Launching & logging into EVE from RenderDoc

Wasn’t sure where to put this. This seemed like the appropriate place.

For those of you that aren’t familiar with RenderDoc, it’s a tool that can be used to debug DX11 applications. I’m not a programmer, so I don’t know the exact or correct terminology. I want to use RenderDoc to extract 3d models from the EVE client for art purposes. This is the problem I run into though:

I can launch the EVE client from RenderDoc, but I can’t access my login screen due to invalid SSO tokens. From what I understand, a unique token is created everytime a user logins through the EVE launcher. So logging in only works with the launcher (which makes sense), so I can’t use RenderDoc.

I could use a global hook option, but I’m afraid if using a global hook on the EVE client, it would get me banned. Maybe if I tried a global hook while logging into SISI? :confused: :man_shrugging:

Any use of CCP intellectual property beyond what is expressly authorized in the EULA and TOS will likely require permission. If permission is granted, there will be a way to get the models without hacking the client.

By making “fan art,” I don’t believe I would be violating the EULA.

I’m more interested in how to extract models from the EVE client, and if something intrusive like a global hook would be allowed (if not on TQ, then on SISI).

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