Discussion in 'Audio Dialogue' started by HenrikTheExplorer, Aug 31, 2014.
I'm completely new to this, how do setup audio dialogue? any guides?
i'm pretty sure you just load it through SWF.
I assume he wanted to know how to actually create an audio dialogue. Even so, there are users, including myself, who tend to forget the proper way to load them into SDT, seeing as how .SWF files CAN be loaded through the dialogue option as well as the SWF mod option. However, the audio only triggers after loading it from the correct option.
So, just for clarity sake, you load the audio file through dialogue or swf?
Through SWF. Loading through dialogue will get you text, but no (extra) sounds.
Is there any way to edit the Text that its inside an audio dialogue swf file? Thnx in advance
could take a guess..
decompile swf, change various lines you want changed, recompile swf
however, this won't change the audio of what is said, just the text.
I'm having an issue, I load the Kidnapped Daughter audio mod as an SWF but am not getting any actual audio beyond the vanilla audio.
im having the same issue as the guy above
me too. Im having the same problem as the guy above haha. i have watched every god damn tutorial i could find but i still cant config the mp3. to swf through SDT game. please help
Which guy? There are at least two separate problems mentioned in this thread.
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If you want to play an audio dialogue SWF file, then you'll need to open the in-game menu. Switch to the "Modding" tab. Click the "Swf mod..." button. A browse window will appear. Locate your SWF file and choose it. The mod will take effect immediately.
If you've downloaded an audio dialogue SWF but you're having trouble using the file, then please create a new Help thread with a description of the problem. Try to include as much information as possible (screenshots, filenames, things you've tried, a set of steps which consistently reproduce the problem, which version of the game you're running, what you expect to happen VS what actually happens, etc).
If you have a set of MP3 files that you're trying to convert into a SWF then this is the wrong thread. Please go here instead.
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