Pose Mod/Cutscene Commands
Эта статья посвящена туториалу по созданию катсцен с помощью Pose Mod от kgftbz.
Убедитесь, что вы скачали самую новую версию мода, иначе, некоторые команды скорее всего будут не работать.
Для создания катсцен, вам нужно будет создать текстовый файл в папке YandereSimulator_Data\StreamingAssets\PoseMode\Cutscenes, с абсолютно любым названием. В нем мы и будет писать команды для катсцены.
Чтобы проверить катсцену, в школе следует нажать X после чего идти в Edit Scene/cutscene
При поиске команд, вы могли заменить, как bool или int. Это параметры, которые нужны для некоторых команд. Все параметры мы расписали ниже:
|Text||Любое буквенное значение||Student_1 (Senpai)|
|Bool||Может быть включающим и выключающим.||Включено|
|Float||Любое цифровое значение||1|
|Int||Любое целое цифровое значение||1 |
Примечание: не все анимации можно использовать. Только те, что либо персонаж или игрок использует.
ПРИМЕЧАНИЕ2: все команды и их параметры чувствительны к регистру.
Список команд и что они делают:
Добавление субтитров. (Вставте весто [Text] текст субтитров. Он может быть и на английском и на русском.) После окончания катсцены используйте вторую команду. (Она удалит субтитры.) Не забудьте использовать команду Wait между субтитрами! Иначе текст будет просто мелькать!
Заставляет персонажа перестать следовать своей рутине. Без добавления этой команды персонажи просто уйдут!
Заставляет персонажа идти к конкретной точке. Вторая команда заставляет персонажа идти к конкретному предмету.
Телепортирует любого студента(и Ян-чан) в конкретную точку. Вместо NameSpot можете вставить все что угодно на английском.
Заставляет студента проигрывать анимацию.
Заставляет Ян-чан проигрывать анимацию.
Заставляет Ян-чан стоять на месте
1) Как добавить Яндере-чан очки учителя?
Вместо (1-6) нужно вписывать номер учителя.
2) А как добавить очки учителя студентам?
3) Как добавить браслет Миюджи к Яндере-чан?
4)Как разрушить барьер, который мешает Ян-чан покинуть школу?
//все вопросы с ответами на них попадут сюда
Pose Mode Tutorial
(There’s a lot of pics here so if you don’t wanna spend 20+ MB on a blog, you should probably avoid this :sweat_smile: )
Hey guys, Shizuka here! Anyway, before we start this thing, I’d like to seriously point out that this is my way of posing so if you find it easier to do this or that then that’s cool. This is kinda biased anyway but I will try to make this a tutorial kind of thing as well. I’m sure many of you already know most of the stuff here anyway so this will be virtually useless but I’ll put this up anyway since I said I wanted to make something to help you all out with the Pose Mode. Well, let’s just jump right into it.
Before anything else, make sure you have time and PATIENCE on your side
No one can know exactly how long a pose will take, no problem with that, so be prepared to be making a pose for a while. Don’t get too frustrated if something goes wrong (not saying don’t get frustrated, though hehe…) just take a deep breath and keep going.
Okay, let’s start with the basics of basics! So before anything else, let’s start off with the pose you want to do! Let’s get out our mental check list here…
The Characters you’ll be using
Which characters will you be using? How many characters are you going to use? I’m not going to say something like, “Characters can make or break a pose!” but really consider their personalities (or the personalities you think would suit them best) when you pose them (Well unless your making some sort of parody thing then who cares!)
I don’t even know how many times I reset a pose because I forgot to change the uniform (especially for pose requests). Okay, so uniform is probably not a big deal since use uniforms as a bit of a… notice I guess (I forgot the word…) to showing you guys what the pose is for so you can skip this if you want. BUT if it is then please don’t be like me, forget and have to start your hard worked on pose over again for it!
I decided to just leave their uniforms as uniform 6 since I had already posed with an oc and was fine with using that uniform. *rambling rambling. *
Remember! If your uncomfortable with getting any pantalonie shots, just use the censor button!
The (mini) Story behind the Pose
Not gonna lie, I never really thought about making a reasonable scenario for poses in my head but now I can’t help doing it! I feel like if you have a story to a pose then it’ll be easier to imagine and make.
The story here; Ryusei and Koharu go on a walk around the school and Koharu points out how pretty the Sakura tree is. «That’s why I confessed to you there, Rysuei. It’s just so pretty!»
Alright, you got your characters and your scenario! Now to move them to where you want to pose them. Setting is also pretty important. Put your characters in a place their pose would make the most sense in. Like, putting two students confessing to each other near the big cherry blossom tree, having the martial arts students spar in their club rooms, you know simple stuff like that.
This one is actually really important to me since I always consider the time when I pose. (Sometimes I might reset a whole pose if I pass a time I wanted to pose at) If you noticed, most of my more romantic poses usually happen at the later hours of the day, like 05:30, because I think the lighting from a sunset is so romantic and calming…
Remember to pause the time when you pose!
So, are your check boxes checked? Great! Let’s move onto the main event!
