Jump to content

ViperAssassin26

Members
  • Posts

    136
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Reputation Activity

  1. Like
    ViperAssassin26 got a reaction from sovietpolarbear in CMSF2-Afghanistan 'All in One'   
    gonna go grab a RedBull and get to WORK!!!!
  2. Like
    ViperAssassin26 got a reaction from sburke in Unit Patches   
    I was able to figure it out!!!! thanks a million
  3. Like
    ViperAssassin26 got a reaction from 37mm in CMSF2-Afghanistan 'All in One'   
    gonna go grab a RedBull and get to WORK!!!!
  4. Like
    ViperAssassin26 got a reaction from CameronMcDonald in Sound mods   
    Im going to bed now LMAO!!!😅
  5. Like
    ViperAssassin26 got a reaction from Saint_Mattis in Custom 3D Models and Mods Compilation   
    Nevermind i was able to get ahold of it. Im looking to bring it to SF2 wish me luck! ill upload Screenshots when i have them.
  6. Upvote
    ViperAssassin26 got a reaction from Saint_Mattis in What do you consider "acceptable" casualties?   
    0% Vehicles can get replaced but im very careful with my infantry and air assets
  7. Upvote
    ViperAssassin26 got a reaction from Saint_Mattis in What do you consider "acceptable" casualties?   
    0% is what i personally would like to achieve. i know it wont happen every time. but i try to find alternative ways to beat each scenario. Even if ive played it a million times
  8. Like
    ViperAssassin26 got a reaction from hypeman in US Army Rag Tag Uniform Mod   
    Cant wait to use it! Glad to see my Mods being put to good use lol. 
  9. Upvote
    ViperAssassin26 got a reaction from Frenchy56 in Blender Question   
    @Frenchy56 here's the guide that I used. as far as getting to the weapons and equipment files. Al you have to do is place all the BRZ files in Rezexplode. Explode the files and you'll be able to open them in Blender.
     
  10. Like
  11. Like
    ViperAssassin26 got a reaction from Aquila-SmartWargames in Custom 3D Models and Mods Compilation   
    Here is the link to it. to the download
     
    https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1aqN3j9210g94OXBG1fcj7kqIRK63FIcn
  12. Like
    ViperAssassin26 got a reaction from Sequoia in Custom 3D Models and Mods Compilation   
  13. Like
    ViperAssassin26 got a reaction from RockinHarry in No Tracers   
    I feel what you're saying but tracers with every shot just didn't seem all that cool to me and since the AI isn't really all that accurate, I felt it was annoying actually seeing how inaccurate they were. the occasional tracer is okay but seeing nothing but tracers got annoying to me. I wish it did kick up more debris though.
  14. Like
    ViperAssassin26 reacted to Rokko in uncam: Combat Mission campaign extractor   
    Hello,
    I had pretty much given up on CM back in 2016 for various reasons and mostly lost interest in anything CM related as well. The announcment of CMSF2 has brought me back somewhat and, coincidentally, I am currently learning a new programming language. So I decided to write a little application I had wanted to write even way back then, which can extract scenarios from campaign files so you can look at them in the editor or edit them. Mad Mike's ScAnCaDe is a great tool for parsing scenario files, extracting campaigns and visualizing scenario and campaign metadata. However, it does not work with the 'legacy' CM games Shock Force 1 and Afghanistan. Also, who knows if Mad Mike is still around to update it anymore for future versions. He did a great job deciphering the various campaign file formats that have existed throughout CM's lifetime and much of what I did is based on his groundwork (which involves a lot of staring at hundreds of rows of bytecode and figuring out which bytes stand for which variables), so credit where credit is due. And while according to the devs you should be able to play any old campaign in CMSF2 out of the box, now you can also extract the scenario files from these campaigns and update them to the new engine standards, even if the original creators are now longer around.
    I decided to focus on the extraction part and didn't bother with any of the metadata listing and visualizing. The tool should be able to extract any campaign file from any CM game so far and should also work with CMSF2 once it's released. I originally wanted to extract every bit of information required to also recompile the campaign from the extracted data without any further input, but that proved to be more difficult than I anticipated because some of that information is compressed or decrypted within the campaign files and I have not found a way yet how to extract that. This includes the campaign victory/loss texts and the complete core units and campaign briefing data. Maybe I will manage to add this at a later point. For now the scenario extraction works really well however, but I need some feedback from others. I don't have any CM games installed currently besides Shock Force and thus have only been able to  thorougly test the CMSF stock campaign as well as many campaigns downloaded from the Scenario Depot. So if anyone finds a campaign that does not work, make sure to post or send me the error log file that should be created. Usage of the application is as simple as it can be, just put the .exe file in a directory that contains any number of campaign files and start the executable.
     
    uncam-0.9.zip
  15. Like
    ViperAssassin26 got a reaction from Mord in New Website status update   
    I know the website still has its flaws right now because its fresh, but it looks great and I am really excited to get ahold of CMSF2. the screenshots looks really good and I've always been a HUGE combat mission fan. Thanks for the hours of enjoyment you all provide us gamers. 
×
×
  • Create New...