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Thread: Having full resolution during cutscenes & dialogscenes
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posted June 23, 2009 01:47 PM

Having full resolution during cutscenes & dialogscenes

I found the way (I don't know if somebody's already made it :s) to delete these awful black columns at right and left of the screen during the dialog scenes and the cutscenes for large screens.
The files to edit are :
data.pak\UI\CutsceneScreen.(WindowScreenShared).xdb
data.pak\UI\DialogueScreen.(WindowScreenShared).xdb

Edit these lines :
Line 15 : Replace <x>0</x> by <x>-512</x>
NB : I put "-512" because my resolution is 2048*1152. Then, it is 1024 more pixels of width than the original screen with black columns. 1024/2 = 512. You must make the interface going to the left of the screen, that's why there is a negative value.
For example, if your resolution is 1600*1200, you'll replace <x>0</x> by <x>-288</x> ('cause 1600-1024 = 576 ; 576/2 = 288 ; negative value to make going the interface to the left).

Line 30 : Replace <x>1024</x> by <x>YOUR_RESOLUTION_WIDTH</x>

Line 31 : Replace <y>1024</y> by <y>YOUR_RESOLUTION_HEIGHT</y>


=> Make the same manipulations for the DialogueScreen file (change the same parameters with the same values).
And there you are
And to enjoy a max your video experience, use the CTRL+I key combination to mask entirely the interface and only see the beautiful Cut- or DialogScene.
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posted August 13, 2009 02:47 PM

what part ? CTRL+I ? Or the two black columns on the sides of the screen ?
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