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Sound Test Scene

Version: 1.0

Author: DiamondandPlatinum3

Date: June 18, 2012

 

 

 

 

Planned Future Versions

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Description

 

This script creates a new scene in your menu which allows you to listen to music in your game.

There are three different versions of this script which do different things. I suggest you read what each does before deciding which one you want to use.

 

 

 

Features

 

Customisable Version

  • Allows you to directly set the Display Name of Audio Files
  • Allows you to only listen to a certain track if you've unlocked that track via an event switch
  • Allows you to use categories for your tracks
  • Allows you to apply Audio Information for each individual track
  • Allows you to have individual album art for each song displayed in the background.
Customisable-CSV Version
  • Has the same features as the customisable version.
  • The customisation process for sound files is instead done via a .csv file rather than hardcoded into the script.
Non-Customisable Version
  • Allows you to link folders to your SoundTestScene. Each time you view the SoundTestScene all SoundFiles in that Folder will be Added for you to listen to. This includes any new sounds you've inputted since your last visit.
Screenshots

 

Customisable Sound Test Scene

 

 

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Customisable-CSV Version

 

 

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Non-Customisable Sound Test Scene

 

 

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Instructions

  • You can call the scene at anytime by using the following in a script call: SceneManager.call(Scene_SoundTest)
  • Go into the Editable Region on either version and edit things as needed.
  • If using the CSV Version, get the default CSV File from Mediafire and edit it as needed.
Script

 

Get it from here

 

 

 

Credit

  • DiamondandPlatinum3
Thanks
  • Zeriab - Just for some hugs
Support

 

Post in this thread or PM me.

 

 

Known Compatibility Issues

 

I am unaware of any scripts it doesn't work with; if you find any, post in this thread.

 

 

 

Demo

 

Shouldn't be necessary

 

 

 

Author's Notes

 

In case you're interested you can watch this script being made here.

 

 

 

Terms of Use

 

You may find my Terms of Use Here.

Edited by DP3

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This is awesome! I have a suggestion though.

If you have a lot of tracks that you want to put in, it would be great if we could organize them with "sub categories", if you know what I mean. It's like the Sound Test in Tales of Graces.

 

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Edited by Anderson88

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I would like an easier way to set up the sound files. For example, maybe I want to pull it from an external csv file rather than hardcoding it into the script.

Done, thanks for the suggestion.

 

 

Easy and simple, only thing is, when I open it, takes FOREVER to load

I'd like to know what your definition of 'FOREVER' is, I can load a lot of files with this in less than a second, so suggesting it takes "FOREVER" to load sounds unreasonable. Nevertheless I'm gonna guess the reason for your criticism is that you don't like waiting for the animation effect; I have provided the option to turn it off now.

 

This is awesome! I have a suggestion though.

If you have a lot of tracks that you want to put in, it would be great if we could organize them with "sub categories", if you know what I mean. It's like the Sound Test in Tales of Graces.

Done, thank you as well.

 

 

 

 

Script has been updated for the customisable version.

  • Sounds now have individual categories, as well as individual album art that can be displayed when selected.
  • Extra options added to the Editable Region.
  • New CSV Version Added: This version is basically the same as the customisable version except that all sound editing is done via csv files.
Edited by DP3

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