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Here is part 2 of 2 of our NASCAR 09 video. Here, Senior Producer Scott Stutsman talks about all sorts of details, as well as explaining the way AI handles the race.


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# 1 kennytomson @ 05/09/08 07:31 PM
-why not release setups 6 months in (never saw great user created ones)?

-damage was ridiculous last year, any adjustments for 09?

-why are there no manufacture specific grills?
 
# 2 kneebon5 @ 05/09/08 07:32 PM
so is it actually seasons, or are the stupid things added in when you are doing a career?
 
# 3 BIG CAROLINA @ 05/09/08 10:39 PM
After watching the video, the AI has been addressed and there is a "damage setting" which can only be better than 08.
 
# 4 i3man @ 05/10/08 08:17 PM
Someone needs to make a hand-held racing controller similar to the ones for radio-controlled cars. I just don't have the room for a dedicated wheel setup but love racing sims from the PC days...Nascar Heat was my favorite.
 
# 5 Coug00 @ 05/24/08 02:01 PM
The PaintShop feature is pretty damn cool. I've been messing around with it for the last week or so. I'm not confident EA will get the racing physics done properly (AGAIN), but being able to create and upload your own car is a thing of beauty.

Here are three I've made so far (they're not quite done).





 
# 6 mwjr @ 05/28/08 03:01 PM
Coug, which program are you using?
 
# 7 Coug00 @ 05/29/08 02:54 AM
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Originally Posted by mwjr
Coug, which program are you using?
Photoshop, then exporting it as a .DDS file and importing to AC3D (which makes it 3D like you see above).

There are instructions in the forums at www.easportsracing.com. Let me know if you can't find them and I'll help out.
 
# 8 mwjr @ 05/29/08 10:49 AM
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Originally Posted by Coug00
Photoshop, then exporting it as a .DDS file and importing to AC3D (which makes it 3D like you see above).

There are instructions in the forums at www.easportsracing.com. Let me know if you can't find them and I'll help out.
Can you use Corel Paint Shop Pro, or can you only use Photoshop?
 
# 9 Coug00 @ 05/29/08 03:47 PM
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Originally Posted by mwjr
Can you use Corel Paint Shop Pro, or can you only use Photoshop?
If it allows importing .psd files I don't see why you couldn't. You'd also need to make sure it allows saving as .dds files (I had to download the plug-in for Photoshop to allow this).
 
# 10 Coug00 @ 05/29/08 07:04 PM
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Originally Posted by mwjr
Can you use Corel Paint Shop Pro, or can you only use Photoshop?
BTW...if Paint Shop Pro doesn't work you can download Paint.net. EA has a special template just for paint.net on their site.
 
# 11 mwjr @ 05/30/08 09:56 AM
Thanks, man.
 

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