- by TheUltimateKoopa at 4:10 PM EDT on August 3, 2012
- But my method IS Dutchie's method <__<
Dutchie's method was basically to search for an unknown value initially (obviously), then make the entire sound lower in volume by pausing, in his case, or in my case, lowering the volume in game (Not the emulator volume ... DKC3 has options for turning down either music volume of SFX volume, like in Brawl and some other games).
What's the difference between be lowering the volume, and Dutchie's method of erm... lowering the volume? The only difference is that his suggestion involves pausing, as a lot of games decrease the music when the game is paused, if not stop completely.
Also Dutchie's method doesn't work.
At least I can't get any less than still over 300 values. Why didn't Dave Wise just fucking make the soundtrack stereo in the first place?
edited 4:21 PM EDT August 3, 2012
- by SmartOne at 5:45 PM EDT on August 3, 2012
- "Applications that playback GSF files" will work with Cheat Engine because "applications that playback GSF files" are emulators.
- by Dutchie at 5:55 PM EDT on August 3, 2012
- previously i was actually thinking about putting a tutorial on the `Dutchie's method` here on hcs64, but didnt cause then it would be a tutorial for muting channels in either mario kart 64 or 1080 snowboarding
maybe you get it, maybe you dont
there is no `global` muting channels in cheat engine, every game has different values and every game requires different methods of actually muting channels
Mouser X is right, you cannot simpeley pickup cheat engine and start doing stuff that some random guy on the internet managed to do
the best way of muting channels in your game using cheat engine is to use your brain
but since Lunar taught me some stuff about TUK, i doubt if TUK will actually get what i mean
what Mouser X said was right
wait, where did he find that information?!?!?
...Mouser X actually uses his brain instead of saying `oh, it doesnt work, how do i do it blah blah`
- by Dutchie at 6:19 PM EDT on August 3, 2012
no, it wont, to succesfully mute channels, there must be a way to change the values of the channels volume, like hitting pause
Xsf applications dont have have anything simiar to this, Xsf files are copies of the RAM that only include the music playback, it doesnt have any controller related adresses, wich in this case change the values of the channels up on pressing
and when its not there, it cannot be found
- by TheUltimateKoopa at 8:01 PM EDT on August 3, 2012
- Look, I know it's REALLY REALLY hard to imagine, but some people are, as really odd as it sounds, clueless when it comes to this.
So STOP with your stupid "DO IT YOURSELF" attitude.
Did you walk into a classroom, and then before they even taught you, tell you to just "work out
5+52-5x/5-3+7-6/5x^3 = 67"? No!
"Use your brain".
I bet you use your brain, but it doesn't exactly mean you can make a program/application that makes coffee splatter all over your screen, while a random song is played. "Using my brain" isn't exactly going to be helpful on its own. If I don't know what to do, I don't know what to do. Stop assuming everyone on the internet knows everything about everything.
edited 8:09 PM EDT August 3, 2012
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