TXD Tool is a PC and Android tool to be used for modding. This app is used by the designers. They edit textures in GTA3, Vice City and San Andreas in PC. This is a third-party app to use for texture editing. However, you need to follow a few precautions before you install it.
You need to install Vice City and San Andreas before you install TXD Tool in your device.
To use TXD Tool, you also need to know the guide to install mods for San Andreas and Vice City.
It requires a minimum CPU 4 x 1.3 GHz or above and 1GB RAM minimum.
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TXD Tool Features
It is used to import the textures in a simple form and also with an auto rewrite. You can select the mode to import textures.
You can also use it to export textures. It helps you to delete, edit and rename textures. You can even create aliases by using it.
While working on textures, you can edit their properties too.
So, TXD Tool comes with all important features to edit, import and export texture within no time. Even, it supports all texture formats. You have a choice to import textures from “.txd” or from different image formats.
It allows you to generate mipmaps.
You can compress RLE by using TXD Tool.
The tool supports multiple themes in one texture. Earlier, there was no way out to use multiple themes in texture.
You can compress the image without affecting the quality of “.txd” file.
TXD tool uses Android Studio to generate content and also generates code from open source projects.
How to Use the TXD Tool
Suppose you want to create a mod version of GTA San Andreas. You need to download GTA SA and the TXD Tool tool. Create a copy of GTA San Andreas to some safe place in your PC.
Now open TXD Workshop. Here you will see two options: Open IMG and Open TXD. Click “Open TXD” from here.
Select the texture you want to modify in the game. Click the texture and select “export” and “PNG” from the context menu. “Don’t select “.bmp.”
Open in Photoshop or paint. Edit it and save the file. “Don’t use the “Save As” option.
Now, you can change other textures in the same way. Remember, you need to use TXD Workshop 3.5+. Don’t save the file in “.bmp” format.
You need to save the images in 1616, 3232, 6464 and 128128 sizes. Other sizes can create an error.