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hellfire23 February 3rd, 2013 08:56 PM

Xnb Graphics Files ?
Hello folks does anyone on the forums here know how to open and edit XNB graphics files,I own a copy off the game WAR PLAN PACIFIC,and I would love to add new ship graphics to the game,but my windows 7 system,does not know how to open these files,I need help please.:confused:

Edi February 4th, 2013 12:08 PM

Re: Xnb Graphics Files ?
If GIMP or Irfanview can't help you, then no idea what will. Alternatively, it may be a packaged file, if these are packages with multiple files, in which case you need the proper program to open it. I don't know what that is, but Google is your friend here.

hellfire23 February 6th, 2013 09:10 AM

Re: Xnb Graphics Files ?
Hi yes I have tried Gimp & Irfanview XNB not supported by these,I have done a google search also,but so far none of the software they suggest works on my system,sods law.

Soyweiser April 10th, 2013 10:36 AM

Re: Xnb Graphics Files ?
What do you mean none of the software you suggest works on your system? If they are referring to linux software you could run cygwin to use it on windows. (Or if you are running linux, you could use wine).

If you are a member of the church of the computing fruit I have no idea.

Fantomen April 23rd, 2013 07:21 AM

Re: Xnb Graphics Files ?

Originally Posted by Soyweiser (Post 819078)
If you are a member of the church of the computing fruit I have no idea.

It's pretty trivial to get windows or linux software to run on macs, there is 3 basic ways.
Either create a separate partition for a second OS through bootcamp, or use wrappers like Cider and wineskin, or run an emulator to create a temporary virtual machine with the desired OS.

Only bootcamp gives you 100% performance, so that's recommended for gaming and such, but the other alternatives should be plenty enough to run the apps needed here.

Gandalf Parker April 23rd, 2013 11:33 PM

Re: Xnb Graphics Files ?
.XNB is a compressed file full of images.

The best bet is to use something like GameTools Suite to unpack it into many PNB files, make your changes, then recompile it. But its basically a Windows format coming from the MicroSoft XNA Game Studio. So Im not sure if any software exists for working the images on other systems.


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