Alright, so we got our pose idea, our characters (in the right uniform), the setting and our time. Wonderful! Now onto the pose! Okay, so please note, again, that this is my personal flow of posing so if anything isn’t to your fancy then don’t worry about it!
Step 1: The Facial Expression
Okay, so here is a necessary evil to making characters that not look completely like dolls and more like humans. Facial expression is a huge part of a pose! Anyway, searching through the animations to find a facial expression that will best suit your character’s emotions in a pose can either be a long and frustrating process or a short one, depending on if you know the expressions in the animations.
While there are facial shortcuts here and there that can make things easier (for example the smile face for girls) it also seems very… bland compared to some of the other faces an animation can make. Don’t get me wrong, those faces can be a great thing to use as long as you don’t use them for each and every single one of your poses…
The talking animations, social butterfly pic reactions and one of the greeting animations are great animations to find smiling faces!
Step 2: Moving them into position
Alright, you got your faces! Now to move them into their general positions. I say general I mean the positions you think they’d probably stay close to. It’s not too often characters (especially if there’s many characters in a pose) stay in the same place they started off in. Not major moves, though, just a slight shift here or there throughout the process.
Step 3: Moving their bodies and limbs around
Ah! Now for the part everyone thinks of first when you say pose mode! The fun and frustrating part… Anyway! I’m sure a majority of you came for some tips on this part particularly but there really isn’t much to say here… I’ll just make another mental checklist for you to think of when you’re at this stage!
●Do the poses your characters make seem possible to make in real life?
●Do the poses your characters make seem stiff and/or painful looking? (We don’t want our poor YanSim babies in pain!!)
●Have you tried avoiding the Position option and tried sticking to just the Rotation option? (It’s tricky, yes, but it keeps everything in proportion and that’s what we want!)
●Don’t forget about the clavicles! It’s kind of just a fancy way of saying shoulder. I say this cause I avoided that option a lot when I first started posing.
Step 4: The Final Touches
So your characters are in position, now for the little details like skirts, jaws, fingers and eyes! These are small but really important (and surprisingly tricky) parts of a pose! Please don’t completely ignore them! They honestly can make a pose look so much better!
If something is going to be hidden in your picture of the pose then don’t waste time on it! It’ll just give you an even bigger work load!
Take a Photo, it lasts longer
You got all the hard stuff out of the way, now it’s time to act like your part of the photography club! (Oh! Joining them is a really great idea since being in the photography club adds the zooming function to Yan-chan’s phone!) Taking a picture at different angles (standing, crouching and laying down) is great idea since you can look over the pics and pick out the best ones.
Don’t forget to play around with the graphic settings a bit. Take away the limelight, take away the outlines, bring in some shadows… it doesn’t matter as long as it looks good to you!
Once you have your pic, go to your YandereSimulator_Data folder, then to Streaming Assets and then the Photographs folder. There, you’ll find your pictures!
Once your folder reaches 25 pics, it resets! Careful!
To make sure they don’t accidently get deleted, select your pic, copy/cut it and paste it in a folder you know it will be safe.
[BIC] And Now For Uploading!
You’ve made your poses, taken your pics and moved them somewhere safe. Excellent. Now to let the world see it! There are two ways to uploading these glorious works of art (well technically three if you include taking a pic of your screen but… let’s not include that as a way for now).
Uploading via your cell
This step has quite a few variations but I mainly use two. If you have a USB cable to connect your phone to your computer/laptop, you can transfer your photos directly to your phone and upload them. Easy peasy!
If you don’t have a cable, then you could use Bluetooth to send it from your PC to your phone and upload it there. Yay!
Another way you could try, but I haven’t tried myself, is emailing the photos to your cell. I’m not sure how efficient this is but if you can’t use any other wae then try this one!
Uploading via your PC
Alright, so this one needs you to have an app like Bluestacks that enables you to have mobile apps on your PC. Once you have an app like that, download the Amino app on your computer. Now you can safely upload stuff there! Yay!
There might be other ways to upload your pics if these options aren’t available so go find them!
And there we have it!
There we are! My complete process of making a pose and uploading it to all of you! I hope someone somewhere finds this useful cause I really tried to make this as beneficial as possible. If you guys want to ask me something just ask in the comments and I’ll reply asap! Thank you for reading this through and…
This page is for cutscene commands modding with the Pose Mod by kgftbz.
This page is allowed to be modified only if the adjustment is correct and positive.
If somebody has asked a question that has already been answered, put it in the Frequently Used Commands section.
The Pose Mod folder contains multiple versions of Pose Mod that will work across different versions of Unity. For builds after April 2020, use the Unity 2019 version of Pose Mod. For older builds, use an older version of Pose Mod.
For creating cutscenes, the only things you will need are kgftbz’s Pose Mod and Notepad (or Notepad++). To create a new cutscene, make a text file in the cutscenes folder of the pose mod.
When looking through commands, you may see words like bool or int. These are the parameters which tell the command what to do.
Parameters are of four types:
AMZE’s Commands List
NOTE: These commands will only work in newer versions of Pose Mod (Unity 2019 and Unity 2017). Some commands, such as SpawnSpecial, may no longer function as intended in the official demo builds.