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Patch:

Native Chrono Trigger Patch (without FMV) by Qwertymodo:
Code:
https://cloud.home.qwertymodo.com/index.php/s/O7VWzmB0dW3TvlE/download
Not only does this hack replace all of the in-game music with high quality orchestrated versions, it also supports all of the anime cutscenes from the PSX version.  Work is still ongoing to improve the video quality, as well as to fix any remaining bugs in the audio code, but a final release should be available eventually.

Quertymodo Patch and FMV Download (Mirror Link):
Code:
https://mega.nz/file/HTJiEZaJ#9LXTH5rutjZr7H8RriU-Gd9fHOnBWkVL7ym2IPW1YFg

Cthulhu's patch (1.1.4):
Code:
 https://mega.nz/folder/wIE1gQ5S#rbpeeX5pcNFAXfV9XVt2bA
This patch is based on DarkShock and Qwertymodo. It does not feature a fmv (yet), but is compatible with any other patches and languages.


FMV video to use with the PCM sets:

FMV File only:
Code:
https://cloud.home.qwertymodo.com/index.php/s/qWlU1Y8M2d9nRq8

Audio file for FMV (already included in Blake Robinson PCM set, needed for Dracula9AntiChapel PCM Set only):
Code:
https://cloud.home.qwertymodo.com/index.php/s/zK3pHE0nvQuHMxF

Password for these files:
Code:
Password: !chrono_intro!


PCM Sets:

Blake Robinson PCM Set:
Important Note:
Before using this pcm set, read this appeal carefully: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1g68fSCN1W7lfB249VGNtRR6ARP42DyHI
Code:
https://mega.nz/#!mHpyDQwS!B2AsH0Zr-lGcTBJBTXqxYTepertNGGWMl0ch0bMpL98
Manual flac conversion: If you purchased the album from here, you can also convert the FLAC files to MSU-1 .pcm files using this tool and this config file.  See the usage instructions provided below.


Orchestral Set by JUD6MENT (Accurate Tempo, Volume Level, and Music Style):
Important Note:
Before using this pcm set, read this appeal carefully: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1l_hOrosm-duR-jFOST9i-Fia56uJ-sVoVI9W867wRRE/edit?usp=sharing
Code:
https://mega.nz/file/rTwG3BgQ#V_jaJ3-uD7XhBewXwMw4ku7A2z0NWJ3JPrm0Gk1ZSDQ
YouTube Preview Video: Click Here
Musician Track Credit: Click Here
This PCM set features music mostly by Blake Robinson, Malcolm Robison, and a few others. Minor music edits have been done to tracks for accurate tempo and volume level.


Dracula9AntiChapel PCM Set:
An alternative audio pack has been graciously provided for free by Youtube user Dracula9AntiChapel, and it can be downloaded here:
Code:
http://www.mediafire.com/file/ihtymj4tret4520


Chrono Trigger Plus Patch:

Patch by ThegreatBen:
Code:
https://www.romhacking.net/hacks/3691/

Missing tracks by edale:
Code:
https://mega.nz/#!mNAX2ApQ!A_agtCA158jVJXOQ1mOBeJwuPW0aSuOeIgxFiiKe_-8
This pack contains two restored cut themes that are not used in the the normal set, so you also need to download the normal pcm set


Discussion Thread:

Code:
http://www.romhacking.net/forum/index.php?topic=23115.0


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Post Wed 6 Oct 2021 - 2:37 by Cthulhu

I've updated the folder as to move bass.exe to its own folder and also updated the make scripts to look for and call bass from that folder.

This should make it more clear for laymen that you shouldn't execute bass manually, instead executing one of the make scripts, which as of now, are the only loose files within the root folder.

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Post Wed 6 Oct 2021 - 12:22 by Conn

If I need to update first post link, let me know. The old one was broken and currently it is edale's link.

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Post Wed 6 Oct 2021 - 12:35 by FBBTJ

Awesome ! Thanks a lot to all of you that made this patch and PCM sets. DarkShock, Qwertymodo, JUD6MENT, Conn, Cthulhu, ... THANKS ! We don't always think of thanking you but you are all awesome !! So many hours of happiness thanks to you...

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Post Wed 6 Oct 2021 - 12:44 by edale

Conn wrote:If I need to update first post link, let me know. The old one was broken and currently it is edale's link.
That was Cthulhu's link, I just quoted their post.

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Post Wed 6 Oct 2021 - 17:19 by VVV18

@Cthulhu, it's alright right?

In your PATCH files, there is no explanation on how to use it, a README and such, I really believe in the need for this for "everyone" that would make it easier on how to correctly apply the patch, apart from that, most here of " us " is completely unfamiliar with programming and we still deal with language difficulties;
(I'm graduated in automation, electrical, music and even so I can't apply your patch-maybe I'm not that layman) remembering that, I have all the content on the A/Z site and I can clearly understand each patch from each person; finally: think about it and, if you think it's necessary, make a mini tutorial; in the more: thank you very much!!!

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Post Thu 7 Oct 2021 - 0:05 by Cthulhu

Conn wrote:If I need to update first post link, let me know. The old one was broken and currently it is edale's link.

As edale already mentioned, it's my folder link that I switched to on 30/08 at his suggestion. It has been the same link since then; I just update the contents inside the folder now.
You shouldn't need to update the link anymore, unless either I or Mega delete this folder entirely for whatever reason.

VVV18 wrote:...

Hello...

Right now, there are only 3 files visible at the root folder, all of them are make scripts; if you double click any of them you will get this:
Code:
[ERROR] No ROM! Drag and drop a ROM into this script.

Press any key to continue . . .

All the other possible errors are covered here: https://www.zeldix.net/t808p200-chrono-trigger#39545
Their error messages are all self explanatory though.

Currently I do not feel like or have the time to write a README (in fact, I'd to stop working on some of the projects I am currently active at just to update this), more so when I have already written troubleshooting in the form of detailed forum posts and as error handling from both the make scripts aswell as the ASM source code.
As I've mentioned early, I suffer from OCD and I always revise documents/documentations multiple times when I am the one writing them, making it a lengthy and stressful process for me.

As I've previously mentioned, if anyone wants to write a proper README, I'll gladly add it to the download folder (as long as it's written in correct english).
Otherwise, you can always guide yourself by executing one of the make scripts.

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Post Thu 7 Oct 2021 - 16:55 by VVV18

@Cthulhu, thank you so much for the explanation.

Too bad I don't know English, otherwise I'd read me but anyway, as you mentioned ( [ERROR] No ROM! Drag and drop a ROM into this script. Press any key to continue . . . ) just read the text inside the files (bat) that's it, thanks.

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Post Fri 8 Oct 2021 - 5:48 by Cthulhu

If you don't know english, a README won't make a difference.

The errors thrown by the make scripts work just like a README, the difference is that it only displays something for you to read when you need to read it.
Just copy and paste the error into an online translator if a language barrier is the problem.

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