Profile Converter (Alpha)

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Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 11 Nov 2011, 11:54

This is an early Apha for a profile conversion tool.
Xpadder Profile Converter

There are many great profiles available in the in the Xpadder forum. The Xpadder Profile Converter Is a tool developed by the Xpadder community to make these profiles available to use on as many standard gamepads as possible. If your controller type is not listed in the converter options leave a reply in this thread with the details about your gamepad and include the code of an example profile or layout.
The community will try to add your controller to the Xpadder Profile Converter tool.
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So far my experience has been that layout codes are mostly compatible and transferable with slight rearrangements (face button order for example).
Out of pure curiosity, I would like to learn more about the amount of variation between similar controller button numbers [and stick axis] and the consequences of pasting layouts from different types of controllers.

If you feel like sharing, or are also interested in the concept of a convenient "starter" layout. Please post your example layouts like the one below along with the controller type and any other information that might be useful. And/or test the example(s) posted in this thread and provide feedback about compatibly with your controllers.

Thanks In Advance: :)

Example Layout (motioninjoy-ps3-default-DXinput)
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;--- Xpadder Controller Data ---
DataType=Controller
Version=2011.06.24
Button1Location=384,54
Button2Location=424,93
Button3Location=384,133
Button4Location=346,94
Button7Location=88,6
Button8Location=384,5
Button9Location=182,96
Button10Location=290,95
Button11Location=87,93
Button12Location=306,181
DPadUpLocation=154,147
DPadRightLocation=186,179
DPadDownLocation=154,211
DPadLeftLocation=122,179
Stick1UpLocation=87,61
Stick1RightLocation=119,93
Stick1DownLocation=87,125
Stick1LeftLocation=55,93
Stick2UpLocation=306,149
Stick2RightLocation=338,181
Stick2DownLocation=306,213
Stick2LeftLocation=274,181
TriggerLeftLocation=4,8
TriggerRightLocation=478,8
DPadUpAccess=POV
DPadRightAccess=POV
DPadDownAccess=POV
DPadLeftAccess=POV
Stick1XAccess=Axis X
Stick1YAccess=Axis Y
Stick2XAccess=Axis RX
Stick2YAccess=Axis RY
TriggerLeftAccess=Axis Z
TriggerRightAccess=Axis Z -
Button1Name=Button 1
Button2Name=Button 2
Button3Name=Button 3
Button4Name=Button 4
Button7Name=Button 7
Button8Name=Button 8
Button9Name=Button 9
Button10Name=Button 10
Button11Name=Button 11
Button12Name=Button 12
DPadName=DPad
DPadUpName=Up
DPadRightName=Right
DPadDownName=Down
DPadLeftName=Left
Stick1Name=Stick 1
Stick2Name=Stick 2
StickUpName=Up
StickRightName=Right
StickDownName=Down
StickLeftName=Left
TriggerLeftName=Trigger Left
TriggerRightName=Trigger Right

Do you want to contribute? Have an idea or suggestion? Discuss this App here. :idea: :?:
Last edited by Oke_Doke on 19 Nov 2011, 19:21, edited 2 times in total.
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Re: Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 18 Feb 2012, 12:56

Added a simple Xpadderish theme to the converter.
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Re: Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 13 Mar 2012, 11:59

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Re: Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 09 May 2012, 23:21

Will this work to convert from the xbox 360 to the Logitech Gamepad F310? http://www.logitech.com/en-us/gaming/controllers/devices/7360
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Re: Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 09 May 2012, 23:51

Tob wrote:Will this work to convert from the xbox 360 to the Logitech Gamepad F310?

You don't need to convert this from Xbox to Logitech Gamepad F310. If you look on underside of the controller you'll see a small button with a groove and you'll also see two letters both left and right one is marked X the other D just slide the button to the X - Xinput and you got yourself an X360 controller, shift to the D - Dinput and you got yourself an older dinput gaming device.
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Re: Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 10 May 2012, 07:24

In addition, if you should prefer the Dinput mode then your controller has the layout of a Rumblepad2. The Rumblepad2 is included in the converter.
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Re: Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 13 May 2012, 08:03

Well that explains part of my problem. I have no such switch and that's the only model on their site. Everything else is identical save the missing switch on the back.
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Re: Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 13 May 2012, 09:43

