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Re: San Diego and Los Angeles map

Posted: 21 Apr 2019 10:51
by brainiac
There will be a lot of local deliveries: From San Diego to San Diego and from Los Angeles to Los Angeles.

Re: San Diego and Los Angeles map

Posted: 21 Apr 2019 23:21
by Everardo
Hi there , first of all i must say that your work are amazing , i mean it's an huge project .I have some experience on company prefabs and 3d modeling , i'm currentrly make some works for MHAPro map and Vina Mexico map too, so maybe i can make some stuff for your project , here is a lik to my facebook place , it's not too much to show since i spend a lot of time on Blender , but can give you an idea about my work and modding skills , regards.
https://www.facebook.com/SiriO29/?modal=admin_todo_tour

Re: San Diego and Los Angeles map

Posted: 29 Jun 2019 05:33
by pout9900
Can I check it out

Re: San Diego and Los Angeles map

Posted: 09 Jul 2019 20:39
by brainiac
After "little" break I am moving north of CA 94, which should be a final step to the north before release.

Re: San Diego and Los Angeles map

Posted: 05 Aug 2019 20:04
by brainiac
Map progress:
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Downtown and Mission hills took me too much time. I will never make so many streets again.

Re: San Diego and Los Angeles map

Posted: 06 Aug 2019 16:45
by ScuL
If you manage to fill this area with models and terrain either the game will crash or it will run at 2fps

Re: San Diego and Los Angeles map

Posted: 12 Aug 2019 21:46
by brainiac
Terrain without grass isn't a problem, but I am afraid of models. On another side, there won't be models for a long time until someone else takes that job. It is so far that I even didn't think about that. Now, when I am curious, will it be the case if he (somebody) set drawing distance to 400-500?

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ScuL wrote:
06 Aug 2019 16:45
So I decided to do some testing. I filled areas around 8-14 lane Interstate 5 with houses above the map and the highest possible traffic. There are so many houses that I can't copy half of the sector because the game crashed. All roads are still on 1500 drawing distance.
If drawing distance of houses is 400: In Downtown, I had 40-50 fps and one drop down to 37. Far enough is 47-70 fps.
When I did that with 950, the game crashed after a few miles of driving.

It is good to know where are limits. I expect better fps in future parts of the map because north of Interstate 8 I am planning to double or triple distance between streets.

Re: San Diego and Los Angeles map

Posted: 13 Aug 2019 05:03
by EG0611
brainiac wrote:
12 Aug 2019 21:46
Now, when I am curious, will it be the case if he (somebody) set drawing distance to 400-500?

All roads are still on 1500 drawing distance.
If drawing distance of houses is 400: In Downtown, I had 40-50 fps and one drop down to 37. Far enough is 47-70 fps.


It is good to know where are limits. I expect better fps in future parts of the map because north of Interstate 8 I am planning to double or triple distance between streets.
* Make drawing distance of city roads to 400 and highway to 900.
* Make straight or scenery roads NON-High definition and make vegetation NON-Smooth and LOW Polygone.
* If there is option, select second house row or model row LOD Models

So basically try to save as much t.c. and d.c. value as possible by reducing quality of map.

Re: San Diego and Los Angeles map

Posted: 13 Aug 2019 09:30
by brainiac
Thank you for advices.

Re: San Diego and Los Angeles map

Posted: 07 Sep 2019 11:07
by brainiac
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