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tutorial audio driver

Post by rjmno1 » Thu Oct 20, 2016 7:01 pm

When you get the error from ut 99 when its shuts down from the galaxi driver this turturial will help you to got another audio driver within ut 99.



First u have to download omp version omp 0,2 driver, install the exe file your audio drivers are automaticly configured in ut 99.

http://www.oldunreal.com/utpatches.html



edit and update unrealtournament.ini file for alaudio:


[ALAudio.ALAudioSubsystem]
ALDevice=DefaultDevice
OutputRate=44100Hz
SampleRate=44100Hz
SoundVolume=192
SpeechVolume=192
MusicVolume=200
EffectsChannels=64
AmbientFactor=0.700000
DopplerFactor=0.010000
UseOriginalUnreal=True
bSoundAttenuate=True
UseDigitalMusic=True
MusicInterpolation=SPLINE
MusicDsp=DSP_ALL
MusicPanSeparation=50
MusicStereoMix=100
MusicAmplify=1
EmulateOldReverb=True
UseReverb=True
OldReverbIntensity=1.0
ProbeDevicesOnly=False
UseHRTF=Autodetect
UseSpeechVolume=False
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Re: tutorial audio driver

Post by sektor2111 » Wed Nov 02, 2016 12:02 am

With mention that if you make advanced settings and your hardware doesn't have all required resources will deliver a nice system error and long as those drivers don't have too many sanity checks.

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Re: tutorial audio driver

Post by rjmno1 » Wed Nov 02, 2016 12:56 am

sektor2111 wrote:With mention that if you make advanced settings and your hardware doesn't have all required resources will deliver a nice system error and long as those drivers don't have too many sanity checks.
The error comes with the Original galaxi driver, you just have too install the omp driver wich added those 2 fmod and alaudio driver,.
You just have to select one of those and the error goes away like forever so.
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Re: tutorial audio driver

Post by sektor2111 » Wed Nov 02, 2016 6:52 am

rjmno1 wrote:The error comes with the Original galaxi driver...
I'm NOT talking about Galaxy driver, like I said before, for me Galaxy is NOT causing any problem.

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Re: tutorial audio driver

Post by rjmno1 » Wed Nov 02, 2016 1:39 pm

sektor2111 wrote:
rjmno1 wrote:The error comes with the Original galaxi driver...
I'm NOT talking about Galaxy driver, like I said before, for me Galaxy is NOT causing any problem.
For me it does.
Maby it has something todo on wich version of windows you are running.
If i dont install any of this drivers ill do get that error on closing ut 99 when i was online.
Maby it has something todo on wich version of ut99 you are running.
Its Original a bugy driver, these new drivers are more stable.
I have the goty edition of ut99, and pirelei has the same problem. :tu:
And not anymore now.
This turtual is only for people causing problems with this driver.
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Re: tutorial audio driver

Post by Dr.Flay » Wed Nov 02, 2016 7:16 pm

If you think you have what it takes to write tutorials, you should at least make the effort to spell the words correctly.
Anyone that tries to translate it into their own language will be faces with a bunch of nonsense.
English is my primary language and I have to re-read what you say before it is clear.

Every web browser has a dictionary/spell-check.
Every smart-phone has a dictionary/spell-check.
USE IT.

*EDIT*
Actually I just re-read it again, and I understand it less each time.
You have not explained what anything is, or why things are what they are.
This is just instructions on how to install more renderers. and is valid for any if you realise what you are doing.

You could reduce this whole "tutorial" into 2 lines of text.
1) Download and install this "Oldunreal Multimedia Pack"
2) Edit UnrealTournament.ini and set the renderer to AudioDevice=ALAudio.ALAudioSubsystem

Or if you were feeling brave, 1 line of text;
1) Download and install this "Oldunreal Multimedia Pack". Inside you will find the detailed instructions for Unreal, which also work for UT99.

Done.

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Re: tutorial audio driver

Post by Chris » Wed Nov 02, 2016 7:33 pm

And the biggest issue here is not your spelling, it's the fact that you don't really know what you're talking about. Your intentions might be pure, but I'd suggest keeping that "knowledge" to yourself until you feel like you know enough to actually debate the subject. And "I know it because someone else said it" is not enough.

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Re: tutorial audio driver

Post by sektor2111 » Wed Nov 02, 2016 11:54 pm

The fact is if you don't know to configure these new drivers you'll encounter system errors. If configuration is done properly they do work as should. These drivers still do need sanity checks added. If you set things which doesn't exist in your audio card they heads even to a blue screen freezing system. Right now, on an older machine I have FMod - operational, but messing with settings it heads to a system crash not only UT crash which is not funny. Beside this I don't really trust that story with 48kHz, UT sounds are 22kHz in original. Creating samples for 48kHz might head to screwed sounds because from a low resolution creating a higher one means "guessing data" and I cannot be sure if I'm wrong here - I was processing media stuff in the past - movies for older machines. From a higher resolution to a lower one you just cut samples - more easy.

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Re: tutorial audio driver

Post by rjmno1 » Thu Nov 03, 2016 11:32 pm

Dr.Flay wrote:If you think you have what it takes to write tutorials, you should at least make the effort to spell the words correctly.
Anyone that tries to translate it into their own language will be faces with a bunch of nonsense.
English is my primary language and I have to re-read what you say before it is clear.

Every web browser has a dictionary/spell-check.
Every smart-phone has a dictionary/spell-check.
USE IT.

*EDIT*
Actually I just re-read it again, and I understand it less each time.
You have not explained what anything is, or why things are what they are.
This is just instructions on how to install more renderers. and is valid for any if you realise what you are doing.

You could reduce this whole "tutorial" into 2 lines of text.
1) Download and install this "Oldunreal Multimedia Pack"
2) Edit UnrealTournament.ini and set the renderer to AudioDevice=ALAudio.ALAudioSubsystem

Or if you were feeling brave, 1 line of text;
1) Download and install this "Oldunreal Multimedia Pack". Inside you will find the detailed instructions for Unreal, which also work for UT99.

Done.

NOTE: The Tilde key does not open the console for all people. Different counties have different layouts. eg. on a UK keyboard I have to press `
take a look i made it more simple for other users, any sugestions?
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