No worries - I should have realised that non-dialogue videos wouldn't need a separate version for different languages. Thanks for taking care of it so quickly.
No problem :^)No worries - I should have realised that non-dialogue videos wouldn't need a separate version for different languages. Thanks for taking care of it so quickly.
Oh no... there's another stage I missed out - renaming all the file extensions!I've downloaded the German Version 4.0 and recognized that the included files are now MP4 files and no longer VOB files.
I've not had the time to test it yet... just wanted to ask, if this is correct?
Anyway, thanks for the improved video quality. It is just AWESOME!
Thank you very much for your quick response!Oh no... there's another stage I missed out - renaming all the file extensions!
You're right, @Rylex, it's not correct. To save you downloading the entire pack again once I get this fixed, I use Bulk Rename Utility on Windows to quickly change all the file extentions to .VOB.
I'll get all the packs corrected and back over to Chris
ren *.MP4 *.VOB
Hi all - in light of @Rylex pointing out my goof, here's a patch file for anyone who's downloaded the incorrectly-named MP4 files in HD Pack 4.0
As far as I know most of those have no dialogue. You could probably just wrap up the extra files in a separate zip rather than replace the existing ones. There's maybe two exception: There's the wash-out ending with the extra bar coda, and a segment of the scene where you chastise maniac for giving catscratch bad advice.Ah, it'll be the "walking about the Lexington" files that are missing. Since they don't have audio by default on the DVD version, they get missed out in the remuxing phase and I have to add them back in manually. I'll get them added in to the zips and send replacements over to @ChrisReid. Thanks for the catch, @Wedge009
Yep, it was those and a few others that didn't have French-specific audio (jump sequences and other clip with no dialogue etc.). Only the second zip will need replacing. I'll get that packaged up and sent to Chris now
Thanks for tracking that down, @BloodHounder - looking into it it did get muxed, but my SC_2470C.AC3 audio file seems to be empty. I'll get that fixed and patched ASAPI was doing a watch-through of the English pack files, one of the files where Blair is yelling at Maniac and Catscratch for his crazy stunt on the flight deck has no audio in the 4.0 pack (SC2470C.mp4). That file might need replacing, could it have had it's audio muxed incorrectly?
Huh... looking into it further, I've found my copy of the original DVD VOB from the GOG release for SC_2470C.vob doesn't actually have any sound either, which would certainly explain why my extracted audio is empty. Can anyone else check their GOG DVD VOB files and see if it's the same way?
Yeah this is the one I mentioned a few posts up. It doesn't have audio on the DVD for some reason but I did post a fixed one for you a while back if you still have that. If not here's all the audio for those scenes ripped from the CD versions : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mfMPxuc5-X0CEPUoRP0xV2V9XFHK1V1c/view?usp=sharingHuh... looking into it further, I've found my copy of the original DVD VOB from the GOG release for SC_2470C.vob doesn't actually have any sound either, which would certainly explain why my extracted audio is empty. Can anyone else check their GOG DVD VOB files and see if it's the same way?
Looks like it's the version of Maniac's "dressing down" where Blair tells him Hawk's got an issue with him, because the video content is identical to SC_2470B.vob - and that's the one where Blair tells him Panther's ready to "perform some below the belt surgery on you".
There are several space transitions that lack sound, but they are that way on the DVD. The audio for the Telamon scenes are in the pack I linked above.There is also no audio on the flight transitions from surface of Telemon to space for the Avenger and Dragon takeoffs (SC2900D and SC2900E). *IF* I can find it (good luck) I also have the original double-sided DVD release of WC4 *SOMEWHERE* if possible I could check that for anything, if I can find it.