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Rainbow: texture format converter

13 July 2014 7:38PM EST - Update by PhOeNiX

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Rainbow is a tool intended to convert different graphics formats from video games assets to and from user editable images (like png). It currently supports almost every variant of the TIM2 format.

The main difference with other great tools like Tile Molester and Crystal Tile 2 is to provide direct support to proprietary graphics formats found in “new generation” consoles, like PS2, PSP, Wii, etc., instead of dealing with just the raw image data.

Features

  • The underlying image library has almost complete support to TIM2 texture files usually found in PS2 and PSP games. The app supports multi-layer, multi-clut, swizzled (PSP)/unswizzled TIM2 images with both linear, interleaved palettes, and segments headers eventually extended with custom user data (usually used by programmers).
  • Can open textures in any format supported by the underlying image library.
  • Can open whole folders in search of supported texture formats. All known texture files are then displayed in a list.
  • Can export and import textures in suitable image formats for editing (like png).
  • Any additional information specific to the texture is preserved when exporting/importing (like the TIM2 header data), in order to have a one-to-one correspondence with the original texture.
  • Customizable background color for transparent and semi-transparent images with chessboard like pattern.
  • Finally, Rainbow supports parameters via command line: the first parameter is the name of a texture you would like to open.

The GitHub repository in the relevant link contains the complete source code and more informations on how to use Rainbow.

New Utilities Added to the Database

30 June 2014 2:23AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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IPS Peek Version 0.4.0 Released

27 June 2014 5:40PM EST - Update by vectorman

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IPS Peek, the IPS (International Patching System) patch viewer, has been updated to version 0.4.0. This is the most significant update IPS Peek has received since it was originally introduced.

The following notable features have been added (among others):

  • File linking (with patched file difference highlighting): open a patch as normal, then click the “Link File” icon in the “Data View” toolbar to link a file. This will enable a special mode, where the patched data is applied to the linked file and highlighted (color-coded) data changes are shown. In this mode, yellow highlights indicate new data applied by a patch record. Red highlights signify when the patch record expands the ROM before writing (if you see red, then something may be wrong with the compatibility of the patch and the file.) Gray highlights represent data that is cut off by the Lunar IPS truncate extension (CHS). Clicking a patch record in the list will jump to and select the corresponding patched data.
  • IPS Peek now supports two layouts: vertical or horizontal (available in the “View” menu.)
  • IPS Peek can now be used as a basic hex viewer for any file.

See the full changelog included with IPS Peek (CHANGES.txt) for a more detailed list of changes. Look out for more great stuff coming in the future!

IPS Peek Version 0.3.0 Released

01 May 2014 11:18PM EST - Update by vectorman

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IPS Peek, the IPS (International Patching System) patch viewer, has been updated to version 0.3.0.

This version focuses on improving the Data View features. You will now find a Data View toolbar that contains standard hex editing features such as the following:

  • Goto Offset
  • Select All
  • Copy/Copy Hex
  • Find/Find Next/Find Previous

See the changelog for information on other minor changes.

This is just the beginning of many new features coming in the future. Keep a lookout for updates.

New Utilities Added to the Database

11 April 2014 5:49PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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IPS Peek Version 0.2.0

06 April 2014 7:37PM EST - Update by vectorman

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IPS Peek, the IPS (International Patching System) patch viewer, has been updated to version 0.2.0.

This version adds some nice new features such as:

  • ‘Modified’ appears in status bar.
  • Added ‘Go To Row’ and ‘Copy Row’ menu items.
  • Added ‘Size (Hex)’, ‘#’ (row number) and ‘IPS Size (Hex)’ columns.
  • ‘Size’ and ‘IPS Size’ columns now display in decimal.
  • Columns can be reordered and hidden (by right clicking the column headers.)
  • Exporting only exports visible columns.
  • Export file format improved.
  • ‘Data View’ bytes are no longer fixed to 16 per row.
  • ‘Data View’ height is no longer fixed when window is resized.
  • ‘Data View’ contains line and column information.

This is just the start of several new releases in the coming months, so keep a look out for updates.

FF7Tools 1.0 Released

31 March 2014 3:58AM EST - Update by cebix

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The (ingeniously named) FF7Tools 1.0 are now available.

FF7Tools is a suite of command-line translation and hacking tools for the PlayStation 1 version of Final Fantasy VII. It can be used for modding the game, searching for hidden content, and creating fan translations. The main focus of the tools is on the dumping and editing of in-game text.

This first public release of the tools fully supports the Japanese (FF7 International), US, and German PAL versions of the game.

Full Python source code and extensive documentation are included, and contributions are welcome - see the project’s GitHub page, below.

IPS Info 0.1.0.0 (Beta) Released

15 March 2014 10:38PM EST - Update by vectorman

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IPS Info 0.1.0.0 (beta) is now available.

IPS Info is a command line utility that lists IPS (International Patching System) patch records and other patch information. It shows elements of an IPS patch such as: offset, patch type, patch size, resize information (for Lunar IPS patches), and more!

IPS Info is essentially the export portion of IPS Peek, contained in a small, easy to use application.

IPS Info runs on Windows, Linux and Mac (with Mono or .NET).

New Utilities Added to the Database

18 February 2014 3:55AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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IPS Peek 0.1.0.0 (Beta) Released

07 February 2014 6:19PM EST - Update by vectorman

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The first release (version 0.1.0.0 beta) of IPS Peek is ready for download. IPS Peek is a tool used to look inside of IPS (International Patching System) patches.

Features include:

  • Shows patch records, record sizes, offsets and more!
  • Shows Lunar IPS truncate extension (CHS).
  • Shows data (in a hex view) written by a patch record.
  • Shows total size of all modified data.
  • Allows exporting of patch information to a text file for later use.
  • Filtering support.

IPS Peek is currently in beta, so any feedback or suggestions are welcome.

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