VTF Plug-In for Photoshop - NemPosted: May 6th, 2005 - 3:08:47 pm
About:

VTF Plug-In is an Adobe Photoshop 6.0 and up file format plug-in for the .vtf file format. It is a simple plug-in that supports single-frame/single-face, 3 or 4 channel .vtf files in any format. It is designed for typical .vtf creation and viewing and does not contain the advanced features found in VTFEdit. Nonetheless, it can be a useful tool for creating simple .vtf files. The plug-in does not support 64 bit versions of Photoshop.

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VTF Plug-In

Download: Revision History:

v1.0.11
  • Fixed alpha channel premultiplying on open.
v1.0.10
  • Added support for multiple alpha channels.
v1.0.9
  • Added support for version 7.4 of the VTF format.
  • Upgraded to VTFLib v1.2.7.
v1.0.8
  • Added support for version 7.3 of the VTF format.
  • Upgraded to VTFLib v1.2.6.
v1.0.7
  • Added spray templates.
  • Upgraded to VTFLib v1.2.5.
v1.0.6
  • Added "Mipmaps" option.
  • Upgraded to VTFLib v1.2.2.
v1.0.5
  • Added support for 16 bit channel reading.
  • Upgraded to VTFLib v1.2.1.
v1.0.4
  • Upgraded to VTFLib v1.2.0.
v1.0.3
  • Upgraded to VTFLib v1.1.3.
v1.0.2
  • Added format templates.
v1.0.1
  • Improved format specific flag handling.
  • Fixed combobox height.
v1.0.0
  • Original build.
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16. f00b13Posted: Mar 18th, 2006 - 9:21:57 pm
Oops, never mind... I have paint shop pro 8 and it doesn't work...

17. NemPosted: Mar 18th, 2006 - 9:28:57 pm
Can you check my post (#6) and let me know if that works, I'm not sure if the plug-in works in PSP or not.

18. StinoPosted: Apr 4th, 2006 - 3:32:02 am
ok, it worked in photoshop cs 2, but since i have installed the nvidea tools, it doesn't work anymore, (my photoshop is going crazy, i can only open png's, but i cant do a thing with it, it shows me what i'm doing, but then it turns back to the orignal state :s

19. NemPosted: Apr 4th, 2006 - 11:27:06 am
Umm, sounds like you messed up your PS installation? I have the latest Nvidia tools installed so it can't be a conflict between VTF Plug-In and the Nvidia tools (in fact there isn't really a logical way that there could be, they are separate self-contained programs).

20. BadPranksterPosted: Apr 30th, 2006 - 5:40:12 pm
Nem:
Edit: A few people have mentioned to me that it does work in Paint Shop Pro. To install it, create a folder in the PlugIns folder called VTFLib and place both the VTF.8bi and the VTFLib.dll files in it. If it works please let me know which version of Paint Shop you have, I know it at least works in Paint Shop Pro 8.

Thanks!!! I have PSP 9.01 and it works!

21. degeneratenoobgalorePosted: Nov 1st, 2006 - 11:22:45 pm
first off, im a noob when it comes to all this stuff, but im a creative person and alot of my buddies on counter strike want me to create sprays for them, but i cant figure out how to make some of the backgrounds show up transparent, i know how to make them transparent on photoshop, but using vtfedit, what settings do i use so the foreground picture sho3ws up the way i saved it and the background transparent, someone please help, and if possible, explain in simple terms

thanx

degenerate

22. NemPosted: Nov 3rd, 2006 - 5:31:34 pm
I emailed you because you also emailed me, please try to do only one, I'll get your message either way and you wont speed anything up.

23. qwerty1Posted: Dec 10th, 2006 - 3:38:54 am
Nem:
Edit: A few people have mentioned to me that it does work in Paint Shop Pro. To install it, create a folder in the PlugIns folder called VTFLib and place both the VTF.8bi and the VTFLib.dll files in it. If it works please let me know which version of Paint Shop you have, I know it at least works in Paint Shop Pro 8.

I am using Paint Shop Pro X [10] and when you try to save a .vft file, the message "Unknown plugin error has occured" pops up twice.

Help plz :(

24. NemPosted: Dec 10th, 2006 - 4:33:45 pm
I've heard repeated reports of the plug-in working in PSP 8 and 9, but I'm not sure about 10. Perhaps something about the plug-in support for PSP 10 has changed? I don't own PSP 10 so it's really hard for me to test the plug-in or offer any more insight.

shrug

25. joey0101Modified: Dec 29th, 2006 - 10:46:47 am
Im having trouble save as .vtf, it is installed correctly, when I try to save it comes up with the error
Code:
'Canot save{File Name} because image width is not a power of 2'


I dont know if its because I'm using Adobe Photoshop Elements v4.0

26. NemPosted: Dec 29th, 2006 - 4:49:02 pm
The width and height must be two to the power of something (e.g. 2^8=256) so valid widths and heights would be any combination of 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024 etc.

Resize the texture within Photoshop before saving.

27. joey0101Posted: Dec 30th, 2006 - 4:46:28 am
nope still same Error


28. NemPosted: Dec 30th, 2006 - 10:49:26 pm
What is your canvas size?

29. joey0101Posted: Dec 31st, 2006 - 8:42:50 am
i got it working but only when I create a new picture not when i upload one from my digital camera

30. Reaper412Posted: Jan 2nd, 2007 - 8:34:31 am
Ok How do you make a Menu Background for CS:S, when I am about to save it, I get this Error:

'Canot save{File Name} because image width is not a power of 2'

I see joey0101 got it, but I didnt really understand what I am supposed to do, can you explain it better? Like step by step directions how to make a menu background, this is my first time.

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