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  1. yeah, didn't thought they would do it. Will look into it and see if i can release the custom dlc liveries in an other way.
  2. RallyGamer

    DiRTy Gossip about DIRT 5

    Can't wait to race the VW Beetle Rallycross, Ford F150 Raptor Prerunner Deberti and the Ariel Nomad Tactical 🙂
  3. Hello @PJTierney, Maybe this is a solution. As you know we have now a tool so we can decrypt all dlc .nefs files so they are no longer protected. We were already able to decrypt the 'standard' .nefs files that came with the game. Codemasters actually gave us an option a while back so we could use custom made liveries for the non-dlc cars by adding an extra folder to the cars map in which we can put our custom made liveries. What if you do the same for the dlc .nefs files, in that case we can also use custom made liveries for those cars. If you also add a file checker, to lets say dirtrally2.exe, that when you edit a dlc or non dlc .nefs file your game will crash ( i think you can check the bit size of the files to see if somebody fiddled around with it). In that way you keep all your .nefs files save against pirating. For example if i change certain files in the non dlc .nefs files you are not happy with it and you let the game crash. So you already have a certain check system in place to do that. I think you now have the system in place to prevent cheating in the game so for example we cannot change engine settings and create a setting in which a certain car can go faster edited then the original one. This same system can also protect illegally use of edited dlc and non-dlc .nefs files if i am not mistaken. This system can then work together with the system that checks if you actually bought the dlc, i noticed that i actually have all the dlc in the game folder although i did not buy it. You only give me access to certain dlc files when i buy it but i do not have to download it at that very moment because it is already there, i just can't access it in the game. I also noticed that we can import DiRT4 3D models at the moment so if you apply the system i just mentioned you can actually prevent that also, your game will be actually more protected :-). You were also able to change some banners (the covid-19 banners) on some tracks to keep us home, so a few code lines should do the trick i think to add custom made liveries. Let us have this joy, we are home 24/7 due to the corona virus and we really would like to show off our liveries in this outstanding rally game and you might sell a few extra games because of it.
  4. RallyGamer

    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    Another teaser, updated Subaru S4 Rally driven by Colin McRae at the San Remo Rally in 1998.
  5. RallyGamer

    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    I noticed that my manual might not always work. When i was editing the Porsche and used the Evo X as a placeholder my manual didn't work and game crashed. When i used the Peugeot 208 as mentioned in the manual as a placeholder it worked without problems. So for some reason choosing the placeholder is important although not sure what the criteria are. Here is my new livery, made an update to the existing Porsche in the game.
  6. RallyGamer

    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    Not sure if it matters but i used the 0.4.0. nefs tool instead of the older or newer ones. I tested it again and also in the dirtfish free roam area but no problems found. The only thing i can think of you accidentally replaced to many files or accidentally replaced a file with another file that is not the same. I did not tested the mod online so not sure what happens there, mod only tested in time trial, free roam and custom.
  7. RallyGamer

    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    did you renamed the files from 206 to 20r that go into the 20r.nefs file ?
  8. RallyGamer

    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    !! Following is at your own risk so backup your files first !! Fore those (livery creators) who want to test their Peugeot 206 Rally livery with correct 3D model but without bumper deformation, tyres in road and incorrect interior etc., I did the following: First of all I used the Peugeot 208 T16 R5 as a placeholder for the Peugeot 206 Rally. I renamed and replaced the following files from the 206.nefs to the 20r.nefs file: - 206_highLOD.pssg (3D model of the car) - 206_AO.pssg (shadow under the car) - 206.nd2 (corrects the wheels although not perfectly at the front) If you also want the interior to be correct and all the camera angles then rename and replace the following files: - All files you can find in the interior map (corrects the interior, dummies, animation etc.) - cameras.xml (corrects camera internally and externally) The custom made Valentino Rossi livery i placed in the external car folder 20r. Enjoy, have fun, stay safe and at home
  9. RallyGamer

    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    Work in progress, btw no deformation on the front and no tyre problem sinking in the ground
  10. RallyGamer

    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    Peugeot 208 T16 R5 Team Vespas - Alexandre Camacho / Pedro Calado Rali do Faial 2017 You can download the livery here http://www.rallygamer.com/dirtrally2/liveries/page2.php
  11. RallyGamer

    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    Peugeot 205 GTI - Ben Godney You can download the livery here http://www.rallygamer.com/dirtrally2/liveries/page2.php
  12. RallyGamer

    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    For those who want to fiddle around with the dlc liveries, i updated my website. You can now find all cars from the base game and all dlc cars with the corresponding abbreviations. This way it is a bit easier to find the correct .nefs file in the DiRT Rally 2.0/cars folder that belongs to a full size car name that you can see in the car menu in the game. Scroll down to the Car File Names section http://www.rallygamer.com/dirtrally2/tools/texture-design-tools.php In case you need a tool or a tutorial for creating liveries yourself then the same page provides it for you. Have fun, be safe and stay home.
  13. RallyGamer

    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    Working on this beauty, dlc car Skoda Fabia Rally. For those who want to fiddle around themselfs. I renamed and copied some files from fab.nefs (dlc car) to fr2.nefs (non dlc car) so i could see the livery in the game. I renamed and copied: fab_highLOD.pssg and the livery_00 files. Renamed them from fab to fr2 and with the nefs 0.4.0 tool imported them into the fr2.nefs file. replaced the original fr2.nefs with the edited one in the model folder. In game go and choose the fr2 car and you will see your new 3D model and livery. Be aware that this is just for creating a livery so you can see it in the game, it is not meant for final use because then you need more files to rename and replace. Always backup your files before you fiddle around with them. I also have a link to the new nefs tool on my website in case you are looking for it, http://www.rallygamer.com/dirtrally2/tools/texture-design-tools.php
  14. RallyGamer

    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    Ford Fiesta OMSE Supercar Lites - DirtFish Rallyschool - Brad DeBerti You can download the custom DiRT Rally 2.0 livery here: http://www.rallygamer.com/dirtrally2/liveries/page1.php
  15. RallyGamer

    Share your Custom Liveries & Tools here.

    Vehicle: Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 Livery: Delporte/THX Racing Driver: Davy Vanneste (BE) Codriver: Kris D'alleine (BE) Rally: Rally van Wervik 2019 Class: R5 Installation manual can be found in the download. Livery can be downloaded here: http://www.rallygamer.com/dirtrally2/liveries/page1.php