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MrQuetch 2012-05-10 03:13

LBA1 PS Models on LBA2 PC
 
I haven't posted a post in quite awhile, and I decided to talk about this. I know that Jasiak (I hope I spelled the name right. If not, forgive me.) posted something quite similar like this awhile ago. But Jasiak was talking about LBA1 PS Models replacing LBA1 PC Models. I read through most of the thread that Jasiak posted, and I read about the LBA1 PS Models being in LBA2 PC Format. So my question is, "Is it possible to replace LBA2 Models with LBA1 PS Models?". For example; Replacing Twinsen from LBA2 with the Soldier from LBA1 PS1?

Is this possible? Do we have the tools to make it work? Can we replace a character or model in LBA2 PC with LBA1 PS Models? I'm just wondering. :) ;)

xesf 2012-05-12 21:53

LBA1 PS indeed uses the same LBA2 format for Twinsen only, but it was an addon coded later in that version. It may be possible to switch only Twinsen from PS version to LBA2, all other NPC won't be possible. Anyway, the format used for PS version is slightly different and we don't know (at least I don't remember anyone doing it) where the model is located.

MrQuetch 2012-05-13 07:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by alexfont (Post 415236)
LBA1 PS indeed uses the same LBA2 format for Twinsen only, but it was an addon coded later in that version. It may be possible to switch only Twinsen from PS version to LBA2, all other NPC won't be possible. Anyway, the format used for PS version is slightly different and we don't know (at least I don't remember anyone doing it) where the model is located.

That's too bad that people don't know where the model is located. Anyways, thanks for the information. Maybe in the future, more will be possible. ;)

xesf 2012-05-13 11:20

You can always try to find it :)

MrQuetch 2012-05-14 05:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by alexfont (Post 415242)
You can always try to find it :)

I guess I could try to find it. ;) :D


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