I wanted to thank you for your wonderful mod!!! Endorsed from day one!!!
And while I'm here, I want to comment about xwm files conversion. It is very easy to convert all your wma files to xwm in just one step. Whether those files are all located inside a single folder, or inside several subfolders. You will need the program called xWMAEncode wich is part of DirectX SDK (more than 500 MB-From this package, all you need is the file called xWMAEncode.exe---less than 1 MB ¬¬). This guy
on Nexus forums explains exactly how to use that program.
Basically you have to create two bat files.
A file called Convert_wav_To_xwm.bat containing the following code:
for /r . %%T IN (*.wav) do @xWMAEncode.exe "%%T" "%%~pT%%~nT.xwm"
And a file called Convert_xwm_To_wav.bat containing the following code:
for /r . %%T IN (*.xwm) do @xWMAEncode.exe "%%T" "%%~pT%%~nT.wav"If you are seeing this comment from Nexus (not from the Nexus forums), the above codes are displayed incorrectly. Go here to be able to see these codes correctly.
Then, copy these two bat files, along with the xWMAEncode.exe file inside the root folder where all the wav files are. The following image shows an example of the folder where I have all the music files from Personalized Music Version 3.
And after the conversion finished.
For obvious reasons, I can not post a link to share my files. But you can contact me by PM and I'll /tell you/ how to get those files.
An important note. I resampled all wav files larger than 70 MB to 22 kBS (To reduce its size. Otherwise, my game would crash with wav files larger than 70 MB). xWMAEncode can not convert those wav files to xwm. So I had to resample those files to at least 32 kBS.
Again, thank you very much for your mod, No_Aardvarks_Allowed.
Edited by Odyseus77, 29 April 2012 - 07:13 PM.