P3D File Format - ODOLV4x

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This body of work is due to Synide's sweat and tears. To whom, all honour and glory. Ably assisted by T_D and Mikero that further detailed the data and gave this article a more general and correct structure.


The general format of an ArmA ODOLV4x p3d model is similar to the ODOLV7 format. The major differences are that ArmA models have

  • an optional model.cfg, and
  • Lods occur in the file from highest to lowest LodType value.


see Generic FileFormat Data Types

Relative Coordinates

All coordinates are relative to ModelInfo.CentreOfGravity

File Paths

The PrefixRoot\ folder.

Life for modellers would be far less tedious if filenames could also be relative to the p3d they are encountered in. Altering or moving or renaming the pbo (and specifically it is prefix) would not alter the relative location of the paa's it contains.

BI choose to use hard-wired Pbo-Prefix-addressing ONLY.

All hardwired addressing is relative to a built-in-situ (ie virtual) PrefixRoot\ folder

Each and every pbo in Arma contains a unique identity name, a prefix. Irrespective of the name of the pbo, the prefixname is THE name of the pbo from the perspective of the engine. In most cases, the prefixname is, conveniently, the filename. One huge advantage of this mechanism, sorely sorely missed in OFP. is that self-documenting increasing revisions of an addonV123.pbo can be supplied to Arma, with no changes to the mission sqms and other pbos that refer to it.

The PrefixRoot\ folder contains the prefix names of all pbos encountered (almost) ANYWHERE.

Thus the pbos in the Official Addons folder, the Oem Mods\Addons folder(s), the Dta core and bin pbo's, are all examined for their unique prefix names. These prefix names become the dictionary index of where the pbo really is, AND, what filename it actually is.

Thus all filename references in a p3d, *unconditionally* contain a prefixname\someFile\SomeWhere.

In most cases they refer to the very same pbo as the containing p3d and a great pity that the extraneous information could not have been removed by (optional) relative addressing as it requires a great deal of fiddling about when modifying models.

Note also that there is some inconsistency in filename paths. Most do not have a leading \. Some, require it. Both are indeed \hardwired

An Example:

P3dProxyName ="\ca\a10\agm65";

The immediate (and unfortunate) impression is that there is an A10 folder inside the official CA.pbo addon. In fact, the prefix of the A10.pbo = "ca\A10". Thus this reference is to the A10.pbo within which, is a agm65.p3d in it is root folder. (and again, this reference is in fact an extraneous reference to itself since the referring p3d (A10.p3d) is in the same pbo)


This Document covers ODOL versions:

V40 (Armed Assault)

  • Original Armed Assault binarised p3d


ModelInfo now has a 24 byte thermal profile appended

V43 (Arma2a)

  • As per VBS2 plus
  • An extra byte at end of Skeleton structure: always 0
  • LZSS compression is still used at this level

V47 (Arma2b LZO)

As per V43 plus:

  • all compressed blocks are LZO compressed
  • CompressedMinMax block is now nMinMax*8 in size
  • CompressedNormals block is now nNormals*4 in size
  • LodFrame has 4 extra floats
  • UVSet structure changed to:
	float	uvScaling[4];
	ulong	nVertices;
	tbool	DefaultFill;
	if (DefaultFill)
	float	UV;				// default fill for all nVertices
	float	UV[nVertices];	// potentially compressed

V48 (Arma2c)

As per V47 plus:

Arma2c format is the mainstay of Arma2. Types 43 and 47 are rarely encountered being works-in-progress in the initial release.

V49 (Arrowhead)

As per V48. No known differences apart from version number

V50 (Arrowhead DLC)

Introduced in PMC and BAF DLC

  • additional count after usedbones

lodPointFlags swapped around

V52 (TOH)

intoduced in patch to BAF DLC, used mostly in TOH

  • additional float after usedbones in each lod
  • ModelInfo.PixelShaders additional 24 bytes
  • LODFaceDefaults additional count and float
  • LodStageTextures additional bool for type 11's

V56 (Arma 3)

same as V52 Plus:

  • thermal profile split into two chunks (same overall size as v52)
  • unknown byte indices increased from 12 to 14
  • animation class always four floats
  • physx data added at end of file

V58 (Arma 3)

  • prefix added to header
  • default indicators added at end of headerinfo

V59 (Arma 3)

  • no genuine changes simply an alteration of the type value from 32 to 64 bits

V60 (Arma 3)

  • alteration to the physx data at end of file

V64 (Arma 3)

  • Compressed sections no longer follow the 1024 byte rule, they now have a byte field for compressed or not

V67 (Arma 3)

  • LOD sections have an added 4 bytes and optional CollimatorInfo structure
  • LOD struct has additional 4 bytes at the end and optional CollimatorInfo structure

V68 (Arma 3)

  • LOD struct has an additional byte at the end

File Format

See P3D Model Info.

