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On 18.11.2014 at 0:39 AM, Sluicer said:

And here is a new version of the tool: http://oresome.rockraidersunited.com/download/88

 

This version extracts the images and converts the contained meshes into .obj files (only positions - no normals or uv map) from the pc.ghg files of the game LEGO Star Wars The complete Saga.

You will get a file that contains all meshes and one separat file for each single mesh.

 

I hope it works.

Hi. I want to use yo tool , but there is no list of comand, how to use it. Can you help me please, i want to extrct mesh *.obj from this game

Anyway i found how to export, but thi is real mess. I exported darth vader helmet from gungun directory. Is anyway how to find right files?

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2 hours ago, Angmarec said:

Hi. I want to use yo tool , but there is no list of comand, how to use it. Can you help me please, i want to extrct mesh *.obj from this game

Anyway i found how to export, but thi is real mess. I exported darth vader helmet from gungun directory. Is anyway how to find right files?

I used drag and drop.

I do not know why you are looking for a darth vader helmet in a gungan directory (at least I think you ment gungan), but I used the file DARTHVADER_PC.GHG from the folder [...]\CHARS\DARTHVADER\. The result of the tool were 39 files with single parts and 1 file with all parts together. In the 30th file (DARTHVADER_PC0029.obj) there is the helmet:

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In some files legs and arms (for example) seems to be mixed, but I do not know why. Maybe there is a assignment I did not found or some confusing reason. But the helmet is availabe as single mesh.

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I found the problem. Script unpack archive wrong, and mixed up there everything. So left one quastion, is there any tool to convert models from Harry Potter to *.obg?

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Please have a look at:

 

Maybe I should post this in all "Modern LEGO Games" subforums -.-.

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You obviously did not read the post he linked to. It says right there the tool ONLY works with star wars TCS and batman 1. Any other games, including Harry Potter, will not work.

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Oh sorry. I thought that ExtractNxgMESH was for harry potter and others. So there is no tool to extract meshes from Harry potter game?

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On 28.12.2015 at 0:06 AM, Fushigisaur said:

You obviously did not read the post he linked to. It says right there the tool ONLY works with star wars TCS and batman 1. Any other games, including Harry Potter, will not work.

I think this is my fault but in the post I wanted to say that the noesis script is only for TCS and Batman 1. But there are three tools, that can handle files from almost all tt games depending on their file extention.

 

So Angmarec got it right.

 

On 5.12.2015 at 1:38 AM, Sluicer said:

This script is only for LEGO Star Wars The Complete Saga and the first Batman game.

The ExtractPcGhg Tool is only for *pc.ghg files.

The ExtractNxgMesh Tool is for *nxg.gsc and *nxg.ghg files.

The ExtractDx11Mesh Tool is for *dx11.gsc and *dx11.ghg files.

All tools do not cover everything. So you have to inform me, when you detect a file that is not working.

I already experimented with lego worlds a bit, but I have no access to Lego Dimensions.


And he found a file that is not working. I tested it. So I have to fix the tool. Looks like it has a problem with a counter (due to additional relative vertex-lists).

I will investigate.

Update: Here is a new version: http://oresome.rockraidersunited.com/download/305

It should be able to handle many more files from the requested games.

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Thank you. Now it works for Hobbit, LOTR, Harry Potter 1-4. I dont have more games to test.

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Heads up to all, the current version of QuickBMS (0.7.2) breaks the ttgames script (and reportedly others), so use 0.7.1 or older for the time being. :thumbsup:

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2 minutes ago, Xiron said:

Heads up to all, the current version of QuickBMS (0.7.2) breaks the ttgames script (and reportedly others), so use 0.7.1 or older for the time being. :thumbsup:

I?ve already reported the issue to the Author of QuickBms he says he will release a new version with this bugfix

 

bye

Cris

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Yeah, I just had a talk over it with him when I couldn't get my files extracted, which is why I brought it up.

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