Quoted from pinballjah:
Do you mean copy it directly onto the USB from the hard drive? If so, then I have to wait for the Pinsound card to do the conversion which takes a long time. I will just continue to use the old program. Just wondered if the new program has this function. Thanks.
1 - Always work with WAV files. If you download an orchestration and they are OGG, the first thing I recommend you do is convert them to WAV using FREE:AC and delete all of the OGG (a fairly simple and quick process that I think I've outline here before - or maybe that was in a PM to someone). PinSound ONLY SUPPORTS WAV files. The only reason they are in OGG format to start with is because that format is highly compressed and allows for much smaller file size downloads.
2 - Use PSS+ for whatever you want to use it for, save orchestration and exit program. Personally, the only thing I use it for right now is to create/modify shaker routines. If/when the PSREC option is added back in, then I will use it much more for game simulation and testing my audio cuts.
3 - Using File Explorer, locate the folder where PSS+ saves the orchestration, then drag-and-drop that folder into the AUDIO folder on your USB drive
Done. Now the orchestration is in the correct place on the USB, fully formatted and ready to use on your PinSound with zero conversion required. It maybe took 2-3 minutes to do the original OGG to WAV conversion for the entire orchestration on the computer, then however long it took for your computer to do a file copy from your harddrive to your USB drive.