	StandardP3DHeader Header;
	ModelInfo		P3DModelInfo;
	Animations		Animations;
	ulong			StartAddressOfLods[Header.NoOfLods]; // offset relative to start of file.
	ulong			EndAddressOfLods  [Header.NoOfLods];
	LODFaceDefaults	LODFaceDefaults;
	ODOLv40Lod		ODOLv40Lods[Header.NoOfLods];
	if (any arma3 type) 
		long		Always0;
		A3_Physx	A3_Physx[...]; // optional if not v60
} // EndOfFile



common header structure for all P3D file formats

	char[4]	Filetype;		// "ODOL"
	ulong	Version;		// 40
	if TYPE58 (arma3)
		Asciiz	P3dPrefix;	// \a3\data_f\proxies\muzzle_flash\muzzle_flash_rifle_mk20
	ulong	NoOfLods;		// alias NoOfResolutions;

An optional prefix declaring the actual location of the p3d was introduced for arma3 (2nd version). Idiotically, it means the p3d cannot be moved out of it is current pbo.

The prefix is optional in the sense that it may be null. ("\0")


	tbool	AnimsExist;
	if (AnimsExist)
		ulong			nAnimationClasses; // eg NoOfAnimSelections;
		AnimationClass	AnimationClasses[nAnimationClasses];

		long		NoOfResolutions; // is -1 if nAnimationClasses == 0
		Bones2Anims	Bones2Anims[NoOfResolutions];
		Anims2Bones	Anims2Bones[NoOfResolutions];
		// For every bone there is a list of Animations for each resolution
		// And, a reversed table of every Animation gets a Bone.
		// The reversed table optionally appends axis info dependent on the AnimTransformType


		ulong	AnimTransformType;
		asciiz	AnimClassName;	// "RightDoor"
		asciiz	AnimSource;		// "rotor"
		float	MinMaxValue[2];
		float	MinMaxPhase[2];
		ulong	junk; // used to be sourceAddress, no longer, always 953267991
			ulong	Always0;		// no idea what this is used for
			ulong	sourceAddress;	// this is the actual source address, 0 = clamp, 1 = mirror, 2 = loop

		case 0://rotaton
		case 1://rotationX
		case 2://rotationY
		case 3://rotationZ
			float angle0;
			float angle1;
		case 4://translation
		case 5://translationX
		case 6://translationY
		case 7://translationZ
			float offset0;
			float offset1;
		case 8: //"direct"
			float axisPos[3];
			float axisDir[3];
			float angle; //in radians whereas the model.cfg entry is in degrees
			float axisOffset;
		case 9: //"hide"
			float hideValue;

// corresponds to model.cfg
class CfgModels
	// ...

	class whateverModel : Default
	 // ...
	 class Animations
		class RightDoor // AnimClassName
			type = "translation";	// AnimTransformType
			source = "rotor";		// AnimSource
			// etc


 ulong        NoOfBones;
 Bone2AnimClassList   Bone2AnimClassLists[NoOfBones];


 ulong NoOfAnimClasses;
 ulong AnimationClassIndex[NoOfAnimClasses]; // a (sometimes repeating) list of zero based indexes into above animation classes


 AnimBones AnimBones[Animations.nAnimationClasses];


every lod contains an identical list of animation entries that declare the position and axis of the each animation classes

 long SkeletonBoneNameIndex; // zero based index to the SkeletonBoneName name & parentname
 // equivalent to selection = "LeftDoor"; eg in the model.cfg
 ** SkeletonBoneNameIndex== -1 when no skeleton bone is for this Anim and (obviously?) no axis information follows.
 if (SkeletonBoneNameIndex!= -1) && (AnimationClass.AnimTransformType != 8 || 9)
 ** AnimationClass.AnimTransformType 8 (direct) and 9 (hide) never require axis information. 
 ** This because the "direct" (type 8) already has axis info in it is AnimationClass structure, 
 ** and "hidden" (type 9) clearly doesn't need it.
    XYZTriplet axisPos; //describes the position of the axis used for this anim
    XYZTriplet axisDir;


 tbool             UseDefault[Header.NoOfLods];
  ulong   HeaderFaceCount;
  ulong   aDefaultLong;     //ffffffff or 6f 7a 80 fa eg
  byte    UnknownByte;      //generally zero
  byte    aFlag;            // zero or one
  bytes   Zeroes[7];
  ======if v52 =========
  ulong   AnotherCount;
  float   AnotherFloat;
 }[Number of false UseDefault's];

