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Revan564

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#1 10 years ago

I made a skin of the Force Unleashed character Juno Eclipse, but when I try to join a server or do solo mode with the skin, it crashes and says this error.... "Jedi Academy cannot continue Not a JPEG file: starts with 0x38 0x42" .... I have encountered this before and I really want a solution. Also I'm skinning on a Mac (Please Don't Blame The Mac... For I have made skins that worked before) Please and Thank You

EDIT: Doh! I accidently put this in the wrong section >_< Please move this to SW:JK3 Problems, Errors and Help




Kessno

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#2 10 years ago
Revan564;4554280I made a skin of the Force Unleashed character Juno Eclipse, but when I try to join a server or do solo mode with the skin, it crashes and says this error.... "Jedi Academy cannot continue Not a JPEG file: starts with 0x38 0x42" .... I have encountered this before and I really want a solution. Also I'm skinning on a Mac (Please Don't Blame The Mac... For I have made skins that worked before) Please and Thank You

Simple question I know but, it is a JPEG file, right? And you did save the image in powers of two? 128x128, 512x512, 1024x1024 etc.




Revan564

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#3 10 years ago
Kessno;4554318Simple question I know but, it is a JPEG file, right? And you did save the image in powers of two? 128x128, 512x512, 1024x1024 etc.

Yes and I Don't Know. They are JPEG's but I'm not sure if they are saved in powers of two. How do you do that? :clueless:




Kessno

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#4 10 years ago

Well, whatever image program you're using, there should be an "Image Size" located somewhere. Check and see if the pixel size is matching. Jedi Academy only accepts them if they're saved like that.




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#5 10 years ago

To save in a power of two mean saving in dimensions with the power of 2. Those include 128x128 256x256 512x512 1024x1024. 256x512 is also entirely possible.




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#6 10 years ago

I was able to fix the problem! Woot! I opened the jpg's I edited in Preview and then re-saved it, and BOOM! It worked :D:Party3: Thank you for your help everybody. It's nice to know I hang out in a forum with nice people