It´s not the latest file of the NXE, please download the Version 3!!!!
This Editor mod for the AoM Expansion "The Titans" contains more than 170 additional or new features for the AoM Expansion Editor, altogether over 450 editor variations now.
This version is only for the use with the X-Pack, but do also works with AoM - except the Titans innovations.
The most important innovations are:
-- > SoundSet for unit animation
-- > Campaign Script Manager for creating a campaign
-- > Music gadget for playing the sound/music files
-- > Brush Type "Rectangular"
-- > View Postgame in the editor
-- > New Editor Help with important Console Commands
and many more
=> Cover terrain with water, all waterbodies selectable
=> Triggers can be saved and copied
=> Camera Tracks can be saved and loaded
=> Names of the Animations, Portraits and Gadgets callably
=> Load a Save Game into the Editor
=> Place Objects: larger Object Picture, Object Names better legible
=> Set Camera Cut and Show the cut, altogether 12 cuts saveable!
=> Pitch Editor for quick jump to another Pitch
=> Save the Lighting you set, also in color - for use in your own scenarios!
=> Saving the copied terrain (terrain buffer save and load)
=> Open the Console for commands input (like that it is possible to enter own lighting colors)
=> Editor Timer,
=> Villager stats are shown ingame
and many, many things more.
-Naturally are present all possibilities of the last AoM versions.
-Including the SoundSet Addon
-Without online errors, if the additional anim.txt files are removed from the anim folder.
-Detailed list of contents in the "New Editor" subfolder of AoM.
-Easy installer and uninstaller
Note and recommendation: do also install the SomeNewXTriggers 2!
Special thanks at startrekman1of9 for the assistance with providing the Help files.
Note: the sound files coming with the Villager´s Pray (Wolooloo and Ajojojo) can be removed with removing the file "villagerGreek_anim.txt" from the anim folder. The original ones will work again.
The perfect Gift for Christmas. Eventhough i don't celebrate it. Thanx!!!!
[Edited on 12/24/03 @ 07:46 PM]
Posted on 12/26/03 @ 05:30 AM
Perfect, as usual
[Edited on 12/26/03 @ 05:30 AM]
Posted on 12/29/03 @ 12:34 PM
This utility package has so many new features and helpfull tools that it's like you bought a second editor.Very helpfull and saves you tons of time.Thanks.
I only found one minor flaw.The recorded games that i had downloaded BEFORE installing the new x editor got messed up after the installation.I think it has something to do with the sound/animation utility,since in example the goats sound like Ajax when a vil tries to kill them.I found it so minor that i didn't bother to check it thorougly though.
Posted on 12/29/03 @ 06:25 PM
I downloaded this file and installed it. After that all of my Greek villagers made funky sounds when they were building and different funky sounds when they were praying. I ended up reinstalling my AOM and my Titans Expansion... Anyone have any ideas as to what went wrong?
Posted on 12/30/03 @ 11:16 AM
That is because of the revised villager anim text file and other text files put in the anim folder by the New X Editor.
If you want the original sounds then move all the text files in the anim folder to the "anim/mod" folder.
When ever you want the special sounds back just bring them back to the anim folder.
You could also use the soundset feature in the Editor to change the sounds back or to what ever you want them to be.
I hope this helps.
[Edited on 12/30/03 @ 03:04 PM]
Posted on 12/30/03 @ 04:36 PM
I moved the text files to the mod folder and now the crazy sounds are gone :)
Posted on 01/05/04 @ 10:47 AM
Hey Reyk, there is a beautiful "Play music" tool (very good nonetheless), but I would appreciate a "SoundCinematic" more...
reyk File Author
Posted on 01/06/04 @ 05:18 AM
One can hear the sounds from sounds.bar in the Animation Viewer SoundSet gadget.
Posted on 01/06/04 @ 01:13 PM
Is this the newest version of new editor for the X-Pack? I really want it but I really get confused about these things.
Posted on 01/11/04 @ 10:22 AM
Only one word that sums up this utility properly...FANTASTIC!...Isengrim