Let me know if you still have questions.[...]
Choose DXT5 ARGB 8 bpp | interpolated alpha in the NVidia menu.
Save the .DDS file with the correct name (for example: pew_01_nude_0001 [ranger]) and then copy the file into your files to patch folder.
Run the MetaInjector.
Remember that you have either to disable the game completely or only modify textures that are not currently loaded in the game for it to work.
A nice way to do it w/o restarting the game is to switch characters and initiate the patcher as the game is loading.
You can also use the Resoreples Nude Mod if you replace one of the pubic hair textures in Paz\patcher_resources\texture\pubic_hair and then select the pubic hair variation in the Resoreples menu that you have replaced.
You do need to have the pubic hair pack installed before you do that.
I use resoreples because the patcher is quicker and I do it alot when creating and testing new presets.
EDIT: you still have to remove clothing via the mods as this will only change how a character looks naked and will not remove armor by default.
Yes man, this was I talk about, works great now! THANKS A LOT!Alright, I'm gonna make a quick rundown. Follow the steps and you should be fine.
1. set your preset (tan lines, pubic, color etc.)
2. [in photoshop] save as
3. [in photoshop] file name - copy the file name from the texture that you are using and delete EVERYTHING that's after 0001
ex.: pdw_00_nude_0001 dk => pdw_00_nude_00014. [in photoshop] (still in the save as window) select format - D3D/DDS
5. [in photoshop] select where to save, preferably desktop, and save the file
you should now see the nVidia menu/tool6. in the drop down menu select DXT5 ARGB 8 bpp | interpolated alpha and click save
this will take a minute or two, depending on your computer6. navigate to your files to patch folder for MetaInjector, should be
Program Files (x86)\Black Desert Online\Paz\files_to_patch7. copy the created .dds file from desktop into the files to patch folder
8. shut the game down
9. run MetaInjector, if in doubt how to do this refer to the forum page
10. run the game and you should be good to go
EDIT: added this to the first post
Thanks fleet! Any idea why one of his other posts doesn't show images? Seems like there are 3 of them there with the same "bug".Not sure why it didn't work, so I changed it to a link. Now if you click on the link the picture should open.
fleet (global moderator)
Without knowing what post you are referencing, I can't research the cause. One post in this specific topic had a bad link that I can't trace. I've edited that post to delete the broken link.Thanks fleet! Any idea why one of his other posts doesn't show images? Seems like there are 3 of them there with the same "bug".
Just 5 posts above your initial post, but now I can see you've edited that one as well. It wasn't edited when I asked the question, in my defense :DWithout knowing what post you are referencing, I can't research the cause. One post in this specific topic had a bad link that I can't trace. I've edited that post to delete the broken link.
Please use the REPORT function to report specific posts.
fleet (global moderator)
That post had one image that wasn't showing. When you said "Seems like there are 3 of them there with the same "bug"..." , I misinterpreted what you meant; I thought you meant a post with three images. The misunderstanding is entirely my fault.Just 5 posts above your initial post, but now I can see you've edited that one as well. It wasn't edited when I asked the question, in my defense :D
How strange. Only the one showed up on my screen, and the other two [U]still[/U] don't appear.Not entirely misinterpreted because I really did mean that three images are missing. Even after you've edited it the posts looks like that to me:
As if you'd only edit out one broken link and the others were fine but somehow still not showing.
Will use the report function in the future, thanks! I just wasn't sure if it's not a bug on my side so I had to ask first.