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Scarlett

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#1 13 years ago

I have read tuts and they still confuse me. I am having a problem trying to add music into my map. Is there anyone who can simplify how to add music. I just plain out... DONT KNOW HOW. LoL Please help. Thankyou Scarlett




supermie

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#2 13 years ago

Select a lovely big brush. Press N. In the first box "classname" put music, in the second box "value" put music ( thats the name of folder with music in, in the pk3 ) theb song.mp3, so e.g. music/mymusic.mp3 or music/haha.mp3




TK 409er

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#3 13 years ago
supermieSelect a lovely big brush.

select a worldspawn brush.




Scarlett

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#4 13 years ago

Okay, I have to be the dumbest person in the world with Radiant. I still cant get it to work. I think I am doomed with adding music to my map.




yendor1

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#5 13 years ago

ok, first i read this post looking how to figure out how to add music. I wanted to add my custom music. At first i tried what you guys said to do. Well, it didnt work for me. then i compared the custom music i wanted to use with someones elses that worked for their map. Well, i found that the music i wanted to use was joint stero. I think it needs to be stereo and 44100 hz 128 kbps. I used Goldwave to fix it. Then it worked. Hope this may fill some light in.... just search for goldwave on google or something if you are having the same problem.




Inyri Forge VIP Member

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#6 13 years ago

Indeed, music must be sampled at 44100hz and in stereo, contrary to every other audio type. Check your music to make sure it's stereo and sampled at 44100 -- if one of those is wrong, that may solve your problem.




Solomander

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#7 13 years ago

if you have a sound recorder you can go fetch audacity and export recordings as mp3 and play them off your comp as wavs while recording better check formats and you can export at the right rate. but you need lame_enc.dll for taht its on the site some where... :google:




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#8 13 years ago

http://www.nch.com.au/wavepad/ One program for your recording needs, totally free. You can record with it and save as MP3. You can also resample, though as I recall I found it somewhat confusing. Then again since I have two other audio programs I never tried very hard.