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Frazospazo 08-02-2007 10:16 AM

How do you add your own Images into the Game?
 
Guys,

I've been wondering how to put my own images into the game.
Like a picture of my friends, or my own logo to say that it is my level, and that I created it.

Anyone have any ideas? I've done the whole .UTX and .t3d thing. And they dont work, it always shuts down UnrealED when I try them.

Many thanks,
Frazospazo

Mr.Fibbles 08-02-2007 12:38 PM

Re: How do you add your own Images into the Game?
 
I am pretty sure that if you open the texture editor thing you can import image files into your own texture pack and then save it. The same for static meshes and other various things. As far as what formats, well, you'd have to look that up when try to import a file.
I can't check right now because my computer is busy. But it is something I have done before while making a terrain map.

Frazospazo 08-02-2007 01:33 PM

Re: How do you add your own Images into the Game?
 
Does the image have to be a certain size though? Cause when I always try opening the image in The UnrealED, it always closes it.. Know what that might be?

Parkar 08-03-2007 10:55 AM

Re: How do you add your own Images into the Game?
 
What you want to do is make sure both hight and width is a power of 2.

I would recommend setting the package to mylevel when importing. putting it in the mylevel package means it will be saved in the level file which is a good idea for things only used in that map. Remember not to try and save the mylevel package and just save the map normaly.

Frazospazo 08-09-2007 07:06 PM

Re: How do you add your own Images into the Game?
 
I'll try it out, but if it doesn't work, then I'll post again.


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