Jump to content

Photo

Lego Star Wars Modding!


  • Please log in to reply
54 replies to this topic

#31
le717

This site is down. is there another link for this?

Sigh. Another day, another time we find out IP.Board trashed his post edit.

 

http://will.kirk.by/...tStandalone.zip

 

There. ;)



#32
venge329

venge329

    Newbie

  • Members
  • Pip
  • 2 posts

This site is down. is there another link for this?

Sigh. Another day, another time we find out IP.Board trashed his post edit.

 

http://will.kirk.by/...tStandalone.zip

 

There. ;)

Thank you good sir! :D I've seem to run into a problem :/ It just flashes a MDOS screen (tiny black screen) for a brief second and goes away :(

Just tried running as admind and in all Vista and XP compatiblitity modes. Im running windows 7 x64 :P



#33
McJobless

 

This site is down. is there another link for this?

Sigh. Another day, another time we find out IP.Board trashed his post edit.

 

http://will.kirk.by/...tStandalone.zip

 

There. ;)

Thank you good sir! :D I've seem to run into a problem :/ It just flashes a MDOS screen (tiny black screen) for a brief second and goes away :(

Just tried running as admind and in all Vista and XP compatiblitity modes. Im running windows 7 x64 :P

Have you tried dragging the .dat files onto the program?



#34
cortez72

cortez72

    Newbie

  • Members
  • Pip
  • 1 posts

http://will.kirk.by/...tStandalone.zip

Enjoy!

"Open With..." or pass the filename(s) via commandline if you're that kinda person.

This site is down. is there another link for this?

I'm new one here, but I'm using this:
http://heanet.dl.sou...extract_201.exe

It's a Game extractor and can open various data files from many games. I had no problems with LSW2.



#35
Rock Raider fan no.1

Rock Raider fan no.1

    Hello condiment boy!

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 430 posts

Does anyone know how to change the music on LSWII? I've been trying, but it's not working. (renaming .ogg files to .wgt mostly....)



#36
McJobless

That's a weird situation. I don't have the game so I can't run the audio through a Hex Editor to find the format details, but I can tell you there would be no way they would just be renamed .ogg files.

#37
Rock Raider fan no.1

Rock Raider fan no.1

    Hello condiment boy!

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 430 posts

I asked if anyone knew how... I'm not sure that answers my question.

 

One question: I opened up a random .wgt file in PSPad, and the top says this: 52494646C433ED0057415645666D7420, which (converted from an online hex2string converter) says: RIFFÄ3í�WAVEfmt 

 

Is that the format details?



#38
McJobless

I asked if anyone knew how... I'm not sure that answers my question.

If you want help, don't take an attitude with me. I don't take kindly to people who think they've got any power when in reality they don't.
 

One question: I opened up a random .wgt file in PSPad, and the top says this: 52494646C433ED0057415645666D7420, which (converted from an online hex2string converter) says: RIFFÄ3í�WAVEfmt 
 
Is that the format details?

I would have just used the Hex Editor to get the Hex code instead of doing the PSPad method (which can give you corrupt information), but thankfully part of what I need is there. The file is a .wav file but without the rest of the header I can't figure out the full codec. It does look like WWise, though, which may mean you need to use wwise2ogg (again, I need to see the full header to determine if you can use the old codebins or if you need to use the new a06 ones) and revorb to properly convert the file.

tl;dr I think I know what to do but to be sure I need you to upload a file you want to extract and I'll take a look at it.

#39
Rock Raider fan no.1

Rock Raider fan no.1

    Hello condiment boy!

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 430 posts

If you want help, don't take an attitude with me. I don't take kindly to people who think they've got any power when in reality they don't.

 

Sorry, McJobless. I didn't mean to offend you. I don't really want to talk like that to anyone anyway, and I didn't know you'd be offended.

 

 

The file is a .wav file but without the rest of the header I can't figure out the full codec. It does look like WWise, though, which may mean you need to use wwise2ogg (again, I need to see the full header to determine if you can use the old codebins or if you need to use the new a06 ones) and revorb to properly convert the file. tl;dr I think I know what to do but to be sure I need you to upload a file you want to extract and I'll take a look at it.

 

 

So, what is this wwise2ogg, exactly? 

 

EDIT: Isn't uploading the music illegal?



#40
McJobless

Sorry, McJobless. I didn't mean to offend you. I don't really want to talk like that to anyone anyway, and I didn't know you'd be offended.

Nowhere near offended, but I don't like having tone from people who ask for help. Seems rather backwards to me.
 
 

So, what is this wwise2ogg, exactly?

A program (it's actually called ww2ogg, typo on my behalf, sorry) used to convert audio files in the WWise format, made by the legendary hcs. Most developers use WWise as their audio system nowadays, so give the case for your game a quick scan to see if you can find the WWise logo (something similar to this: http://www.izotope.c.../wwise_logo.png).

The big problem is that recently they overhauled the format, so while hcs was thankfully able to build a new codebin for converting the newer format, it's difficult to determine which games use the new one and which use the old one. You'd have to try them both, and whichever produces an .ogg file that works with revorb is the winner.

#41
Rock Raider fan no.1

Rock Raider fan no.1

    Hello condiment boy!

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 430 posts

I manage to do it by just renaming a .wav file to .wtg!!!!!!! This was sooooo much simpler than I thought!



#42
McJobless

350x197px-LL-1887dde5_wait_what.gif

I feel so...dirty.
  • Lair thanked this

#43
Rock Raider fan no.1

Rock Raider fan no.1

    Hello condiment boy!

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 430 posts

Why?



#44
McJobless

Go read the last couple of posts between yourself and I.

#45
Rock Raider fan no.1

Rock Raider fan no.1

    Hello condiment boy!

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 430 posts

I'm confused... Do you feel dirty because of the acidity between each other, or the fact the solution was so simple?