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Quick help from experienced owners

Postby ABO-KASER » Wed Jan 07, 2015 12:39 am

Hello

I Mohammed of Saudi Arabia designer 3D
I designed two cars of Honda Accord Type 2014
And you design a Chevrolet Caprice Royal 2006

Photos of models
http://im75.gulfup.com/XGwb99.png
http://im75.gulfup.com/hzok8z.png
http://im75.gulfup.com/fuUp8T.png
http://im75.gulfup.com/6zVLS6.png
http://im75.gulfup.com/tLfpev.png
http://im75.gulfup.com/r5ZAM0.png



I want to protect the stereotactic method so that no one can modify it
Like some models appear chipped and I can not modify them

  I want a quick response
In order to protect my designs from the removal of human rights
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Re: Quick help from experienced owners

Postby Oleg » Wed Jan 07, 2015 7:07 am

Hello.

I'm not sure I understand you clearly, but I guess you want to protect your 3D work from being changed by anyone, correct? This is a sort of a problem if you wish to make them available for download. Even if you export them into some game format (e.g. for GTA:4, or Test Drive Unlimited, or any other), and pick "Lock model" option, the game-format model file will be vulnerable for unauthorized changes. In most of cases "Locking" a model will prevent a game-model file to be loaded into ZModeler, but it's still possible to load game-format model into some other tools or convertors. If I'm not mistaken, GTA:4 is currently the most reliable locking, but it's still possible to rip models directly from the game or from any viewers like OpenIV.

So, answering to your question: no, it's impossible to share your 3D artwork and keep it protected at the same time.
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Re: Quick help from experienced owners

Postby ABO-KASER » Wed Jan 07, 2015 7:28 am

Oleg wrote:Hello.

I'm not sure I understand you clearly, but I guess you want to protect your 3D work from being changed by anyone, correct? This is a sort of a problem if you wish to make them available for download. Even if you export them into some game format (e.g. for GTA:4, or Test Drive Unlimited, or any other), and pick "Lock model" option, the game-format model file will be vulnerable for unauthorized changes. In most of cases "Locking" a model will prevent a game-model file to be loaded into ZModeler, but it's still possible to load game-format model into some other tools or convertors. If I'm not mistaken, GTA:4 is currently the most reliable locking, but it's still possible to rip models directly from the game or from any viewers like OpenIV.

So, answering to your question: no, it's impossible to share your 3D artwork and keep it protected at the same time.



I want a way to make the body seem like the picture in order to turn them into gta san andreas

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Re: Quick help from experienced owners

Postby Oleg » Wed Jan 07, 2015 7:53 am

your model is probably exceeding the vertices count limit per material. create a copy of material (the one that uses the body and that does not appear properly); then select left half faces that use this material (use Select->By Material -> ... then deselect right half in front view) and assign onto a copied material. Thus, you will have two identical materials and your model use less polygons/vertices on each of them. I don't remember any other specific solution for GTA:SA as it was ages ago when I was working on this plugin, so I'm not very aware about modding tricks and limitation.
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Re: Quick help from experienced owners

Postby ABO-KASER » Thu Jan 08, 2015 8:38 am

I want to be like these are a way that it can not be edited

http://cdn.top4top.net/i_a112e3c8371.png
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Re: Quick help from experienced owners

Postby Oleg » Thu Jan 08, 2015 11:25 am

I've said above already, that once you release a model for the game, it is editable. some easy some are not, but it's possible to get your model for editing.
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Re: Quick help from experienced owners

Postby ABO-KASER » Thu Jan 08, 2015 10:53 pm

I want the same way that the image

http://cdn.top4top.net/i_a112e3c8371.png
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Re: Quick help from experienced owners

Postby Oleg » Fri Jan 09, 2015 3:19 am

Sorry, I don't understand you. what do you want to be same way as on the image? and what is currently not the same way?
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Re: Quick help from experienced owners

Postby ABO-KASER » Fri Jan 09, 2015 5:02 am

Oleg wrote:Sorry, I don't understand you. what do you want to be same way as on the image? and what is currently not the same way?



I want to make a model car looks like this picture in Zadmolder

Image is to surround Ford Taurus
Some designers make such holographic image
I want when I transfer the car to Eeeee appears in this form in order to modify it or do I prevent the demise of the human rights of the stereotactic
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Re: Quick help from experienced owners

Postby Oleg » Fri Jan 09, 2015 7:57 am

Ok, so you show me someone else car loaded into ZModeler and some body panels are missing and a wrong texture appears on some mesh fragments, correct? (this is not a watermark or holography protection, this is a wrong texture applied to the model). And you want your model to be protected the same way: so if someone will try to load it, he will miss some parts and probably wrong texture placement will occur?

To be honest, I have no idea how to do this. At least this certainly was not made with ZModeler export.
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Re: Quick help from experienced owners

Postby ABO-KASER » Fri Jan 09, 2015 8:04 am

New designs by al-qowat team (Is this my own design team)

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and


Image

How much I want to share with others, but I can not participate until after protection :(
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Re: Quick help from experienced owners

Postby minimal » Mon Jun 22, 2015 9:30 pm

It looks really good


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