X-Port?

Discussion in 'Hybriding' started by Drift260Z, Jul 24, 2003.

  1. Drift260Z

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    I am thinking about getting an X-Port to upload GT3 drift replays/movies and I came accross this hybrid stuff. I think it is pretty cool but I was wanting to know if you can hybrid cars on GT3 with an X-Port, if so, how does it work and is it user-friendly or is it tough becaue I am not a computer whiz but I know some stuff. any help is greatly appreaciated. thanks.
     
  2. Famine

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    Very easy, very user-friendly, very intuitive.

    Download mk's GT3gEdit programme version 38 (look in the post below).

    Once you've got the programme you'll need to get an Xport file onto your computer - either you'll have an Xport to do it yourself or you can download one on the net. Open the file in mk's (File, Read Garage, then navigate to file)

    Go to the site in my signature and follow each step in order.

    One thing - Xports DO NOT MAKE MOVIES - you can only transfer files to/from a PS2. If you want to make a movie of your replay you need a Video Capture card on your computer, plug your PS2 into it and record straight from that.
     
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  4. slammedON20s

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    hey im in the USA in Texas. anyone know where i can get an X-Port??
     
  5. Attila_Da_Hun

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    any comp store probably, i got mine at best buy
     
  6. ROAD_DOGG33J

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    Best Buy, Walmart, Gamestop(I think), stores like that
     
  7. slammedON20s

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    yes, thank you, i found one at a nearby Besy Buy, i'm soon to go pick it up. thanks.