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How do you transfer your VX Ace to MV?

Discussion in 'MV Support' started by Questions, Oct 24, 2015.

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  1. So, RM told us we'd be able to transfer our games made in VX Ace to MV. How do we go about doing this?
     
  2. Okay, first off you're going to need to go into RPG Maker MV and open up a new project. Once you've done that open up your RPG Maker VX Ace and open up the project file you wish to transfer. In VX Ace, open up your script editor. Next make a new script slot under Materials and Above Main. I named it "Ace to MV Converter". Assuming you downloaded through Steam, it'll be in your DLC folder (by default it'll be something like "C=/Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\RPG Maker MV" then click on the "dlc" folder, then "RPGMakerWeb_plugins" then "Shaz" and it's AceMVConverter.db, which you can open with Notepad. Once you have this opened, copy the script and paste it into your newly created script slot. Save and Play the game in VX Ace. Close and check the games project folder (This should be in your Documents\RPG Maker VX Ace folder or something close to that). You should see a folder called "mv-data" Open that up and select all the Json files and copy them. Now, go into your MV game file of the new game you've created to do this tutorial in. (This should be in your Documents\Games folder). Once your in your games folder open up the Data folder and paste your copied files into the data folder replacing all files in the folder. Close your RMMV without saving it, then reopen it. Once you reopen it you should now see that your VX Ace game is transfered over to your MV! Now you're going to have to go through and change all your images in your options/settings to the MV images as it's on a totally different image format or simply adding the resources from your VX Ace over to your MV folder.


    If this is TL:DR then here is a video :D

     
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  3. Thank you so much! I've marked this as Best Answer @Xyphien
     
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