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Dawn of War Texture Tool

Author: IBBoard (Submitted by IBBoard)
Category: Skinning and Modding Resources
Version: 1.2 Size: 23KB
Description: An updated version of the new texture compiler and extractor that is fully compatible with all WTP files, RSH files and RTX files.

Note: There is a newer version of this download available, which contains additional features.

This Texture Tool is fully featured with regard to compiling or extracting texture files for Dawn of War. Any skin file from the game or the expansion packs, including those such as the Space Marines Scouts that were not normally compilable with Beroc's WTP Tool, should be extractable and compilable.

With this improved tool, you no longer need to resize non-square textures before compiling them (so badges on the textures will remain at their original proportions) and you can also recompile any of the race's banner textures. A badge and banner can also both be included on the same texture.

The tool also allows you to extract RSH files without having to use two tools, and is the first stand-alone tool to handle RTX files.

Features in this version:

  • Compile and extract WTP textures
  • Compile and extract RSH textures
  • Compile and extract RTX textures
  • Allowed for compiling and extracting of multiple files at once.

More features are planned for later versions!

Note: this application requires an implementation of v1.1 of the .Net framework (e.g. Mono or the Microsoft .Net Framework)

File contents: Dawn of War Texture Tool and readme.

Rating: 5.0 from 2 votes (0 comments)
Added: 07/02/2006 Downloads: 97

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