view "texture"
#1
Hello, I would like to view (not change) files with the extension "texture".
I tried "gimp" by converting them to dds. but some files are "weird"
Have you any advice?
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#2
I don't use gimp, but I use photoshop

I open the .texture files using DDS Viewer, then save it as .psd
Then I open it with photoshop
Everything looks normal
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#3
(08-17-2016, 03:20 PM)Lamer-fabio Wrote: Hello, I would like to view (not change) files with the extension "texture".
I tried "gimp" by converting them to dds. but some files are "weird"
Have you any advice?

 Use XnView it is fast, free, light and opens textures perfectly.
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#4
Thank you for your answers.
this is what I get
with photoshop and XnView

http://img4.hostingpics.net/pics/721814exemple.jpg
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#5
I would just rename to .dds and open in PS
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#6
le résultat est le même.
ce sont des textures de mods payday 2 qui ne s'ouvent pas correctement.
my english bad, very bad

translated by Google translation:
the result is the same.
These are textures mods payday 2 that do not properly ften.
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#7
(08-20-2016, 10:25 AM)Lamer-fabio Wrote: le résultat est le même.
ce sont des textures de mods payday 2 qui ne s'ouvent pas correctement.
my english bad, very bad

translated by Google translation:
the result is the same.
These are textures mods payday 2 that do not properly ften.

Pour voir le contenu d'un fichier .texture, je conseil de renommer le fichier "fichier.texture" en "fichier.dds" et d'ensuite utiliser un dds viewer comme celui que j'utilise: dds viewer par Nvidia ou carrément ouvrir le .dds avec Photoshop ou The Gimp. Si tu utilise le dds viewer je t'ai conseillé, décoche cette case pour éviter d'avoir de mauvaises surprises.

En espérant avoir aidé.

(If an English translation is needed I'll edit my post)
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