View Full Version : Changeing Water Texture
Sep 4 2004, 12:50
how can i change teh water texture?
so i can use it liek silesian water?
i tried replacing the water textures in the data.pbo by custom ones
once fromteh res and once form the ofp directory
but didnt work
Sep 4 2004, 16:59
Either download a retextured water pack and find the "moreanim"0-7 files, or unpbo data.pbo(right?) in your Res/dta and get those, then open them up in texview and convert then, and pop them into a nice paint program like Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro. Then pbo them back up into the "Data.pbo", that's it.
Sep 4 2004, 21:49
well i repalce teh default ones with custom ones
took the teh water textures from the res/data.pbo
the water still looks liek the normal ofp water
i knwo how to edit them with painting progs
it just didnt work replacing them...
Sep 4 2004, 21:53
did you replace the one inside res/data/hwtl ?
Sep 5 2004, 01:15
and remove the custom water texture files first, DXDLL's reflective water only runs in "stock" water unfortunetly http://forums.bistudio.com/oldsmileys/sad_o.gif .
Sep 5 2004, 09:15
hmm prolly forgot the hwtl yes
i check this
@<hidden> heat seeker
Quote[/b] ]and remove the custom water texture files first, DXDLL's reflective water only runs in "stock" water unfortunetly
wot u mean exactly?
i ddont really wa to get llaumax too big for me i think...
56k user :P
Sep 5 2004, 15:27
Llaumax is only a couple megs, you should get it, it looks better than Far cry's sky, a must have http://forums.bistudio.com/oldsmileys/smile_o.gif .
It comes with Kegs instaler, you can install the sky, stars and so called new moon and Silesians custom water textures.
Now for reflective water to work i removed the water files before running the instaler (reflective water only works with BIS water), you can replace the water texture files with your own files if you want and then install them using kegs installer.
I dont remember what files to replace but you can find more info about this in the Llaumax (http://www.flashpoint1985.com/cgi-bin/ikonboard311/ikonboard.cgi?act=ST;f=4;t=39893) thread, its quite simple http://forums.bistudio.com/oldsmileys/smile_o.gif .
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