Soundless Mound: Demo Version [Update 11]

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Re: Soundless Mound: Demo Version [Update 9]

Post by Marisa the Magician »

Warp to 1344, 7776. You should see two windows with the texture.
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Re: Soundless Mound: Demo Version [Update 9]

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Thanks, it's working in the vintage build as expected, it requires render buffers.
However is it supposed to bleed upwards and thru the UI?
Do you know of any other mod using this feature?

Also i've ported this to the old legacy build (LZDoom) and it sorta works but gets screwed after a few seconds and i get coutinuous black bands like if the texture was ending (the old GL renderer uses the old shaders). No idea of what's going on.
I know you certainly have better and more important things to do than helping with any of "my ports". But hey at least now it won't give an error when trying to compile the shader so the mod runs. I don't know if i should revert this, can't fix it myself.
The merge looks good. I didn't try the usernameak version.
https://github.com/drfrag666/gzdoom/commits/g3.3mgw
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Re: Soundless Mound: Demo Version [Update 9]

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The effect works properly on the ceiling of the crash room (x=7500,y=9500). I guess it's pretty much the same shader, isn't it?
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Re: Soundless Mound: Demo Version [Update 9]

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it's exactly the same shader
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Re: Soundless Mound: Demo Version [Update 9]

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I see it's the bleedredtex shader but with a different direction and speed (the effect on the ceiling is slower).
The problem must be somewhere else, no idea of what's going on. Could you please post a link to update 8 to check?
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Re: Soundless Mound: Demo Version [Update 9]

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Unfortunately, I don't have old versions saved.

From what I'm seeing in the screenshot, the bleeding shader looks more or less like it did back in update 8, actually, where it depended on tone mapping to work because it needed floating point color (the effect works by doing some pretty harsh blending that often goes into negatives). The stretchiness at the bottom may be because you're missing graf's commit for making user shader textures have GL_REPEAT wrapping.
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Re: Soundless Mound: Demo Version [Update 9]

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Thanks, to me the shader looks the same in all versions on my shitty ati card. The effect looks right in the old version for less than a minute then patches are replaced by continuous bands. Where's that commit? I can't find it.
Edit: it's fixed. BTW old materials still work, i haven't tried the new syntax yet.
https://github.com/drfrag666/gzdoom/com ... acdbb07468
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Re: Soundless Mound: Demo Version [Update 9]

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Commented to keep this on my list of "mods I want to play if I have ever time again besides work"
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Re: Soundless Mound: Demo Version [Update 9]

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Fantastic mod, I eagerly await the next updates!
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Re: Soundless Mound: Demo Version [Update 9]

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I think my favorite part of this, at least technically, is the low resolution filter. It's spot on to the old school PC/PS1 look. I personally care for the film grain, but that's just when paired with the low res filter. I'm glad it's an option. Hope you get at least top 3 in the contest! ^-^
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Re: Soundless Mound: Demo Version [Update 9]

Post by Jekyll Grim Payne »

Did it in one sitting. As a huge SH nerd I'm blown away. Amazing work!
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Re: Soundless Mound: Demo Version [Update 9]

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Anyone got a mirror for the files? I wanna try this out but the download is down.
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Re: Soundless Mound: Demo Version [Update 9]

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Try again. I had to restart nginx.
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Re: Soundless Mound: Demo Version [Update 9]

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thanks!
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Re: Soundless Mound: Demo Version [Update 9]

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Could you show the script you used to open the doors? I have something similar, but I can't get the sound to work.

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