1. copy the files to the Civil War II\CW2\Sounds directory
2. rename them so they look like the other music files (no underscore) in the directory, just the number, followed by a space, then the name of the file.
I made sure they are all called x1 (some files where called number_x2.mp3).
3. add them to the Musics.ini file as shown below:
Citizen X wrote:Having a playlist on your favorite playback device seems more frugal.
shotgunfacelift wrote:When I read your first post I understand that you don't rename your .mp3 tracks in the Sound folder.
Instead you're editing the music.ini file ?
Which is the contrary of what you should do... if I got this right
allan_boa wrote:What I did was to add a mp3 file "MySong.mp3 and rename the file "NCP_MySong.mp3"
and add a line in the music.ini file which contains 43 titles. The last line of the file reads: Music43 = NCP_theme.mp3
So I added : Music44 = NCP_MySong.mp3
And apparently it didn't work.
But as I said, and unless I messed up somewhere, it seems that the total number of files (ie "43" before I added the 44th song) is coded somewhere else. For exemple if there is somewhere a loop like this :
FOR i = 1 to 43 PLAY song END FOR.
And of course if it is the case, my song #44 won't play.
But not sure ... will try again....
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