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Sonic 4 Models - Azu - 02-17-2012 08:09 AM
I would like the item boxes ripped from Sonic 4. I'd so it myself, but 3DRipper doesn't support 64-but system. If anyone can do the following:
1.) Has an 32bit OS (Windows)
2.) Can run Dolphin Emulator
3.) has Sonic 4 (You'd need o rip the wad on your own)
Then, could you rip the item box for me? I'd be very grateful if you do.
RE: Sonic 4 Models - ApocHedgie - 02-17-2012 03:01 PM
Wouldn't the PC version of Sonic 4 have better models? Surely the PC one would at least have better textures. Either way, I could probably very easily get them for you, I'll go see if I can.
RE: Sonic 4 Models - Roxas358 - 02-17-2012 04:30 PM
I have a 64bit OS and the 32bit dolphin works fine on my computer. I've already ripped models from Tales of Symphonia using 3D Ripper DX and Dolphin 32bit.
RE: Sonic 4 Models - Azu - 02-17-2012 08:21 PM
Oh? Then I could try it.
Tired it, it didn't capture the models. Not even the Sonic models. If someone has the PC version (32bit) maybe they can try.
Oh,. I got it work. Just had to hold it for a while, but the models comes out flat.
RE: Sonic 4 Models - ApocHedgie - 02-18-2012 12:52 AM
Honestly, 3D Ripper DX is one of the worst programs to rip with, but it works with some things other programs don't work with. I've had a lot of trouble with 3D Ripper mainly because it doesn't export things with their proper aspect ratio which usually leads to skewed models. I'm not sure if I'm just doing something wrong, but RTB has this happen too. I'd suggest GameAssassin or 3DVia Printscreen instead.
RE: Sonic 4 Models - Azu - 02-18-2012 12:58 AM
GameAssassin is in chinese, isn't it?
3DVia, you need a script, which I'm not sure if it works with 3DSMax 2012.
RE: Sonic 4 Models - Hoeloe - 02-23-2012 12:41 AM
(02-17-2012 08:21 PM)Azu Wrote: Oh? Then I could try it.
A 64-bit OS usually comes with a 32-bit emulation system built in...