Question about WAD music

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Nov 15, 2008
  1. LegendaryXM90
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    How would I go about unpacking a .wad file to change its music and then repacking it with no errors?

    It's because a lot of the new backup loader channels use that awful Internet Channel-esque chime and it bugs me to have channels have identical music.
     
  2. djtaz

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    you can open this in internet explorer

    http://www.iol.ie/~taz/wii/banner.mht

    Should tell you all you need to know and tools are there for download ... careful not to brick your wii [​IMG]
     
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    Thanks, taz! [​IMG]

    I'll check this out.
     
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    Not sure if the sound needs to be exact or not , but i doubt it

    Editing the sound.bin for Custom Sounds at Channel Entrance (NEW!)

    1. Find the sound that you want, all audio files are supported.

    2. Open audacity.exe, press ctl+o and load your sound file.

    3. Cut out a sound portion that is just under 10 seconds long.

    4. Click "file" and select "Export as WAV..." name the file anything and save it to the "tools" folder. Close Audacity.

    5. Right click the .WAV you just created and rename it to "sound.bin". Make sure the extension changed and not just the file name.

    6. Open MD5Sig.exe and point it towards the sound.bin you created.

    7. Repack the 00000000.app with the new sound.bin. (You must use the u8packer included in the new pack of tools.)

    8. Install with wad manager.
     

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