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  1. View File Edit KotOR 1 Remastered (AI Upscaled) Cutscenes The cutscenes were upscaled using Topaz Gigapixel AI, and interpolated to 60fps using SVP Pro 4. Black bars are used to maintain the aspect ratio of the content while bringing the videos to 16:9 overall. TO INSTALL: Make a backup of your "Movies" folder, in your main game directory. Download the pack that matches the resolution you play at. (Available: 720p, 768p, 1080p, 1440p, 2160p) Extract/unzip the pack you downloaded. Replace everything in your Movies folder with the extracted files. Do not place them in your Override folder. Using a HEX editor, change the a set of numbers in your game's executable. See below. If you're using the Steam version, you may need to get a replacement executable (which I can't provide here) to be able to open it with the HEX editor. Other online guides may have a link to a suitable file. To edit your executable, follow one of these two guides (skipping the parts about upscaling the cutscenes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bA5l6HVs4Y4&feature=youtu.be&t=548 https://deadlystream.com/topic/4631-how-to-force-kotor-i-iis-bik-movies-to-play-in-any-resolution/ You will need to change the first and last two values in this set in your exe: 80 02 00 00 75 15 81 3D D8 D1 78 00 E0 01 The new values you should use, per resolution, are: 720p: 00 05 00 00 75 15 81 3D D8 D1 78 00 D0 02 768p: 56 05 00 00 75 15 81 3D D8 D1 78 00 00 03 1080p: 80 07 00 00 75 15 81 3D D8 D1 78 00 38 04 1440p: 00 0A 00 00 75 15 81 3D D8 D1 78 00 A0 05 2160p: 00 0F 00 00 75 15 81 3D D8 D1 78 00 70 08 Submitter Naelavok Submitted 11/06/2019 Category Mods K1R Compatible Yes  
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    The cutscenes were upscaled using Topaz Gigapixel AI, and interpolated to 60fps using SVP Pro 4. Black bars are used to maintain the aspect ratio of the content while bringing the videos to 16:9 overall. TO INSTALL: Make a backup of your "Movies" folder, in your main game directory. Download the pack that matches the resolution you play at. (Available: 720p, 768p, 1080p, 1440p, 2160p) Extract/unzip the pack you downloaded. Replace everything in your Movies folder with the extracted files. Do not place them in your Override folder. Using a HEX editor, change the a set of numbers in your game's executable. See below. If you're using the Steam version, you may need to get a replacement executable (which I can't provide here) to be able to open it with the HEX editor. Other online guides may have a link to a suitable file. To edit your executable, follow one of these two guides (skipping the parts about upscaling the cutscenes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bA5l6HVs4Y4&feature=youtu.be&t=548 https://deadlystream.com/topic/4631-how-to-force-kotor-i-iis-bik-movies-to-play-in-any-resolution/ You will need to change the first and last two values in this set in your exe: 80 02 00 00 75 15 81 3D D8 D1 78 00 E0 01 The new values you should use, per resolution, are: 720p: 00 05 00 00 75 15 81 3D D8 D1 78 00 D0 02 768p: 56 05 00 00 75 15 81 3D D8 D1 78 00 00 03 1080p: 80 07 00 00 75 15 81 3D D8 D1 78 00 38 04 1440p: 00 0A 00 00 75 15 81 3D D8 D1 78 00 A0 05 2160p: 00 0F 00 00 75 15 81 3D D8 D1 78 00 70 08
  3. @Sith Holocron Ah, okay. Yeah, I talked to Snigaroo about it. They're going to see if there's anything they can do on the site's end to make the upload work. Right now it seems like it's a problem with the file sizes. Though about the Prima Guide DVD video you mentioned on youtube: I don't know what video you're talking about, but if you happen to have or find a source for it I could probably run it through the upscaler. Though if it's in-game recordings, it probably wouldn't upscale too well, like Khoonda.