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Hello, our new team in the Amsterdam development studio is looking for an Encoder (Technical Artist) to support asset production for Bohemia Interactive games. You would contribute to the successful Arma 3 sandbox and be on board for new titles on the horizon. We are very interested to hear from multi-talented developers who have an eye for quality and apply precise work methods. Configuring: setting up asset behaviors, encoding properties, balancing parameters, etc. Scripting: supplementing engine behavior with scripted systems, using batch operations, etc. Animating: setting up animated components on assets, applying dynamic texturing methods, etc. Prototyping: trying new concepts in-game quickly, creating asset placeholders, etc. Structuring: organizing assets in consistent data structures, applying naming conventions Pipelines: preparing assets for our games and the underlying proprietary engines Evaluation: inspecting your work in-game, tweaking and iterating, and enjoying the results! Requirements An understanding of class inheritance concepts Strong focus on quality, precision and details Familiar with performance constraints and optimization techniques Able to operate autonomously and to make responsible decisions about time management and priorities Quickly able to learn new tools, methods and pipelines Experience with game development Good written and spoken English A willingness to work in Amsterdam, The Netherlands Welcomed Skills Experience with Arma (3) / Real Virtuality engine and the relevant tools, scripting language, game & model configuration files Experience with 3D modelling software (e.g. Max, Maya, MODO, etc.) Scripting abilities in 3D software packages (e.g. HLSL, Cg, Max script, Flash, Java, etc.) Game scripting / programming skills in languages like SQF, Python or C# and IEDs like Unity or Unreal Engine Familiar with effective polygon use, UV sets, mesh optimization and surface lighting An understanding of the full game development cycle and iterative development methodologies Experience with mastering and distributing game builds Experience with versioning and revision control systems (e.g. SVN) Experience with Atlassian information systems (Confluence / JIRA) Experience with working in teams, across multiple physical locations A passion for games We Offer An opportunity to work on popular game franchises Possibilities to directly influence the final products A great and friendly atmosphere in a small team Jumping on board a new studio adventure from the beginning Possibilities for skill development and growth in a dynamic company Competitive salary and benefits Get all of our games for free The satisfaction of seeing your work being appreciated by enthusiastic gamers worldwide Flexible working hours Get all of our games for free The satisfaction of seeing your work being appreciated by enthusiastic gamers worldwide Flexible working hours Please contact us at email@example.com.
Ok so, about a week ago I get on to play Arma 3 after not playing for maybe 3 days, and I have no sound. Before I did and I changed nothing in settings and now magically I don't. I can hear people talking in global and etc, but cant hear things like bullets, vehicles, character sounds and all that stuff. I have checked the sound settings in volume mixer and nothing is wrong, I have also checked ingame sound settings and all of them are up. I have reinstalled the game 2 times, deleted the Arma 3 folder all together, and nothing helped. Please help me with my problem. :( Update: I have sound in other games on steam, and I have tried using other headphones and tried using no headphones. I can hear others talking in global and etc. so it has to be something in the game. Update: I have Nvidia drivers, and all of mine are up to date.