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i had this problem for a long time, i have a feeling it is because of the system memory runs out and crashes. Sometimes the game stops streaming the roads/scenery then crashes because of the audio streams. With a lot of mods, gta sa will use a lot of memory




Gta San Andreas Audio Streams Aa


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On Game folder type the path of streams folder, for example: C: Program Files Rockstar Games GTA San Andreas audio streams. You may also type DVD path, for example: E: audio streams. On Output folder type the path where the music will be exported. Click Extract and wait till it finishes. Now you have all San Andreas music into Output folder.


Disclaimer: Although we make every effort to ensure the validity of submissions to the GTAGarage database, GTANet cannot accept responsibility for the contents of user submitted files. Website: Works with: Release/Version: 1.0 Status: Complete Started on: 15 Dec 2009 Last Updated: 25 May 2010 Views: 20383 Type: Created from scratch Rating: (2 votes) Please to rate this mod Description a new stream fix for GTA SAN ANDREAS: Game looks bright than before.Increased the game lighting so objects are brighter and better. More memory-parked cars and replay. The audio bug is fixed.What i mean is that during a thunder storm the car engine sound goes off but this mod will fix it.Also other environmental sounds resume as normal during rainy weather.


this method extracts all audio from GTA San Andreas, includes all music, DJ chatter, ads, background sounds and cutscenes. How to build 1) Get this archive: 2) On terminal extract this archive with: tar xfv radio-free-san-andreas-0.2.tar.bz2 3) Go to extracted folder: cd radio-free-san-andreas-0.2 4) Type:./bootstrap &&./configure 5) If a problem occurs, install the missing libraries and rerun the command./configure until it runs without errors. 6) Build (type it): make How to use 1) Go to src/ folder: cd src/ 2) Create the folder where the files will be stored: mkdir /gtasounds 3) Type:./extract your gta folder/audio/streams/. user folder/gtasounds./metadata.conf Do not use quotation marks or abbreviations , it will cause errors. If your path contains spaces, use a ' ' for a correct interpretation, for example:./extract /home/mrk3004/Games/GTA San Andreas/audio/streams/.


Audio/streams/. extracts all the musics and sounds. T o extract some in specific, follow the table below: Filename Station audio/streams/aa Police audio/streams/adverts Adverts audio/streams/ambience Ambience audio/streams/beats Beats audio/streams/ch Playback FM audio/streams/co KROSE audio/streams/cr K-DST audio/streams/cutscene Cutscene audio/streams/ds Bounce FM audio/streams/hc SFUR audio/streams/mh Radio Los Santos audio/streams/mr Radio X audio/streams/nj CSR audio/streams/re K-JAH audio/streams/rg Master Sounds audio/streams/tk WCTR .


GTA-Modding.com Draw out San Andreas Music Herb San Andreas Music Equipment: Short training author: FunGt This tutorial describes how to extract from San Andreas set up or from San Andreas DVD all the stereo songs. Download, get and run the program. On Video game folder kind the route of streams folder, for illustration: C: Program Files Rockstar Video games GTA San Andréas audio streams.


Yóu may furthermore type Dvd and blu-ray path, for illustration: Y: audio streams. On Output folder kind the route where the songs will be exported. Click on Extract and wait till it surface finishes. Right now you have got all San Andreas songs into Result folder.


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go to command prompt (Run>Cmd) and then direct it to your GTA Folder for me this is "cd C:\Program Files\Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas" but without quotes. in comand prompt type this : saat_stream -e audio\streams** c:\temp\saat Keep this open because we will need it later. Where ** is type the name of the radio station you want to edit E.G CH


Now we have to import the custom songs into GTA. To do this go back to Command Prompt and type this: saat_stream -i audio\streams** c:\temp\saat**\stream_import.ini audio\CONFIG\TrakLkup.dat Where ** is type the name of the radio station you want to edit E.G CH Now just hold your breath and hope it works x] if you have any problems just coment and ill try to help you wink.gif


In previous games, radio stations consisted of a single, looped audio file which repeated songs, DJ commentary and commercials in the same order. In GTA San Andreas, the game itself randomizes the playlist, DJ commentary during and between songs, and other aspects such as weather reports. Some stations, most notably West Coast Talk Radio, changes its programming as the game progresses, sometimes reflecting events within the game or subplots occurring within the radio programming. Even the police radio track changes towards the latter part of the game, when the riots occur.


