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Argyll

Help Needed....fao Swartz

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It's been so long, I can't remeber how to edit the .rsb's!! :)

I've extracted them,saved as jpegs,edited and when I go to save, I notice that there is an alpha layer.....

I tried to put the mask from the Korean dude,on the rest of the team by overlaying,clearing the eye area,and saving as the original file, but when I view it ingame, it's transparent.....totally,they're like Ghosts.....weird

I know the armpatch has an alpha so that the IR stobe emits from there

I tried simple cut and paste,but onviously it's merging or missing this Aplha layer

Can you give a run down of the process?

Regards

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the same thing happened to me in the beginning.

but there is a easy fix, just uncheck the box just beside Alpha Blended at the save options screen and they will show up fine ingame.

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I am a totaly beginner with RSB-files. What do I do? :thumbsup:

I have got Photoshop. What else do i need? and how?

Thanx!

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there is an .rsb plugin for Photoshop that came with Island Thunder, might be able to pick that up over at www.GhostRecon.net try a forum search. :thumbsup:

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Plugin is here

It doesn't seem to work for all the rsb files though. Not sure why.

Edited by cobaka

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Thanks Guys!

I found the plug-in for Photoshop, and tried it on some of the *body.rsb's, and that worked fine - Nice! :thumbsup:

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