| That doesn't mean it's a "big fake everything", only that you didn't get it to work. |
Absolutely right. There is like 1000+ downloads on various websites. Not many complaints at all. However, I always like to listen to each user and help him solve the issue. This is 100% working add on. It's even translated to Russian and probably other languages by third parties.
|I have no loadingscreens + loadingsong anymore|
The problem is in your audio configuration (xml), and is caused by conflicting metadata (dat16) files. By hacking your own EFLC game, you must know that you mess with Rockstar's policy of no editing. In our case, it just creates a loadingtune conflict between GTAIV and TBOGT. And to solve this, you will do as follows. To correct this issue open TBOGT\e2_audio.xml and add these lines, save and now you will have TLAD loading tune with TBOGT screens:
Editing audio in GTA IV is very experimental even in 2011, as there is no documentation on this topic at all on the internet, and no one has yet made any tool that will import music, speech and other new samples to RPF and DAT16 files. I documented what I've found, as a good starting point for all future modding. Read the manual carefully, and as an end user, I expect you to do some homework, research on your own, and advance what I've already found. There is nothing impossible, and it's only constrained by your will to actually accomplish it. Just don't give up easilly. Parrotbay radio is part of a pioneer project that enabled mixed game audio in single game. Welcome to the project. DISCLAIMER
By downloading this script, you agree that you take full responsability for modding your game, and so, you take all the risks, as this script or authors cant be responsable for any malfunctions.
Parrotbay author This post has been edited by iriedreadlock23 on Sunday, May 29 2011, 03:18