ConfigUsbloader game select volume

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by DVS, Jan 3, 2010.

  1. DVS
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    DVS Advanced Member

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    Everytime I load ConfigUsbloader, then I choose a game, the loader plays a clip(music) from the game. I would like to reduce that volume as it's soo loud. Is there a way to configure that volume?
     
  2. jakl_53

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    Lol the volume button on your remote for tv?
     
  3. DVS
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    I knew someone was going to say that. [​IMG]
     
  4. usptactical

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    Not without recompiling the source.
     
  5. DVS
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    And that source would probably be the game iso itself. I guess this volume issue only bothers me because "search" reveals no questions regarding this. Back to using the tv remote. [​IMG]
     
  6. usptactical

    usptactical GBAtemp Fan

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    No, the "source" is the cfg loader source code.

    Specifically, in Menu_Boot() change this:
    SND_SetVoice(1, fmt, snd.rate, 0,
    snd.dsp_data, snd.size,
    255,255, //volume,volume,
    NULL); //DataTransferCallback

    To something like this:
    SND_SetVoice(1, fmt, snd.rate, 0,
    snd.dsp_data, snd.size,
    100,100, //volume,volume,
    NULL); //DataTransferCallback
     
  7. DVS
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    Thanks for the reply. I don't know how to read the source code. I you can explain how then that would be great. If it is too complicated then I will live with the tv remote to lower the volume. Anyways thanks for the info.
     
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