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Warcraft 2 original music to Wargus

Posted: Sun Jan 15, 2012 10:28 am
by xyfmx
The default music themes in Wargus are awful, how do i replace them with original ones? I have all the original soundtrack in .wav files. I've seen in game files that wargus uses all the tracks via single file .mod, but i dunno how to deal with it. Please, if you can help me, give me some instructions.
Thanks!
P.S. yep, i'm a bit newbie(

Re: Warcraft 2 original music to Wargus

Posted: Tue Jan 24, 2012 11:22 pm
by Big Daddy
A single *.mod file would mean that all tracks are slapped into one big file, with indexed pointers (start & end times) referred to later by the game code.

This was used as a space-saving measure in The Old Days but can be re-written to work with modern file systems, and MP3 et OGG

Music code is not contained within sound.lua as far as I can see. Wait.

Oh. Sigh.


The music is already in Ogg format in 2.2.6.

Go here:
\Wargus\music

Reencode your waves into oggs and zip em up into the ogg.gz archives.

Chk CHK BOOM

Big Daddy

Re: Warcraft 2 original music to Wargus

Posted: Sat Feb 13, 2016 9:24 pm
by Kuchhogya
I've seen in game files that wargus uses all the tracks via single file .mod, but i dunno how to deal with it.????

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