Hi, thanks for your work and for keeping the rbr legend alive. One question, the dirt rally 2.0 co-driver sounds like a lower quality compared with dirt 2.0 itself. Like it has some noise, it gets harder to understand the words quickly sometimes. Was it intentional from your part to make it more realistic or is it simply a limitation of rbr?
Hi, can this run on RSRBR nice work and how it can be installed to RSRBR
That problems are limitation of RBR audio output system..
Of course, I want to make the voice as clean as possible.
However, when using a high quality OGG file in RBR, the output does not work properly and is cut off in the middle.
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This issue is not resolved by expanding the audio channel in the audio.ini file. I don't know programming, so function expansion is impossible.
I tried a lot of tests, but the sound quality that does not cause problems is limited to 11025hz.
Even when the sound quality is raised to 16000hz, problems are start.
Leza, don't blame issues on the RBR audio system which you just don't understand.
There is no need to use higher quality sounds for pacenotes, simple as that.
If you do anyway, things will get weird, but this is not the fault of RBR, but due to the fact how a sound system basically works.
As soon as a sound sample has different properties, the mixer puts it into a separate channel.
All this stuff is known for many years now. Have a look at the Pacenote plugin readme, I guess we have specified which sound quality must be used (!) in order to work properly.
Buddy, that problems are not a limitation of the RBR audio output system, but a limitation of your skills.
Just overwrite to RBR mainfolder, You can use this mod, Maybe..
(I'm not use the RSRBR, so I don't know exactly. Sorry!)
If you can't find the <Audio> folder in RSRBR main directory, follow this way.
1)http://www.kegetys.fi/dattool-v1-01/ download the dattool, and move the app to rbr directory.
2)Drag the audio.dat file to dattool.exe.
3)Then you can see the <audio> folder is created.
4)Keep going into the folder. Then you can see another audio folder.
5)Cut and paste the <Audio> folder into the RBR directory.
6)You don't need the audio.dat file. Delete it.
7)Now you can use mods easily. Just copy-paste.
Thank you so much for use my mods.Thank you. I am a big fan of your modifications. And a big fan of Paul Coleman as well. I've 1200 hours in Dirt Rally 1, so I am very fond of his voice. It's annoying and weird to drive with another co-driver.
Thanks a lot for these, very good!
If you could consider in the future:
Alex Gelsomino - has quite a few videos online (Ken Block - Hoonigan) with decent samples.
Sebastian Marshall - moved a lot and is great for different drivers (Paddon, Abbring, Meeke).
Michael Park - live on! Not sure if there are enough sources.
John Kennard - Used a different Callsign System, would be interesting to see it in RBR.