Changing Menu music -1 reply

  • 1
  • 2

Please wait...

alexrdias

I'm just cool to Post

50 XP

3rd May 2008

0 Uploads

45 Posts

0 Threads

#1 7 years ago

I've followed this tutorial (named my .mp3 file "mymusic.mp3" to simplify the process), but I get the same original music all the time.

Can anyone help me out?

Thanks in advance.




jk3editor

Retard Hungarian Modder

50 XP

21st August 2008

0 Uploads

1,520 Posts

0 Threads

#2 7 years ago

Do you get the same original? That means that yours don't rewrite the original, maybe you didn't place it to the right place. You could share the whole pk3 which u put in base (and contains this thing), and I can check it for you.




alexrdias

I'm just cool to Post

50 XP

3rd May 2008

0 Uploads

45 Posts

0 Threads

#3 7 years ago
jk3editor;5579955Do you get the same original? That means that yours don't rewrite the original, maybe you didn't place it to the right place. You could share the whole pk3 which u put in base (and contains this thing), and I can check it for you.

I made three different .pk3. One for the single player, the other for multiplayer, and another for the music. Which one do you want me to share?

Thanks in advance.

EDIT: Here they are:

File 1

File 2

File 3




alexrdias

I'm just cool to Post

50 XP

3rd May 2008

0 Uploads

45 Posts

0 Threads

#4 7 years ago

Did you got the files?




Guest

I didn't make it!

0 XP

 
#5 7 years ago

I just downloaded and tried opening your files to see what's wrong with them. I have tried three different programs (7-Zip, WinZip and WinRAR), but neither of them can open any of the files. .pk3 files can usually be opened with those programs, but your files are giving out errors.

What program did you use to create those files?




alexrdias

I'm just cool to Post

50 XP

3rd May 2008

0 Uploads

45 Posts

0 Threads

#6 7 years ago

WinRAR. Are you sure you can't open them? I've just downloaded and they opened with no problem.




~*Seto*~

Trapped in the interchet

50 XP

19th October 2007

0 Uploads

334 Posts

0 Threads

#7 7 years ago

I also could not open them, not to mention the size of each is only 2kb. If you used WinRAR, you may have compressed them in the wrong format, so try remaking them as .zip files, then you can simply rename the zip to pk3.




alexrdias

I'm just cool to Post

50 XP

3rd May 2008

0 Uploads

45 Posts

0 Threads

#8 7 years ago
~*Seto*~;5579995I also could not open them, not to mention the size of each is only 2kb. If you used WinRAR, you may have compressed them in the wrong format, so try remaking them as .zip files, then you can simply rename the zip to pk3.

They only have 2KB because it's only a simple wordpad file inside.

Try these (they are in ZIP though):

File 1 File 2 File 3




Guest

I didn't make it!

0 XP

 
#9 7 years ago

No luck. I've used the same programs as before and neither of them can open any of your files. Each one gives out an error.




alexrdias

I'm just cool to Post

50 XP

3rd May 2008

0 Uploads

45 Posts

0 Threads

#10 7 years ago

Could any kind soul send me a pk3 file with the edited files then? The music can be named mymp3.mp3 just like in the tutorial. Then I would only need to copy the pk3 file with the music to the base folder.

Thanks in advance.

P.S: Unless I've read the tutorial wrong, the music file should be just on a pk3 file, without any folder or anything else, right?




  • 1
  • 2