sd2-accc [option] <input .ac file> < output .acc file> [dist] [-order order-string]
sd2-accc is intended to add multi-texturing to the track models built in the native Ac3d file format.
stripify any ac3d output models
ac3d to ac3d: the result file is optimized in using groups by zone of track track must be named TKMNxxx dist is used to determine the distance of the objects
ac3d to ac3d: the result is a vertex merged unique obj for smooth car only
ac3d to obj +s ac3d to ac3d with strips (used for cars)
- +es -angle-of-smooth
ac3d to ac3d with strips (used for cars) and extended ac3d file output (computed normals) angle is in degrees: example: +es 80.0 clkdtm_o.ac clkdtm.ac the output file will also contains the secondary textcoord for the env sliding
ac3d to ac3d with triangles (used for cars) and extended ac3d file output (normals normals)
ac3d to ac3d with triangles no split and extended ac3d file output (normals normals)
ac3d to ac3d with triangles, create a new ac3d file used for track shading vertical mapping of a single texture
- -order order-string
only used with +es , +s and +et orderstring is the order of the objects during the save for example: HB;OB;OBM is the names of the objet separate by a semicolon for imported NFS cars the object name HB must be used instead of: HB
- -g output filename
for grouping multilayer ac3d track
- -l0 input filename
the base geometry
- -l1 input filename
the base geometry map-tiled
- -l2 input filename
the base geometry skids/and grass details
- -l3 input filename
the base geometry shadows
- -d3 val
the max distance of groups in tkmn
- -d2 val
the distance of group 2 in tkmn
- -d1 val
the distance of group 1 in tkmn
- -S val
the distance of splitting for TERRAIN* objects
for extended ac3d file format for strips
no texture split (for debug)
sd2-accc is licensed under the GNU General Public License, version 2 or later.
The Speed Dreams Team.
This manual page was written by Jean-Philippe Meuret <email@example.com>, based on TORCS 1.2.2 version by Rudy Godoy <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project ; of course, it may be used by any other.
In case you discover a bug (sure you won't ;-), please report it here:
of course after checking that it is not already filed.
Web site: http://www.speed-dreams.org/
Sourceforge pages: http://sourceforge.net/projects/speed-dreams/
speed-dreams-2(6), sd2-trackgen(6), sd2-menuview(6), sd2-nfs2ac(6), sd2-nfsperf(6)
sd2-nfs2ac(6), sd2-nfsperf(6), sd2-trackgen(6), speed-dreams-2(6).