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Post by Christuserloeser » Fri Jan 26, 2007 6:49 pm

I recommend nxDoom instead of the other ports. It's really much better.

Also BootDreams does create a dummy file for you, so it would be a good choice for creating your nxDoom compilation.

You can download the plain files for use with BootDreams here:
http://dreamcast.dcemu.co.uk/cgi-bin/cf ... 0,0,61,424
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Post by TechnoWolf » Fri Jan 26, 2007 9:59 pm

Hmmm...I seem to have trouble registering at the site in order to D/L.
I have not received a password via email. I may be on an unsupported mail account?? Is there an alternative D/L location for the plainfiles?
Also, I've had XP fatal errors with BootDreams...I'll try again, though.

Thanks!!
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Post by Christuserloeser » Fri Jan 26, 2007 10:40 pm

Hm, you could use the SBI from http://www.dchelp.net/sbi/

Link: http://dchelp.net/sbi/files/Games/NxDoom_2.2_bO.sbi

..or browse this website for the plain files and some goodies:

Link: http://files.frashii.com/~sp00nz/Doom/download.php
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Post by TechnoWolf » Fri Jan 26, 2007 10:42 pm

Thanks very much. I appreciate your help!
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Post by TechnoWolf » Fri Jan 26, 2007 11:06 pm

Hate to be a pain in the arse. 1 last question, and I'll leave you alone..LOL

I just went with SBI. Now the wad files....do I just throw them in this main folder @ C:\SBInducer\Inducer or do I create the folder C:\SBInducer\Inducer\Doom and put them in a 'Doom' folder?
I ask because I just burned from this SBI with wads in the main 'Inducer' folder, and on the DC, I get the SBI screen, then blackness.....no drive sound....nada.
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Post by Christuserloeser » Sat Jan 27, 2007 1:32 am

TechnoWolf wrote:Hate to be a pain in the arse. 1 last question, and I'll leave you alone..LOL
Nah, it's okay. Keep them coming.
TechnoWolf wrote:I just went with SBI. The unaltered extraction (single menu) looks like screenshot below.
I'd recommend 'SBI2Boot' instead of single menu if nxDoom is the only thing you'd like to have on your disc.
TechnoWolf wrote:...or do I create the folder C:\SBInducer\Inducer\Doom and put them in a 'Doom' folder?
Yep.

You don't need to add Doom.wad, Doom1.wad, Doom2.wad, tnt.wad and plutonia.wad to your modlist. However, if you want to add more wads, you'll have to create a 'modlist.txt' file with notepad or wordpad. Here's an example:
modlist.txt wrote:WolfenDoom: Wolfenstein 3D,Doom2.wad,-file wolf.wad wolf_xm.wad wolf.deh -savename Wolf3D1,Faithful recreation of Episodes 1, 2, and 3 of Wolfenstein 3D#Author: Laz Rojas
WolfenDoom: The Nocturnal Missions,Doom2.wad,-file noct.wad wolf_xm.wad noct.deh -savename Wolf3D2,Faithful recreation of Episodes 4, 5, and 6 of Wolfenstein 3D#Author: Laz Rojas
WolfenDoom: Spear Of Destiny,Doom2.wad,-file sod.wad wolf_xm.wad sod.deh -savename Wolf3DSOD,Faithful recreation of Wolfenstein 3D: Spear of Destiny#Author: Laz Rojas
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Post by TechnoWolf » Sat Jan 27, 2007 1:39 pm

Got it! I got it working with BootDreams AND a dummy file. Even got the mods figured out now...Thanks so much!
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Post by TechnoWolf » Sun Jan 28, 2007 2:10 pm

TechnoWolf wrote:
Hate to be a pain in the arse. 1 last question, and I'll leave you alone..LOL


Nah, it's okay. Keep them coming.
***Is there a way to port the PSXDoom audio into NXDoom? Files are in .raw and .lcd formats...??? (there's a psxdoom.wad on the cd as well, is it as simple as throwing it all on a cd-r with a modlist.txt for psxdoom.wad alond with the .lcd files??)
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Post by TechnoWolf » Tue Feb 20, 2007 11:02 am

