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#1 12 years ago

[COLOR=blue]Ok guys, i have search many pages to find out how to place your own mp3's on sof2 while playing. So far this is the information i recieved:[/COLOR] // COPY 6 MP3s into 'demo' folder & name 1.mp3,2.mp3,3.mp3...etc set s_musicvolume "0.0" // default SOF music off set music0 "echo Press key again to ^1Start ; set musicnext vstr music1" set music1 "play 1.mp3; echo MP3 1; set musicnext vstr music2" set music2 "play 2.mp3; echo MP3 2; set musicnext vstr music3" set music3 "play 3.mp3; echo MP3 3; set musicnext vstr music4" set music4 "play 4.mp3; echo MP3 4; set musicnext vstr music5" set music5 "play 5.mp3; echo MP3 5; set musicnext vstr music6" set music6 "play 6.mp3; echo MP3 6; set musicnext vstr music1" set musicnext vstr music0 bind x "vstr beeper2; echo ^1Stop!" // Stop bind c "vstr musicnext" // Play set beeper2 "play sound\misc\menus\hilite1.wav" [COLOR=blue]Well i did what it says... placed my 6 mp3's on my "demos" folder... and named the mp3's as: 1.mp3, 2.mp3, 3.mp3, 4.mp3, 5.mp3, 6.mp3. And in my profile (.cfg) i wrote as told; [/COLOR]

bind x "vstr beeper2; echo ^1Stop!" // Stop bind c "vstr musicnext" // Play set s_musicvolume "0.0" // default SOF music off set music0 "echo Press key again to ^1Start ; set musicnext vstr music1" set music1 "play 1.mp3; echo MP3 1; set musicnext vstr music2" set music2 "play 2.mp3; echo MP3 2; set musicnext vstr music3" set music3 "play 3.mp3; echo MP3 3; set musicnext vstr music4" set music4 "play 4.mp3; echo MP3 4; set musicnext vstr music5" set music5 "play 5.mp3; echo MP3 5; set musicnext vstr music6" set music6 "play 6.mp3; echo MP3 6; set musicnext vstr music1" set musicnext vstr music0 set beeper2 "play sound\misc\menus\hilite1.wav" [COLOR=blue]Now when i press the 'c' key to play the music, it asks to press it again to play, so i do, but somehow.. it doesnt seem to find the music. So far i have reached no possible explanation to this problem.[/COLOR]

I have thought of a couple of things, such as that this way to do it, is wrong (Which so far i dont see how, cuz i do get response from it in the server [play, but no file found], as well as the stop [stop] ). Or that im doing something wrong.

[COLOR=red]If ANYONE of you out there, knows a way to help me, please do. Thank you.[/COLOR]




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#2 12 years ago

Hey Outlawz :]

Try putting the music files in your Base folder

I've gotten a simmialer script to work by putting them in the base folder




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#3 12 years ago

never thought of that. Ill try it out, see if it works.




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#4 12 years ago

This script is for SoF2 MP Demo

By demo they mean base so heres an updated version of your script

bind "vstr beeper2; echo ^1Stop!" // Stop bind "vstr musicnext" // Play set s_musicvolume "0.0" // default SOF music off set music0 "echo Press key again to ^1Start ; set musicnext vstr music1" set music1 "play 1.mp3; echo MP3 1; set musicnext vstr music2" set music2 "play 2.mp3; echo MP3 2; set musicnext vstr music3" set music3 "play 3.mp3; echo MP3 3; set musicnext vstr music4" set music4 "play 4.mp3; echo MP3 4; set musicnext vstr music5" set music5 "play 5.mp3; echo MP3 5; set musicnext vstr music6" set music6 "play 6.mp3; echo MP3 6; set musicnext vstr music1" set musicnext vstr music0 set beeper2 "play sound\misc\menus\hilite1.wav"

Press key again to ^1Start

You can change this to anything you want like

^D_.-={^fPress Play Key To Start Music^D}=-._

Anytime Outlawz you know i am on your msn why dont you just im me :]




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#5 12 years ago

Jake>? u stalker you :bows:




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#6 12 years ago

My MP3 script voor sof2 v1.03 (mp3's are placed in the \sof2\base\mp folder, and mp3's are renamed to 1.mp3 2.mp3 and so on)

set c5_00 "set c5_f vstr c5_01; music 1" set c5_01 "set c5_f vstr c5_02; music 2" set c5_02 "set c5_f vstr c5_03; music 3" set c5_03 "set c5_f vstr c5_04; music 4" set c5_04 "set c5_f vstr c5_05; music 5" set c5_05 "set c5_f vstr c5_06; music 6" set c5_06 "set c5_f vstr c5_07; music 7" set c5_07 "set c5_f vstr c5_08; music 8" set c5_08 "set c5_f vstr c5_09; music 9" set c5_09 "set c5_f vstr c5_10; music 10" set c5_10 "set c5_f vstr c5_11; music 11" set c5_11 "set c5_f vstr c5_12; music 12" set c5_12 "set c5_f vstr c5_13; music 13" set c5_13 "set c5_f vstr c5_14; music 14" set c5_14 "set c5_f vstr c5_15; music 15" set c5_15 "set c5_f vstr c5_00; music 16" set c5_f "vstr c5_00" // Default bind F4 "vstr c5_f" // next song

set c6_00 "s_musicvolume 1.0; set com2 vstr c6_01" set c6_01 "s_musicvolume 0.0; set com2 vstr c6_00" set com2 "vstr c6_00" // Default bind f5 "vstr com2" // Mute or unmute




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#7 12 years ago

Winamp > weird scripts




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#8 12 years ago
LeTHaL BaNaNaWinamp > weird scripts

yep agreed. turn the game music down and use winamp ot something like that. most keyboard have media controls on them nowadays. so it is easy to create a play list and use the keyboards media keys to goto what ever you want without messing with the game. also it works with most other games to. ;) good call LB




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#9 12 years ago

hi, i suggest you copy your mp3s to base/mp or base/. Alternativ you could also change the paths of your mp3s in your config (play demos/1.mp3, etc). // sry for the post i didnt see the replies first...




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#10 12 years ago
goody10yep agreed. turn the game music down and use winamp ot something like that. most keyboard have media controls on them nowadays. so it is easy to create a play list and use the keyboards media keys to goto what ever you want without messing with the game. also it works with most other games to. ;) good call LB

Media keys ftw :lol:

But still, you can set global shortcuts in winamp, that even function INSIDE sof2 iirc.




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