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#1 25/4/13 7:40

SrDanielPonces
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From: Portugal
Registered: 25/4/13

How can i get a sound effect?

Hi! I'm trying to have the Oni Sound Effects, especially the one that runs on the Chapter 2 (the brain)

(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOF5JVj13fg 13:54)

I think it is the particle_scripts sound, but i can't open it, and i can't find an converter too.

Anyone know where can i get it?

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#2 25/4/13 8:15

Iritscen
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Registered: 22/10/07

Re: How can i get a sound effect?

Well, let's walk through this one step at a time (welcome, btw):
1. One easy way to identify the sound is to go to that area in the game and turn on sound_show_debug.  You do have the Daodan DLL installed, right?  (Assuming you're in Windows.)  If so, turn on Dev Mode with 'x' on the Diary Screen, then type on the console "sound_show_debug=1".  You now have a list of playing sounds.  If the ambient sound deadlybrain_loop is what you meant that you wanted, then you just need to extract it.
2. Install OniSplit, or the Anniversary Edition.
3. At the command prompt, go to the folder with OniSplit in it and type "OniSplit.exe -export:SNDDdeadlybrain* destination_folder path_to_oni\Oni\GameDataFolder\level2_Final.dat".  Using the wildcard catches all variants of the deadlybrain sound (in this case, the "in" and the "loop").
4. Then type "OniSplit -extract:wav destination_folder SNDDdeadlybrain*.oni" and you should get WAVs of those files.

Any questions?


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#3 27/4/13 6:21

SrDanielPonces
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From: Portugal
Registered: 25/4/13

Re: How can i get a sound effect?

Thanks for helping ! ^^
I will try it.

EDIT: I installed Daodan DLL on my AE, then i pressed f1 (to acess the diary) and then i pressed "x".
(btw, sorry if this is a noobs question) But, i have no idea how where is the console >.>

Last edited by SrDanielPonces (27/4/13 7:45)

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#4 27/4/13 7:53

Iritscen
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Re: How can i get a sound effect?

No problem, I forgot to mention that part.  You should check this page out: http://wiki.oni2.net/DevMode (short answer: just press '~').


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#5 27/4/13 7:54

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Re: How can i get a sound effect?

Close the diary after you do that and press the tide ~ button on your keyboard to open the console.
btw since you're a noob it might be better to download either vago gui or demos's onisplit gui (graphical user interface) for onisplit ... than to use the cmd commands. (both are found on the depot under tools)

edit: oops was replying while iritscen was.

Last edited by Samer (27/4/13 7:55)


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#6 27/4/13 9:09

SrDanielPonces
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Registered: 25/4/13

Re: How can i get a sound effect?

Ok, i did the first step sucessfully.

I installed OniSplit, but if i press any key, it closes. (Btw, I have AE installed here.)

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#7 27/4/13 9:30

paradox-01
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Registered: 14/1/07

Re: How can i get a sound effect?

OniSplit is a command line tool. You can't "open" it.
As Samer said, you need other programs to run it, e.g. Windows' CMD or Vago.

You can find Vago at Oni/AE/Tools/VagoGUI/Vago.exe

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#8 27/4/13 9:52

SrDanielPonces
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From: Portugal
Registered: 25/4/13

Re: How can i get a sound effect?

Ok, now i can use OniSplit.

I typed:
OniSplit.exe -export:SNDDdeadlybrain* destination_folder path_to_oni\Oni\GameDataFolder\level2_Final.dat

And Then:
OniSplit -extract:wav destination_folder SNDDdeadlybrain*.oni

Now i have no idea what to do... hmm

There is a button called "Copy to clipboard", but it doesn't make nothing...

Last edited by SrDanielPonces (27/4/13 9:55)

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#9 27/4/13 10:29

paradox-01
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Re: How can i get a sound effect?

Try absolute path. Something like:

OniSplit.exe -export:SNDDdeadlybrain* destination_folder "F:/Program Files (x86)/Oni/AE/GameDataFolder/level0_Final.dat"
OniSplit.exe -extract:wav destination_folder destination_folder/SNDDdeadlybrain*.oni

"-signs is only necessary if you have spaces in your path

The destination_folder will appear next to onisplit.

Last edited by paradox-01 (27/4/13 10:29)

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#10 27/4/13 10:50

SrDanielPonces
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From: Portugal
Registered: 25/4/13

Re: How can i get a sound effect?

It Doesn't work...
There is anything on the destination_folder..

