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Hi guys, I need help from you. Is there a way to delete mip maps on multiple files, all at the same time? I want to delete mip maps from my World of Tanks's skin tanks since it made my in-game tanks looked ugly and blurry. I can't help it, my laptop was potato so I can only play with minimum quality, hence blurry skins kicked in. Although I can delete it one-by-one, it's really exhausting since I deal with hundreds of DDS files.

 

I heard that Save All will be implemented on v4.0, but I still can't see it today. Will Save All solve my issues? When will it get implemented?

 

Thank you very much!

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1 hour ago, MARTINEZ said:

Is there a way to delete mip maps on multiple files, all at the same time?

 

You could use the DirectXTex Texconv utility to batch process the files using the following command.

The command removes the mipmaps from each DDS file and overwrites the original file.

texconv.exe -m 1 -y *.dds

The Texconv documentation is located on the DirectXTex Wiki.

 

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29 minutes ago, Rick Brewster said:

I don't think I ever said that?

 

The Popular Feature Requests thread states that you were planning to add it for 4.0.

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Save All -- This has been requested quite a bit recently, and I'm planning to add it to v4.0.

 

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Currently slated for inclusion in 4.0.n+1 (that's a bit of wit in the same vein as "tomorrow never comes") ?

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6 hours ago, null54 said:

 

You could use the DirectXTex Texconv utility to batch process the files using the following command.

The command removes the mipmaps from each DDS file and overwrites the original file.


texconv.exe -m 1 -y *.dds

The Texconv documentation is located on the DirectXTex Wiki.

 

 

Wow thank you very much! Gotta learn all of its commands since I'm a noob at this ?

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