.NAV , .RES ???

.NAV , .RES ???

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Alex001

2010 Jun 26 • 33
Why some maps have files with them like as_resident_evil.bsp , as_resident_evil.nav , as_resident_evil.res ???
Look : http://www.part.lt/img/b98f2c088032db8fbf80ebfa317f3a8b569.PNG
Don't use my style !
 
 
2010 Aug 24 at 07:57 PDT — Ed. 2010 Aug 24 at 08:08 PDT
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Cap'n Moth of the Firehouse

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2007 Oct 19 • 5486
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.nav is for the AI, it tells them how to move around the map. The .res is a resource file and points to certain things used by the map, I think... someone will likely correct me. The .nav file is automatically generated by the way.
 
 
2010 Aug 24 at 08:31 PDT
Alex001

2010 Jun 26 • 33
OK, but what file is (map_name).bsp.ztmp ?
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2010 Aug 24 at 09:13 PDT
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Cap'n Moth of the Firehouse

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2007 Oct 19 • 5486
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Eh, probably a file left over from compressing the map. Probably.

"The ZTMP file type is primarily associated with 'Steam' by Valve Corporation. When a Steam client downloads a resource from a Steam game server (like a .BSP map), the resource is first compressed to save bandwidth. An associated .ZTMP file is stored on the server so the resource won't need to be compressed again the next time a client requests it. If you change the resource you need to delete the associated .ZTMP file so that the next person who downloads is doesn't get the old copy instead of the changed resource file (Steam does not detect changed game resource files and recreate the .ZTMP file automatically.)"
Says a file extension website.
 
 
2010 Aug 24 at 10:06 PDT
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