Discussion in 'Automobilista 2 - General Discussion' started by Rob Thompson, Dec 31, 2020.
like this one for example?
In Vehicles\Textures\CustomLiveries\Overrides, there is no folder for the new Brabham BT46B (but there are ones for cars which are not in game yet, like the Lotus 98T).
Created a folder myself, called "brabham_bt46b", but it does not work.
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Google translation: Although it is not the same car, the Ferrari could look like this.
(including dds and psd in description))
Nothing pro I'm just an amateur.
It would be great if we could get a few more slots for the Lotus 79, as it was one of the most copied cars ever in F1 history. That shape would suit many historic skins much better than the Shadow DN9 shape.
Is anyone else having trouble with the windshield banners? I keep getting the wireframe included even though I have it hidden when I flatten the layers so it's discarded. The other problem is I'm seeing the banner with the correct colors from the cockpit, but on the external side I'm unable to see the banner I created; it's just a blank black one. Hope this makes sense.
on BMW M1 procar and other cars the windshield file is only for the inside.
Outside must be done on the main livery
Man, that's such a simple fix. I really appreciate the response. I thought it was weird that in Pcars 2 you did them on the outside, but AMS2 was different. Couldn't see the forest for the trees Thanks for walking me through the woods
its the same as in pCARS2, only difference -> we had no access to the windshield file
I'm trying to put the skin I created for the AJR in-game but I can't. It only shows a white skin whatever I do. The skin worked in AMS1. I double checked the .xml, tried different exports with different compressions, I don't know what else I can try.
Here's my skin:
when not working either there is something wrong in the path or your dds file has an error
Can you send me a PM with link to your xml and skins?
Best a zip of the full AJR folder including all files
I changed the file name from AJR.dds to body12.dds, like it was in the .xml and for some reason it worked. Can't we use our own file names?
The issue now is that the details on the car are very low resolution for some reason. What's the issue? How do I fix this? It was fine in AMS1.
And the showroom is wrong.
if you edit "AJR.dds" instead of letting it "body12.dds" into the xml it would
AMS1 used lores skins , for AMS2 you need it in 4k x 4k
It didn't work with AJR.dds. I might have had a typo somewhere I couldn't see. I will try it again. Maybe. I'm lazy.
It is 4k x 4k.
You may check it in the Dropbox folder here.
So, I've re-exported the .dds, DXT1 with mips, same as before, and now the skin shows correctly. I have no idea what's going on.
There is one more bug I'm encountering which I don't understand. It only happens when I use a custom skin but it seems like it occurs randomly..
Also, what's the best way to get the sideshot for the preview? Photo mode from a replay and hope for the best?
i use always the showroom.
But with an enhanced workflow.
I record short sequences, then open in Adobe Premiere.
This makes possible to get the exact same position for every car.
Then export to Photoshop and create the dds.
Advantage of this method is, that i can use the same mask for all cars and don't have to cut out every single one.
I can't use the showroom because I get this bug with the car being white-out. I posted an image a couple of posts before. I'll see what I can do. Thanks.
while till now with no option to edit tires/rims.... is there any way to use the original tires and rims of the skinning slot?
like here in the past?
any options for BASELIVERY in xml file other than default? maybe a livery stot? Would it help?
Yeah I’ve had this issue forever.
all white or all red cars in showroom happened also to me, but the problem was that the dds I made was not exactly 4096x4096 pixels (I merged a layer with a logo in it near the lower edge of the main body and that caused the final dds to be sightly bigger than 4096x4096).
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