A face data struct only exists for those lods who's UseDefault is zero


  • Lod layout corresponds to Arma1 (type40). The differences in a2 are in the nitty gritty of the structures themselves. Arrowhead(v50) has some changes.
  • TrueArma2 == type 47 or greater (lzo compression)
  • Type 43 was a preliminary p3d prior to lzo compression. rarely encountered
   ulong                         nProxies;
   LodProxy                      LodProxies[nProxies];              // see P3D Lod Proxies
   ulong                         nLodItems;
   ulong                         LodItems[nLodItems];               // potentially compressed, except for v64 and later
   ulong                         nBoneLinks;
   LodBoneLink                   LodBoneLinks[nBoneLinks];
 =========if v5x==========
   ulong                         LodPointCount;
     if v52
   float                         UnknownV52Float;
   LodPointFlags                 LodPointFlags;                     // Potentially compressed
   float                         UnknownFloat1;
   float                         UnknownFloat2;
   XYZTriplet                    MinPos;
   XYZTriplet                    MaxPos;
   XYZTriplet                    AutoCenterPos;
   float                         Sphere;                            // same as geo or mem values in modelinfo, if this lod is geo or memlod of course
   ulong                         NoOfTextures;
   asciiz                        LodPaaTextureNames[NoOfTextures];  //"ca\characters\hhl\hhl_01_co.paa"
   ulong                         NoOfMaterials;
   LodMaterial                   LodMaterials[NoOfMaterials];
   LodEdges                      LodEdges;                          // compressed see P3D Lod Edges
   ulong                         NoOfFaces;
   ulong                         OffsetToSectionsStruct;            // see below
   ushort                        AlwaysZero;
   LodFace                       LodFace[NoOfFaces];                // see P3D Lod Faces
   ulong                         nSections;
   LodSection                    LodSections[nSections];            // see P3D Lod Sections
   ulong                         nNamedSelections;
   LodNamedSelection             LodNamedSelections[nNamedSelections]; //See P3D Named Selections potentially compressed
   ulong                         nTokens;
   NamedProperty                 NamedProperties[nTokens];          //See Named Properties
   ulong                         nFrames;
   LodFrame                      LodFrames[nFrames];                //see P3D Lod Frames
   ulong                         IconColor;
   ulong                         SelectedColor;
   ulong                         special; // IsAlpha|IsTransparent|IsAnimated|OnSurface
   byte                          vertexBoneRefIsSimple;
   ulong                         sizeOfVertexTable;                 //(including these 4 bytes)
   if (v5x)
   LodPointFlags                 LodPointFlags;                     // Potentially compressed
   VertexTable                   VertexTable;
=== V65 ===
    ulong   UnknownLongValue1
    if UnknownLongValue1
        CollimatorInfo   unknown //Vec3,Vec3,ulong,vec3,ulong
=== V68 ===
   byte unknown;


all arrays are subject to compression

   UvSet                         DefaultUVset;
   ulong                         nUVs;                              //in error, V47 sometimes sets nUV's as 0 but means 1
   UvSet                         UVSets[nUVs-1];
   ulong                         NoOfPoints;
   XYZTriplet                    LodPoints[NoOfPoints];
   ulong                         nNormals;
   (A2)LodNormals                LodNormals[nNormals];
   ulong                         nMinMax;
   (A2)LodMinMax                 MinMax[nMinMax];                   //optional
   ulong                         nProperties;
   VertProperty                  VertProperties[nProperties];       //optional related to skeleton
   ulong                         Count;
   VertexNeighborInfo            neighborBoneRef[Count];          //optional

  • All non zero counts counts are the same.
  • Points,PointFlags, Normals and UV1 arrays are an integral group, they are either all there, or not specified (RacetK.p3d, a FrameTime lod has no counts at all)
  • UV2,MinMax, VertProperties and Unknown are optional in the sense that their counts can individually be zero, else they are the same as the others
  • In Odol7 PointFlags are part of this stucture, in Arma, they are a separated table.

