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  • PLEASE REMEMBER TO SAY 'THANKS' THE FIRST POST IN THE SUPPORT TOPIC BY CLICKING ON THE 'THANKS' BUTTON. THIS IS ALWAYS APPRECIATED!

    The original tables backglass was a single fluorescent light that just illuminated the backglass translite. What I wanted to do with this VIDEO backglass was not possible with a b2s file (very fast flickering and flashing) without either a huge file size or the risk of slowing down the tables gameplay.

    That's why I opted to make a 1920x1080 HD VIDEO version that continuously loops, instead.

    I happened to come across an alternate backglass translite image - that I was able to recreate (and in my opinion, improve upon) with a collection images from the internet and some original elements drawn from scratch.

    Topper Images and Wheel Images are included as well.

    INCLUDED FILES:

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    GNR (Data East 1994) Alternate-Backglass-Video.mp4

    GNR (Data East 1994) Alternate-Wheel.png

    GNR-Topper 1 - 1280x390.png

    GNR-Topper 1 - 1280x540.png

    GNR-Topper 1 - 1280x720.png

    GNR-Topper 2 - 1280x390.png

    GNR-Topper 2 - 1280x540.png

    GNR-Topper 2 - 1280x720.png

    HOW TO USE VIA PINBALLX :

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    1.) Make sure you name / rename the VPX table a completely different name than any other version of the table you may have. So instead of naming the table Guns N Roses (Data East 1994).vpx - name the table GNR (Data East 1994).vpx. This will prevent VPX from trying to "match" the b2s file to the table when it loads. You should NOT rename any Guns N' Roses b2s to that file name. It should load without any backglass present because there is no backglass named that special name.

    2.) Load PinballX's game manager and select "Add New" table. Use the manager to add the GNR (Data East 1994) table as the table name. You can set the Description to whatever you want ... Using the pulldown menu, and select Backglass - and load the backglass .MP4 file. Load the other stuff if you want at this time, i.e.: Wheel Image, Topper, etc.

    3.) IMPORTANT: Directly under the Table name and Description for this table in PinballX, there is a row of check boxes. Make sure "Hide Backglass" is UNCHECKED. This will keep the backglass video running when load the table through PinballX and keep it on the screen looping while you are playing the table.

    4.) Load PinballX, scroll through to this particular table, and go ahead and load it ... and go PLAY pinball!

    That's it!

    Similar styled front ends can use "basically" the same process.

    - - - - - - - - -

    This project took considerable time ... so "thanks" or comments in the support topic would be greatly appreciated.

    PLEASE NOTE: I create these image, videos, tables and backglass files for fun and for the dedicated VPX pinball users on this and other forum. I DID NOT create this for you to download as SELL, MAKE MONEY OR PROFIT ON ... You have been warned!

    DO NOT include any of these files with other downloads or projects without asking / getting permission first.

    All Logos, Copyrights and Trademarks are property of their respective owners.

    PROVIDED STRICTLY FOR PERSONAL / HOME USE AND NOT FOR COMMERCIAL SALE / RE-SALE OR DISTRIBUTION!

    See Description.

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      HiRez00
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      @hirez00
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      PLEASE REMEMBER TO SAY 'THANKS' THE FIRST POST IN THE SUPPORT TOPIC BY CLICKING ON THE 'THANKS' BUTTON. THIS IS ALWAYS APPRECIATED!

      The original tables backglass was a single fluorescent light that just illuminated the backglass translite. What I wanted to do with this VIDEO backglass was not possible with a b2s file (very fast flickering and flashing) without either a huge file size or the risk of slowing down the tables gameplay.

      That's why I opted to make a 1920x1080 HD VIDEO version that continuously loops, instead.

      I happened to come across an alternate backglass translite image - that I was able to recreate (and in my opinion, improve upon) with a collection images from the internet and some original elements drawn from scratch.

      Topper Images and Wheel Images are included as well.

      INCLUDED FILES:

      - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

      GNR (Data East 1994) Alternate-Backglass-Video.mp4

      GNR (Data East 1994) Alternate-Wheel.png

      GNR-Topper 1 - 1280x390.png

      GNR-Topper 1 - 1280x540.png

      GNR-Topper 1 - 1280x720.png

      GNR-Topper 2 - 1280x390.png

      GNR-Topper 2 - 1280x540.png

      GNR-Topper 2 - 1280x720.png

      HOW TO USE VIA PINBALLX :

      - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

      1.) Make sure you name / rename the VPX table a completely different name than any other version of the table you may have. So instead of naming the table Guns N Roses (Data East 1994).vpx - name the table GNR (Data East 1994).vpx. This will prevent VPX from trying to "match" the b2s file to the table when it loads. You should NOT rename any Guns N' Roses b2s to that file name. It should load without any backglass present because there is no backglass named that special name.

      2.) Load PinballX's game manager and select "Add New" table. Use the manager to add the GNR (Data East 1994) table as the table name. You can set the Description to whatever you want ... Using the pulldown menu, and select Backglass - and load the backglass .MP4 file. Load the other stuff if you want at this time, i.e.: Wheel Image, Topper, etc.

      3.) IMPORTANT: Directly under the Table name and Description for this table in PinballX, there is a row of check boxes. Make sure "Hide Backglass" is UNCHECKED. This will keep the backglass video running when load the table through PinballX and keep it on the screen looping while you are playing the table.

      4.) Load PinballX, scroll through to this particular table, and go ahead and load it ... and go PLAY pinball!

      That's it!

      Similar styled front ends can use "basically" the same process.

      - - - - - - - - -

      This project took considerable time ... so "thanks" or comments in the support topic would be greatly appreciated.

      PLEASE NOTE: I create these image, videos, tables and backglass files for fun and for the dedicated VPX pinball users on this and other forum. I DID NOT create this for you to download as SELL, MAKE MONEY OR PROFIT ON ... You have been warned!

      DO NOT include any of these files with other downloads or projects without asking / getting permission first.

      All Logos, Copyrights and Trademarks are property of their respective owners.

      PROVIDED STRICTLY FOR PERSONAL / HOME USE AND NOT FOR COMMERCIAL SALE / RE-SALE OR DISTRIBUTION!

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      HiRez00
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      @hirez00
      Member

      GNR-Sample

      Scaled Backglass Sample GIF

      2 users thanked author for this post.
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