"The file sound.bin can not be compressed LZ77."

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Jul 7, 2008
  1. KeithNJ
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    Why can't sound.bin be compressed? It's the only thing stopping me from having a near-proffesional Earthbound Zero Wad. [​IMG] If it cant be fixed than damn..
     
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    Because u8packer v.0.0.8 dont work with compresed sound.bin.

    You can try Paradox packer... but ... xD
     
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    So am I pretty much screwed for trying it that way? Is there a way to decompress the sound.bin?
     
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    A few things.... first of all... STOP MAKING A MILLION TOPICS!

    Secondly, STOP MAKING A MILLION TOPICS!

    Thirdly, If someone helps you, you can at least say if the solution worked, so that others having a similar issue can check to see if it is a solution.

    Lastly, be more specific on your problem. What tool are you using? If its command line based, what was the execute string? BE SPECIFIC!
     
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    Well, I already replied, And secondly, I downloaded a Sound.bin that he made, and it seems to work, all but the Wad packer doesntr seem to be creating an Out.wad... I'm using the tools provided in Sperions tut.
     
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    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=91206

    There are 'official' sound.bins in the above thread which you can insert into 00.app

    Official Startup Sound VC Channel Final Ver. 6B
    Bitrate: 22050 hz
    Length: 5.002 secs
    Filesize: 430KB

    http://www.sendspace.com/file/bid48l


    Try the above method.
     
  7. KeithNJ
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    Thanks, i've fixed the problem, but now when I install it, it doesnt show up on the wii system menu, and is listed as "???" On the memory screen, help?
     
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    your still compressing LZ77 the sound file, idk why it wont let you, but if you use fissions sound.bin it works perfect. ive tried this several times myslelf in the interest of wii memory space. use fissions sound file it works perfectly
     
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    That appears to be wrongly edited banner.brlyt
     
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    Your VERY lucky you didn't brick your Wii. Your banner.brlyt is incorrect

    Edit: Fission beat me to it
     
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    I've swapped the Banner.Blyrt from the Kirby's adventure to my Earthbound Zero wad, yet it still isnt working! what could be wrong?
     
  12. PKGINGO

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    Why dont you try this:

    Inject EB0 into Kirby with autoinjectuwad.

    Install, test to see if it works. If it does, uninstall.

    Unpack injected wad and throw in the new banner. The sound should be the same.

    Done.
     

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