Wii Menu, Can you edit the background song?

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  1. Izure
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    In the wii menu, Is it possible that I replace it with a cool song or something with a homebrew app?
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  2. Maplemage

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    Why would you care?
    What song would you replace it with?
     
  3. Ethanx94

    Ethanx94 GBAtemp Regular

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    That would be awesome if you could. I would replace mine with the Altimit Mine OS music from .hack//G.U.
     
  4. Izure
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    I know, right?
    I hope someone will make it or tell me how [​IMG]
     
  5. Blue-K

    Blue-K No right of appeal.

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    Should be possible. Somewhere in an unpacked Menu you can find for shure the File, and replace it. I think I even can remember that it has been done before...but don't ask me where the loaction of the music is, and what tools you need...
     
  6. Izure
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    Okay, Was gonna ask how to decrypt the NAND... But since you don't want me to ask...
    Anyone else who knows? [​IMG]
     
  7. HaniKazmi

    HaniKazmi GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    No one figured it out during the menu modding craze a while ago. If someone has cracked it since, I havent heard of it.
     
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  10. Izure
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    I was gonna say that :3
     
  11. SifJar

    SifJar Not a pirate

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    I had a look at the System Menu, unpacking some files and the like, and could only find the sound of the moving between pages so far...but I didn't extract any arc files I saw, may try that see if they have anything interesting in them.
     
  12. WiiCrazy

    WiiCrazy Be water my friend!

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    The music in the menu is not a single file... it's in a brsar archive.. guess it's a compressed collection of brstm files...
    It seems music hacking in SSBB is possible... one might get clues from there.. though I don't know if there is any good brsar tool out there...

    ps1: If you want to do it just for the sake of it... Wii fit contains a bunch of brstm files and there are tools to convert wav/mp3s to brstm files...
    ps2: brsar possibly an audio resource archive like bmg files are language resource files... meaning possible ability of storing sounds with metadata (language, other information)
     
  13. SifJar

    SifJar Not a pirate

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    where is this brsar located?

    EDIT: BTW, unpacking the ARC files gave me ZND files, which I have no idea what they are. I tried to use znd.py from wii.py to convert them to HOG files (which I still have no idea what they are either, but as it converted them to it, I figured they must be easier to work with), but it gave errors.
     
  14. WiiCrazy

    WiiCrazy Be water my friend!

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  15. SifJar

    SifJar Not a pirate

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    Huh, I unpacked that earlier and all I got was the page-changing sound, not the background sound...
    Perhaps I should try a different unpacker. Anyway, is there a packer for BRSAR?

    EDIT: OK, I see now, its because current BRSAR unpackers suck (no offence meant to the coders of them [​IMG])
     
  16. Eridion kiorai

    Eridion kiorai GBAtemp Regular

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    The wii system menu music is on iplsound.brsar wipl_bgm_menu use vgm trans to rip it now we nead to reverse engenering to replace a file
     
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