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  1. http://www.filefront.com/14617841/MOTS-Game-Music.zip/ There.
  2. Well then we are back to the original problem. I don't believe the game is going to detect what track needs to be played with the level that is loaded, regardless of whether you made yourself a new CD of the game or not with music included or not, it just simply won't detect the tracks, I believe. I could be wrong, but that's my theory. If the music won't work on my comp, then more than likely it won't work on your Linux setup either. So I need to ask you again: do you want the zip file I made that has the tracks rearranged in actual gameplay order? As I said, I found out what the tracks for t
  3. Well, okay then. I'll pack them up in the original order then. But just in case what you're wanting to do doesn't work I'll upload the other one at a later time.
  4. Okay, I'll do that, then. Small update, though; I found the walkthroughs for the first ten levels in the game on YouTube thanks to a guy named popkraz97 that uploaded them, and they had the level music in the background so I was able to rename the correct mp3s so you can use them on the first ten levels. He hasn't gotten around to doing the last four levels yet, so I have no idea what the last tunes are supposed to be.
  5. Mine does. I tell you what I can do, they are out of sequence like they are on the CD, but I do have the tracks already converted to mp3s if you would like to have them, let me know and I can pack them up and upload them to my Filefront page, just let me know.
  6. Hmm, that I am not sure of or didn't know about. I take it you looked on your CD drive in an audio program to look for the tracks? Because they aren't in plain sight when exploring the actual folders on the disc, they only show up in an audio program, at least that's what I understand.
  7. Ah, the good old no music playing deal. Yeah, this is a common problem with newer OS systems like XP, etc. The only way I know of to play the music while ingame is to open the tracks on the CD with an audio program like Media Player, Musicmatch, etc., and play them through that at the same time as you play the game. However, to play the tracks as they were intended to in the game would mean having to find out what the original play order was and re-order them that way, which is a royal pain, as the playlist order on the CD is not how they originally played in the game. I would like to know if
  8. Yep, that's what happened with me too. It just doesn't like the file, simple as that. I found a workaround, though, or should I say, I got the audio from something else.
  9. I think I understand what you are saying. So that means that if there is even the slightest transition in the file, even a pause in the sound until it picks back up again, that will cause this error, correct? That's what I was afraid of. This was the only SAN file in the entire bunch that has this problem. So there is no way to fix it. Okay, well, thanks for the help. I appreciate it.
  10. I hope someone can help me. I am using SCUMM Revisited to extract the audio from the Smush Animation Files from Jedi Knight: Mysteries Of The Sith. But I have hit a snag. One of the files doesn't read right. The rest of them were smooth as glass, save one. I click on the trees until I come to the IACT where the audio is stored. I hit play so it can read it, but I come back with an error box that says "Range check error" . And I try decompressing it to a WAV. Part of it rips, but the end of it sounds like it's scratchy. I even contacted a friend and he uploaded a copy from his game of the file
  11. Everyone, go check on Massassi Temple for three new Single Player levels for Jedi Knight. They were the three entries in a level contest. Here's the names and links for them. Magrucko Daines and The Crypt Of Crola by Goit http://www.massassi.net/levels/files/3105.shtml Maw Time travel by darthBJGO http://www.massassi.net/levels/files/3104.shtml Empire's Industrial Revolution by De-su http://www.massassi.net/levels/files/3103.shtml Download and enjoy.
  12. Lurker, Sadly, no one really makes Single Player levels for JK anymore, but by chance if you own Mysteries Of The Sith, a guy named Merlin made a Single Player Luke vs. Vader ROTJ level. Two versions available. Here's the links to the pages to read about them and download them, if you are interested: http://www.massassi.net/levels/files/732.shtml http://www.massassi.net/levels/files/731.shtml Also, for a little more Single Player Death Star duelling goodness, Anthony Piggott made a Vader vs. Obi-Wan level for Mysteries Of The Sith as well if you would like to check it out:
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