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After removing their own 12 byte headers (which are scattered around in the file) on each mipmap, it can be read normally. (with DDS header ofcourse)
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You are really making good progress here, and I was right when I told Kamshaft the following in an email prior my request above:
Good to know the wild guess wasn't so wild after all.As for the other files, I have taken a look at them, but have not yet figured out exactly what they represent. Sure, there are graphics in there, and quite possibly DDS files (there's a photoshop plugin on the web for DDS files if you don't have it already) that have been header-stripped, but that's just a wild guess..
The only lead I got is this http://discussion.autodesk.com/thread.j ... dID=333785. That would be some obscured and forgoten ACAD application, but rather it is not.After this hopefully, some people will help us figure out the model files (DXG).
By sublimal association I would suspect that it could be more of some DXF format without the header, or also maniacally disguised X file.
EDIT: DXF is definetely not
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