Need help with putting faces in game

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  1. drago453

    drago453 Veteran Veteran

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    So I'm trying to put my own face graphics into my game. However, it appears it's not as I thought. When I do, nothing shows up on the preview. Here's step by step what I do

    >Click home button thing on monitor (Very bottom left)

    >Go to documents

    >Find RPGVXAce

    >Click it

    >Find Leap of Faith

    >Click it

    >Go to Graphics

    >Open it

    >Go to Faces

    >Open it

    >Drag custom pictures from desktop to faces folder

    I didn't think it would be that simple, but I'm kind of stuck. Using RPGMAKER VX Ace. Thank you.

    Noelle.jpg

    Caleb.jpg
     
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  2. Espon

    Espon Lazy Creator Veteran

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    Are you trying to use them as facesets or just pictures?

    For face sets, a face must have the dimensions of 96x96 and you can have up to 4 across and 2 down (see RTP faces for examples).  Save the files as PNG then put them in the Faces folder.

    For pictures you don't have to change anything with the dimensions.

    Edit: Noticed your files are JPGs.  Change them to PNGs or Import them through the Resource Manager.
     
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    Does he not has to import them?

    Recourse manager and then import the faces png's to the destinated folder inside VX ace?
     
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    You don't have to import if they're already saved as PNG.  All the resource manager does is convert them into PNG, but it lacks the full alpha channel that paint programs normally have.
     
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  5. drago453

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    Sorry guys, something came up and I can't get into it yet. I'll let you know tomorrow how it turns out
     
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