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TilesetFile

TilesetFile is a console tool that allows extracting data from .UTS tileset files. To invoke TilesetFile, run uts_x64 from the command prompt.

Command Line Options

TilesetFile recognizes the following command line options:

Notice
You should specify a file name without an extension.
  • -e FILE — extract tiles from the given file. The extracted tiles are saved to the <FILE> folder created in the same directory as the given file. The tiles are saved into tile_<X>_<Y>.dds files.
  • -i FILE — print information on the given file: the number of tiles, the size of a tile.

Usage Examples

To print information on the given .uts file, type the following:

Shell commands
uts_x64 -i test
Information will be printed as follows:
Output
Tileset "test" has 10349 tiles, tile size is 65664

To unpack the given .uts file, type the following:

Shell commands
uts_x64 -e test
In the result, the tiles will be extracted to the test folder created in the same directory as the test.uts file. The following will be printed in the command prompt:
Output
Done, num files extracted: 10349
Last update: 2018-08-10