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SparkIV IMG/RPF Archive Viewer/Editor for GTA:IV Latest version can be found at the Google Code page: This program is provided under the GPL v3 license. Crack Kung Fu Panda Playstation 3 more. The source code for this program can be obtained from its. Comments/Requests/Bug Reports/etc are welcome! NOTE: This is a public beta, and as such it is crucial that you backup all files you save/rebuild with SparkIV! I won't be held responsible for any loss of files/limbs/cake/etc that may result due to the use of SparkIV.

Version 0.6.2 Features - Support for previewing FragType Model (*.wft) files - Support for viewing LOD models - Support for exporting audio as multichannel WAV files - Support for Russian patched version ( - Workaround for Windows 7 textures bug for older betas (should already be fixed in newest beta of Windows 7) - Updated list of audio filesnames (thanks to DerPlaya78) - Other minor bug fixes/speed improvements Version 0.6.1 Features - Critical bug fix with import/export textures. The game doesn't check img files in the models folder, so i'll be happily testing stuff there soon, hopefully. I did do some testing with the resource segment import/export, i didn't have much progress ingame. I get the following error, just as my model (Huntley, as the case may be) should appear: 'GTA IV Fatal Error: RC20 Invalid Resource Detected - Please re-install the game' What i did was this: -extract the Huntley.wft, and make a backup copy -open huntley.wft in Resoursaur.exe -extract system data, and gfx data -import system data, and gfx data back into huntley.wft -save huntley.wft -import huntley.wft into vehicles.img, and start the game -wait impossibly long time for game to load (thats normal, your img tool seems to work fine) -wait for huntley to spawn, then crash! The huntley.wft that is saved from Resoursaur is 571,426 bytes, vs the 573,440 bytes of the original, unmodified huntley.wft file. There appears to be a giant block of '00' padding on the end of the original huntley.wft, that is completely absent from the one your app saves out. Otherwise, good start to what will be an invaluable tool.

Great work aru! As you seem to have some great insight to GTA4 fileformats and related cryptography, maybe you can help me out with something: I'm working on an easy-to-use modmanager for GTA4 (made some for other games already).

However, if the modmanager replaces the original game files, chances are, that patches or stuff in combination with modified files will mess up the installation. Thus it would be best to have one package file that contains all modified files and has preference over all other files. Best bet for such a package would be the filelist.pak. The file format is very easy, however, contained files haven't got filenames and instead an integer value which identifies the file (i.e. 80E49686 = common data fonts.dat, A4E833EF = common data decision cop.ped). My guess is, that this integer is a hash of the filename, but i haven't got a clue which algorithm might be used to generate the hash. Do you have any idea?

The rpf files seem to use such hashes too. I think the goal of OpenIV is the same as mine, but our methodology for going about this is quite different. When I'm happy with the maturity of SparkIV, its going to be open source. I'm more than happy to share what I know/learnt with others, as long as they are willing to do the same. I think OpenIV wants to be a bit more closed (i.e. And IMHO, that really doesn't work well with a dynamic community like this where we have a lot of talented programmers around.

I was testing Resoursaur with the the RSCs that were already outside the archives so I never ended up getting that error. I guess I'll have to pad it properly when importing in SparkIV.

Try the One-at-a-Time hash function. R* seems to like that. I might be adding a texture previewer to SparkIV, but there won't be a full editor from me. Someone else from here is working on one though. Yes, theres some problems with the dinosaur calculating the sizes.

Also, I think I should enforce that all segments must be a multiple of 4096 bytes. Which they usually are. Why the need to edit xbox360 files?

Anyway, IMG opening/saving for 360 should work with SparkIV, but I have no way of testing that. Autocad Architecture 2008 32 Bit more. Muse The 2nd Law Album Rar. Resoursaur will currently export the segments out of a 360 resource file, but not import.