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Misc Real Tire Lighting!!! 1.1

Realistic Tire Lighting all Cars,

  1. chargingcar

    chargingcar

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    chargingcar submitted a new resource:

    Real Tire Lighting!!! - Real Tire Lighting!!!

    Read more about this resource...
     
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  2. Hassan 94

    Hassan 94

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    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWEEEEEEEEEEESOOOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMEEEEEEEEEEEEE :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
     
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  3. chargingcar

    chargingcar

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    Thanks m8 I had it looking even better in dry they was that clear that they insane , but in the wet they looked like the dry tires so I had to change most of the file glad you like it.:thumbsup:
     
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  4. noelnoelnoel

    noelnoelnoel

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    Simply amazing! Keep it up!
     
  5. Chris

    Chris
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    Great work!

    Although, it looks just a tad too shiny. if you can make it a little less shiny, then it's spot on!
     
  6. Graham Laing

    Graham Laing
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    Nice job ....... the only problem is that you filed it under Apparel :)

    Apparel is things like Helmets, Gloves, and clothing
    Skins are for car paint jobs

    This mod should really be under Miscellaneous (Misc)

    I can't move it as I don't have any control of the website filing system, but I'll see if someone else can move it.

    Please, no jokes mentioning that actually you 'wear' your tyres ;) :D
     
  7. Melphiz

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    Hm, nice work. For people with custom liveries which come with a custom materials.xml it's not the best advice to replace the materials.xml :D
     
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  8. Steven Poirier

    Steven Poirier

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    Good job, but personally, real tyre doesnt look shiny, i race myself with kart and look more mat than shiny after use
     
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  9. Richie Hill

    Richie Hill

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    what values from the materials file are needed for these brilliant tyres if you were to merge with a car livery materials folder you already have installed?
     
  10. Benutzername

    Benutzername
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    Yep, but on TV there appear shiny.


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    Great work!

    Just one question, will it be online useable?
     
  11. ML2166

    ML2166
    If quizzes are quizzical then what are tests?

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    Look at onboard videos of various drivers, and these aren't too far off at all.

    Just about the right amount of shine I'd say, maybe a touch lower, but overall very nice job.

    Unlike the burn your retinas shine you get from some people wheels included in their mods.
     
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  12. chargingcar

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    All you have to do is Copy and Paste the Tire , And tread settings into which ever materials you already have ,This comments is that pointless ,I do not know why I bothered replying come to think about it,:confused:
     
  13. chargingcar

    chargingcar

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    Yes you can use these settings on all types of racing /Season/online.
     
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  14. chargingcar

    chargingcar

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    Tire , Tread
     
  15. chargingcar

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    Thanks I know for nest time , I only upload it now because people seemed interested in the mod, I have had these settings for about 3 weeks was going to wait till 2013 was released,:thumbsup:
     
  16. chargingcar

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    Like I said in the description on the Video , I had a lot better settings that looked even more realistic, But when I checked other game modes I realized that in the wet the tires looked dreadful so I changed most of the settings as to please more people on different game modes,
    Because I love racing in the wet and can get top 1/2/3/ Times on every track.;)
     
  17. aagancia

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    Could you upload the 2 versions you have? The more realistic version, optimized for dry and this one which you optimized for wet and dry. Would be great if we had the option to choose. I usually drive in the dry.
     
  18. Tomek

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    Very nice job;)
     
  19. Melphiz

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    I'm sorry I said something obvious - for modders - which common people have no idea about and would just replace one with the other and wonder why they messed up.
    I'll stop writing stuff in your mods that could help the nonmodding-just-use-stuff-community. Let it rain helpless questions from helpless gamers next time, I'm really sorry.
     
  20. chargingcar

    chargingcar

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    If you Change these 2 Settings Only, You will be able to make it how you want,
    <tread>
    <param specularHighlightPower="12.55" />
    <param specularHighlightStrength="1.16" />
    This is just the original settings from mc2_ Change the Power settings it actually diffuses the brightness , so low Power with High Strength makes the Tire look really Sharp and Clear like 10/10
    But high Power and Low strength produce the best results ,
    High power you can change from 10/110 But you need to adjust the strength like a Light bulb low Strength around 1/2 Produces nice Results with Power Between 60/100 ,
    Just Change around the settings that pleases you the Most I personally like these settings , But there is loads of different settings to get different Results,
    Hope this helps you Guy,s out on the settings,:thumbsup:
     
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