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FPSC Classic Scripts / need muisc in game

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300 win mag
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Posted: 19th Feb 2006 06:15
need some help on getting muisc in the game with soundzones is it possable?

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Avenging Eagle
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Posted: 19th Feb 2006 19:10
Yes, it is possible. Get your sound, make sure it's in either .wav or .ogg format then copy it or save it into a directory of your choice in the audiobank folder.

Open up FPSC and place your soundzone by selecting "Soundzone" from the markers menu. Place it and right click twice, once to cancel the place soundzone action (unless you want to place more than one), then again on top of your soundzone. It should come up with a properties box. Then scroll down to "sound0" and select your sound by browsing the audiobank.

Click OK and that should be it, remember you sound must be .wav or .ogg format.

Hope this helps,
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Posted: 19th Feb 2006 22:57
but i have limewire will it work?

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300 win mag
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Posted: 19th Feb 2006 23:05
and how do you copy it or save it into a directory in the audiobank sorry for the troble

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300 win mag
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Posted: 19th Feb 2006 23:20
where can i get wav or ogg?

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big_Knucks
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Posted: 20th Feb 2006 15:17
Limewire is just a peer-to-peer downloading program. You can download audio, but you will need an audio editing program to convert Mp3 format to .wav or .ogg format. Adobe Audition can do it. Along with a few free programs. Fruity Loops might be able to do such a thing, and there is a free version of it. Look it up.

Hope it helps.
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Posted: 20th Feb 2006 15:20
Oh yeah, and to copy it just press Ctrl+c when the audio clip is highlighted(to copy), then Ctrl+v to paste when in the audio directory.

Happy developing!
300 win mag
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Posted: 20th Feb 2006 19:35
thanks dude your a life saver

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