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Enabled Original Turbo audio /Controlled Volume


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Works perfect with all transmission, except if you use clutch on a button.

Not all cars contains turbo sound!

 

 

Install:

Extract the car's audio file. (Euro\Bnk\Sound\Vehicules\x.bnk)

Open the CarVSTConfig.xmb file with a Hex editor.

Search the "turbo" word in the file.

(This is the Golf 6 xmb file)

[ATTACH]17349[/ATTACH]

You must change the value to increase the sound volume.

"these values is floats.

In examples:

CD CC 40 3D == 0.04707031

CD CC 40 3E == 0.1882813

CD CC 40 3F == 0.753125

 

8F C2 F5 3D == 0.12

8F C2 F5 3E == 0.48

8F C2 F5 3F == 1.92" - By tomsolo

 

Write a higher value. Save and repack the audio file.

Enjoy it!:coolspot:

 

Sorry for my english.

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i really dont understand how this works ..but you are giving a big step !

 

i think this deserves a big + rep to you ...it is my dream to edit the xmb files of my sound mods

 

Opelos what i wanna to know is if it is possible to raive the volume of the bnk file ...i mean if there exists a volume value on the xmb and ask you if you edit any value of reverbs or other effects?

 

Can you give us a further explanation on the basics of how this works? how did knew that if you copy a value for other the turbos become working?

 

Thank you mate

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Hello once again!!well the problem i have is i cannot find Turbo!!inside the CarVSTConfig.xmb

i use Hex Editor Neo.Well i open CarVstConfig.xmb i push to find the keyword Turbo but give me a crash

A Pattern Was Not Found what i must do and if it isnt the rigth porgram for hex :/

 

---------- Post added at 09:52 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:33 AM ----------

 

ok so i fixed all i find the way but some cars dont have Turbo :/ so it's difficult i must change names and put in other cars and then have a little problem with rims hahah thx a lot

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Works perfect with all transmission, except if you use clutch on a button.

Not all cars contains turbo sound!

 

 

Install:

Extract the car's audio file. (Euro\Bnk\Sound\Vehicules\x.bnk)

Open the CarVSTConfig.xmb file with a Hex editor.

Search the "turbo" word in the file.

Let's see how it work. (This is the Golf 6 xmb file)

[ATTACH=CONFIG]17346[/ATTACH]

Save and repack the audio file. Enjoy it!:coolspot:

 

Sorry for my english.

 

Just a note: these values is floats.

 

In examples:

CD CC 40 3D == 0.04707031

CD CC 40 3E == 0.1882813

CD CC 40 3F == 0.753125

 

8F C2 F5 3D == 0.12

8F C2 F5 3E == 0.48

8F C2 F5 3F == 1.92

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Sorry for being such a lame in Xmb editing

 

but heres my issue:

 

i finished my enzo sound mod recently for tdu2

after having all the samples done i want to raise the volume of the sound .... i mean by raising the volume incar the sound will become even more realistic

 

but i open hex editor and in the search button i write for example :

 

8F C2 F5 .... and it says no string found

 

So how do edit the volume of the sound ?

 

Does a single value raises all the samples or just one ?

 

How to modify ?

 

A video showing a tutorial would be greatfull ... and once again congratolations ... i remember a guy saying in xentax forum (where first tools for tdu1 or tdu2 where developed at) saying :

-The first one editing xmb files will be the king of tdu2 ! (like saying it was an impossible task)

 

Guess what you cracked that myth ! :D

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Sorry for being such a lame in Xmb editing

 

but heres my issue:

 

i finished my enzo sound mod recently for tdu2

after having all the samples done i want to raise the volume of the sound .... i mean by raising the volume incar the sound will become even more realistic

 

but i open hex editor and in the search button i write for example :

 

8F C2 F5 .... and it says no string found

 

So how do edit the volume of the sound ?

 

8F C2 F5 ... is not a string is a hexadecimal float (hex array). If you know what value you want to search, change format to hex array in search field.

Floats where value is between 0-1.0 is a something controll values, like volume - 0 mute 1.0 full 0.5 half (if linear). (Was just a tipp.)

Other floats like 4001.5 or 8000.3 maybe a frequency or timing/ delay values.

 

 

Does a single value raises all the samples or just one ?

 

I don't think so. I made some quick investigation for sounds xmb files* and seems have a strict stucture.

1. VST panels and parameters + values (seems hard as diamond)

2. Named sounds - like event triggered, turbo, door open etc - and paramaters/values.

3. Car speed sounds - like an array, but seems blocks structure is similar as named sounds.

 

I think all sounds have own values like timing, volume, delay etc.

 

How to modify?

 

Trial and error. Just choice an value and replace to something else and test. If you succesful detect what does the value, just note the environment (offsets, count, address whatever) because next block or file will be easier.

 

If you want hacking xmb files - don't need unpacking bnk, because bnk just a container file format. Open directly with an hexeditor and find where start the xmb files and try changing the values.

 

*The xmb files is a memory template or very similar thing. If you can manage values in memory you can manage xmb files too, because these values and structure is same / or similar.

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Thanks tomsolo for your constructive reply

 

By reading all this one thing is for sure ...you guys made a extreme difficult task here

 

To be honest i dont think i will try to edit the xmb file after what i saw in your reply -....thats serious decrypton over there

 

i will just keep waiting more of you guys who have a better fluence in this kind of material

 

Regards,

 

Modek

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I give up... I've tried countless time to make it work on my Impreza and nothing... What I don't get is where do you have to modify values to make BOV sound louder... it is possible to make a video tutorial?? And can you name a good program for HEX files??

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In examples:

CD CC 40 3D == 0.04707031

CD CC 40 3E == 0.1882813

CD CC 40 3F == 0.753125

 

8F C2 F5 3D == 0.12

8F C2 F5 3E == 0.48

8F C2 F5 3F == 1.92" - By tomsolo

 

Write a higher value. Save and repack the audio file.

Enjoy it!:coolspot:

 

Sorry for my english.

 

understand that the values are floats and how this might be work, but i didn't understand where can i find or edit the values with red color

CD CC 40 3D == 0.04707031

CD CC 40 3E == 0.1882813

CD CC 40 3F == 0.753125

thanx keep the good work

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