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SeT Saber editing Toolkit is a set of python scripts dedicated towards editing saber files. While i was working on SuP, i realized that the path I was going down would limit the abilities I have to work with the data. I decided I would migrate to a more generalized toolkit, and use this as a backbone to program a more versatile set of tools. I intend to write a full SEK for editing saber files once I have fully mapped out the structures. hopefully, this may be useful to others who would like to create their own modding tools as well. It will be an ongoing project until everything is mapped out. The github has a readme that explains how to use it. Basically it allows programmatic access to the contents of saber files saving others the stress of having to reinvent the wheel every time they want to make a modding program. https://github.com/Zatarita/SeT Currently I have s3dpak, ipak, fmeta, imeta, TexturesInfo, and SceneData defined; however, ipak, and imeta are partially implimented. I am willing to accept any help if you wish to contribute to the project. join the discord for smaller updates. major updates will be brought to this post. You don't have to be a programmer to help! Anyone willing to poke around with a hex editor can be a big help c:
See next post for v 0.2.0 information Sabre unPacker is a program that will extract the contents from a s3dpak file (and with future updates hopefully other sabre files) Icon is still being developed. Currently it's in beta version. If there are any features you want to see added, just put them in the comments. To use the program simply open a *compressed* s3dpak file ceaflate will decompress the file and add it to the TMP directory. Select the files you wish to extract, and select a location for them to go. profit. I hope this is a good step towards helping research the engine a bit more. future plans are to repack, and add the ability to read ipak Big thanks to Kavawuvi for letting me use ceaflate. Source License: GNU GPL v3 SuP 0.2.0.rar
This is a tool that compresses/decompresses Halo Combat Evolved Anniversary PC map, ipak, and s3dpak files. Have fun! Also, make sure to run MCC with anticheat off if you use any map files compressed with this tool. Otherwise, bad things will happen. Source code: https://github.com/kavawuvi/ceaflate Download (win32): ceaflate-build-win32.7z License is GNU GPL v3.
Invader is a toolkit for creating assets for Halo: Combat Evolved on PC. The full topic can be viewed here: Anyway, as of version 0.26, invader-compress allows for compressing/decompressing CEA maps with invader-extract also extracting CEA tags (except bitmaps and sounds). In version 0.27, invader-build started to support building Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary maps for MCC. Since there is a section dedicated to MCC modding tools on Open Carnage, it was worth having a topic for Invader here dedicated to MCC-related updates. Take care of the following notes: You will need to run your game without anticheat enabled if you have modified your MCC installation. Building MCC maps is very experimental right now - even more experimental than building Custom Edition maps. Stuff will not work right, including anything with bitmaps or sounds that were not in the map you're replacing. Make sure to keep your version of Invader up-to-date. Only the PC version is supported. Modding the Xbox One version risks a ban. Here is the original mini-update: As always, you can get the latest, nightly builds (for Windows) at https://invader.opencarnage.net/builds/nightly/download-latest.html