Recently, a friend made me a Iktotchi model for use in roleplay in DAJ, he named the folders wrong but I was able to fix them due to skinning experience of my own, he didn't give me any sound files cos I didn't ask him and I had the files I needed.
I used the correct steps to import sounds to the model, even names the folders right and added correctly altered sounds.cfg files to the variation folders for my model but it is still saying 'Take that' even thought the .wav files are named correctly (taunt, taunt2, pain25, etc.), any idea why it isn't working?
I was importing a handful of Anakin sounds from the Republic At War mod for Empire at War:Forces of Corruption.
Anyone have any advice on fixing the problem?
I'm willing to bet the sound files aren't properly sampled, but let's make sure. Run the game, try using your model, open the console and see if there are any error reports in there written in red. If there are, what do they say?
sound/chars/astrocan/misc/death1.wav is a stereo file sound/chars/astrocan/misc/death2.wav is a stereo file sound/chars/astrocan/misc/death3.wav is a stereo file sound/chars/astrocan/misc/taunt2.wav is a stereo file sound/chars/astrocan/misc/taunt.wav is a stereo file sound/chars/astrocan/misc/taunt3.wav is a stereo file sound/chars/astrocan/misc/pain25.wav is a stereo file sound/chars/astrocan/misc/pain50.wav is a stereo file sound/chars/astrocan/misc/pain75.wav is a stereo file sound/chars/astrocan/misc/pain100.wav is a stereo file
Just as I thought. Sound files are in stereo format. They need to be at mono format and sampled at 44100 khz. Do you know how to do that?
You need a program, a sound editor, capable of converting sound files to different formats, like Audacity. Do you have something like that? If not, just Google it. It's free for download. :)
I'll download it and change to mono and 44100 kilohertz.
The program is fairly easy to use, but let me know if you get stuck somewhere.
Well I changed them all to mono and 44100 but they save as au files :/ how do I save them as .wav
You'll have to export them as .mp3 for those settings to work. Before you do that, download lame_enc.dll library. Audacity will ask you for it when you try to export a sound file in an .mp3 format for the first time, so you'll need to tell Audacity where to find it.
To export, go to File → Export As MP3 and work your way from there. Leave all the fields you can empty, especially the field where it offers you to write informations about the author. If Jedi Academy finds them, the sounds won't work.