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Ripping Models From Directx9 Games Part 3 – Making Use Of Exported Data

[Intro]

If you read part 2 of this series, you have yourself a bunch of indices and vertices for 3d geometry in a game.  The question now is, how are you going to do anything with them?  That’s where this final part of the tutorial comes in.  Here we turn the geometry vertex data into a usable format- Wavefront OBJ, which is a format that is readily understood by most 3D modeling software.

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Slenderman Re-Textured Model

Ripping Models From Directx9 Games Part 2 – Implementing

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[Introduction]

In this part we’ll talk about what needs to be done under the hood to implement a directx9 model ripper.  To implement 3d geometry I used hooking.  I won’t get into the details of how to hook directx calls here since that subject has been more than covered online.  You should be familiar with that subject before continuing this tutorial.