Knytt Stories DS

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Mar 12, 2010

Knytt Stories DS by Dangy at 7:30 PM (983 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. Dangy
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    Member Dangy Twisting Your Mind & Smashing Your Dreams

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    So, I got some custom levels for my DS, but I need some help converting the ogg files to mp3.


    The readme tells me to do this:

    # Launch Audacity

    * Follow the Audacity manual in order to know how to use it.

    # For every .ogg file in the music folder:

    1. Load the Song.ogg file (example: Song1.ogg)
    2. Tracks -> Stereo to Mono
    3. Tracks -> Resample (change to 22050)
    4. Project Rate [toolbar located in the bottom-left part of the application] (change to 22050)
    5. If the volume of the track is not very high, use Effect -> Amplify to increase it
    * (The volume of the DS is lower than the volume of the PC, so in most cases it is better to increase the volume of a track)
    6. File -> Export... -> Save as: Mp3 -> Options: Bit Rate (select Constant), Quality (select 48 kbps), Channel Mode (select Stereo), to file Song.mp3 (example: Song1.mp3) in the same directory of the Song.ogg file.

    But I'm not going to open audacity 100 times to covert all of the music files to mp3. So is there an easier way of doing this? Or files uploaded somewhere that are already covered?
     
  2. AAcrazyman

    Member AAcrazyman GBAtemp Regular

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    I've used Audacity quite a lot. You could upload the ogg files, and I could try and help you convert them.
     
  3. Dangy
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    Member Dangy Twisting Your Mind & Smashing Your Dreams

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    Really?

    Okay, I'll try to get them uploaded soon. There are a lot of files...

    I just don't see why they insist that I use audacity. I'm just converting files, it should just use a simple converter.
     
  4. AAcrazyman

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    Ummm.... how many mp3's are there anyway?
     
  5. Dangy
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    Member Dangy Twisting Your Mind & Smashing Your Dreams

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    Well, I've got around 6-7 new levels.

    Some of them have no music, and some have up to seven music files.

    Also, these are OGG's, that need to be converted to MP3's, one by one.
     
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    Maybe you could use the LAME mp3 encoder thing and just make a .bat file to automatically convert all of your ogg files. (Never tried it before, but I'm kind of sure it is very possible)
     
  7. Dangy
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    I have no idea how to make a .bat file. But that WOULD be perfect...
     

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