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FPS Creator X10 / what bout animated textures?

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flashing snall
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Posted: 13th Sep 2007 23:23
you know in some games were you can see a TV playing somthing, like the opening of Prey? that would be a nice add on.


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Deathead
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Posted: 14th Sep 2007 12:12
Yeah. And also Like the arcade machines in prey that'll be awesome.

Ross tra damus
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Posted: 14th Sep 2007 12:38
Just by having 'GIFF' support would open up a whole new ballgame.
So,so much can be acheived with Giff animation and it would be a shame to miss out on the opertunity of it,s use.
Active 'Flash' kiosk animation also.

Maybe in a future upgrade?
Doggy
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Posted: 14th Sep 2007 16:11
Just being able to use more than 2 alternative textures and being able to change between them at will would allow quite nice animations, and would allow full 24-32bit colors as well.
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Posted: 14th Sep 2007 19:05 Edited at: 14th Sep 2007 19:05
That would be awesome becuase you could have a bioshock type of power where you have flames coming off your future. And I hate it when the developers or someone say its impossible! X10 Tech you would of thought that its do-able.

flashing snall
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Posted: 14th Sep 2007 21:05
you would think that. Or in time shift, theres the video of the evil bad guy talking to you on huge Tvs through the demo level.


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Cheese Cake
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Posted: 15th Sep 2007 02:10
It would be awesome.
But i dont they will include this.

Still is a great idea.

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Deathead
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Posted: 15th Sep 2007 17:25
Why don't they support Gif. The more possiblities which could be done.

Roger Wilco
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Posted: 16th Sep 2007 01:11
Because animated gif-files only handle 256-colors. Now, how would that look in a modern, 32-bit color FPS game? Not good at all, no.
A better alternative would be either video-animation files for animated texture, or just naming the differents frames from 1-16 or whatever.
Snipesoul
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Posted: 16th Sep 2007 03:19
I agree with Deathead about the possibilities! Just think of some of the many things FPS Creator must have that's used in many types of FPS games...
Trinity Pictures
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Posted: 9th Oct 2007 03:13
Quote: "Because animated gif-files only handle 256-colors. Now, how would that look in a modern, 32-bit color FPS game? Not good at all, no.
A better alternative would be either video-animation files for animated texture, or just naming the differents frames from 1-16 or whatever. "

They should create a new animated picture type, then! lol.

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Veron
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Posted: 12th Oct 2007 22:13
Quote: "Why don't they support Gif. The more possiblities which could be done."


Because the standard DBP command LOAD IMAGE doesn't support .GIF files.

What i'd love to see is .DBO support, so we can multi-texture objects.


Inspire
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Posted: 13th Oct 2007 03:24
I would also like to see .dbo support, but you can already multi-texture objects.

Veron
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Posted: 13th Oct 2007 06:05
Quote: "I would also like to see .dbo support, but you can already multi-texture objects."


WHAT!? How?


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Posted: 13th Oct 2007 12:50
Quote: "WHAT!? How? "

Search and read. It's been discussed billions of times already, and isn't that hard.
Deathead
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Posted: 13th Oct 2007 15:52
Quote: "Because the standard DBP command LOAD IMAGE doesn't support .GIF files."

Its being made in c++ because how on earth are they going to develop X10 with a un-made software!? DBPro X10 is probably not being made right this instance as they are making FPSC X10.

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Posted: 15th Oct 2007 15:52
Quote: "Its being made in c++ because how on earth are they going to develop X10 with a un-made software!? DBPro X10 is probably not being made right this instance as they are making FPSC X10."


I was talking about DBP X9.


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