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Img2Map Tool

#1
I think SavageX made this but i cant visit alietrap my sriron browser cant open...

This tool calculates quite fast a landscape in a map format for netradiant all you need to do is to make a small picture in greyscales. ill explain later

First you need to Download JAVA
dont worry no virus etc...
BUT you have to choose your platform(linux/windows...32/64 bit)

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then continue and click on the link and download it then install it fin


So now the interesting part the tool:
Download the ImgToMap Tool
extract where you want



and then i only know howto run in windows...
create a batch (.bat) file in the folder of the imgtomap.jar
i named my bat "RUN.bat"

RUN.bat Wrote:java -jar ImgToMap.jar
Howto make a bat file:

first create a new textducument (.txt) write the text ("java -jar ImgToMap.jar")
save and rename it replace .txt with .bat

thats all about the setup
now ill show you howto use it:
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the tool:
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for my map "final showdown" i used this greyscale picture:
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ORIGINAL SIZE!!


My opinion: the tool is very useful if you want to create good landscapes fast
but you have to play a bit with the settings to get the landscape you want

-Sven ;D
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you can see the mini picture with the standard settings(i only disabled the skybox and gave it a texture) made a good level
it doesnt took a second for me you can see the green box it has the size of a player ingame

try it : right click on the mini picture save as(i mean the picture from final showdown)
and open it in imgtomap....
and then i compiled it in netradiant played the map (added 2-3 realtime lights to see the texture ingame)

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#2
I like this tutorial ... i've tried this software
Real cool and usefull for creating terrains but i prefer FATE for creating terrains
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#3
Try this script when using bash:
Code:
#!/bin/bash
echo "Running IMG2MAP..."
echo -e "\e[1;31mDo not close this window!\e[0m\n"
java -jar ImgToMap.jar
echo -e "\e[1;32mProgram closed.\e[0m"

Or this one with sh:
Code:
#!/bin/sh
echo "Running IMG2MAP..."
echo "Do not close this window!"
java -jar ImgToMap.jar
echo "Program closed."

Put it into the dir, and name it "run.sh" or something, then make it executable, ie. by chmod -x run.sh. There's no real difference between those two scripts, and the text is only a reminder not to close the terminal window. And the bash one got pretty colors.
(08-10-2012, 02:37 AM)Mr. Bougo Wrote: Cloud is the new Web 2.0. It makes no damn sense to me.
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#4
Heh, it's nice to know people still find that little tool somewhat useful. The sources are available at http://svn.icculus.org/nexuiz/trunk/misc.../ImgToMap/ - and perhaps they should be moved to a better place or whatever.
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#5
It's also in the Xonotic repo (http://git.xonotic.org/?p=xonotic/xonoti...94;hb=HEAD). @Minkovsky, just run "java -jar ImgToMap.jar &" and it will run in the background, so it will not matter if you close your terminal emulator.
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#6
But then it won't give easily copiable debug info for debugging java exceptions.
(08-10-2012, 02:37 AM)Mr. Bougo Wrote: Cloud is the new Web 2.0. It makes no damn sense to me.
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#7
You could also write stderr to a file like "java -jar ImgToMap.jar 2> i2m-errors.txt &". Then you can just cp i2m-errors.txt, but I guess it's just a matter of personal preference Smile
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(Idea stolen from Mr. Bougo. Hehehehe)
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