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  • #56772
     diemonik 
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    I started VPX convertion of GTXJoe Transformers … I will add file tomorrow so please add a bit of love … lol , The Goal its to replica the image…thanks

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    #56773
     ozg 
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    I started VPX convertion of GTXJoe Transformers … I will add file tomorrow so please add a bit of love … lol

    Nice

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    #56777
     diemonik 
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    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3FJmB_SCUOOTU9iZUJoV3M4LTQ

    #56779
     TNT2 
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    :yahoo:

    #56780
     Jesperpark 
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    Looking  good already  :good:

    #56783
     Ginsonic 
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    Looking more than good  :heart:

    #56784
     senseless 
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    Yeah :). Time to kick Megatrons butt! Thanks!

    #56786
     STAT 
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    YES … :good:  … and maybe “Mystery Castle” too (? but this is already awesome PM5) :bye:

    #56789
     Neofr45 
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    :yahoo: :yahoo: thanks diemonik I’ll see what I can do to help you :good:

    #56793
     arconovum 
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    nice diemonik was hoping someone would do transformers.. my 6 year old will be very happy.. :good:

    #56795
     Sliderpoint 
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    Since you are very early on in the process now is the time to make sure that the table dimensions are correct. 1000×2000 is not correct  (for anything…)

    -Mike

    #56797
     arconovum 
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    Cabinet advertised as 55 inches long, 27 inches wide, and 75 1/2 inches high;

    means 47*55 = 2585 vp units  and 47*27 = 1269 vp units…

     

    2000×1000 ratio = 2.0 vs.  2585×1269 ratio = 2.03703703

    not much of a difference if you ask me…

     

    Now just out of curiosity who as an author here models to 3/100 (three one hundreds accuracy) ? just to give a idea of what that means , open up vpinball and CTRL + left mouse click twelve time(12) 12x zoom, you will be able to move with the arrow keys a point of object ~3/100  every key hit..

     

    #56800
     freneticamnesic 
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    I hate to say it but… the difference between 2000 and 2585 is almost 12 ball lengths.

    #56801
     arconovum 
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    @fren yeah but its all scalable right? , what I mean is everything as long as a ratio is respected everything should work, if the table is 2×1 units (exaggeration to make a point) and 2000×1000 is the same , ball is smaller , flipper is smaller.. etc… but in the end it’s all the same.

    #56802
     Sliderpoint 
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    Cabinet advertised as 55 inches long, 27 inches wide, and 75 1/2 inches high; means 47*55 = 2585 vp units and 47*27 = 1269 vp units… 2000×1000 ratio = 2.0 vs. 2585×1269 ratio = 2.03703703 not much of a difference if you ask me… Now just out of curiosity who as an author here models to 3/100 (three one hundreds accuracy) ? just to give a idea of what that means , open up vpinball and CTRL + left mouse click twelve time(12) 12x zoom, you will be able to move with the arrow keys a point of object ~3/100 every key hit..

    First, I enter sizes down that small, because cumulatively across all items it makes a noticeable difference.  The problem with your thoughts are that you are mistaking the dimension to be the cabinet.  They are intended to be the size of the PLAYFIELD. which is 25.25×45

    Using a more accurate 47.06 units to 1.  that is 952.965 x 2117.7  If you want to round that it should be 953×2118.   That is a an entire inch difference one direction and over two inches the other direction.  Trust me when trying to tune physics on a table to be accurate, the size makes a huge difference.

    -Mike

    #56804
     arconovum 
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    thanks for the input slider.. yes physical and physics two different games.. edit:and yes playfield vs cabinet makes a difference.

    #56808
     HauntFreaks 
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     Using a more accurate 47.06 units to 1.  

    God damn I was just trying to remember this the other day …… so my tiny brain doesnt explode what VP units to 1mm

    its it   0.5397 to 1mm??

    #56814
     Sliderpoint 
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    Using a more accurate 47.06 units to 1.

    God damn I was just trying to remember this the other day …… so my tiny brain doesnt explode what VP units to 1mm its it 0.5397 to 1mm??

    BorgDog goes even farther than that.  oh and it’s .53975  …  LOL

    #56815
     freneticamnesic 
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    Well if a VP ball is 50 units and a standard size pinball is 1 1/16″ then 50 units = 26.9875mm and 1 VP unit = 0.53975mm

    damnit the math adds up

    #56818
     DOCPINBALL 
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    If you need help with photoshop stuff, just say the word!

     

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