wav->bcwav converter

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  1. Commandertemp
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    I need to convert a wav file for my custom theme to bcwav, is there a way to do this?
     
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  3. Commandertemp
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  5. Commandertemp
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  6. Nickname863

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    Dang it. I am sorry.

    I think i found something though but i am not sure if i am allowed to post it...
    Also i don't know if it is fake
     
  7. Bkool999

    Bkool999 GBAtemp Regular

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    PM it to him then.
     
  8. Commandertemp
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    send it to me via reddit /u/commandercarl
     
  9. Steveice10

    Steveice10 GBAtemp Maniac

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    bannertool can do this. You can find pre-built executables of it here. Run it in command prompt/terminal without any parameters to see a list of commands and their parameters.
     
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  10. Nickname863

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    Well then better use bannertool. For obvious reasons.
     
  11. Commandertemp
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    converted the file to cwav, whenever i try to use it with the program "custom cwavs" it crashes
     
  12. Commandertemp
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    C:\Users\CommanderCarl\Downloads\ctrcommon-master\tools>bannertool.exe makecwav
    -i np.wav -o test.cwav
    Created CWAV "test.cwav".
     
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  14. WeedZ

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    You need the official sdk. As far as I know it's the only way.
     
  15. froggestspirit

    froggestspirit D/P/Pt Demix Guy

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    I'm 90% sure that BCWAV is rediculously similar to BCSTM (maybe just the header is different). I converted BRSTM to BCSTM by looking at the headers of the same songs, and that's what someone should do for BCSTM or something to BCWAV
     
  16. yacepi15

    yacepi15 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I doesnt have the oficial SDK. There isnt any alternative?
     
  17. WeedZ

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    Other then what I've read in this thread, I don't know of anything. I've always used the sdk.
     
  18. Merik2013

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    Bannertool closes on me immediately and ctr wave converter crashes when I try to use it. I honestly have no idea what the issue is.
     
  19. Uziskull

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    Run bannertool via CMD, don't double-click it.
     
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  20. KHDecoder

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    Does anyone here have a BCWAV/ CWAV converter? I plan on using it to modify KH 3D Battle voices since they are the same format with a hex editor. I even extracted the Japanese battle voices myself.
     
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