Thatbrownmonster Jul 3 @ 3:16pm
how do i transfer a cs:go map for sfm?
Anyone can help me?
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§ir. Rushca Jul 3 @ 3:28pm 
Navigate to your steamapps folder under Steam in Program Files, to common/counter strike global offensive/csgo. Find pak01dir.vpk, and using GCFScape (link below), extract ALL of the files. Place these files in a folder called 'csgo' (without quotes) under steamapps/common/Source Filmmaker/game. Finally, under Source Filmmaker/games/usermod, find a text file called gameinfo, open it with a text program, and directly under the section where it says
Game xxx
Insert the line
Game csgo
In the same syntax as the lines above. Save it, and you should find your maps in CS GO.
http://nemesis.thewavelength.net/index.php?p=26
Thatbrownmonster Jul 3 @ 3:43pm 
Originally posted by §ir. Rushca:
Navigate to your steamapps folder under Steam in Program Files, to common/counter strike global offensive/csgo. Find pak01dir.vpk, and using GCFScape (link below), extract ALL of the files. Place these files in a folder called 'csgo' (without quotes) under steamapps/common/Source Filmmaker/game. Finally, under Source Filmmaker/games/usermod, find a text file called gameinfo, open it with a text program, and directly under the section where it says
Game xxx
Insert the line
Game csgo
In the same syntax as the lines above. Save it, and you should find your maps in CS GO.
http://nemesis.thewavelength.net/index.php?p=26
is there any way to get it without installing anything?i really dont feel like instaling programes just to make a small video :/
Pte Jack Jul 3 @ 4:55pm 
nope, unless you pick and choose and ensure everything goes into the correct folders
Epicgaminpixel Jul 3 @ 5:25pm 
You have to install that program, it allows you to see inside of Valves custom folders which are sort of like .zip files or Winwar files.
You also need to use a little batch file after extracting the stuff from tha game Pak01_Dir file to allow the models to be used in SFM.
If you know about batch files just put this in it:

@echo off
xcopy "models\*.vtx" "models_vt2\*.vt2" /s
for /r %%a in (*.vtx) do ren "%%a" "%%~na.dx90.vtx"
for /r %%b in (*.vt2) do ren "%%b" "%%~nb.dx80.vtx"
xcopy "models_vt2" "models" /s
rmdir "models_vt2" /s /q

But if you don't, to create a batch file just place this text in a text editor like notepad and then when saving save not as a text file but insted with a .bat file extension instead of .txt or anyother extension.

Installing GFCscape will allow you to do this for multiple games, as many valve games as you want and also get any files out, like music from the game or sound effects.

Hope this was some help and enjoy using SFM, Have a nice day.
Regards, Epicgaminpixel
§ir. Rushca Jul 4 @ 3:29am 
NO BATCH FILE
Not required anymore
6000 ANGRY BEES Jul 4 @ 3:44am 
CS:GO maps do not work in SFM by default.

I ported some[thekinsie.com] if you're curious.
Pte Jack Jul 4 @ 9:45am 
That batch process is no longer required and has the tendency to make models invisible after running it. DON'T do the batch....
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