How to read/edit a VMO file in virtools

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  1. #defsquier

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    Hello,

    I'd like to edit a .vmo file in virtools but I can't remember how to do.

    I know it's possible...

    If you have any ideas...

    Thank you 8)

    Posted 9 years ago #
  2. #ghiom

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    You can't edit a vmo !

    OR i'm wrong ??

    Posted 9 years ago #
  3. #defsquier

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    I'm sure that you can because I have already do that.:wink:

    You can also "protect" your vmo file against people who would like to see your code... 8)

    But I can't remember!!!!!!!!!!!!! :oops:

    Posted 9 years ago #
  4. #chris

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    there was a topic about that some time ago, but can't find it. Maybe you have better luck.

    I know that Virtools can do it to some level, but thisknowhow for obvious reasons will not be shared here.

    Posted 9 years ago #
  5. Dom3D

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    [quote="Defsquier":clphn4qz]I'm sure that you can because I have already do that.:wink:

    You can also "protect" your vmo file against people who would like to see your code... 8)

    But I can't remember!!!!!!!!!!!!! :oops:[/quote:clphn4qz]

    Are you sure that you are talking of a VMO and not a [b:clphn4qz]CMO[/b:clphn4qz] ?

    Posted 9 years ago #
  6. #defsquier

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    CMO files are files made by virtools when you save your project...

    Luckily you can modifie your files!!! :roll:

    But VMO files are files exported to virtools player format...

    So I'm really sure that I'm not talking of a CMO but of a VMO.

    If someone knows how to edit such file type...

    Thanks a lot for trying answer.. 8)

    Posted 9 years ago #
  7. #bobsmith

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    With Virtools Dev you cannot edit vmo ... and it never was possible

    (and yes I am from virtools) ...

    Posted 9 years ago #
  8. #cg hitman

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    vmo files: Can never be imported or edited in Virtools

    nmo files: Can be imported and edited "some codes and graphics"

    cmo files: Can be opened and edited with Virtools

    Posted 9 years ago #
  9. #defsquier

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    Okay, if you're from Virtools and if that's what you think...

    But I just told that I've already do it and when I'll see the person who did it with me the fisrt time (virtools 2.5 beta tester), I'll tell you how to do. (next monday)

    (but it will be too late for me...)

    Thanks

    Posted 9 years ago #
  10. #ghiom

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    It's could be interesting that you explain how to make this .. at least the concept or idea .... to found a solution to securize our vmo or recover some code in old loosing or corrupted work source.

    Do you need to use an additional software or just virtools ? Do you need to use SDK ? Or a decompiler ?

    Posted 9 years ago #
  11. #defsquier

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    I know that a solution exists to securize your vmo but I don't know how (I'll ask the question monday).

    When I did it (edit vmo), it was just with virtools, no plugins, no sdk...

    Posted 9 years ago #
  12. #bf_long

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    [quote="Defsquier":3971cxv1]I know that a solution exists to securize your vmo but I don't know how (I'll ask the question monday).

    When I did it (edit vmo), it was just with virtools, no plugins, no sdk...[/quote:3971cxv1]

    Are you get that ?

    Posted 8 years ago #
  13. #defsquier

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    It was possible with olders versions of Virtools (like 2.0 or 2.5) bur now we can't do such a thing I think..

    Posted 8 years ago #
  14. #udii

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    So the anwers is... Edit a VMO from Virtools 3 or high... NO WAY!!! :D

    Posted 7 years ago #
  15. #matthew

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    You can unlock a VMO to the point where you can access the resources (3D objects, textures, etc). As far as I know you can't unlock a VMO to the point where you can edit schematic (I don't think VMO files even contain enough information to properly draw the original schematic, although could probably generate that if you really put some time into it).

    Posted 7 years ago #
  16. #rr404

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    How can i be sure that my vmo is secure ? can i encrypt it or are they just all compiled ONE way

    Posted 6 years ago #
  17. Dom3D

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    normal users cant do this: VMO -> CMO

    Posted 6 years ago #
  18. #koichisenada

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    Umm, who are those not normal users which can do that? :)

    I really belive it's not just one byte mark, but then how could [b:13pawe07]Defsquier[/b:13pawe07] have achieved that without any special tool, if he really has got it done in first place?

    Smells like another tool of decompilers like those for SWF files.

    Posted 6 years ago #
  19. Dom3D

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    KoichiSenada,

    it's been all said in this thread. No reason to go any deeper into this!

    Posted 6 years ago #
  20. mc007

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    when you really have to tell your boss : " NO BOSS, NOBODY CAN STEEL OUR DUCKS", then implement an easygoing format like zip, read the content with the

    applied password and be happy. BUT ! this is not protected then against an external hook. Where you can retrieve the happy ducks.....grmmpf....

    :shock:

    Posted 6 years ago #

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