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TDU2 SVR Release

Discussion in 'TDU2 - Mod Tools & Support' started by binbow, Apr 9, 2018.

  1. binbow

    binbow Well-Known Member

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    I created a tool to change the volume of the sound described in CarVSTConfig.xmb. Please try using it.

    Download link : TDU2_SVR_ver1.0.0.0.zip

    Install:
    - Please save the file generated after extract zip file in a suitable folder.
    Usage:
    - Fill in the file name in the "Target ..." field
    - When you click the folder shape icon, the file selection dialog is displayed. You can also enter a file name by D & D a file.
    - Either "CarVSTConfig.xmb" or the sound file "xxx_high.bnk" can be read. Note: Reading the sound file xxx_high.bnk may take some time as compared to reading the xmb file.
    - After changing the value of the element, click the "Save" button to save the value.
    - After saving, "HH-mm-ss_MMM-dd-yyyy_file name" file is created as backup.

    Thank:
    The information of this post was very helpful. I thank the contributor.

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    #1 binbow, Apr 9, 2018
    Last edited by binbow: Apr 10, 2018
    Reason: To add an acknowledgment
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  2. MichaelB450

    MichaelB450 Retired sound mod maker...

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    Okay, this is a great idea! Good job!

    This will for sure make sound modding much easier than using a Hex Editor.
     
    #2 MichaelB450, Apr 9, 2018
    Last edited by MichaelB450: Apr 9, 2018
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  3. Minime891

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    What would be useful too is if you could be able to change the max rpm, cross over rpm for each sample etc.
     
  4. binbow

    binbow Well-Known Member

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    The setting of the max rpm etc are grasped a little about a specific vehicle. However, I have not been able to generalize them so that can edit all vehicles. In order to handle these values with the tool, the structure of the data must be generalized. I will continue to analyze and expand this tool.
     
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  5. MagicV8

    MagicV8 Well-Known Member

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    Great thing, binbow :)
    I would love to have such a tool for TDU1 to reduce the environment sound (wind, traffic, ...) while driving.
    The ingame options don't work for me. :(
     
  6. Minime891

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    Okay, i edited the value for the max rpm the sound should reach but it wasn't just one instance of the value it was a few.
    No idea why i'm even writing that as it in no way helps you. :D Anyway good luck, maybe Djey could help as i vaguely remember he looked into it.
     
  7. Dextcloud

    Dextcloud Active Member

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    Very good idea ! :)
    I'm going to test it !
    Thank you Binbow !
     
    #7 Dextcloud, Apr 10, 2018
    Last edited by Dextcloud: Apr 10, 2018
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  8. Ramon1991cobra

    Ramon1991cobra Active Member

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    Thank you very much for this tool, I tested it and it worked :tup:
     
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