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Necromancer_YU

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#1 16 years ago

I will make sound mod for Generals for all of three parties. It will be changed in this row: America - will stay american voices with little diference GLA - will have prefix, suffix Saddam and something + China - will be Russian/Serbian language instead It will be fun, i think

What do I need help about? Can someone help me in naming those files.. Like [bgatweab.wav]? Is there somewhere site with all this naming codes that I can use?

Thanks :deal:

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cyph3r

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#2 16 years ago

I don't think there are any sites that lists all da sound files....the most you can do is look at factionunit.ini or factionbuilding.ini or any other ini files and see which sound file they use for talking etc




Cammy

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#3 16 years ago

Just look in the Speech.ini and Voice.ini there you will find all Files listed to the Units :)




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#4 16 years ago

OK, thanks. I found something i could use. If you want to hear a preview of speech mode @: OVERLORD PREVIEW SPEECH

AND Please rename it to zip once you downloaded file.

Read readme.txt :dance:




Cammy

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#5 16 years ago

very cool :) how did you made that File?? Does anyone know where i can find the Sound Files to download from Red Alert 2??




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#6 16 years ago

it's only a wave file.You can record that if you have a microphone,and edit it with a sound editor

p.s. where could i get a good editor?




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#7 16 years ago

;) Well, I use Sound Forge 6. That's one of the best audio editing tool. I think...

From Red Alert2? I dunno, maybe some editor of compiled file would help, like in General's case - BIG editor for compiled .big files.

Dunno where to look for.....

How do you like the sound of: "After one war..."

That will be next map I'm preparing. There will be 2 fraction +

War in a war.... 4 plyrs.... Download Screenshots @: http://vreme.itgo.com/KILLER/screen.class and PLEASE RENAME IT TO .ZIP AFTER DOWNLOADING

I don't know will I add scripts in it. It's cool for LAN, dunno vs CPU. What do you think? :rock: