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Audio Mod

Discussion in 'Help' started by bumchackbum, Apr 16, 2012.

  1. bumchackbum

    bumchackbum Potential Patron

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    Is there a way to do an audio mod ?
    I just want to change the existing Soundfiles with better ones.
    No new scripting or dialog, just new sound files for the old one.
    Is this possible ?
     
  2. anonymous

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    Hasn't this been asked before? By someone with a similar name nevertheless?
     
  3. bumchackbum

    bumchackbum Potential Patron

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    yes... this was me a while ago.
    But i cant find the thread and so far i remember there was no real answer.
    So here is the question again ;)
     
  4. ModGuy

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    Not unless:
    You use a SWF editor to replace out the sounds.
    You write some AS3 code to swap it out.

    I suggest you do the former, although finding a tool is to you.
     
  5. bumchackbum

    bumchackbum Potential Patron

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    The only tool i have found to edit a swf file is this one : Flash Decompiler Trillix
    But everytime i try to edit the Soundfiles the programm crashes !??!
    I´ve tried it on two different PCs with the same crash.

    Actionscript is new land for me.

    Maybe an other way or an other SWF Editor ?
     
  6. ModGuy

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    The sound files are stored within the SWF, this requires us to change them either by replacing the files or by swapping them at runtime.
    So no, there isn't any other away AFAIK.
    As for finding another SWF editor, there are other options but that's up to you to find.

    One of the easier ones to use is Url Action Editor, although I can't remember if that allows you to change sounds too.
    Good luck finding an up to date copy of that.
     
  7. anonymous

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    I swear I'm having deja vu
     
  8. bumchackbum

    bumchackbum Potential Patron

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    Maybe when i upload the audiofiles with the same names and spex, someone here in the forum can swap them ?
     
  9. ModGuy

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    So we're just going to completely ignore what I just said?
    There isn't any user here who can modify SWF files, so far.
    Uploading the sounds would just be a waste of time.

    Spend some time looking for things yourself instead of throwing out ideas.
     
  10. bumchackbum

    bumchackbum Potential Patron

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    sorry for misunderstanding you...

    I have seen that you are writing swf files for adding audio to the custom dialogue.
    Can you give me a little help or a tutorial so i can do this on my own `?
     
  11. anonymous

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    No he is not, he never has.

    Kona implemented an official way to implement Audio for dialogues. I appear to be the only person who does it, there is a template, it is very self explanatory.
     
  12. Shabbyfan1990

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    Maybe i am blind or only a very bad searcher, but i cant find the template.