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Mr. Stacks, sir, thank you so much for your efforts! Really great stuff. I've been using milomod for the past few days trying to get spotlights to work on dolphin. It seems I can get them to work when not using milomod but the camera just stays behind the crowd the whole time. When I use milomod on the same CON, the camera works as intended but no spotlights. Are you aware of any limitations with spotlights?

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Thanks to Ethanr3912 for his suggestions and testing the new features, MiloMod 1.7 is now ready for release. This is a big update. Here's what's new. MiloMod 1.7 Change Log Fixed Command Lin

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Mr. Stacks, sir, thank you so much for your efforts! Really great stuff. I've been using milomod for the past few days trying to get spotlights to work on dolphin. It seems I can get them to work when not using milomod but the camera just stays behind the crowd the whole time. When I use milomod on the same CON, the camera works as intended but no spotlights. Are you aware of any limitations with spotlights?

 

I'm very curious about this as well. I've been using MiloMod to play (and test) customs for, well, ever, and now that I'm an author, I've often wondered if spotlights are actually having an effect, or if it's just the fact that the graphics on the Wii and Dolphin are crap. Hm!

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Here's MiloMod 1.2.

I haven't gotten any confirmation on this, but I need to make sure bonuxfx actually shows up properly. The effect isn't rendered in the Wii version (lol) so I can't confirm it works. The spotlight issue should be fixed now though.

Another potential issue I may have to look into is how post procs are actually blended. Official Milo venues often have two time values associated with a post proc, so I need to see how those work to try to include it in MiloMod. It could be that blending of post procs is broken right now.

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There is now a new version of MiloMod. Version 1.3 is now out and fixes the following:

 

  • Fixed an issue where the unused intro post-procs could potentially get parsed incorrectly.
  • Fixed a timing issue with note off events for sing-along notes.
  • Changed post-proc conversion to properly support blended and hard-cut post-procs.

That last point is particularly important. Previously, all post procs would blend with each other if one post proc followed a different one, behavior unlike how the authoring docs describe. This is due to how these events are interpreted in the Milo file that I wasn't aware of before. Now, it works just like it's supposed to.

 

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MiloMod 1.4 is out.

Just a minor bug fix where singalong note off events were being stored incorrectly. This would make it so the assigned singer would essentially never stop singing. Also, the 1.3 version was not distributed with a KV.bin file, so this would have broken CON file importing. This file is now included and the feature should work as intended.

 

Download MiloMod 1.4

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Hey, Stack! First of all, this is really cool and I appreciate you making this for everyone!

I have a specific situation I'm curious about. I'm trying to get the singer to sing Harm2, and the Guitarist to sing Harm1. I downloaded MiloMod 1.4 and see that it doesn't have the option to have the singer to sing vocal part2 - only the guitarist, bassist, or drummer. Any chances of this changing in a future release? I realize this seems odd, but the reasoning is that in the song I'm working on, there are two singers, and the second singer is actually singing more than the lead singer in this particular song. I checked out Harmonix's DLC for 311's "Down" and Linkin Park's "In the End" to see how they handled this with two singers, and for both of them, they had the singer singing the red Harm2 part, and another band member singing the blue Harm1 part (in "Down", the drummer sings the blue Harm1 part, and in "In the End", the guitarist sings the blue Harm1 part). I'm trying to see if I can mimic this effect, having the singer sing the Harm2 part and another member singing the Harm1 part. My dry vox in Magma have the Solo/Harm1 singing both parts, but the singer still won't sing the red Harm2 part, probably because there are no notes in the Harm1 track associated with the dry vox during the Harm2 parts.

Any thoughts would be appreciated, and thanks again for making this for us!

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MiloMod 1.4 is out.

Just a minor bug fix where singalong note off events were being stored incorrectly. This would make it so the assigned singer would essentially never stop singing. Also, the 1.3 version was not distributed with a KV.bin file, so this would have broken CON file importing. This file is now included and the feature should work as intended.

 

Download MiloMod 1.4

This is should what i find for, thanks folks :D

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So I forgot to release MiloMod v1.5, which was supposed to have released in December 2019, and I forgot to release MiloMod v1.6, which was supposed to have released in April 2020. They're both very minor releases, and probably not as well tested, but I guess the plan was to roll it in with a bigger update, like fixing the broken compression. But here's what's new anyway.

 

MiloMod v1.5

Adds support for batch processing Wii folders through the command prompt. Arguments should be: milomod [input_folder] (optional) [-noMidiVenue] [-gameOriginRB3]

Download MiloMod v1.5

 

MiloMod v1.6

Added the option to change what character animation is used by default for tracks which have no play markers. This way, you can have a vocalist set to idle_intense for a song with no vocals charted which would otherwise have no play markers coming in from the MIDI normally.

Download MiloMod v1.6

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I went through the process of converting all of the Beatles songs and I have run into trouble with 1 particular song. "Day Tripper" for some reason won't load into Milomod. It says midi not loaded when I throw the CON at it. There is also about 5 or 6 other Beatles songs that says "Not a MIDI or a Milo"

 

Link to download file that midi won't load

http://www.keepitfishy.com/tbrb/tbrb_daytripper

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This is a strange case. I see an error about note ons without note offs. Looks like it was also reported in this thread earlier. I'm not sure how I would fix this though. It's nAudio throwing an error about not being able to load the midi in the first place. Resaving from Reaper seems to fix the issue. Even C3 CON Tools' MIDI Cleaner doesn't fix it. It makes it hard to track down what the real problem is and catch it before it becomes an issue.

 

Edit: Actually, there is a possible solution. Disable something called "strictChecking" which seems to work. I've disabled it in this version, so let me know if this does it.

http://dl.c3universe.com/5f76b9779049e9.45144322

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If I ignore error and just hit continue, the program kinda hangs and just spins and spins when I hover over with mouse. Still allows me to use the program but it doesn't do anything. It is at least loading up the midi now, though.

 

It's a little late now, but is there a batch option anywhere for 360? And how would one import into Reaper in order to resave?

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Thanks to Ethanr3912 for his suggestions and testing the new features, MiloMod 1.7 is now ready for release. This is a big update. Here's what's new.

MiloMod 1.7 Change Log

Fixed Command Line Mode with better processing of optional arguments. These may not even have worked at all before.

Added the option to customize the game origin override in the GUI. This is also supported as a command line argument. You can type in anything to use as a game_origin value in the DTA, though keep it as one word. To use it in Command Line Mode, the argument is "-gameOrigin" followed by a space and the value you want to use (as one word, of course).

Command Line Mode now allows batch converting of CON files! Usage is the same as processing Wii folders. Just point it to a folder of CON files and it will process them all. Also, any files which already had their Milo files converted will be skipped, allowing game origin and Midi venue removal to be done on different passes.

In the GUI mode, a menu strip has been added to include menu options and instructions on using the Command Line Mode. New features will be added here in future releases.

Also in Command Line Mode, backup folders are created automatically as needed instead of crashing when they're not found.

Download MiloMod 1.7

Here's an example of a command line... command that is supported. Optional arguments are anything after the path to the folder and are case sensitive.

milomod "path\to\folder" -gameOrigin mycustomgameorigin -noMidiVenue

 

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