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Alstom Metropolis C751C
Although I have already started development of the train, it might take up to a year (maybe more) for the final release. The train project might also be abandoned.

This project is a derivative of Joey's C751A project v2.1 (final). Any problems encountered will be settled by me and I will not contact Joey for any problems.

All releases of the work will be licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International license, which will overwrite the IWMHOFL license adopted by Joey. You may redistribute and modify the work, provided you credit me (and possibly Joey), and state the changes made in your post. You may not monetize the work or any content based off it (eg. YouTube videos and modifications to the work).
All works based on this project must also have the same license. You may read the license here.

Main Modifications in This Project
•Changing of file system for easier modification later on
•Changing of seat and handle colour
•Changing of celing colour scheme from beige to white (like the C830).
•Changing colour of door closing indicator

I will update you with progress. The changing of file system will probably take the longest. I still have to photoshop the existing seats to change the colour.
(14 March 2016, 02:46 PM)hi1307 Wrote:   Show/Hide

The motor sound of the C751C is what that sets the train unique from the rest of the rolling stocks Smile Do try and make some changes to it
- SMB142J -
Chief Developer, SMB142J Studio Productions
Can anyone find an extremely loud video of the motor sound?
(15 March 2016, 11:56 AM)hi1307 Wrote:   Show/Hide

It would be best if you can record it yourself. 
- SMB142J -
Chief Developer, SMB142J Studio Productions
  • Changed power notches to 6
  • Brake notches to 8
  • Removed all the sound (it is really quiet now).
(15 March 2016, 11:56 AM)hi1307 Wrote:   Show/Hide

There are tons of C751C videos on YouTube.

From what I'm assuming is that you are unable to record them yourself (which is more preferable so as to avoid copyright issues). I guess you can try and ask for permission on videos you have found on YT, and improvise from its audio.

But it's definitely more preferable and more sensible to go out there and record the audio yourself.
Hi there! I am a railway technology enthusiast.

North South Line for openBVE [NB: MSP - BSH]
(15 March 2016, 03:06 PM)Mark4211 Wrote:   Show/Hide

I taped some of it, and converted it to wav to put inside (it's school holiday, I'm free).

I just want to point out that the C830 is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-No Derivative Works 3.0 Singapore License. You should consider revising the content you are using to void breaching the license.
Joey Foo
The web design/development guy.
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Useful links: Download openBVE / C751A
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(15 March 2016, 08:04 PM)joeyfjj Wrote:   Show/Hide

Whoops, should probably stop using content from that.
(15 March 2016, 04:27 PM)hi1307 Wrote:   Show/Hide

And in actual real life the train only hits up to 80km/h, not more than 100km/h. The thing that missing is that there's no motor sound and also the doors opening part should be like how the C751C open its doors sound, not the DTL platform gap announcement when opening the doors, which is very weird. Huh

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