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Race Track Builder available on Steam

Discussion in 'Stock Car Extreme' started by Taris, Aug 24, 2015.

  1. Taris

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  2. Patrick Giranthon

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    Apparently, the soft is really unfinished for the moment.
     
  3. xnorb

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    If it doesn't have a direct export function to SCE (and afaik it doesn't have any export functionality into any racing game format) this has nothing to do in here.
     
  4. Paul Bennett

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    Looks like only formatted for AC at the moment.
    @Patrick Giranthon , if this goes to SCE I think your inbox will crash :)
     
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  5. Jan Mikuž

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    It takes months to build a quality track from scratch....New Reiza game will be out before a fresh track is made for SCE imo.

    I think we are fine with rf conversions and Patrick's upgrades for the time being. :)
     
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  6. Patrick Giranthon

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    The software is presented to be able to do "fantasy tracks" and to use google maps to do terrains. As I discussed with Alex, Google maps is not enough to do the road itself of a racing track. So perhaps some tools can be helpful to save time, but the accuracy that Reiza and GSC ask probably needs the usual tools like 3ds max. And even if you have the track and terrain, 3d objects like buildings can take weeks.
    I am curious about this software anyway, but it probably can't replace professional tools.