[RELEASE] [Standalone] Animated Liveries

Hello
Today i am releasing a script with a tutorial on how to do animated liveries that are client and server sided.
There is a tutorial file within the folder, use that to figure out what to do.
AnimatedLiveries.rar (1.2 KB)

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care to explain how this works or how its realistic?

Why does everything have to be for RP?

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Why would you assume this would only be used for rp?

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i guess one way to fit it in, is using it on box trucks and faking it as a screen i guess if you think everything on this forum is specifically for roleplay

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Thanks for share.
Its only work with car ?

Can i use it with 3d models?

This is a good question, would be nice to be able to use it on signs so I don’t have to constantly upload new banners. Updating all via a single image link would be amazing.

I have only been able to get it to work with cars at the moment, and to answer the realism question, it isn’t designed for that.

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Care to upload any previews? I like to view examples! :slight_smile:


It was easy to make it work with Buildings… :stuck_out_tongue: Thanks

Could you send me your version of changing the billboards?
Thanks,
And ill get some previews when i get home.

That’s all I changed… It literally took me 2mins. :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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Thanks Tucker

I think im going to turn this script into something nastyy :rofl:

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Go ahead :laughing: I want to experiment with different things, like see if you can broadcast a ‘Gopro’ Like a first person perspective of your character on a billboard
I think that would work nicely.

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https://media2.giphy.com/media/kAZfcdZiPJMjxAvVfK/giphy.gif :star_struck: :heart_eyes:

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I rate that

It’s a really nice scripts but it’s not for all of the players is it supposed to do like that and how can I fix it

Trigger the event on all players wwhen they enter the area, that should work

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The day when I saw FiveM Announcement for animated textures, I was excited. Finally someone shared a way that helps normal devs to work on.

Thanks