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zmodeler export problems

Discussion in 'TDU2 - Mod Tools & Support' started by [email protected], Nov 11, 2018.

  1. Zond@

    [email protected] Physics creator

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    Hey guys!

    Im trying to export a model into 3dg but when i export all into bnk and put it into the game the game crashes
    I tried with just importing/exporting vanilla 3d models without making any changes and, i discovered what causes this was the .2dm that zmodeler created when exporting (the 3dg and 3dd files are fine).
    I dont know why the material file makes the game crash.
    Is not corrupt, cause i can import it later in zmodeler without problems (and i notice no difference between the new and the original).

    Im using zmodeler 2.2.6 992 for importing but i also used both 992 and 993 for exporting
    I also tried to swap the tdu2 filters in both versions, no luck so far, and didnt find anything on the internet regarding this issue so i decided to make a new thread about this.

    If anyone have any idea about how to properly work with .2dm files that would be appreciated.

    Also, is there any good modding tutorial videos? all videos seems to been taken down

    Thanks!
     
  2. Minime891

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    Maybe a stupid question but have you selected export as test drive unlimited 2 and not 1?

    You could upload the edited bnk for me to look at.
     

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