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The '''FTEX''' texture format is a format for textures which appears as a subfile of a '''[[BFRES (File Format)|BFRES file]]'''.
 
The '''FTEX''' texture format is a format for textures which appears as a subfile of a '''[[BFRES (File Format)|BFRES file]]'''.
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== Header (FTEX) ==
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Every FTEX file begins with an 0xC0 byte '''FTEX''' header.
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{| class="wikitable"
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! Offset
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! Size
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! Description
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|-
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| 0x00
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| 4
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| "'''FTEX'''" File identifier, ASCII string.
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|-
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| 0x04
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| 4
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| {{Unknown|'''Unknown''' has value '''0x01''' in examined files. May be version number.}}
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|-
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| 0x08
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| 4
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| {{'''Texture Width''' Width of the texture in pixels.}}
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|-
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| 0x0C
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| 4
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| {{'''Texture Height''' Height of the texture in pixels.}}
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|-
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| 0x10
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| 4
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| {{Unknown|'''Unknown''' has value '''0x01''' in examined files. May be a count of some form.}}
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|-
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| 0x0
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| 0x90
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| '''{{Unknown|'''Unknown''' - This is a big block of rarely changing data. More investigation later. }}
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|-
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| 0xC0
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| colspan="2" {{Unknown|End of '''FTEX''' header}}
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|}
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Incomplete header documentation. Last 8 words (32 bytes) seem to change per file. Offset 160 (dec) from FTEX header always seems to be zero, followed by a single byte (value of 1), 3 padding bytes, then a relative offset to the string table, then a relative offset to UnknownDataA, a relative offset to UnknownDataB, a relative offset to unknown DataC, and then two more unknowns (usually zero).
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[[Category:File Format]]
 
[[Category:File Format]]

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The FTEX texture format is a format for textures which appears as a subfile of a BFRES file.

Header (FTEX)

Every FTEX file begins with an 0xC0 byte FTEX header.

Offset Size Description
0x00 4 "FTEX" File identifier, ASCII string.
0x04 4 Unknown has value 0x01 in examined files. May be version number.
0x08 4 Template:'''Texture Width''' Width of the texture in pixels.
0x0C 4 Template:'''Texture Height''' Height of the texture in pixels.
0x10 4 Unknown has value 0x01 in examined files. May be a count of some form.
0x0 0x90 Unknown - This is a big block of rarely changing data. More investigation later.
0xC0 End of FTEX header

Incomplete header documentation. Last 8 words (32 bytes) seem to change per file. Offset 160 (dec) from FTEX header always seems to be zero, followed by a single byte (value of 1), 3 padding bytes, then a relative offset to the string table, then a relative offset to UnknownDataA, a relative offset to UnknownDataB, a relative offset to unknown DataC, and then two more unknowns (usually zero).