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Cyrem
3 hours ago, EladC said:

no my game is fully english.

 

I think I may have found where the issue is occuring, it's having difficulty finding the Mode Select window, and if this is it, it'd definitely be the reason why the resolution mod isn't working. Unfortunatly, you may have to wait till I release the next version of Cafeteria. Until then I guess you can revert to the vanilla version like above, or keep trying?

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EladC
5 hours ago, Cyrem said:

 

I think I may have found where the issue is occuring, it's having difficulty finding the Mode Select window, and if this is it, it'd definitely be the reason why the resolution mod isn't working. Unfortunatly, you may have to wait till I release the next version of Cafeteria. Until then I guess you can revert to the vanilla version like above, or keep trying?

i'll wait, tnx.

what about the soundtrack?

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Jessietail

what about it? you said you made a CUE file linking to the music tracks, mounted it to a virtual drive, and changed that drive's letter to be above your physical drive, right? It should work if you did that. I'm not sure exactly what you did though so idk

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Cyrem
12 minutes ago, Jessietail said:

what about it? you said you made a CUE file linking to the music tracks, mounted it to a virtual drive, and changed that drive's letter to be above your physical drive, right? It should work if you did that. I'm not sure exactly what you did though so idk

 

It wouldn't have anything to do with the fact that they're in FLAC (I don't know why, the audio tracks aren't that high quality anyway) would it? ... even though its mounted as an audio track.

Worst case, just burn an audio CD, not sure how PowerISO does it but in CDBurnerXP it's as simple as clicking this guy: http://prntscr.com/hjpxvh. You'll know you're in the right mode if it says you go 80mins to use on your CD.

 

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Jessietail
16 minutes ago, Cyrem said:

I don't know why, the audio tracks aren't that high quality anyway

Preservation? But yeah making them wav files might help, not sure how the game handles that stuff but since everything else in its files is a wav it's probably worth trying.

I just figured a cue mount would be easier since you could easily add or change tracks whenever you wanted without having to re-burn a disc.

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EladC
13 hours ago, Cyrem said:

 

It wouldn't have anything to do with the fact that they're in FLAC (I don't know why, the audio tracks aren't that high quality anyway) would it? ... even though its mounted as an audio track.

Worst case, just burn an audio CD, not sure how PowerISO does it but in CDBurnerXP it's as simple as clicking this guy: http://prntscr.com/hjpxvh. You'll know you're in the right mode if it says you go 80mins to use on your CD.

 

hmm, i guess i didnt do it right then, what do i need to add to this audio CD to make it reach all the way to 80 min? i added the 3 mission soundtracks and im at 12 min give or take, what else should i add there?

 

edit: ok after playing a little big i just found out that im pretty much clueless about the soundtrack think, can anyone provide a guide for it? it seems i dont know how to make the CD file currectly.

 

btw thank you all very much for helping me, i appreciate that.

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Jessietail
6 hours ago, EladC said:

what do i need to add to this audio CD to make it reach all the way to 80 min?

It can be any length you like. With a virtual CD you could probably get away with making it over that and the game would still accept it, maybe. there's no minimum length though.

 

6 hours ago, EladC said:

edit: ok after playing a little big i just found out that im pretty much clueless about the soundtrack think, can anyone provide a guide for it? it seems i dont know how to make the CD file currectly.

you still haven't told us what exactly you did, if you did all those things I mentioned. If you didnt make a cue file you can just use ImgBurn, click Create Image from files, go to the Tools menu and select Create Cue file.

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EladC
3 minutes ago, Jessietail said:

It can be any length you like. With a virtual CD you could probably get away with making it over that and the game would still accept it, maybe. there's no minimum length though.

 

you still haven't told us what exactly you did, if you did all those things I mentioned. If you didnt make a cue file you can just use ImgBurn, click Create Image from files, go to the Tools menu and select Create Cue file.

i just figured out all i did was messing things up and not really knowing how to make a cue file properly, i tried CDburnerXP but the cue file i created could not be mounted for some reason, i guess i just dont know how to do it right, is there a detailed guide somehwhere? i tried google with no luck.

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Jessietail
42 minutes ago, Jessietail said:

use ImgBurn

click Create Image from files (the one that shows a folder going into a sheet of paper)
 go to the Tools menu

select Create Cue file

It'll bring up a window you can drag your audio files into to put them on the disc.

http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/5555-how-to-write-an-audio-cd-from-music-files-using-imgburn/

just ignore anything about writing to a disc and mount the cue file with daemontools or something.

I don't know anything about cdburner, sorry

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Cyrem
7 hours ago, EladC said:

hmm, i guess i didnt do it right then, what do i need to add to this audio CD to make it reach all the way to 80 min? i added the 3 mission soundtracks and im at 12 min give or take, what else should i add there?

 

No thats all good, an audio CD can have up to 80mins worth of music on it, having only 12mins on it is fine. You could add your own music after or perhaps the PS1 game tracks, however to get it to play more than 3 tracks you'll have to mod your game.

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EladC
8 hours ago, Cyrem said:

 

No thats all good, an audio CD can have up to 80mins worth of music on it, having only 12mins on it is fine. You could add your own music after or perhaps the PS1 game tracks, however to get it to play more than 3 tracks you'll have to mod your game.

well idk whats wrong then cuz i still have no soundtrack in the game, i followed the guide Jessietail included in his last message.

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