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Really, you're going to explain Photoshop steps on a forum with an active group dedicated to it? Please stop trying to make yourself look smart by doing the most basic of things. Even dumping is rater easy to do. Besides this is in the wrong section. Even then at most it belongs in a blog.
Yeah but I had to write my OWN PROGRAM to accurately extract the graphics from the dump file, and that was after I had to use Gimp to analyze it to find the offsets for the graphics. And I bet you didn't even know you could memory dump in Windows 7. That's normally something that an advanced game ripping/hacking tool does.
It wasn't just some "simple Photoshop" that I did. That was only the last step when I wanted to give the pictures actual transparency.
That was some 1337 H4x0r work that I did.
Not to mention that those anime girls I ripped from the game's graphics are so sexy that I am now actually using one of them as my avatar.
Last edited by abcdefgh12345678; 12-17-2012 at 04:06 AM.
My Furry Senses tell me you didn't write anything and you just found the images in a /data or /images folder and just converted them from bitmaps to png in Paint.
Just curious... I mean, I had the same the problem with my Clannad Full Voice visual novel game; the image and text files seemed to be encyrpted, but since the resolution was only 800x600, I was able to rip some the illustrations in full with the PrtSc key.
Also, did you know that PNG files are better at supporting transparency than GIFs? Not to mention, you're limited to 256 colours with the latter.
Last edited by .:neuko:.; 12-17-2012 at 03:50 PM.
Or there's Google. Not exactly scarce images if you search for them.
EDIT: Not to mention the only people that use 1337 H4X0r are people without any skill and just want to make themselves look cool.
Last edited by GameGeeks; 12-17-2012 at 04:02 PM.
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