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[C3][Tool][Small Demo] Super Mario 64 DS Editor + Small Demo
Forum Index - Sunken Ghost Ship - C3 Museum - Summer 2014 - [C3][Tool][Small Demo] Super Mario 64 DS Editor + Small Demo
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Super Mario 64 DS Editor (SM64DSe) is an editor for SM64DS originally created by Mega-Mario/StapleButter that I've been updating and maintaining for the past year and a half.

Screenshots:





Main Features:
- Import new course models and collision maps from OBJ or DAE models
- Full control over placement of objects, enemies, Stars etc.
- Import and export level minimaps
- Import and export to/from the game's graphics format
- Texture editor for models
- Support for editing animated textures, both in levels eg. scrolling water and character/enemy models eg. blinking
- Text editor
- Additional patches manager for applying small ASM hacks with several useful patches included
- Export any game model to OBJ or DAE, including character models with full joints information
- [WIP] Export rigged and animated models from the game's native format to DAE

Upcoming Features:
- Importing rigged and animated models to the game's native format from DAE

You can download the latest version from here

More information and updates at kuribo64.net

I've also made a very short demo that replaces Mario with Deku Link to show the editor's ability.



Credit for the Deku Link model goes to Zerox from Spriters' Resource: http://www.models-resource.com/nintendo_64/lozmm/model/520/

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Great work as always Fiachra! I was impressed by the editor when I saw it on Kuribo64, and it's getting better with every update. Nice work!
Looking at those screenshots, the editor does look hard to use, but probably nothing that can't be mastered with practice. Still, I like the fact that you're working on this tool, anything that can expand the universe of ROM hacking is always welcome with open arms.
Many users use this editor. And this editor is very easy. (control) And this editor is powerful. Almost better than all the editors for sm64.
indeed

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What is the face limit for replacing the characters body parts?

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The download link didn't work for me, I couldn't establish a connection to the site.

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New layout by RanAS!
Originally posted by Ztar64
What is the face limit for replacing the characters body parts?

It would depend on how many faces the levels contained. I would try to stick to around 500. The game would probably still load with around 1000 but the DS (not emulators) can only display 2048 triangles on the screen at a time so you may see parts of the character or level model disappear as you move if there're too many.

Originally posted by MilleniumLuigi
The download link didn't work for me, I couldn't establish a connection to the site.

Sorry, link updated.
Originally posted by MilleniumLuigi
The download link didn't work for me, I couldn't establish a connection to the site.


Editor: https://fs10n5.sendspace.com/dl/2668b24d40b9dde15bc0c2a995912d99/53cb78d53242bce8/8li73u/SM64DSe_20140514_R74.zip

Sample: http://kuribo64.net/get.php?id=lEECQnjCgall0cEU
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