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First of all, this is a tutorial for the 3DS Version.

1. Get your sprite. It's located in "romfs/Model. It's a .szs file.
2. Open the file in Ohana3ds rebirth and export the .bch.
3 Create a new folder (I did it on my desktop).
4. Start ohana3ds (not rebirth) and open the .bch file.
5. export all the textures into the new folder you created.
6 Edit them. Every image is a frame of the animation.
7. If you are finished, import the new images into the opened .bch in ohana3ds and save.
8. Download 3DS SZS Packer 1.1.
9. Start it.
10. The filename has to be the same as that one you replace.
11."SZS save loc" is the output location. I selected my desktop.
12."SZS source folder" is the folder, that contains the edited .bch.
13.Press "Pack SZS" and it should be compressed as .szs.
14 Copy it into "romfs/Model" and overwrite the original. It should work.

My result:


I edited the SMB1 mario sprite.
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Posted on 06-14-17, 11:53 am (rev. 1 by Hüseyin the Mighty on 06-14-17, 01:30 pm)
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Dat weeb NSMBU hacker though :3
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Ohana3DS Rebirth can edit textures, too.
Stella is best waifu. :3

Posted on 06-14-17, 02:56 pm
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thank you for making this. I have been searching forever
Posted on 10-02-17, 08:04 pm
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EDIT AGAIN: This method doesn't work.



Even if you set all of the paths and names correctly, the edited .szs file will not load in-game.

When you load the .szs into Ohana Rebirth, the file contained in it is Output.bch

When you're done editing it in the original Ohana and use SZSPacker to reinsert the bch, if you open the szs in Rebirth the new filename inside is now file_0000.bch instead of Output.bch

I'm not sure if that's the reason why it won't load in-game, but following this tutorial didn't work for me.

The only things I managed to change in-game were editing the ground and some other tiles using Kukkii for the .ctpk TileData textures, and replacing .bcstm music files.
Posted on 11-06-17, 11:25 pm (rev. 2 by InnerMobius on 11-09-17, 07:40 pm)
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Can someone tell my how to change the sprites and textures and pretty much anything one 3ds with b9s luma cfw 11.6.
Thanks in advance!
Posted on 12-01-17, 02:48 pm
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Dat weeb NSMBU hacker though :3
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Did you really have to post that in three different threads.
Stella is best waifu. :3

Posted on 12-01-17, 02:55 pm
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Did you really have to post that in three different threads.
sorry, just had to know quickly.
Can you do a video demonstration though, if you are able to?
Thanks
Posted on 12-04-17, 04:52 pm
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From: Mushroom Kingdom
Wait, do the steps on the first post of this page not work for you?
Old 3DS XL info:
I used to have a 3DSafe A9LH V11.3.0-36U with Luma in my CTRNAND. Since ReiNAND Reibooted and Re-Reileased, I "switch"ed back.
Right now, I have boot9strap with Luma 8.0 as my CFW. Though, I'd like to see other CFW's for B9S.
Posted on 12-05-17, 06:24 am
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I changed my spites and stuff and it worked but whenever I try to play a level (online or even the super mario challenge), it just gives me a crash dump.
I have a o3ds on cfw 11.6 b9s luma cfw
Posted on 12-05-17, 08:09 am
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What about offline? Also, does the mod work on the title screen?
Old 3DS XL info:
I used to have a 3DSafe A9LH V11.3.0-36U with Luma in my CTRNAND. Since ReiNAND Reibooted and Re-Reileased, I "switch"ed back.
Right now, I have boot9strap with Luma 8.0 as my CFW. Though, I'd like to see other CFW's for B9S.
Posted on 12-05-17, 02:38 pm
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What about offline? Also, does the mod work on the title screen?
yes
Posted on 12-05-17, 05:07 pm
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Well, in that case, its not this tutorial thats wrong. Look at your other mods you installed.
Old 3DS XL info:
I used to have a 3DSafe A9LH V11.3.0-36U with Luma in my CTRNAND. Since ReiNAND Reibooted and Re-Reileased, I "switch"ed back.
Right now, I have boot9strap with Luma 8.0 as my CFW. Though, I'd like to see other CFW's for B9S.
Posted on 12-05-17, 08:40 pm
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You can also use EveryFileExplorer for extracting the szs and then editing it with Ohana Rebirth that's what I do and did when I made Luigi Maker 3DS
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Posted on 01-05-18, 08:27 am
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EDIT AGAIN: This method doesn't work.



Even if you set all of the paths and names correctly, the edited .szs file will not load in-game.

When you load the .szs into Ohana Rebirth, the file contained in it is Output.bch

When you're done editing it in the original Ohana and use SZSPacker to reinsert the bch, if you open the szs in Rebirth the new filename inside is now file_0000.bch instead of Output.bch

I'm not sure if that's the reason why it won't load in-game, but following this tutorial didn't work for me.

The only things I managed to change in-game were editing the ground and some other tiles using Kukkii for the .ctpk TileData textures, and replacing .bcstm music files.
It depends: in the 3DS version the only editable sprites are mario's and bowser's

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Posted on 01-05-18, 08:47 am
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EDIT AGAIN: This method doesn't work.



Even if you set all of the paths and names correctly, the edited .szs file will not load in-game.

When you load the .szs into Ohana Rebirth, the file contained in it is Output.bch

When you're done editing it in the original Ohana and use SZSPacker to reinsert the bch, if you open the szs in Rebirth the new filename inside is now file_0000.bch instead of Output.bch

I'm not sure if that's the reason why it won't load in-game, but following this tutorial didn't work for me.

The only things I managed to change in-game were editing the ground and some other tiles using Kukkii for the .ctpk TileData textures, and replacing .bcstm music files.
It depends: in the 3DS version the only editable sprites are mario's and bowser's

Try my method I know it works.
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Posted on 01-05-18, 01:16 pm