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  1. Glad to hear the roster is still working
  2. Yeah that's what I'm using as well.
  3. I did message him but he doesn't have the list for the IDs yet. I don't know how far along it is but obviously I'd love to contribute to the project. Make sure the folders are set up portrait>2x>file.dds. Be sure all files have 4 numerical digits and not more or less characters. Run TIT2K10 as administrator. Could be the reason.
  4. In my opinion the one's you added here are a little more-than-needed. Can go without it.
  5. Great work on the player movement man. However, there are a lot of retired or free agent minor leaguers with high OVR that ruin the 25-man roster. I know you didn't work with the ratings but I'd consider removing all those guys even as MLB only roster. Cheers.
  6. I love the look of the logo, but maybe replace where the current full-logo is added, not the 2K-only logo as it will stretch/shrink dimensions. I agree with kccity, a little too much branding. Lookin great otherwise.
  7. @Bostonnico Thank you brother! And yeah, I realized it would be much easier to just wait. Going to take this down and release a bunch when his comes out. Appreciate the ideas.
  8. Version 1.0.0


    Hey y'all Posting up some 2020 updated ESPN Portraits for 2K12, but before you install please take time to read everything. While every portrait from the MLB 26-Man Rosters (https://www.rosterresource.com/mlb-depth-charts) are included, they are not Portrait ID'd, but rather sorted by last name. This is to avoid any misalignment and ID confusion between rosters. Simply rename the files to your corresponding portrait IDs and the rest is ready to go. Included in the download is a folder containing all properly formatted and exported .DDS. Also included is another folder placed to cre
    Thank you so much for doing these , great job.
  9. I don't think you can use your own roster on top of this. The idea is to take the original files of MLB 2K12 nothing additional, plug in this roster, and it will update it to 2020. Schedule, Player Movement, Ratings Etc. If you wanted league realignment within your own personal roster you'd have to find a way to build it into that file. @Kccitystar congrats on the schedule. What's left for now, MiLB roster and generic player heads/body updates?
  10. Appreciate all the hard work @Kccitystar, this is gonna go a long way for 2K. Excited for the beta.
  11. Look under the "Players" main-tab, and search up your player by name. There should be a sub-tab to the right that says "Stats". Click on it, and it will show you the stat ID (581-MLB). Now, under the "Player_Stats" main-tab, search up your player by the ID. To the right all the career stats will be organized as "Batting", "Pitching", "General".
  12. WOW, never got a chance to reach this thread great in-depth cover of Reditor. Alot to learn. Absolutely. Happy this project has gotten in this deep. Looking forward to being one to test and help.
  13. Great layout of the plan behind the roster. I agree, I don't think since 2015 we have had one single link/download that would bring the base 2K12 experience up to 2K20. This two month delay also gives us more time than usual to work on things before they all shift. Just had a few questions on my end in regards to the help Do you have a Google Sheets or Online Excel where you're keeping track of all these generic player heads? From my understanding, any player who entered the league post the end of 2012 and not given a cyberface by 2K will be given a generic-match face instead. Not the
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