CompressedFill Arrays

LodPointFlags, LodUV's and LodNormals arrays are not only subject to the standard 1024 rule compression, but also have a fill byte.

 ulong                         Count;
 tbool                         DefaultFill;
 if (DefaultFill)
  type                         Array;          // default fill for all Counts
  type                         Array[Count];   // potentially compressed

The structure either contains a single set of type variables, or, an array of type variables. If a full array is declared (DefaultFill =false) then that array is subject to the 1024 rule as per normal.


if TrueARMA2
   float                         UVScale[4];
   (A2)LodUV                     LodUV;


CompressedFill type = UVPair // eg float U,V;


CompressedFill type = float // eg float UV;


 CompressedFill type = XYZTriplet


 CompressedFill type = CompressedXYZTriplet

contains 3 x 10 bit fields in a 32bit 'integer'

code for converting back to a standard XYZTriplet is:

void DecodeXYZ(ulong CompressedXYZ, XYZTriplet *triplet)
   double scaleFactor = -1.0 /511;
   int x=   CompressedXYZ       & 0x3FF;
   int y = (CompressedXYZ>> 10) & 0x3FF;
   int z = (CompressedXYZ>> 20) & 0x3FF;
   if (x > 511) x -= 1024;
   if (y > 511) y -= 1024;
   if (z > 511) z -= 1024;
   if (x) trp->X = (float)(x * scaleFactor);
   if (y) trp->Y = (float)(y * scaleFactor);
   if (x) trp->Z = (float)(z * scaleFactor);


CompressedFill type = ulong bits

This table is the equivalent of Oxygen's points->properties dialog box. It specifically stores the user values and other flags for that point.

In ODOl7 it was part of the vertex table. In Arma, it is separate.

See P3D Point and Face Flags


 XYZTriplet     MinMax[Count][2]; // 2 == min vs max


 float         MinMax[Count][2]; // 2 == min vs max


 ulong  index;// seen range 0..4
 ulong  a,b; // definite not floats. might be flags, or indices


 ushort  vertexIndex _posA;
 AnimationRTWeight _rtwA;
 ushort  vertexIndex _posB;
 AnimationRTWeight _rtwB;


  ulong NoOfLinks;         //range 0..3
  ulong Value[NoOfLinks];  //the 'Value' seems to reference the 'LodItems' structure, resulting in a circular-reference.


Basically... A direct replication of the information in the given .rvmat file

The stages in the p3d include a default stage and a TI stage that are not normally listed in the rvmat.

The first stage (in the p3d) is unconditionally the default stage. It is defaulted to empty (RvMatName=""), unless, specified in the rvmat
The last stage is the TI stage, and is also defaulted empty, unless specified in the rvmat.
TI Stages were introduced for operation arrowhead. Lod Material Types 9 and 10 (Arma1 and Arma2) do not have a TI stage at all.

Neither of these two special, hidden, stage types use uvsets. The transform matrix for them is defaulted empty (so-called 'TexGen0').

When specified in the rvmat (class Stage0 and StageTI respectively), no class uvTransform is declared for them. It is assumed default empty.

In an rvmat, uvTransforms are ordinarily declared within each stage body.

In a P3D, identical UVTransforms are declared once, and multiple 'stages' refer to them. There is, always, a default UVSet0 Transform as the 1st entry. (IE some stages dont require uvsets)

This P3D style can, if preferred, be used in rvmat syntax as

class TexGenX
class StageZ

where X and Z are numbers

   asciiz            RvMatName;     // "ca\characters\data\soldier_captive_hhl.rvmat"
   ulong             Type;          // 9 == Arma, 10==VBS2,11==Arrowhead
   D3DCOLORVALUE     Emissive;
   D3DCOLORVALUE     Ambient;
   D3DCOLORVALUE     Diffuse;
   D3DCOLORVALUE     forcedDiffuse;
   D3DCOLORVALUE     Specular;
   D3DCOLORVALUE     Specular2;       //Usually same as Specular
   float             SpecularPower;
   ulong             PixelShaderId;   //See enumPixelShaderId
   ulong             VertexShaderId;  //See enumVertexShaderId
   LongBool          Arma1UnKnownBool;//A2 deprecated, always 1
                                      //A1 mostly 1 otherwise 0
   ulong             Arma1AnIndex;    //A2 deprecated, always 1
                                      //A1 0,1 or 2
   asciiz            BiSurfaceName;   // "ca\data\Penetration\plastic.bisurf"
   LongBool          Arma1Mostly0x01; //A2 deprecated, always 1
                                      //A1 rarely zero
   ulong             RenderFlags;     //Generally 0
   ulong             nTextures;
   ulong             nTransforms;     // always same as nTextures
   LodStageTexture   StageTextures  [nTextures];
   LodStageTransform StageTransforms[nTransforms];
   if type>=10//vbs2/arma2
    LodStageTexture   DummyStageTexture;// see special, additional byte for THIS stagetexture
Each lodmaterial entry contains a default StageTexture and StageTransform as the first entry. It is not shown in the rvmat file and has no PaaTexture
It is the only entry if a SurfaceName exists.

