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double_dwn
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posted 11-15-2000 02:46 PM     Profile for double_dwn   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
S! All,
I have been doing alot of wav editing lately and I need some serious help with slotting my sounds into EAW. I have used the snd2raw and raw2snd programs but my sounds keep causing the game to crash. After I have put one of my sound files into the main EAW directory and attempt to start the game, I get the message, "Failed to alloc DS Buffer, snd0010.snd" What am I doing wrong?? I have looked through the EAw archives and found some good threads on this topic but I still can't seem to get things right. I appreciate any help that you can send my way. Thanks!
DD, Rgr Out

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double_dwn
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posted 11-15-2000 08:50 PM     Profile for double_dwn   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
self-serving bump...

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Dave S
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posted 11-15-2000 09:26 PM     Profile for Dave S   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Could be recorded in the wrong format... not sure what it's suppose to be, but I think I remember reading 22KHZ PCM??

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SkyBoss
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posted 11-16-2000 11:16 PM     Profile for SkyBoss     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
S! Gents ..I thought that this was a good post to bump back to the front page..I am trying the same thing that double_dwn is doing with the snd files but we are stuck here .. So any thing you could give us would sure help ... Thanks...
SB....OUT....

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von_M
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posted 11-16-2000 11:23 PM     Profile for von_M   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post
Hmmmm..

Try recording the sounds (or converting) to 44,000Hz, 16 bit, in wav format. Then rename the filename.wav to filename.snd

I *think* that is the way you do it.. Like with the barracks music..

*Disclaimer* I take no responsibility for any damages cause from the following of my advice

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