I can't get wav2msu working on windows 10

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I can't get wav2msu working on windows 10

Post by MiniComputer on Wed 20 Dec 2017 - 9:44

As the title states I have been having problems getting this to excute in windows 10 media creator edition.
https://github.com/jbaiter/wav2msu

Does someone know how to get this to open in cmd or does it not work with windows 10 at all ?

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Re: I can't get wav2msu working on windows 10

Post by Relikk on Wed 20 Dec 2017 - 11:24

MiniComputer wrote:As the title states I have been having problems getting this to excute in windows 10 media creator edition.
https://github.com/jbaiter/wav2msu

Does someone know how to get this to open in cmd or does it not work with windows 10 at all ?

Works fine for me on Windows 10. Don't forget that it's command line only, there's no GUI. I have a batch file that'll directly convert any files from wav to pcm without loops if you're stuck, for the meantime.
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Re: I can't get wav2msu working on windows 10

Post by MiniComputer on Wed 20 Dec 2017 - 11:46

Cool beans with all due respect I have no idea how to get that to excute or run.
If you don't mind please explain some to get it working,

Thanks

@rellek I understand that, but the cmd opens up and closes quickly without exporting anything.

Please explain to me how to get it open up, I have a .wav file ready from audacity.
I'm doing this mainly because the super metroid msu1 symphony hack does not sound good at all.
Since I have am2r .ogg with a bit of editing and converting to .wav.
Some of the songs from it would do much better.


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Re: I can't get wav2msu working on windows 10

Post by Relikk on Wed 20 Dec 2017 - 11:53

You have to open a command prompt and navigate to the folder where the wav2msu exe is located. Once you're there the command to convert your wav is:

wav2msu file.wav

"File" is the name of whatever wav you're converting. So, example: if your file is called metroid.wav then you use that instead.


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Re: I can't get wav2msu working on windows 10

Post by Colines on Wed 20 Dec 2017 - 11:54

As stated, it is a command line tool. You don't open it. You execute it.

You can build a bat file (save a notepad text as .bat) with one of the following arguments if using the vanilla build:

Code:
wav2msu *.wav
wav2msu *.wav "custom-name".pcm
wav2msu *.wav -l 0x123456 (Hex sample loop point)
wav2msu *.wav -l 123456 (44khz sample loop point)

Remember to put the .bat file in the same folder as wav2msu.exe

Additionaly, it's pointless to convert the .ogg files to .wav, since the tool has support for the Vorbis container, though if you edited them, it makes sense to be .wav to avoid double lossy compression.
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Re: I can't get wav2msu working on windows 10

Post by MiniComputer on Wed 20 Dec 2017 - 13:26

Sorry but most of what you said still doesn't work for some odd reason.
However though I dragged the .wav into wav2msu.
mediafire.com file/1jpn55i16nb5m0v/musArea2A.pcm
It dropped the .pcm as expected, audacity reads it fine.
None the less thank you both for helping.

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