterNatal [ Thu Jun 22, 2017 11:09 pm ]
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MrAdults wrote:
ssringo wrote:
Question about Tekken 7 support in noesis. It was mentioned over on Gildor's umodel forums that noesis supports the game and doesn't have the issue with mismatched skeletons and meshes (they aren't scaled the same so the skeleton doesn't line up with the mesh). However, I can't get any meshes to load or export in noesis (textures work fine). When loading a character mesh noesis hangs and eats up RAM until it hits 4GB and then crashes with the out of memory error (that scolds me for doing so!!). I have more than enough RAM :)

I've extracted the pak files with noesis, umodel and using aluigi's quickbms script for extracting pak files. Same result. Loading a uasset file crashes noesis. I've also ran noesis with the cmd line argument -ue4gamehack 1 and -ue4gamehack through the cmd prompt as well as setting the argument in the shortcut for the program. I am using the latest version of noesis as well (4278).

Am I missing something in the process? Thank you for any insight into this.

Yeah, wrong place. Those commands go here. When you export, you should also provide them as-needed in the "Advanced options" field. They would only go on the actual application commandline when using ?cmode to export via commandline.
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Figured it out, for those also curious Open Noesis and click on "Tools > Data Viewer" from there open "Persistent Settings > Other" and change the "default preview Commands to this
-fbxmanualprop -scrmdlpbr -qsatsubcolor -fbxpreserveprops -msiahtblack -ue4gamehack 1 -ue4datapath "Change this to where your uasset files are located"
Copy and paste that and make the change and you'll be able to extract tekken 7 models ^^

EDIT: Jesus second time on this site I've been left to figure out the answer on my own, I re-read through this page and the answer was thanks to the original poster lol when you go to export type in the Advanced options "-ue4gamehack 1" and it'll export fine. In regards to tekken the only thing left to do at this point is recolor those textures using the M map as a guide hope this helps at least one person besides myself

Author:  Tosyk [ Sat Jul 08, 2017 9:05 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Spotlight: Señor Casaroja's Noesis

MrAdults wrote:
Tosyk wrote:
Is there a way to flip model and skeleton along axis? sometimes I'm getting models flipped along X in which, for ex., left hand is on the right side of the body. So I think that maybe noesis could handle this flipping thing.

There's an option in the data viewer to flip the projection. Otherwise it's up to the importer to modify the handedness if it's desired. Generally I'm a fan of leaving geometry intact and passing it through directly.
hi MrAdults,

It's been a while since my failure attempt to convert Black Desert models in batch — all its models and skeletons are flipped along X axis so the right hand/bones were left and left hand/bones otherwise. I wanted to get all the models in .fbx and setup pipeline for composing different character parts in 3ds max as I always do for such "fat" game. However this "flip" thing didn't let me do this because fixing it in 3ds max is a really timestilling task. So I dropped my willings to deal with the game.

Tekken 7 is out recently and have the same issue. So I wonder if it's possible to batch export from noesis with "flip the projection" option?

Author:  S0UZ [ Sat Aug 19, 2017 1:54 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Spotlight: Señor Casaroja's Noesis

Sorry if this request too much disturbing for you(like me or someone else are too annoying and lazy or so...). But is it possile that you could make: a change on fly to windows explorer like delete... Exxample, when there are too many garbage file and you wish to delete them so you could only delete it in Noesis and in Windows explorer it will send those files to recycle bin or completely removed it. With this way, it will save many times for many peoples (including me). I give this request because Noesis is the greatest of viewer and support most of game. I used this always and maybe manyones do.
Sorry again for my English as it isn't my native
Thanks for seeing my request.

Author:  RoadTrain [ Sun Sep 10, 2017 4:20 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Spotlight: Señor Casaroja's Noesis

Hello MrAdults!

One user of my Noesis plugin ran into an issue: Noesis can't see the plugin. He's using Windows 10.

So far we tried: installing MSVC++ 2010 Redist, rebuilding the plugin in VS2012. Nothing.

Does Noesis write some kind of logs somewhere which can be useful to diagnose problems like that?

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