Banjo-Kazooie Mario 64 Edition
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Hi, this is a WIP hack that I have been working on for awhile. I would like to make it complete one day with all 120 jiggies/stars and all the levels imported but for now The levels I have imported are:

Castle courtyard
Peaches castle floor 1
Bomb bomb battlefield entrance
Bomb bomb battlefield
Whomps fortress entrance
Whomps fortress
Cool cool mountain entrance
Cool cool mountain entrance
Cool cool mountain slide
Jolyy Rodger Bay Entrance
Aquarium

I would like to add more levels to this hack but I don't Know how to get the obj models for Mario 64 levels any advice on that would be greatly appreciated

Also any advice on ideas for stars or Jinjo locations in levels would also be appreciated as well.
This hack runs on console all footage was taken by an everdrive 64

Well, good job. If you need to export objs from SM64 you can use LemD3D8(Lemmy's debugger/Nemu64 (combine graphics)) on Project64, Mupen 64, or 1964, use VRML exporter, use Blender to convert vrml file to obj file and to fix uv mapping errors, because that graphic plugin is full of graphical errors, and export it also as obj.
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(08-02-2016, 01:16 PM)Videogame hacks Wrote: Well, good job. If you need to export objs from SM64 you can use LemD3D8(Lemmy's debugger/Nemu64 (combine graphics)) on Project64, Mupen 64, or 1964, use VRML exporter, use Blender to convert vrml file to obj file and to fix uv mapping errors, because that graphic plugin is full of graphical errors, and export it also as obj.

Thanks for the advice it worked great.

(10-02-2016, 12:56 AM)Luke Wrote:
(08-02-2016, 01:16 PM)Videogame hacks Wrote: Well, good job. If you need to export objs from SM64 you can use LemD3D8(Lemmy's debugger/Nemu64 (combine graphics)) on Project64, Mupen 64, or 1964, use VRML exporter, use Blender to convert vrml file to obj file and to fix uv mapping errors, because that graphic plugin is full of graphical errors, and export it also as obj.

Thanks for the advice it worked great.
You are welcome!
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How to use LemD3D8?

(20-05-2016, 12:32 AM)Poudink Wrote: How to use LemD3D8?
I think you've missed the whole point there.

That post being said above, if you want to know how to use LemD3D8, download that plugin, extract the file and transfer that LemD3D8 plugin to 1964 plugins folder.

Before you get started, make sure you have 1964 emulator in order to work. Secondly, configure the Graphics plugin to Nemu64 (Combine debug)

After that, launch any kind of game and pause the game where you left off. As far as I know, You go to configure graphics plugins and check "Export VRML" and unpause again.

Lastly, go to file explorer (If you're using Windows 7, 8, 10)

I'm warning you, the model won't rip on your C drive, which is completely stupid.

Go ahead and click "This PC".

Now, go ahead and search , 'output.wrl'

...And it should save on your 'appdata' folder on your C drive.


Seriously, the model ripped in the different location, I don't know why. Meh, don't worry about it.

Anyway, I hope this helps. Smile
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