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how to make custom BGM

Post  xplaya on Mon Aug 31, 2009 6:24 pm

For those of you who don't know what
BGM is, a short explanation: BGM means Background music and it's the
music that you (mostly) listen to, when you're playing GunZ.

What you need:

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Step 1: Download Mrs unpacker

Step 2:
Go to your Mercy GunZ folder, Sound > bgm.mrs, copy it and paste it
in the folder where your mrs unpacker is located, then decompile it
(description in Readme). GO to the made folder. You'll see the songs as
.ogg files.

Step 3: Make a new folder and put the songs you want in it.

Step 4: Download Super C

Step 5: Run it, select .ogg format as output container, Right click in the box at mottom and clik add multimedia files. choose the 10 songs you want to use. After that press Encode




Notice: Your encoded songs are in Super C>OutPut folder.

Step 6: Rename your songs as follows:

Fin = End of a game
Intro Retake2(D-R) = Character Selection
Theme Rock(D) = Song in Lobby and Game Room

In game songs:
El Tracaz
HardBgm3 Vanessa Retake
HardBgm(D)
HardCore(D)
HardTech(D)
Industrial Technolism
Ryswick style

Step 7: Download BruteCRC32

Step 8: Now decompile your system.mrs

Step 9:
Open the filelist.xml with your Text editor and run BruteCRC32

Now comes the complicated part:

Step 10:

Press Ctrl+f in your filelist and type in Sound to direct to the bgm.
Then copy the CRC of the first song and paste it in BruteCRC32 in
"Request CRC32". Now press "Select" and select your custom song in
newBgm folder. Must be the same as the one you just copied! Then press "Examine" and the "Do it!"




Do that with every of your songs and make sure you always select the correct ones!

Step 11: Compile that folder to newBgm.mrs and rename it to bgm.mrs

Step 12: Now you just have to replace it with the original bgm.mrs and you're done

Good luck!
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Re: how to make custom BGM

Post  Leon on Mon Aug 31, 2009 6:28 pm

wow?
Nice TuT o_o
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Re: how to make custom BGM

Post  ultimatemagi on Mon Aug 31, 2009 6:30 pm

imma go make a kstyle tut XD
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Re: how to make custom BGM

Post  Leon on Mon Aug 31, 2009 6:32 pm

ultimatemagi wrote:imma go make a kstyle tut XD
LOOOOOOOOOOOOL yes do that xD
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Re: how to make custom BGM

Post  ultimatemagi on Mon Aug 31, 2009 6:34 pm

but thats gonna take a lot of time typing T.T
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Re: how to make custom BGM

Post  xplaya on Mon Aug 31, 2009 6:34 pm

as you like i will do it Very Happy
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Re: how to make custom BGM

Post  MasterDisaster on Tue Sep 01, 2009 12:48 pm

I'd never have the actual desire to make a bgm. I just disable the music and have my media player play in the backround.
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