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Super Robot Taisen GC Translation Toolkit

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Description:

This toolkit is meant to help in the translation of the game Super Robot Taisen GC for the Nintendo Gamecube by making it easy to create custom textures for use in the Nintendo Gamecube and Nintendo Wii emulator Dolphin.

Since these tools are built over a feature of the Dolphin emulator, it is not possible to use them to produce a translation for use in the real hardware. If that’s what you’re after, you may stop reading here.

The toolkit contains 4 different tools for sorting and editing the game textures dumped by the emulator. All tools are easy to use, as well as (hopefully) intuitive, but a pdf file is added in the package with easy to follow instructions just in case (as well as a lot of definitions and illustrated explanations).

The tools fully support UTF-8, and thus are suitable for producing translations in languages other than English.

IMPORTANT: It’s been confirmed that this toolkit works well with Dolphin 3.0 (no revision). Versions after that will present issues with the names of the textures that this tool works with, making them non-exportable to other users.

UPDATE: Dolphin 4.0 seems to have fixed the issue of texture names, so now you can use these tools with it. The settings would be the same, but using Direct3D 11 instead of Direct3D 9.

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