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Old Mar 30, 2002, 11:53 PM
KnightRidah67 KnightRidah67 is offline
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So far I've burned one test, and it seemed to work. The only bugs that I need to work out are making the music loop, and making it louder. Also, I threw out lots of other songs on the game since my music was too big. So if anyone, anyone at all can send me a converter that makes things into .afs, I'd be able to fix all these problems. So please, if anybody at all has a tool that can do this, e-mail or post it up! Thanks
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Old Mar 31, 2002, 11:36 AM
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Using Adxencd heres how to loop adx files:
open a dos window.
change the directory where the program is, make sure the wav file you want to convert into adx is in the same folder.
example:
C:\*directory*\adxencd <wave filename>

In my case the directory was called ADX and the wav filename was 001.

you should see something like this:
C:\ADX>adxencd 001
|||||||||||| ADX Audio decompression tool Ver.4.61 ||||||||||
Software Audio Encoder for "CRI ADX FreeWare " 1999-07-16
1996-1999 CRI

Input sound data file: '001.wav'
ADX Compressed data file : '001.adx'
Sampling frequency : 44100 Hz = Input sound data
No. of channels : 2
Input audio sample : 9775872 smpl = 221.0 sec <44100 Hz>
ADX output sample : 9775872 smpl(Blk:9775872 smpl) = 221.0 sec <44100 Hz>

remember the sample number in this case it would be 9775872

after that run the command
adxencd <wave file> -lps0 -lpe<sample number>

example:
C:\ADX>adxencd 001 -lps0 -lpe9775872

thats all... hope that clears things
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aoubt that low quality sound. Im not sure.. my music came out fine.
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Old Apr 02, 2002, 11:46 PM
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ok, i've got all this done, but when i try to put all the stuff back together using nero to make an image, it says that its too big. So did the new music files have to be just as long as the originals, or is there a way to compress the music so it doesn't take as much space? Thanks for the looping steps.
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Old Apr 04, 2002, 12:10 AM
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is adxencd the best program to convert wavs to adx? bcuzz i HATE using DOS prompt, i used adxencd and it dont work
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Old Apr 04, 2002, 03:17 PM
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I'm gonna try this but I gotta find mvc2 i have it already but i wanna dl it to change my music.
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Old Apr 04, 2002, 08:48 PM
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i've still got all the files, i just can't make an image cuz the files are too big . . . most likely due to the new music. is there a way to compress the music files? a 4 min song is about 11 megs. any suggestions?
 

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