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Old 06-10-2009 , 02:53   Re: Convert CS:S Weapon to CS 1.6 Tutorial
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Trade secrets my friend. Someday though (eventually) I will make a giant tutorial on everything I know.
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Old 06-10-2009 , 04:55   Re: Convert CS:S Weapon to CS 1.6 Tutorial
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somebody give me source seal urban and gsg9 mdl
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Old 06-10-2009 , 05:10   Re: Convert CS:S Weapon to CS 1.6 Tutorial
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somebody give me source seal urban and gsg9 mdl
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Old 06-12-2009 , 06:08   Re: Convert CS:S Weapon to CS 1.6 Tutorial
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I am having some small problems, i can't compile
I tried a m4a1 model and a deagle model, both give me errors.
[img]http://img140.**************/img140/6553/erorr1.jpg[/img]
[img]http://img200.**************/img200/7839/error2t.jpg[/img]
How can i fix these?
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Old 06-12-2009 , 06:59   Re: Convert CS:S Weapon to CS 1.6 Tutorial
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This is really easy maybe you haven't done something i learned how to do it it 10 mins thanks for the tutorial
sorry for my bad english
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Old 06-12-2009 , 07:10   Re: Convert CS:S Weapon to CS 1.6 Tutorial
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I am having some small problems, i can't compile
I tried a m4a1 model and a deagle model, both give me errors.
How can i fix these?
this usually caused by hi-poly-count model you want to convert

the quick solution is you must separate the ref.smd (using MilkShape3D) into much more smaller smd parts, so it would be some smd like ref1.smd, ref2.smd, ref3.smd

you just need to know how to select group & deleting vertices

then in qc add something like
$body "weapon" "ref1"
$body "weapon" "ref2"
$body "weapon" "ref3"


this is something that i need to explain in revision of this tutorials since i usually see this problem too

if you need more advice PM me and i will give you some example of what i talking about, so you can see it by yourself
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Old 06-12-2009 , 10:39   Re: Convert CS:S Weapon to CS 1.6 Tutorial
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Lol, good tutorials, but it's maybe just for modelers ?
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Old 06-12-2009 , 11:59   Re: Convert CS:S Weapon to CS 1.6 Tutorial
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nice
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Old 06-13-2009 , 14:31   Re: Convert CS:S Weapon to CS 1.6 Tutorial
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Do you know how to convert css player models to 1.6?
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Old 06-13-2009 , 16:34   Re: Convert CS:S Weapon to CS 1.6 Tutorial
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then in qc add something like
$body "weapon" "ref1"
$body "weapon" "ref2"
$body "weapon" "ref3"
That won't work, it will only be able to render the fire one and the other two will end up as sub models and won't show.

Not a bad tutorial, it works.
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