wav2btsnd - simple tool to create .btsnd files

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  1. cucholix

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    The problem I have is that I downloaded a 44100 hz wav for the GCN startup sound, and when converting it to 48000 hz it sounds a little faster than normal :unsure:
    I manage to get the output bootSound but not sure if it's correct, tried to inject it to random game I had throgh ftpiiu but the transfer always gets corrupt.

    Is there anyway to the the .btsnd before inject it?
     
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  2. A Plus Ric

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    What is the length of a track that it can be? Curious how long it can be before its not acceptable. Thanks!
     
  3. SirNapkin1334

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    @Zarklord Help! Mine is doing the same thing as his but I'm on Mac so no Audacity. Can you do it for me?
    Here's the file:
    SanDisk Extreme Plus SDXC 128 GB Memory Card - Video Class V30/UHS-3
    Edit: I SWEAR TO GOD MY COMPUTER IS FUCKING BROKEN
    I try to upload a file and i puts in a god damn advert link or something.
    I'll try again.
    WHAT THE HELL? Why is it randomly bolding?


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    HOPEFULLY THIS IS THE FILE: (sorry for bump btw)
    EDIT: WHAT???? There's Audacity for Mac? Okay, I'll try to get it to work.
     

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  4. SirNapkin1334

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    Well, it worked, but the bootSound.btsnd broke the hbl.
    I used FTPiiU Everywhere to insert it directly into the MLC, but it didn't work. Trying to compile, but gives me a ton of errors.
     
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  5. Jorchking

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    how to use this converter. There is no .exe I don't understand this.
     
  6. SirNapkin1334

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    you run the jar with java. not everything has a user interface you know
     
  7. Jorchking

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    yes, no user friendly but I could, thanks for the answer.
    I followed this tutorial
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
     
  8. morpheous

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    I replaced the existing bootSound.btsnd in my Loadiine-GX Meta folder with a custom version i created with all the appropriate settings.

    When i replaced the file, there was no change in the boot sound, when i launched the loadiine-gx loader forwarder.
     

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  9. SirNapkin1334

    SirNapkin1334 Renound Aritst

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    This happened to me when I used it a while ago. This tool is pretty old - there's probably a better solution.
     
  10. morpheous

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    I got it figured out but now i'm trying to tackle another issue.I'm trying to create a custom bootMovie.h264. When i convert it, then transfer it via FTP, then try to launch my custom Loadiine-GX forwarder, the wii u throws a error message and i have to unplug the power to the console.

    Did you ever create a custom bootMovie.h264? Its has a resolution of 256x130 and displays at 256x128 in the upper left corner, when a app is launched.
     
  11. SirNapkin1334

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    No, all i did was try to change the music to the HBC theme. Generally, that would mean there’s something wrong with the movie, perhaps something with bitrate or FPS?
     
  12. morpheous

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    I changed the bitrate and fps to match someone elses "homebrew" bootMovie.h264 The guy that created it hasn't reponsed to me as i did send him a PM. He hasn't been on gbatemp in a long time but i was hoping he wasn't the only person to create a custom bootMovie.h264.
     
  13. SirNapkin1334

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    Try keeping the default bitrate.
     
  14. morpheous

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    what's the default bitrate? 512?
     
  15. Superman321

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    NVM, fixed it
     
  16. Missingphy

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    thank you! now i can put my custom music into games
     
  17. Peblo246

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    Help, I'm getting an error when I run the command to create the btsnd file
    error.
     
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