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- TUTORIAL - CHAPTER 1: Adding new music in Freelancer.

Here you find the different tutorials on editing and MODing Freelancer

Post Mon Sep 17, 2007 2:04 am

Grave-digging useful info is NOT an offence!

Heigh-Ho! Heigh-Ho! It's off to dig we go!

Post Tue Sep 18, 2007 9:44 pm

I know a very good audio converter i use for almost any music conversion of any type.

It is called Switch. Get it here.

Post Thu Sep 20, 2007 1:48 am

Just to direct this thread back onto the right path...

There is a lot of misleading information in the forum on this topic. Uncompressed wav files work fine, but they are way too big.

I wasted 2 days finding out what was bad info, so don't waste your time too.

NCH's Switch conversions seem to work (I only tried 3-4 files) but it lies about sample rates, sets the wrong sample rate and makes files twice the size they need to be.

Here's the easiest way, it takes less than a minute per file to compress and convert new music for Freelancer, and you need only Sound Recorder, which is already in your Windows installation for every language:-Easy Reliable Way to make New Music Files

All the best

Edited by - StarTrader on 9/20/2007 2:49:31 AM

Post Tue Oct 02, 2007 12:45 am

Check out my post here about Freelancer's Audio system:

http://www.lancersreactor.com/t/forum/t ... ng&M=False

Agreed with above....there is a much better way to encode the audio (using Mpeg3 within the WAV container).
My post also allows you to encode higher than the default 56kbit/s of Sound Recorder
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