|QUOTE (pdescobar @ Sep 6 2006, 17:11)|
|QUOTE (Whizz @ Sep 6 2006, 12:14)|
|It was a radio station from VC, I think 1 MB.|
The Track that caused the error message was only 1 MB? Can you double-check and tell me the exact size (bytes or kb)? Was that the largest track you tried to import into the stream or were there other bigger ones?
|Anyway, I cut it into 51 pieces, deleted all Radio Los Santos files, changed the ini and imported it, SAAT imported it.|
Wait, but wasn't what you posted before an error message you got on importing that truncated the file? And according to that error message, it was importing 130 tracks, not 51? If you change the stream to have a smaller number of tracks, you will get stuff from other stations playing; the game expects the radio stations to be laid out a certain way and we can't change that.
|When I put On Radio Los Santos I hear pieces of K Rose, K-DST, K-Jah and mission sound. I even heard the original Los Santos. Everything except the 51 files I put in.|
If the import went bad and the TrakLkup.dat file no longer matches the current state of the streams, you will often hear pieces of other stations; same thing if you change the number of tracks. However there's no way you should be hearing clips from a station that you deleted...
|And btw, I'm using 1.1|
OK, glad you are using 1.1; that removes one potential cause of the problem.
Oops, typo. I meant 51
MB. The exact size is 54,7 MB
True, first I tried only one file, got that error.
Then I changed the named to a random track (34) and changed the ini file.
Same error, so I copied it. That's why it says 130, I wanted to see what happened when putting the other files in it too.
After reading your post I decided to split the file, I got 51 lil' ogg files and put them in, didn't work though.
About hearing clips from the station I deleted: I clearly heard the DJ say Here on Radio Los Santos, then a part of a song came on.
Anyway, I'll see what happens if I split the file into 150 files.
I'll keep you posted.
And thanks for the reply
Yes! I've done it! Flash FM in SA!
However, I'm having some problems with the ads.
They play whenever they like. Also sometimes when Tony is talking and then all of sudden a song starts playing. Or you hear the Rusty Brown Donut commercial.
Anyway, it's a start
Edited by Whizz, 06 September 2006 - 07:23 PM.