[TUT] LithUnWrap Video Tutorials Part 1 & 2

Trp. Jed
04-19-2004, 02:54 PM
Being the spazz I am I accidently deleted the original post so here it is again and updated.

LithUnWrap Video Tutorial Part 1

This tutorial explains the interface of LithUnWrap 1.3, basic commands and a few tricks on making life easier. Also demonstrates basic UVW mapping of simple primitive shapes.
30mins approx, 33Mb

Download here (use right-click, Save As...) (http://the.unreachable.org/wunderboy/lithunwrap1_a.rar)

LithUnWrap Video Tutorial Part 2

Shows how to UVW map a humanoid figure. Shows unwrapping a torso into seperate body and arm pieces and correcting distortion errors. Shows how to unwrap legs to accomodate front and side pockets. Also shows the basics of unwrapping a head.
1 hr approx, 120Mb

Download here (use right-click, Save As...) (http://the.unreachable.org/wunderboy/lithunwrap2_a.rar)

Videos are encoded in MPEG4 format, with the 3ivx codec, you can download it here:


The audio stream is regular MP3 format.

If you want a copy of LithUnWrap you can download it here:


I'm not sure if this IS the very final version or not. I've seen several that are labelled as 1.3 in the exe but with different file sizes. This version doesn't have the same start-up logo and has a smaller EXE but seems to have an extra option for locking the aspect ratio. Everything else is there though.

- Jed

Ska Wars
04-19-2004, 02:58 PM
Great stuff mate, downloading part 2 now.

- Ska

04-19-2004, 03:38 PM
thanks jed

downloading part 2 now :]

still hoping for a milkshape video tut ^_^

04-19-2004, 04:20 PM
schweet, n1 jed

04-21-2004, 05:48 PM
finally had the time to watch this.

thanks for taking the time out to make these 2 video tutorials :)

btw the model you were using, was that your good ol british paras or a newer/different model ?

Trp. Jed
04-21-2004, 05:49 PM
It's the old one.

- Jed

Mussolini HeadK
04-23-2004, 10:18 AM
Just like to say thanks Jed for taking the time to do both tutorials - really fantastic job! Wish more ppl would share their knowledge in that format as its great to see ppl actually work on stuff like that.

Best Wishes

Trp. Jed
09-12-2005, 02:55 PM
Dug this out of the mists of time as it tends to get lost a lot and people are always asking about it.

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