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The Easiest Method of M-Unit Creation

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Tutorials, Reference, & Guides' started by Varlin Saliptor, Jun 13, 2005.

  1. DJ Bonebraker

    DJ Bonebraker a.k.a Laura

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    Well, you know what they say about opinions.....
     
  2. estrongblade

    estrongblade Epaulette Inspector

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    Y'all be nice - :nono:

    So, do you think that someone could put what they are working on here so that some of the noobs can look the final results over? You know - kind of a 'these are the units I combined' and 'this is what it looked like after I finished' thing? Those of us who are still bottom feeders on the unit creation thing would greatly appreciate it...just sayin'. ;)
     
  3. Varlin Saliptor

    Varlin Saliptor Does not hate the future.

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    Do you mean you want more on the tutorial?
     
  4. sstrooper

    sstrooper Chieftain

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    I can make m-units but I want to know if there is a way to combine all the sounds together from the units so instead of the units being silent, they can have sounds, for example I made a 5 m-units that contains 2 german modern infantry, a leopard 2, and 2 marders and i want to have combine sounds for the attack, fortify, run, victory, and default. If there is a program for this please tell me, it would be much appreciated.
     
  5. Takhisis

    Takhisis Free Hong Kong

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    I know this a tiiiiiny bit late, but there's lots of programs out there for editing sound, and many of them are shareware or even freeware. Take a look around!
     
  6. Varlin Saliptor

    Varlin Saliptor Does not hate the future.

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    There are indeed a lot of free sound editors in existence. My favorite it Audacity, which you can get here: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

    I wonder how I missed that post until this bump...?
     

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