sound wavs not working

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i was wondering if there was some codec or something i need to make wav files for this game with, i tryed uploading a few sounds from a dbz fighting game for the snes which i recorded but the sounds just dont want to play in the game, the old sounds still work though just the ones i replace that are totaly silent
 
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If the original sounds work, and the ones you created don't, the most logical reason would be that you're not saving them in the correct format.

I'm not 100% sure (this is off memory) but I believe the .wavs have to be 16-bit 8000 Hz mono.
 
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Sound files must be in "wav" format.

Sound files must be 22 040 Hz, 8bit and mono

Waves need two "cue points" - at the start and end - in order to loop.

Sounds should be in folder \sierra\half-life\valve\sound (before \sierra\ place whatever drive it is installed to). To keep things tidy, I prefer using the ambience folder for ambient sounds.
It tells you on Valve Collective.
 
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shoot, i need an audio program that will record from line out and is free and will do these files then, they never make it easy do they :(
 
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evirustheslaye said:
shoot, i need an audio program that will record from line out and is free and will do these files then, they never make it easy do they :(
you can use the generic sound recorder from windows. when you save it choose the proper format
 
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I use Goldwave, it is a really good program. The version you can download is a trial (you can do everything in it as the full version) or you can buy it.
 

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