Maybe i installed Vago wrongly??

Btw, this is where i open Vago: Oni\AE\AEInstaller\packages\08010Vago\plain\win_only\Tools\VagoGUI

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#11 27/4/13 11:48

paradox-01
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Re: How can i get a sound effect?

command-line method

Vago's is supposed to be installed by AEInstaller > Tools.
But it should also work where you have it.

You are using Vago's command line input, right? In that case don't use "Onisplit.exe".
Just:

-export:SNDDdeadlybrain* destination_folder input_path/level0_Final.dat
-extract:wav destination_folder destination_folder/SNDDdeadlybrain*.oni


GUI method

If you don't get it working with command line use GUI instead.
- General tab, DAT to Oni, chose level0_Final.dat with Add button
-- the onis where saved to if this use vago from package Oni\AE\AEInstaller\packages\08010Vago\plain\win_only\Tools\VagoGUI\VagoWorkspace\General\DAT - ONI
-- you can also find them in Blue Folder > General > DAT - ONI
- Misc tab, DAT/ONI to WAV, chose the SNDD file with Add button
-- the files can also drag n dropped into the todo list


OniUnPacker

- http://wiki.oni2.net/OUP
- https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/139 … action.png
-- open lvl 0 dat
-- open extract tool
-- look for the SNDD files, select them
-- check convert files ([x])
-- Export

Last edited by paradox-01 (27/4/13 11:54)

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#12 27/4/13 13:12

SrDanielPonces
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From: Portugal
Registered: 25/4/13

Re: How can i get a sound effect?

Great ! It worked ! I downloaded Oni Unpacker and it worked sucessfully ! Thx ! ^^

EDIT: There are two sounds missing.... Time to search ! xD

EDIT2: Found Them ^^)

Last edited by SrDanielPonces (27/4/13 13:50)

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#13 24/4/14 13:48

SrDanielPonces
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From: Portugal
Registered: 25/4/13

Re: How can i get a sound effect?

Sorry for bumping this old thread, but I'm now searching for the console sound (When Konoko uses it to open doors, for example)

EDIT: I have Oni UnPacker here, but I don't know which sound it is, since my AE Doesn't work: When I run it is says Blam! Oni crashed, but when I open vanilla Oni it runs perfectly.

Last edited by SrDanielPonces (24/4/14 13:49)

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#14 24/4/14 21:18

Iritscen
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From: NC, USA
Registered: 22/10/07

Re: How can i get a sound effect?

I would recommend just ripping every sound from Oni, since you seem to be interested in a number of them.  You can do this with something like (after making the sndd folders, of course):

[== Undefined ==]
OniSplit.exe -export:SNDD* sndd_oni_folder AE/AEInstaller/vanilla/level0_Final.dat
OniSplit.exe -extract:wav sndd_wav_folder sndd_oni_folder/SNDD*.oni

This is a great opportunity to get more familiar with your computer by using the command line wink


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#15 27/4/14 7:29

SrDanielPonces
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From: Portugal
Registered: 25/4/13

Re: How can i get a sound effect?

The problem is that, (if I remember correctly and read these threads correctly), I ripped the "sndd" sounds from Oni Unpacker to a folder, and, I tried to convert them via OniSplit (If that's the correct program, because I'm cofused to use vago or onisplit and also I'm not on my computer so I may write something really wrong). It gives error when the loading bar reaches the end, and when I click in the OniSplit to paste these commands, it says It doesn't recocnize the commands. I'm really confused since It's a little difficult to me to learn. And, as you said, I'm ripping all the sounds so I don't have any more need to waste your time helping me.

Regards. smile

Last edited by SrDanielPonces (27/4/14 7:30)

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#16 27/4/14 7:43

Iritscen
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Registered: 22/10/07

Re: How can i get a sound effect?

Well, it's just that some of us here prefer to just use the command line, and others prefer to use GUI tools, so you've gotten advice on different ways to do the same thing.  Personally I think it's easier to just use the direct commands I provided above.  In that case, you shouldn't be using any program except the Command Prompt.  As mentioned earlier, OniSplit.exe is a CLI (command line) tool, so you can't use it from a GUI (Windows).  You have to engage with it on the level of the command line.  Once you open the Command Prompt, you navigate to the folder with OniSplit (or use the full path to wherever OniSplit is), and use commands in the format I provided above.  Keep in mind that the paths I used are examples, it's up to you to provide the real paths according to your computer's setup.


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