A new feature in edit mode which will come in handy for custom option files
PES 2012 allows users to import and export individual teams, so user A could create his local team and share it with his friend, user B, without user B having to change his entire option file. The game also gives the option to only import certain elements, like the emblem and kits but not the player data.
I gave it a quick test this morning, and I'll try and explain it the best I can When you select export it asks you to select which team data you want to export, you then save it to a slot. There are 20 slots in total, and each individual export is saved to it's own file. On the 360, they're called 'TM_EXPORT01.bin' and so on.
Once exported, I tried to import my team over another existing PES team in the fake league.
As you can see, it's recorded the emblem, kits and player data.
Before proceeding with the next step, the game warns that a number of players will be moved from other teams if you select to import the player data as well. At this screen you can select to only import the kits/emblems, or you can continue with the full import.
The game lists the players that will need to be transferred. Selecting the bottom option gives you a breakdown of who will be overwritten when the import takes place
Blurry, but you get the idea You can select an individual player and choose to import over a blank 'Created Player' if you so wish instead.
After finishing with the player data, the kits are then imported and saved automatically into the next available slots.
And that's all there is too it. The process only takes a minute or two, and should help option file makers and those wanting to create their own custom file