ReNovator for ReBirth 2
ReNovator for ReBirth 2 is the easiest way to create ReBirth mods!
Now available for free!
wraps the use of ModPacker: When you want to create your mod (.rbm file), ReNovator creates a temporary directory, copies all files there and runs ModPacker. Once ModPacker has finished packing the RBM, ReNovator removes the directory.
- Removi – the preview window – displays all your components like ReBirth does, so you no longer need to run ReBirth to check your latest adjustments.
- Removi lets you can turn the knobs, click buttons etc. to fully test your graphics.
- You can listen to the drums by clicking on them in Removi.
- For fun, you can set all knobs, sliders and buttons to their minimum or maximum positions — and there’s even a randomize function!
- You can keep using BMPS and WAV files — ReNovator does all the necessary conversion for ModPacker.
- Using ModPacker-names ("12500.jpg", etc) or ReNovator-names ("303 Panel.jpg") is treated transparently — use what you like — or any other filename. We believe it’s more convenient to use filenames that are descriptive.
And if you have (for example) a library with drum samples, you won’t have to rename and copy them – just drag’n'drop the file on the corresponding drum in ReNovator. It will do everything necessary to create the RBM.
- In the image viewer, images can be resized so that they fit into its window – or do you prefer that image viewer’s size adapts to the image to be displayed? – You can do both!
- The file browser (right list) is a full clone of the explorer. You can also Copy/Paste and drag’n’drop with the explorer.
- We added many new options: For example now you can define a standard image and wave editing program that will be launched by double-clicking on an image or drum.
- A simple wizard helps anyone who isn’t familiar with the basics of mod creation in ReNovator.
- See the FAQ for some frequently asked questions.
- Propellerhead Software – the makers of ReBirth
- Restorator – the resource editor to make skins of any Windows program! You can also use it to localize (translate) complete programs other languages.