Help with EBOOT SND0 files

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Dec 20, 2008

Help with EBOOT SND0 files by Raiser at 7:58 AM (1,917 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. Raiser
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    Member Raiser I am mad scientist.

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    Hey there,

    I've been trying to make SND0 files for my EBOOTS but somewhere along the line, something messes up.
    I've tried specifically what guides tell me to do, but I still can't get them to work.

    Can someone make a looping AT3 file for me (20 seconds with a fade out)?
    http://rapidshare.com/files/175084889/Hard_Battle.mp3

    Thanks
     
  2. scooochie4

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    Have you tried adding the audio to an icon1.pmf? That's how I usually do it
     
  3. cozy

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    Awesome, it worked!! Thanks a lot cozy. ^^

    If you don't mind, can you tell me what programs/codecs you used and what steps you took? Thanks! [​IMG]

    EDIT: I tried again, but I can't get it to work. Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong?

    1) I have an mp3 of the file I want. I open it in Audacity.
    2) I trim the file to nearly 20 seconds. Sample format is 32-bit float (not sure if this matters)
    3) I export the new file as a WAV file.
    4) Open the new WAV file in Sound Recorder.
    5) Save as a WAV file with ATRAC3 and 66kbps STEREO - 8kb/s
    6) I rename the newly formed WAV from "Feel my Blade.wav" to "SNDO.AT3".
    7) Open my FFIX EBOOT (it's a good EBOOT, nothing wrong with it, but it has no default .AT3 file).
    8) Import my SNDO.AT3 file into the correct spot and press Go...
    9) Resave in another directory and the new EBOOT is formed.
    10) Replace the EBOOT on my PSP, view it in my PSP, but nothing plays (yes, the volume is on).

    Where did I go wrong? :s
     
  5. Raiser
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    Meh, may as well just ask.

    This is probably the last WAV I need turned into a workable ATRAC3 (AT3) file.
    If anyone could do it, I will be grateful. ^^

    http://rapidshare.com/files/184134770/Feel_My_Blade.wav

    Thanks so much!

    EDIT: Again, the same as before, I already did the fade in/out I just need it looped and in AT3 x)
     
  6. cozy

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    here you are :_

    http://rapidshare.com/files/184535328/Loop...el_My_Blade.at3


    Use Google to find out about creating "ATRAC AT3 Sound for EBOOTS " or " custom eboots "

    and you need to save it as at3 @ 66kbps
     
  7. Raiser
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    Once again, thanks cozy. [​IMG]

    Yeah, I believe I do the steps right, but I dunno..
    I guess I'm missing something. After all, I don't even have any part where I loop the song. O.o
     

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