TechnoWolf wrote:
TechnoWolf wrote:
Hate to be a pain in the arse. 1 last question, and I'll leave you alone..LOL


Nah, it's okay. Keep them coming.
***Is there a way to port the PSXDoom audio into NXDoom? Files are in .raw and .lcd formats...??? (there's a psxdoom.wad on the cd as well, is it as simple as throwing it all on a cd-r with a modlist.txt for psxdoom.wad alond with the .lcd files??)
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Post by Christuserloeser » Thu Feb 22, 2007 6:05 pm

Since you've PMed me that same question a while back I thought I just answer your entire PM here. Sorry it took me that long to get back to you. :oops:
TechnoWolf wrote:Thanks again for all your help. Having Doom on DC especially with mods is just the bomb!
Yeah, I love it too :)
TechnoWolf wrote:*** In a few of the versions, when you select 'End Game' to return to the main selection menu, everything freezes and does not respond.
(I got the plain files from: http://www.doomdc.tk/ and I used 'NXDoom_Beta2_R2'.) would version have anything to do with it? Is this the most current NXDoom version available?
It's strange. I had the same prob but it seems random. Getting back to the Mod selection works with most games, but it seems that with a few it does not sometimes...

TechnoWolf wrote:*** I've got all but 1 mod figured out. 'Aliens TC for Doom 2'. (also downloaded from http://www.doomdc.tk/ )
When I select it to load on the DC, it quickly returns the message:
"Fatal Error...Could not open atc2.deh"
All the files are in the Doom folder on the cd, along with atc2.deh, which by the way is only 11.8kb .
The command line in my modlist.txt reads as follows:
Aliens For Doom 2,DOOM2.WAD,-file atc2wad.wad atc2sf.wad atc2snd.wad atc2tex.wad atc2.deh,-savename aliensd2,Aliens Mod For Doom 2
I don't see a problem with the command line. Am I missing something? Should I just omit atc2.deh?
You have to delete the atc2.deh file from your modlist, or it won't work. I assume that there are parts of the .deh file that nxDoom can't understand.

Perhaps if you post the .deh file's content here (just open with notepad), BlackAura could exactly tell us which lines could be the reason nxDoom crashes.

TechnoWolf wrote:*** I own the PSX Doom. Is there a way to get that music onto the NXDoomDC? The main title screens and save screens music are in .raw format, and the during game music is in .LCD format. (There is a psxdoom.wad file on the CD by the way @ 4.58mb).
Could it be as simple as throwing it all into the 'doom' folder on the NXdoom cd with the doom.wad and put all the .lcd files in the command line????
I never had Doom on PSX nor Saturn (it's illegal here, so I couldn't just buy it in shops when it was released). Would be interestng to see if the psxdoom.wad file itself would work with nxDoom if it would be renamed to 'doom.wad'...

Anyway, nxDoom allows XM music only so you would have to convert all the music to WAVs and then import them in a modtracker. I never did something like this myself, but I've read a tutorial here:

http://atari.vg-network.com/fenix/techinfo.html
Converting WAVs to s3m format without a highly noticable loss of quality: You will need to use Modplug Tracker. Load the program and select "File->Open" and then search for your wave file. Once you got it click on "Song Properties" and select the "S3M" module type, click "ok" and again to the warning. Save your work as "nameyouwant.s3m" and then use that song (with load_song() and play_song() commands in Fenix) within your game. You will notice that you'll have bigger ram support for music (near 3 mb of file limit) and they will play without any choppiness. You can also convert IT, MOD, and XM formats in this way, although your mileage will vary depending on the samples used in the original format.
Just download the ModPlug Tracker and the music here. A WAD editor such as the Doom Builder is needed too. Open BlackAura's music files and examine the layout and file names. Copy their structure when rebuilding your custom XM music WADs.


A pretty detailed workaround on how to get the tracks to loop perfectly in the DC version was posted by BA in this thread:
MethodGit wrote:I was using tools like XWE, Winamp and ModPlug Tracker to extract the music from all my mods, convert them to MIDI and then convert them to XM/IT. Now I notice that with the default XMs nxDoom auto-loops the music every time. But when I tried testing out Ultimate Simpsons Doom, while the new XM wad I made worked, it wouldn't restart the song again from the beginning, and I notice the following message in the console window:

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Warning: End of song reached! This may not work on a DC!
Which kinda worries me as to whether this means the music won't even play on the Dreamcast port (was testing the Windows port).

