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  1. #1
    legacy-Lopar-XL
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    Voice Pack creation tutorial v0.2

    Name: Lopar-XL's Unreal Tournament 2004 Voice Pack Tutorial
    Version: 0.2
    Compatibility: UT2004
    Description: This is a tutorial in .PDF format on how to make Voice Packs for Unreal Tournament 2004. You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to view it.
    Comments: I'm new at this sort of thing, so please bear with me. I haven't figured out how to put HTML links in the document, though. Newer versions will look much better. I'm also thinking about making a voice library with sound clips of me using one of my character voices and saying all kinds of stuff, so you can use it for practice, machinima, single-player mods or whatever.
    Screenshot: N/A
    Credits: A full list can be found in the document, but I want to especially thank Areala and [ZDB]Stoerenfried for making the tutorials and tweaking guides for the first UT game. They cleard away the cloud of confusion I felt when opeing up UED for the first time all those years ago.
    Homepage: Nation Narrow Net and Community Voice Pack (Yeah, I know, still under construction...)
    Download: Nation Narrow Net

  2. #2
    Private Tux
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    Smile Tutorial backup!

    Sorry for bumping this thread. Take note that the first download link is no longer available forever. I will reviving this tutorial for good, instead, hosted by Dropbox. The tutorial is an HTML document format I created and it was written in HTML5, but the tutorial is unfinished yet. Soon, I will include screenshots, a collection of sample audio files for learning how to make your own VP and perhaps a Video Training Module.

    http://tuxandroidbase.altervista.org...Tutorial.shtml

    Have fun making voice packs!

    Cordially,
    Tux Android

  3. #3
    Blade_hunter
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    That's very nice

  4. #4
    Private Tux
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blade_hunter View Post
    That's very nice
    Well THX.

  5. #5
    UnShame
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    it was written in HTML5
    no it wasn't
    it uses the XHTML Transitional doctype, so it was written in XHTML
    why did you even mentioned it?

  6. #6
    Private Tux
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    Quote Originally Posted by UnShame View Post
    no it wasn't
    it uses the XHTML Transitional doctype, so it was written in XHTML
    why did you even mentioned it?
    Oops, lol, my bad, I was in a hurry to posting the new link earlier, although voice pack categories on my sig was written in HTML5, also my own upcoming homepage instead of Google Sites. Thanks for correcting me, man.

  7. #7
    unrealloco
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    nice tux
    heres original file from post
    UT2004-VP-Tutorial--v02.pdf

    Quote Originally Posted by legacy-Lopar-XL View Post
    Name: Lopar-XL's Unreal Tournament 2004 Voice Pack Tutorial
    Version: 0.2
    Compatibility: UT2004
    Description: This is a tutorial in .PDF format on how to make Voice Packs for Unreal Tournament 2004. You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to view it.
    Comments: I'm new at this sort of thing, so please bear with me. I haven't figured out how to put HTML links in the document, though. Newer versions will look much better. I'm also thinking about making a voice library with sound clips of me using one of my character voices and saying all kinds of stuff, so you can use it for practice, machinima, single-player mods or whatever.
    Screenshot: N/A
    Credits: A full list can be found in the document, but I want to especially thank Areala and [ZDB]Stoerenfried for making the tutorials and tweaking guides for the first UT game. They cleard away the cloud of confusion I felt when opeing up UED for the first time all those years ago.
    Homepage: Nation Narrow Net and Community Voice Pack (Yeah, I know, still under construction...)
    Download: Nation Narrow Net

  8. #8
    Private Tux
    Guest
    You're welcome unrealloco. And you got reviving the Lopar-XL's original PDF file, you've manage it for that mate.

  9. #9
    Private Tux
    Guest
    Updated my second post by changing the tutorial link, goes to my site now. Written in HTML5.

  10. #10
    UnShame
    Guest
    i tried to create a voicepack, put some sounds and compiled the package, but it doesn't show up ingame
    is it just because there's a lack of most sounds or i'm doing something wrong?

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