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#1\2017-01-14 21:02

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I was wondering if it would be at all possible to convert cars from GTA IV or Need for Speed Most Wanted to SLRR and what the process would be. I used to play this game very often years ago but as time passed my interest waned. There really is nothing like it out there (complete customization/detail/physics). During that period of time, I tried making a few mods on my own using the tutorials section here, but to no avail. I have no experience whatsoever with 3D modeling, and a lot of the vehicles I would enjoy to sling wrenches at haven't been made, although there are some high quality mods of them from other games. I don't spend much time at the computer, but times I do have I would enjoy playing once again. Realistically, how long would it take to do a quick conversion from another game to SLRR (doesn't have to be perfect or completely correct by any means) to make something I could use? I found a few similar threads searching for this topic, and saved some of the information. I also was curious if there were any mod-makers who would be willing to swap them over for a fee, paying for a mod, etc. I would be interested if anything like that were available, as long as it's pretty reasonable. Thanks in advance for any replies.
#2\2017-01-14 21:33

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I'm sure GTA mods can be locked with a password [99% are], so technical no but with 3dripper you can get the models from anything [most] games, so yes.

Same method for nfs.

It's going to take time, how much depends on you.

Request's payed, or not so are not allowed.



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#3\2017-04-30 03:28

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I want to tell my experience about NFS:MW 2005 mod, coz it was my job (not really)
So the mod can be loaded in zMod (yaay) but you must have 2 version of zmod (AFAIK). You can then convert 3d models to 3dsmax and do it like usual.
And the nfsmw 2005 mod is NOT PASSWORD LOCKED, whilst the GTA is. Unless if you want to use GTA:SA mod.

I suggest you to use NFS underground 2 since the doors can be opened in game, hoods, et cetera.

For scripting.... you have to work it out by yourself.
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#4\2017-05-02 22:44

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2017-04-30 08:28#282470 bitelaserkhalif : I want to tell my experience about NFS:MW 2005 mod, coz it was my job (not really)
So the mod can be loaded in zMod (yaay) but you must have 2 version of zmod (AFAIK). You can then convert 3d models to 3dsmax and do it like usual.
And the nfsmw 2005 mod is NOT PASSWORD LOCKED, whilst the GTA is. Unless if you want to use GTA:SA mod.

I suggest you to use NFS underground 2 since the doors can be opened in game, hoods, et cetera.

For scripting.... you have to work it out by yourself.


Honestly there are games with much better quality models to get now.

http://streetlegalmods.com/tutorials/misc-games/Forza-Horizon-3-Models--Textures-Conversion-Tutorial


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