A3_Physics Type1 (optional)

   A3_stanza A3_stanzas[...]; // optional
   float  aFloat;
  • The type1 structure may not be present at all, or, only contain the single ending float

A3 stanza

  long   Xcount,Ycount,Zcount;
  float  floats[4];
  long   minCount; //Always2;
  long   maxCount; //Always4;
  float  frames[Xcount*Ycount*Zcount][5];

A header with no frames is legal, it is XYZcounts (and floats[4]) are zero.

A 'stanza' consists of 5 float values. The amount of stanzas (if any) are determined by the 3 counts.

The range of each count value varies between 2,3 and 4.

A3 Physx type60

Introduced for format 60

 long      signature; // 0x03020400
 long      nStanzas;
 stanza60  stanza60s[nStanzas];
 long      signature; // same as above
 long      nStanzas2;
 stanza60  stanza60s2[nStanzas2];


  {// 1st stanza
  long    signature;//0x03020400
  long    size;
  bytes   phsyx_data[size];
  {// 2nd stanza
  long    signature;// as above
  long    size;
  bytes   phsyx_data2[size];
  • the signatures and sizes are NOT optional. the data is
      byte id[8]; // 'NXS.CVXM'
      long Always13;
      long Always0;
      byte id[8]; // 'ICE.CLHL'
      long Always6;
      byte id[8]; // always 'ICE.CVHL'
      long Always6;
    long nTriplets;
    long count;
    long nFrames;
    long 2xcount;  // always dbl 'count'
  tripletXYZ triplets[nTriplets];
  short 00;
    float floats[4];
    long  value;
  byte  index[variable length];
  //25x4 byte ending sequence
  float generally_zero;
  float f;
  long  value;
  float floats[7];
  long  value2;
  float floats[14];
  • the amount of index bytes can be determined by end of frame data to the start of the fixed 25x4 offset at end of lod


  float r,g,b,a;
  • Bit0:AlwaysInShadow (A1 only)
  • Bit1:NoZWrite
  • Bit4:NoColorWrite
  • Bit5:NoAlphaWrite
  • Bit6:AddBlend
  • Bit7:AlphaTest (clutter)
  • Bit8:AlphaTest64 (clutter)
  • Bit19:Road (a1only)
  • Bit11:NoTiWrite
 ulong  TextureFilter; // see below
 asciiz PaaTexture;    // "ca\characters\data\civil_tvreport_body_as.paa
                       // alternatively "#(argb,8,8,3)color(0,0,0,1,CO)" (eg)
 ulong  TransformIndex;       // zero based, see below
if =======Type11 AND V52 OR Type11 AND last(dummy) stage Texture ===================
 byte   V52Type11bool;   // only for arrowhead/pmc . and only for material types 11
The first stageTexture is a dummy entry. For N humanly readable stage classes, there are 1+N LodStageTextures
Later p3d formats (VBS2, Operation Arrowhead) append an additional classTI LodStageTexture. if not present or declared in the rvmat file, it is a dummy entry. The rvmat gui editor from BisTools is not able to display this.
The TransformIndex is generally iterative (linear sequential). 1st entry is 0, 2nd 1, 3rd 2, etc. It refers to the nTH Transform Matrix
TextureFilter maybe 1 of the following values.
  • 0: Point // sometimes
  • 1: Linear // rarely
  • 2: TriLinear // not seen
  • 3: Anisotropic (default)
   ulong UVSource;
   float Transform[4][3];//a DirectX texture space transform matrix
UVSource corresponds to the 8 possible uvsets available
  • 0 "None"
  • 1 "Tex" default
  • 2: "Tex2"
  • ........
  • 8:"Tex8"
  • Tex1..8 cannot be taken literally as uvsource 1..8. They can mean anything, according to the template and are scarcely encountered


    Asciiz Property;// "noshadow" = "1" eg
    Asciiz Value;


see Compressed LZSS File Format

see Compressed LZO File Format

In ODOL v40 and v43 format files, some of the data structures present in the file are compressed by using LZSS compression. ODOL v47 and v48 use LZO compression. This is represented as

Unlike pbo compression, in ArmA model files, one only knows the number of items to decompress, the expected output size (in bytes) and the expected checksum. With this information and the size of a given data item one has the necessary information to expand the data to it is original format and size.

