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Sugardust

Extracting single textures from sets of textures

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Howdy again.

 

Thanks for the help on my last question, but I have one more. I went ahead and browsed the community texture thread and found a really nice set of metal textures I'd like to use. I know how to work slade with importing textures but I cannot find any answer online about how to deal with large pictures of textures. The below image is what I'm talking about. These metal textures were posted by NiGHTMARE in the texture thread and they look amazing and they're just what I was looking for, but how do you actually use something in this format? I'm familiar with each texture being by itself in a picture file, but not multiple textures in a single file. Can I seperate these easily into individual textures using slade? Do I have to just separate them manually using photoshop? Thanks for the help again in advance.

NiGHTMARE metal textures

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6 hours ago, Sugardust said:

Do I have to just separate them manually using photoshop?

Photoshop can probably do this automatically. I know Gimp can.

https://docs.gimp.org/en/plug-in-guillotine.html

 

You can also find a ton of specialized tools if you search the web for "sprite sheet slicer" or "sprite sheet cutter".

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3 hours ago, Sugardust said:

Do I have to just separate them manually using photoshop?

Pretty much, or even MSPaint. Just remember to save each one as BMP or PNG to preserve quality. Then use SLADE to convert.

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9 hours ago, Gez said:

Photoshop can probably do this automatically. I know Gimp can.

https://docs.gimp.org/en/plug-in-guillotine.html

 

You can also find a ton of specialized tools if you search the web for "sprite sheet slicer" or "sprite sheet cutter".

Thank you. I was figuring there was some automatic way to do it but I guess a little time in photoshop wont hurt.

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