X41823T Apr 12, 2013 @ 11:01am
Custom voice set not working fully
Hello I've been tinkering with a custom voice set of mine and I've gotten 'some' of it to work in-game though that's like 1/5 part of it that works while the rest isn't played when it's supposed to.

Strange thing about it though is that under character creation it'll play all the soundfiles when you select and play it there but in-game things like battlecry/selected/rare selected/etc. don't play as I would think they were supposed to.

Before you ask if I've made sure it's 16 bit, 22Khz/etc. so I'm kinda scratching my head since all of these soundfiles should work when you're playing the game and not just under character creation so if anyone here knows what could be the issue please let me know.

Thanks in advance.
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Cherno Alpha Oct 6, 2013 @ 1:01pm 
I have the very same problem as you (worse actually, I can only hear my sounds in the customization window, they never play during the game itself).

I also tried using a BG:EE Customize Mod (weidu mod) that supposedly allows you to install portraits and voicepacks, but it was made with a non-Steam version in mind and I haven't been able to make it work. :(
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Cherno Alpha Oct 6, 2013 @ 1:43pm 
Oh! I actually got a custom voice set to work (I haven't tested it much but beside the straightforward selection/pain grunts I also heard one of my "rare selected" clips and the "bored" one ) by using DLTC Editor Pro.
Tutorial: http://forum.baldursgate.com/discussion/comment/281810/#Comment_281810
It only works when creating a new game so far.

But anyhow, that's so much better than it not working at all! I think I'll give up on having the text-version of my sounds showing in the dialog window though, hahah.

I hope this might help someone with a similar issue in the future!
Cherno Alpha Oct 6, 2013 @ 1:47pm 
P.S: There's one thing you gotta do (when you have the Steam version of the game) that's not in the tutorial I linked above!
Pick the dialog.tlk file from the steamapps>common>Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition>lang>(your chosen language, probably en_US) folder, and copy it directly in the Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition folder.
DLTC Editor Pro should stop freaking out because it can't find it after you do that.
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