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help Help creating custom voice pack
gigglegoats posted a topic in ARMA 3 - ADDONS - CONFIGS & SCRIPTINGHey, I would like some help in creating a custom unit voice pack (as in adding another language for a unit). I am green at programming in SQF/Arma 3, but I do have coding experience elsewhere. Unfortunately, I am unable to find any guides on how to do this, and the information that does relate to creating a unit voice pack is scattered and not elaborated well. If there is a good samaritan out there who would be willing to take the time out of their day to help me either by DM or by providing me with a list of resources that can help me learn how to do this would be much appreciated. If, however, you don't want to help, that's fine, but don't ridicule me for being new to making Arma 3 mods -- at least I am trying to learn it instead of begging someone to make it for me. Anyways I appreciate you guys (and gals) for taking the time to read this. Thanks
[Resource] Public domain voice pack (male and female)
kenoxite posted a topic in ADDONS & MODS: DISCUSSIONKenney just released a public domain voice pack. It consists of 46 voice snippets, both male and female, in ogg format. It includes the following: war_watch_my_back war_target_engaged war_target_destroyed war_suppressing_fire war_sniper war_rpg war_reloading war_medic war_look_out war_go_go_go war_get_down war_fire_in_the_hole war_cover_me war_call_for_backup More info and download links: http://www.kenney.nl/assets/voiceover-pack -- And the voices pbofied for OFP/CWA: Kenney Voices for OFP/CWA v1.0: https://www.mediafire.com/download/34t6ekgzudc2y39/%40kenneyvoices_v1.zip And the unpacked pbo: https://www.mediafire.com/download/daxd0un8czhfeho/kenneyvoices_unpboed_v1.zip Just drag and drop the @kenneyvoices folder to your OFP or CWA folder and add @kenneyvoices to a new or existing shortcut. Included there's a text file with all the classes of the new voices. I've set their volume to the one the default OFP voices use. They are also avaliable in the Voices and Anonymous lists of trigger sounds, with the prefix: Kenney/Male/ and Kenney/Female/ Feel free to check it out and report anything wrong you find there. Forgot to mention that I'm also releasing this as Public Domain. So feel free to do whatever you want with all this.
[Tool] Drongo's Toolkit Voices - standalone DSAI
kenoxite posted a topic in OFP : MISSION EDITING & SCRIPTINGDRONGOâ€™S TOOLKIT VOICES (DTV) Based on the Drongo's Voices module found in Drongo's Toolkit, by Drongo69 Modified and made standalone by kenoxite Standalone dynamic speech/speaking AI (DSAI) tool for mission makers. DOWNLOAD v1.0: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?3d2hi983iapaj85 Features AI units are able to say different phrases, depending on context English, Russian and Arabic voices You can exclude entire sides, groups, classes or specific units from saying anything Units will either whisper or donâ€™t say anything when itâ€™s considered nighttime Units will yell and call for help when wounded Compatible with kSuppression (units yell for incoming grenades, when theyâ€™re pinned down, etc). Overrides ECP DSAI, if present Works in MP Requirements DrongosToolkitVoices.pbo (included) ECP_DSAI.pbo (found in ECP) Installation Merge the template mission into yours Copy all the files and folders from the template mission (except mission.sqm) to your missionâ€™s directory Edit the DTV_settings.sqf file, if appropriate Notes Female civilians will yell when in danger. Otherwise theyâ€™ll be silent, as thereâ€™s no feminine voices provided in the pbos. DTV is less responsive to the environment than ECPâ€™s DSAI, as it tracks groups at a very basic level, and lacks a built-in infoshare. On the other hand DTV is way more flexible, allowing you to specify the language spoken by each side, including arabic. Changelog v1.0 - Initial release Credits Drongo69, original DSAI scripts vektorboson (OFP script lib) General Barron (randomint.sqf) ECP, for inspiration and DSAI pbos CoC guys, for CoC NS 2 SLX, for inspiration EXTRA DTV includes a yet again modified version of DrongosToolkitVoices.pbo. This time all the arabic voices have been converted to wss format and lip versions of each one have been created. That means that now any unit speaking arabic won't use telepathy anymore to comunicate, but will move his mouth accordingly. You can download this modified version separately, through the below link. DrongosToolkitVoices.pbo (modified arabic voices): http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?l7bwm93jt9fsli2 All credits to Wolfrug and Sickboy, who created the arabic voices in the first place.