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Download the English g00 tools https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XVk3-Ywgf_RcY3rF2bFz0qPem1mnCHdZ

Extract the g00 content using vaconv-cpp https://www.dropbox.com/s/4g9vuy7qdyyzhnk/vaconv-cpp.zip?dl=0

Make a .txt file called whatever the g00 that you are extracted is called.

Convert the png to a psd

Inside the .txt file put #RECTCUT_YOKO 0, 0, (HeightOfCutHere), (WidthOfCutHere), 1, (How-many-cuts-you-want)

Open g00packmax and go into the folder where the psd and txt files are located

Click on the psd you want to convert to g00 in the selection list

Click on start compression

Better explanation - https://forum.kazamatsuri.org/t/it-issue-a-special-g00-files-of-rewrite/601/18

Or you can just use vaconv-cpp and vacov which should work with most images 

 

 

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25 minutes ago, jansonseth said:

Download the English g00 tools https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XVk3-Ywgf_RcY3rF2bFz0qPem1mnCHdZ

Extract the g00 content using vaconv-cpp https://www.dropbox.com/s/4g9vuy7qdyyzhnk/vaconv-cpp.zip?dl=0

Make a .txt file called whatever the g00 that you are extracted is called.

Convert the png to a psd

Inside the .txt file put #RECTCUT_YOKO 0, 0, (HeightOfCutHere), (WidthOfCutHere), 1, (How-many-cuts-you-want)

Open g00packmax and go into the folder where the psd and txt files are located

Click on the psd you want to convert to g00 in the selection list

Click on start compression

Better explanation - https://forum.kazamatsuri.org/t/it-issue-a-special-g00-files-of-rewrite/601/18

Or you can just use vaconv-cpp and vacov which should work with most images 

 

 

Oh! Thanks i dunno was a english version of the tool!

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13 minutes ago, YomiPlays said:

Oh! Thanks i dunno was a english version of the tool!

If you have anymore questions you can message me on here. I can give a more in depth explanation of the vaconv-cpp tool if you want. 

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On 10/4/2018 at 2:05 AM, jansonseth said:

Download the English g00 tools https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XVk3-Ywgf_RcY3rF2bFz0qPem1mnCHdZ

Extract the g00 content using vaconv-cpp https://www.dropbox.com/s/4g9vuy7qdyyzhnk/vaconv-cpp.zip?dl=0

Make a .txt file called whatever the g00 that you are extracted is called.

Convert the png to a psd

Inside the .txt file put #RECTCUT_YOKO 0, 0, (HeightOfCutHere), (WidthOfCutHere), 1, (How-many-cuts-you-want)

Open g00packmax and go into the folder where the psd and txt files are located

Click on the psd you want to convert to g00 in the selection list

Click on start compression

Better explanation - https://forum.kazamatsuri.org/t/it-issue-a-special-g00-files-of-rewrite/601/18

Or you can just use vaconv-cpp and vacov which should work with most images 

 

 

This was very useful, there is just a problem: "No Data" images in g00 files. Do you know how to deal with them? I tried with transparent dummy images but it caused a glitch in the game, the textures appear in the wrong position (shifted like 20% to the right and to the bottom). I thought the game would just ignore them.

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8 hours ago, onii said:

This was very useful, there is just a problem: "No Data" images in g00 files. Do you know how to deal with them? I tried with transparent dummy images but it caused a glitch in the game, the textures appear in the wrong position (shifted like 20% to the right and to the bottom). I thought the game would just ignore them.

Can you send screenshots so I can get a better idea of what is going on?

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