Mx Simulator Enduro Track Speed



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About MX Simulator

MX Simulator features the ultimate in motocross gaming physics.Unlike most other MX games, you actually lean into turns and throttle,clutch and shift like on a real bike. Real life actions such aswheelies, endoes, whips, swaps, slides and high-sides happen naturallyfrom the physics of the game in real time, without the use of cannedmotion capture effects. This game actually feels like riding.

Features

  • Complete motorcycle physics model. Steering, suspension, clutch,transmission and power curve work just like a real bike.
  • Online multiplayer with automatic prediction to compensate forlag.
  • 8 different bikes based on real life dyno, gear ratio andweight information.
  • Intelligent computer riders. The computer riders in this game donot cheat. They obey the same physical rules and use the same exactbike as the player does.
  • Fully adjustable suspension and gearing.
  • Physically modeled engine noise for both 2 smokes and thumpers.
  • 12 event points series with novice, amateur and expert classes.Realistic tracks including Budds Creek and RedBud replicas.
  • Flexible race format. Motos can be time or lap based with up to40 riders.
  • No monster trucks.
  • Requires 2 GHz CPU with 1 GB RAM and 3D graphics acceleratorwith full OpenGL 1.1 support. Works on either Windows (XP or newer)or Linux.

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Files you need to make tracks

You need the mx.exe from the full version of the game.
Here's a blank track to start with: blank_track.zip

Unzip the blank track in '%LOCALAPPDATA%MX Simulator'.

The easy way to find this folder is by using the start menu itemcalled 'MX Simulator Personal Folder', which will open the folder inan explorer window.

Depending on your OS, this could be several different places.

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  • Vista: C:Users<username>AppDataLocalMX Simulator
  • Windows XP: C:Documents and Settings<username>Local SettingsApplication DataMX Simulator
  • Windows 2000 C:Documents and Settings<username>Application DataMX Simulator

Where <username> is your username.

You want thedirectory structure to be something like this:

You can now edit 'terrain.png' and 'shading.ppm' with your favoriteimage editing software and it should show up in the game.

MX Simulator Track Structure

Here's a short description of what each file does:

blank/billboards
Text file that places the sprites (currently used for spectators and most of the trees).
blank/timing_gates
Text file that sets the starting gate positions and timing checkpoints.
blank/terrain.hf
Text file that defines the height field size and resolution. Theformat is '[dimension] [resolution] [lowest point] [highestpoint]'. For example, a height field that is 1025x1025, with 2 feetbetween each point, with a low point of 0 and a high point of 500,would be defined like this: '9 2.0 0.0 500.0'.
blank/terrain.png
Greyscale png file that defines the heights. It should be square,and the size should match the size in 'terrain.hf'. For example, ifthe dimension in 'terrain.hf' is 9, you would use1025x1025 (29+1+1=1025).
blank/shading.ppm
RGB pnm image for shading the track.
blank/statues
Text file that places the stationary models.
blank/flaggers
Text file that places the flaggers.
blank/lighting
Text file that defines the light color and position.
blank/map.png
RGBA png file. This is the map in the top right.
blank/texturelist
This defines the different types of ground.
blank/tilemap
This is a raw array of bytes that defines what types ofground go where. The size is 2 to the power of the dimension in'terrain.hf'. For example, if the dimension is 9, it would be512x512 (29=512).
blank/desc
Text file that has the long name for the track.

The text files all have unix style line endings.

Built-in Track Editor

Enabling the Track Editor

To enable the track editor, you must add '--editor' to the commandline when you start 'mx.exe'. Either add it to the shortcut or juststart it from a command prompt - 'c:Program FilesMXSimulator> mx.exe --editor'. Once it's started, hit TAB until you getto the editor screen.

Track Editor Basics

Yeah, it's ugly.

To scroll the map, right click and drag, or use the arrow keys.Most other actions are done with the left mouse button.

The other keys are:

= -Zoom in and out
[ ]Adjust brush strength
BACKSPACEUndo
DELDelete (in Billboard and Statue mode)
TABSwitch back to game mode
dDuplicate (Statue mode only)
fFlatten gradient
pExport a .pov file
sSave
uUpdate Back Buffer

Step by Step - Making a jump

Load up MX Simulator with the blank track.

Click on 'Gradient Placement', then drag the gradient endpoints towhere you want the jump.

Click on 'Gradient Edit', a 2d side view of the ground will appear(it should be totally flat). The black grid lines are at 10 footintervals and the gray ones are at 2.5 feet. Add points by clickingon the side view until you have a jump.

Now you have a gradient defined, but the track is still unchanged.To actually modify the track, click on 'Gradient Linear Paint', andthen paint your jump onto the track (you will probably want toincrease Focus to at least .5 first). When you're done, hit 'u' toupdate the back buffer.

You can take a look at it now in the game. It might look blocky atfirst from a distance, that will fix itself after a minute or so whenthe tesselation map updates.

Making a berm

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Click on 'Gradient Placement', then move the center of the gradientto the center of the turn. Move the endpoint of the gradient outsideof where you want the berm.

Click on 'Gradient Edit'. Flatten the gradient by pressing 'f'.Add a point that lines up with the peak of the berm.

Add another point in the middle of the berm.

Finally, add a point at the bottom of the berm.

Convert the bottommost line segment to a curve.

Now you have the gradient set up to make the berm. Now switch to'Gradient Radial Add' mode, set 'Focus' to 0 and zoom back enough that thebrush covers the whole berm.

One click should be all it takes to paint in the berm.

Other Editing Modes

Mx Simulator Enduro Tracks

Raise
This mode raises the ground by 'strength' feet when you draw on it.
Lower
This mode lowers the ground by 'strength' feet when you draw on it.
Smooth
This mode blurs the ground by 'strength' feet when you draw on it.
Smudge
This mode blurs the ground by 'strength' feet in the direction youmove the mouse when you draw on it.
Snap
This mode snaps the ground to a lower level of detail depending on'strength'. You can use this mode to optimize a track's polygon count.
Gradient Linear Paint
This mode assigns the values from the gradient to the track as youdraw. They are assigned along the line the gradient was defined on.
Gradient Linear Add
This mode adds the values from the gradient to the track as youdraw. They are assigned along the line the gradient was defined on.
Gradient Radial Paint
This mode assigns the values from the gradient to the track as youdraw. They are assigned radially around the origin the gradient wasdefined on.
Gradient Radial Add
This mode adds the values from the gradient to the track as youdraw. They are assigned radially around the origin the gradient wasdefined on.
Gradient Placement
Places the gradient.
Gradient Edit
Edits the gradient.
Timing Gate
Places timing checkpoints.
Billboards
Places billboards.
Statues
Places statues.

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To be continued...

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