Yes, if there is no choice, I think you and the popsicle will be happy) Time will tellIt is time-intensive as I have written before. No one will invest hours of work into listing your music tracks etc, just to be able to buy a popsicle afterwards.
As I said, the price will increase over time. So if you know how to do this but want a higher price tag, just wait. If not, I don't need any other advice. I already know all these methods. I am interested in an efficient method, not a manual search.of work just to get a reward of 2 $.
If you do not have special knowledge on the specified question, I propose to pass by. And not to seel here. What you suggest I know, from the area, take and do everything yourself. With such advice, go somewhere else.Nice narcissist sociopathy you have there.
I suggest this thread be locked.
I want to help myself. But I believe there are skills that will help me do what I want. And they must be used I give meaning to your reproduction. Otherwise, if I had to do everything alone, you would not be needed.I don't think anyone who is able to help is motivated by your small change. If you are unwilling to help yourself, then no one should help you. You will see.
It would be that simple. But I saw the code of triggers for sound files) It uses priority and sequence. Same local republic from different locations and with different priority / volume. So the mod and original files are mixed.You could search for file/folder comparison software and use it to compare the Sounds folders of Native and your mod. This would probably eliminate a lot of identical sound files.
You see, I have a musical education and not the worst ear. And even I cannot determine exactly which sound corresponds to which in the original, because I need to compare them and remember.The easiest feasible solution - which takes a lot of time - is to simply listen up each individual sound/music track and replace them accordingly. In-game you will anyway face the problem that some sounds are random, so you might miss to replace some because they didn't happen to appear.
No, It sounds simple to you. But it's hard. Because there are many files and they are similar to each other, It is difficult to understand which file corresponds to which actionSimplest solution would be that you check manually each sound/music file in their folders and replace the ones which you don't like. Takes more time but seems to be the better way here
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Actually, I need to return the original voice acting to one of the mods to the sounds of the battle, but do it delicately, unequal the new sounds of the additional weapons.Вобщем-то мне надо вернуть оригинальную озвучку одному из модов звукам битвы, но сделать это деликатно, не убрав новые звуки дополнительного оружия.