Do me and BA do things a little differently round here? Much help appreciated, thanks?
BlackAura wrote:That's pretty much exactly how I made the original XMs. For some reason, the Dreamcast version of nxDoom crashes when it hits the end on a song instead of looping. So, I added a position jump command at the end of each XM file, which jumped back to the first note of the first pattern. I believe it was effect B00.

If you rip a song out of one of my XM WADs, you should see that effect right at the end of the song. Might have had a C00 effect (pattern jump) in there as well, to make sure it started at the right row.
MethodGit wrote:Ah, okaaaaaaaaaaay......... perhaps you could pretty please give me a step-by-step guide on how to add one of these "position jump command"s to any XM of my choice? I'm not very knowledgeable on those.... this is something to be done in ModPlug Tracker right????
BlackAura wrote:Yep. Go to the last pattern of the song (open the Patterns tab, and grab the last pattern), and then go down to the bottom of that pattern, after the last note finishes.

In the lower window, you should see a lot of columns, each representing a channel. The columns contain four sub-columns, the right-most one of which corresponds to effects. In the right-most sub-column of the first channel, write "B00" (that's B, zero, zero). In the right-most sub column of the second channel, put "C00".


Let me know if you got it to work and please dont't forget to share your music WADs with us ;)
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Post by TechnoWolf » Thu Feb 22, 2007 6:48 pm

Let me know if you got it to work and please dont't forget to share your music WADs with us
Thanks for the info! Ironic you replied today, I just found this link for a PSXDOOM.WAD
http://doomdepot.doom2.net/doommisc.html#mwads

The site claims it will only work with Zdoom 1.23 and higher, but we shall see???
(I'll test this weekend, and just do it myself per your instructions if no go the "easy" way.)
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Post by Christuserloeser » Fri Feb 23, 2007 6:59 am

Nah, these won't work. nxDoom needs music in XM format.
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Post by TechnoWolf » Thu Nov 15, 2007 5:01 pm

Christuserloeser wrote:You have to delete the atc2.deh file from your modlist, or it won't work. I assume that there are parts of the .deh file that nxDoom can't understand.

Perhaps if you post the .deh file's content here (just open with notepad), BlackAura could exactly tell us which lines could be the reason nxDoom crashes.
Extreme delayed reaction on this thread, but here it is:

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Patch File for DeHackEd v3.0

# Note: Use the pound sign ('#') to start comment lines.

Doom version = 19
Patch format = 6


Thing 2 (Trooper)
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Hit points = 180
First moving frame = 444
Alert sound = 39
Attack sound = 0
Injury frame = 455
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Close attack frame = 452
Far attack frame = 0
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Death sound = 62
Speed = 10
Width = 1048576
Mass = 20
Missile damage = 30
Action sound = 76

Thing 3 (Sargeant)
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Hit points = 130
First moving frame = 477
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Exploding frame = 0
Death sound = 0
Speed = 10
Width = 1966080
Mass = 400
Action sound = 0

Thing 12 (Imp)
Death sound = 64
Missile damage = 30

Thing 13 (Demon)
Death sound = 67

Thing 14 (Spectre)
Hit points = 130
Death frame = 462
Bits = 4194310

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First moving frame = 507
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Death frame = 194
Speed = 1
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Height = 2359296
Mass = 60
Bits = 4

Thing 16 (Baron of Hell)
Hit points = 1500
Pain chance = 100
Height = 6815744
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Thing 17 (Baron Fireball)
Alert sound = 0

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Hit points = 50
Death sound = 31
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Bits = 4194310

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Death frame = 542
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Height = 6815744
Mass = 1500

Thing 31 (Barrel)
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Speed = 1

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Mass = 50
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Bits = 4194310

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Bits = 536

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Re: Doom Official

Post by BlackAura » Mon Nov 19, 2007 12:56 am

Nothing seems obviously wrong. Probably a buffer overflow or something happening inside the DeHacked parser.
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