Note:- Data structures that are identified as being compressible will only be compressed if the 'expectedSize' is >= 1024 bytes.

V64+ v64 implements a new flag for all compressed blobs. They no longer follow the 1024 byte rule. All possibly compressed arrays are now:

ulong elementCount byte compressed

   0 - not compressed
   2 - compressed

byte data[elementCount]

As an example if one was expanding the array of vertices positions...

  • A vertex is described by it is x,y,z coordinates which are floats. A float is a 32bit (4 byte) number.
  • If we were processing 1968 vertices then our expected output size would be 1968 * (3 * 4) = 23,616 bytes.

This 'expectedSize' is the only necessary information one would need to pass to a processing sub-routine or function.

Reference Tables

Material Stages

The number of material stages is dependant on the type of Shader that is used to process the material by the ArmA game engine. A reference table is used when processing materials where depending on the shader specified the given number of stages should be processed.

refShaderStages { int PixelShaderId; int NoOfStages; };

ID (Hex/Decimal) Name Description NoOfStages
0x00, 0 Normal diffuse color modulate, alpha replicate 0
0x01, 1 NormalDXTA diffuse color modulate, alpha replicate, DXT alpha correction 0
0x02, 2 NormalMap normal map shader 3
0x03, 3 NormalMapThrough normal map shader - through lighting 3
0x04, 4 NormalMapSpecularDIMap VBS2 only 2
0x05, 5 NormalMapDiffuse ? 2
0x06, 6 Detail ? 1
0x07, 7 ? ? ?
0x08, 8 Water A1 only sea water 2
0x09, 9 ? vbs2 ?
0x0A, 10 White A1 only 0
0x0B, 11 ? vbs2 ?
0x0C, 12 AlphaShadow shadow alpha write 0
0x0D, 13 AlphaNoShadow shadow alpha (no shadow) write 0
0x0E, 14 ? vbs2 ?
0x0F, 15 DetailMacroAS ? 3
0x10, 16 ? vbs2 ?
0x11, 17 ? vbs2 ?
0x12, 18 NormalMapSpecularMap ? 2
0x13, 19 NormalMapDetailSpecularMap Similar to NormalMapDiffuse 3
0x14, 20 NormalMapMacroASSpecularMap ? 4
0x15, 21 NormalMapDetailMacroASSpecularMap ? 5
0x16, 22 NormalMapSpecularDIMap Same as NormalMapSpecularMap, but uses _SMDI texture 2
0x17, 23 NormalMapDetailSpecularDIMap ? 3
0x18, 24 NormalMapMacroASSpecularDIMap ? 4
0x19, 25 NormalMapDetailMacroASSpecularDIMap ? 5
0x38, 56 Glass ? 2
0x3A, 58 NormalMapSpecularThrough ? 3
0x3B, 59 Grass Special shader to allow volumetric shadows to be cast on grass clutter 0
0x3C, 60 NormalMapThroughSimple ? 0
0xxx, 102 Super Arrowhead 0
0xxx, 103 Multi Arrowhead 0
0xxx, 107 Tree Arrowhead 0
0xxx, 110 Skin Arrowhead 0
0x6F, 111 CalmWater Arrowhead 7
0xxx, 114 TreeAdv Arrowhead 0
0xxx, 116 TreeAdvTrunk Arrowhead 0


int enum VertexShaderId { case 0: return "Basic"; case 1: return "NormalMap"; case 2: return "NormalMapDiffuse"; case 3: return "Grass"; case 8: return "Water"; case 11: return "NormalMapThrough"; case 15: return "NormalMapAS"; case 14: return "BasicAS"; case 17: return "Glass"; case 18: return "NormalMapSpecularThrough"; case 19: return "NormalMapThroughNoFade"; case 20: return "NormalMapSpecularThroughNoFade"; case 23: return "Super"; case 24: return "Multi"; case 25: return "Tree"; case 30: return "CalmWater"; case 26: return "TreeNoFade"; case 29: return "Skin"; case 31: return "TreeAdv"; case 32: return "TreeAdvTrunk"; }


Article Author - Sy (Synide) -- Sy 17:16, 11 August 2007 (CEST)

Original ODOLv40 Article detailed by Bxbx (Biki'd by Mikero)