Logitech says that there is a switch.
But you don't have numbers instead of Xbox360 names on the buttons?
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Re: Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 13 May 2012, 20:47

Kk I understand that the web is full of, shall we say, challenging people. I assure you, there is NO switch. I could take a picture of the area where the switch is supposed to be but honestly I just don't feel like going through the hassle. The picture you included is of the F510. Mine only has 3 buttons by the logo in the middle.
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Re: Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 13 May 2012, 20:49

Crap! Think I found the confusion. I have the generic model that LOOKS like the f310 but is just called Logitech Dual Action USB Gamepad. Can see it here. http://www.compusa.com/applications/Sea ... d=141Guess it's the poor mans version.
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Re: Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 13 May 2012, 22:41

That was the reason why I was asking for the button names, your controller is an older Logitech model than the current Fx10 series. The controller on my picture is a Rumblepad2 and your controller is it's little brother without rumble. I'm pretty sure that their layouts are absolutely similar, so you can use the profile converter and convert to Rumblepad 2.
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Re: Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 13 May 2012, 22:58

Awesome, Thanks alot!
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Re: Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 15 Aug 2014, 09:34

Hi
Is there a profile that converts xbox to ps3,as

there seems to be more game profiles for the 360 than the PS3
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Re: Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 15 Aug 2014, 22:15

I just made some profiles for Wing Commander 1-3, but they were made for the Xbox One controller. I thought it would work interchangeably with the Xbox 360 controller, but it doesn't. Is there an easy way to make my profiles Xbox 360 compatible.
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Re: Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 31 Aug 2014, 11:59

Looks like it is time to revisit the Profile converter and update it to allow for new controller definitions.
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Re: Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 10 Oct 2014, 23:59

Yes, please! :D Xbox1
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Re: Profile Converter (Alpha)

Post » 12 Sep 2015, 11:32

Hello dear Oke_Doke.

Nice job, used Your Converter for Profile Creation on World of Warships.

I created a DS4/PS4 Controller Profile and was to lazy adding all for an XBO360 also...

If You could and if possible at all add an DS4 parser also.

I will paste here the .xpaddercontroller Content.

But there is a little bit about it. The DS4 has the PS-Button, it is like the Big Green X on the XBOX Controller, but is accepted as a normal Button.
also the Mouse pad has a button Number. The mouse pad is only a Button no movement nor left right mouse etc.

I tried to edit the script but I was a little confused, and also Lazy, to send you a finished parser...

Code: Select all
;--- Xpadder Controller File ---
DataType=Controller
Version=2015.01.01

[Button Locations]
Button1Location=373,118
Button2Location=413,159
Button3Location=454,118
Button4Location=414,76
Button5Location=68,30
Button6Location=414,29
Button7Location=181,1
Button8Location=306,1
Button9Location=145,64
Button10Location=326,64
Button11Location=151,193
Button12Location=340,193
Button13Location=243,224
Button14Location=239,55
DPadUpLocation=68,86
DPadRightLocation=100,118
DPadDownLocation=68,150
DPadLeftLocation=36,118
Stick1UpLocation=151,161
Stick1RightLocation=183,193
Stick1DownLocation=151,225
Stick1LeftLocation=119,193
Stick2UpLocation=328,161
Stick2RightLocation=398,193
Stick2DownLocation=328,225
Stick2LeftLocation=296,193

[Access]
DPadUpAccess=POV
DPadRightAccess=POV
DPadDownAccess=POV
DPadLeftAccess=POV
Stick1XAccess=Axis X
Stick1YAccess=Axis Y
Stick2XAccess=Axis Z
Stick2YAccess=Axis RZ

[Names]
Button1Name=Square Button
Button2Name=Cross Button
Button3Name=Circle Button
Button4Name=Triangle Button
Button5Name=Left Bumper
Button6Name=Right Bumper
Button7Name=Left Trigger
Button8Name=Right Trigger
Button9Name=Share Button
Button10Name=Options Button
Button11Name=Left Stick Down
Button12Name=Right Stick Down
Button13Name=Playstation Button
Button14Name=Mouse Pad Click
DPadName=DPad
DPadUpName=Up
DPadRightName=Right
DPadDownName=Down
DPadLeftName=Left
Stick1Name=Left Stick
Stick2Name=Right Stick
StickUpName=Up
StickRightName=Right
StickDownName=Down
StickLeftName=Left


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