View Full Version : Demo models prob?
Jul 24 2003, 21:36
Am i right in thinking that the models in the demo version of OFP canbe loaded into Oxygen?
If so, then i have a problem.
I extract the pbo using PBO Tool but the .p3d wont load into oxygen, any ideas why?
Any tips would be greatly recieved thank you
You need to use Xpack on the models.. get it here:
Jul 24 2003, 23:38
thank u very much for your reply,
i have xpack and hav used it a few years ago (to get models into milkshape i think?) i thought it did the same as depbo/pbo tool etc.
Im a noob with a long way to go!! http://forums.bistudio.com/oldsmileys/sad_o.gif
Jul 24 2003, 23:46
i used x pack,
got the ` .p3d_ ` file
still wouldnt load into oxygen, i get the error "unable to load file.Load error."
what am i doing wrong?
Jul 25 2003, 02:03
just rename tge file into .p3d
Jul 25 2003, 03:41
i dont understand what you guys are talking about.Of course the demo models work in O2.I dont see why you would think they dont.And your wanting to use the other tools for what?Its seems you must have unpoacked the demo Data3d.pbo wrong or something.Try using the latest .pbo tool PBO Decryptor 1.5check this site OFP.info (http://ofp.gamezone.cz/index.php?sekce=utilities).I havent used those other editing tools in ages myself.I dont see the need to.
Jul 25 2003, 04:06
Yes your right NZXShadows the Xpack tool is not needed. And 23 PiLgRiM open your p3ds in a hexeditor and make sure that file beginns with MLOD. Only mlod models can be loaded into O2 which the demo has. And make sure that you use the demo V0.36.
Jul 25 2003, 04:38
If somebody need to download demo p3d files, Here they are!!! (http://status.acr-mod.com/data3D.zip)
Jul 26 2003, 12:51
i downloaded the above demo p3d`s and they work fine in o2, i must have the wrong demo version.
I only wanted to look at some of bis`s models with tracks to get some idea of how they work.
if anyone knows of any good tute`s for making tracks i`d be glad for the info.
thanks again http://forums.bistudio.com/oldsmileys/biggrin_o.gif
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