How to utilize OBMM.

This page updated on 10/30/2008 11:23:21 AM CST

Tutorials

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A player downloading OMOD-Ready archives only need to read these tutorials:

File Compression Basics - This page will cover the basics about common archive formats in use today.
How To Create Archives - This page will cover the basics about packaging your mod into an archive.
Convert an OMOD-Ready Archive back to an OMOD - This page will demonstrate how to convert an OMOD-Ready archive back into OMOD format.

A player downloading mods and converting to OMODs should read these tutorials:

File Compression Basics - This page will cover the basics about common archive formats in use today.
How To Create Archives - This page will cover the basics about packaging your mod into an archive.
Reconditioning a Downloaded Mod Archive
How To Create an OMOD - This page will demonstrate how to convert your mod that is located in the Oblivion data folder into OMOD format.
Updating your OMOD or OMOD-Ready Archive - Has your favorite mod been updated? This tutorial will show how to update the OMOD or OMOD-Ready Archive you already have.

An author creating mods should read these tutorials:

Blender - Custom Helmets - This is a very basic tutorial to show you how to take a custom helmet model and get it into Oblivion.
Reflective Metal - This page demonstrates how to create shiny and reflective armor and weapons.
File Compression Basics - This page will cover the basics about common archive formats in use today.
How To Create Archives - This page will cover the basics about packaging your mod into an archive.
How To Fix Hard-Coded Texture Paths in NIF Files - Make your mod's textures work for everyone.
How To Add Objects for Sale - Have your items for sale by vendors.
How To Create Custom Menu Icons - Create custom menu icons for your mods that display in the inventory screen.
Screenshots: A Basic Guideline - Take the screenshots best suited for your mod.
How To Create Screenshots using Oblivion - Take screenshots using Oblivion's built-in utility.
How To Convert Images - Convert image formats using Microsoft Paint, which is part of Windows XP.
How To Crop Images - Crop images using Microsoft Paint, which is part of Windows XP.
How To Prep Mod Files Using TES4Files - This tutorial will demonstrate how to prepare your mod for archiving and eventual upload to a mod site.
How To Create an OMOD - This page will demonstrate how to convert your mod that is located in the Oblivion data folder into OMOD format.
Converting an OMOD to an OMOD-Ready Archive - This page covers the steps to convert an OMOD into an archive format which is suitable for distribution.
Publishing a MOD - Steps to follow in order to prepare your mod for the Internet community to enjoy.
How To Upload Your Mods to www.tesnexus.com - Step-By-Step guide on uploading your mod.
Updating your OMOD or OMOD-Ready Archive - Has your favorite mod been updated? This tutorial will show how to update the OMOD or OMOD-Ready Archive you already have.