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(Topic ID: 139671)

Changing KISS sounds with Pinball Browser


By colonelsnow

5 years ago



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#22 5 years ago
Quoted from colonelsnow:

I do know that some of the information in them does not apply to KISS. The KISS music is stereo

Quoted from colonelsnow:

I think the rate number is different for KISS and it is stereo rather than mono. Otherwise that is helpful

You can let Pinball Browser deal with this : Pinball Browser will convert your file to the correct rate number and stereo will be used whenever possible.

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#37 4 years ago
Quoted from Sparky:

Just for posterity, I'm going to list the request numbers

It would be great if you could define and upload bookmarks

#46 4 years ago
Quoted from DrMark12PA:

I'm trying to save a new copy of the firmware and the small "floppy disk" save icon doesn't seem to do anything

Spikes firmware are too big to be loaded into memory. As a result, each modification you make is immediately written to the file.

The "Save" button makes every modification you made "consistent" so that the game can accept the modified firmware. This is also automatically done when you quit Pinball Browser (provided you modified something in the firmware) : you generally don't need to use the "Save" button on Spike firmwares.

If you modify a Spike firmware and your computer crashes before you quit Pinball Browser or click on "Save", the modified firmware would be rejected by the game. In this case, just open the firmware and click on "Save" to make the firmware consistent again.

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