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Re: Divine Divinity 2 ".DV2" file.

Post by Itze » Fri Jul 31, 2009 7:11 am

EDIT: Sorry doublepost... proxy @ work fucked up

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Re: Divine Divinity 2 ".DV2" file.

Post by kimono » Sat Aug 01, 2009 3:32 pm

Perhaps this would be better suited to a different section of the forums but seeing as this utilises the pretty common Gamebryo engine is anyone managing to make any headway decompiling these NIF's into a format readable by 3d App's? I would try myself but I'm only a lowly artist and have no experience with coding past the language hack detailed on the last few pages :] I modelled a sword recently that I would certainly love to get into the game and usable, I have my fingers crossed that eventually it will be as easy as TES:O

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Re: Divine Divinity 2 ".DV2" file.

Post by xrysha » Thu Aug 13, 2009 4:25 pm

Hello! can someone please help me, I read a little of what you wrote here and the way I understood so far is that you have found a way to get the game to English-speaking! but can someone explain how to do and what you need to do it? :roll:

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Re: Divine Divinity 2 ".DV2" file.

Post by bonzay » Thu Aug 20, 2009 8:32 am

Hi,
I need a little help.
It seems that most of you guys succeded in making
game work in english lang without the second screen to get stuck.
well I tried to follow some of the steps u guys did but I lost you
guys in what to change to what...
if any one can post a full guide what to change and what to put in what
so I can play the game in english it would be awsome.

Thank you.

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Re: Divine Divinity 2 ".DV2" file.

Post by Lozz » Fri Sep 25, 2009 8:59 am

Edited: 15:53. changed it abit since i have the same problem as the guy above,
now iv tried for two days to get it working =/

this is what i do,
1- Extract the dialogs.dv2 file, change the "German" in soundbanks to "English(US)"
2- Change the Dialog file in the win32 folder that gets exstracted from "xxx.German.dialog -> xxx.English(US).dialog
3- opens CMD and packs it all up again,
4- moves the modified "dialogs.dv2" file back to it original position.
5- goes into the Larian studio folder in the registry and changes it to "English(US)"

but still. char creation goes smooth, the first area goes smooth, but when leaving that town area, the "intro cinematic " starts and when finished it goes into loadingmode for the next zone, witch it just wont finish loading,

where or what am i doing wrong?..

ps, when im in the first area, i do not have sound from npc's i talk to, just the English Text.
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Re: Divine Divinity 2 ".DV2" file.

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Re: Divine Divinity 2 ".DV2" file.

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Re: Divine Divinity 2 ".DV2" file.

Post by axel » Sun Sep 27, 2009 2:08 pm

if anyone can help, greatly appreciated,
so i got the dialogs to work, all txt is now in english
but when i repack soundbanks even with -a, my game loses all sound, any ideas

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Re: Divine Divinity 2 ".DV2" file.

Post by Farflame » Thu Dec 17, 2009 2:30 pm

Interesting discussion here. I have problem with packing utility mentioned in this topic. Please could you help me?

I explained my problem in this topic:
forum.xentax.com/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=3942

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Re: Divine Divinity 2 ".DV2" file.

Post by topagae » Mon Jan 04, 2010 12:51 am

Can someone please repost the .dv files? They're off megaupload now

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Re: Divine Divinity 2 ".DV2" file.

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Re: Divine Divinity 2 ".DV2" file.

Post by drysler » Sun Sep 26, 2010 1:30 am

Hi guys,

i am just looking at the dv2 files that came with Divinity 2: Flames of Vengeance,
and the dv2_u unpack tool does not seem to work anymore.

The developers of that dv2 files must be complete nutty or wizards :) ( ... I believe in the first....)

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Re: Divine Divinity 2 ".DV2" file.

Post by ShadowRoze » Sun Apr 07, 2013 7:59 pm

the dv2_u.exe utility does not seem to work on the DV2-files in the developers cut version, too bad, I really wanted the music.
Anyone got a updated utility?

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Re: Divine Divinity 2 ".DV2" file.

Post by lostprophet » Sun Apr 07, 2013 9:53 pm

ShadowRoze wrote:the dv2_u.exe utility does not seem to work on the DV2-files in the developers cut version, too bad, I really wanted the music.
Anyone got a updated utility?
The music can be downloaded legally from Kirill Pokrovsky, the composer's homepage: http://pokrovsky.hosthazard.com/divinity2.zip
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