"User Track Player" only supports .ogg and .mp3 music formats (as well as shortcuts to those types of files). Contrary to previous custom stations in the series, "User Track Player" offers various options of playing the music files: in sequential order, on random, or within a rudimentary radio station that only plays commercials between music tracks. Players are also allowed to immediately skip to the next track if the station is not set as a radio station. Inserting custom music into "User Track Player" consists of placing music files in a "User Tracks" folder, located in its GTA "User Files" folders within My Documents. To ensure recently inserted tracks are sure to be played, GTA San Andreas requires the players "scan" the music folder using the audio options for new music tracks.


The San Andreas Audio Toolkit (SAAT) User ManualCurrent Version: 1.10The San Andreas Audio Toolkit (SAAT) is a set of commandline tools useful for modding the PC version of the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. SAAT allows the importing of music files into SA audio streams and the importing of WAVe files into SA sfx archives. It will also necessarily allow exporting from each type of archive into individual files.SAAT was written by Dave Schmitt (AKA "P.D. Escobar") in C++; it is an open-source program released under the GNU General Public License. It was based on the open-source program Radio Free San Andreas and uses several open-source libraries: libogg and libvorbis for Ogg Vorbis processing and libsndfile for other sound processing.ResourcesDownload Locations for Version 1.10SAAT is distributed in two primary locations. From the official website: _release_1_10.zip From GTA Garage: =1186Official WebsiteThe official SAAT website is It contains the most recent version of this README file, other documentation, and the distribution downloads.FeedbackThe main place for discussion and feedback on SAAT is its GTA Forums thread: =225049. You may also contact the author directly via email.InstallationWindows BinariesTo install, simply unzip the archive and copy/move saat_stream.exe, saat_sfx.exe, and all INI files to a useful location such as the GTASA main directory. To use, follow the directions below and then follow the usage or examples.Open a Command Prompt window. On Windows XP this is done by choosing Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt. In the Command Prompt window, type the name of the drive where you installed the executables and hit return. For example, if you installed the executables to drive D: you would typeD:and then return. Change to the directory where you installed the executables by using the cd command. For example, if you installed the executables to D:\Program Files\Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas you would typecd "D:\Program Files\Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas"and then return. You are now ready to use the program; see the usage or examples for more.Source To install from source, unzip the full archive and open a command prompt to the src directory. Open Makefile in an editor and change the PLATFORM variable to a value useful for your environment, editing as necessary. Then simply type 'make' in the source directory to compile. After compilation, you would follow the instructions for the binary installation above.UsageStream toolsaat_stream.exe -e Simple export mode; exports all tracks from , storing the Ogg Vorbis files in an appropriately named subdirectory of . saat_stream.exe -r RFSA export mode; like -e but uses contents of for additional descriptive information to tag and name the exported files. Note: running RFSA mode on modified streams could lead to confusion. saat_stream.exe -i Import mode; creates based on the information and filename references in . Also updates to reflect the changes SFX toolsaat_sfx.exe -e Export mode; exports all sounds from , storing the WAVe files in an appropriately named subdirectory of . Uses to help locate sounds within the archive.saat_sfx.exe -i Import mode; creates based on the information and filename references in . Also updates to reflect the changes ExamplesI. Stream Tool Exporting streams example: BEATS Assumptions: This example assumes that GTASA is installed to the directory c:\Program Files\Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas\. It also assumes that saat_stream.exe is in that directory. It further assumes that directory c:\temp exists and is usable. Steps: Open a command prompt window and change to the GTASA install directory At the command prompt type the following: saat_stream -e audio\streams\BEATS c:\temp\saat This will create a directory called c:\temp\saat\BEATS which will contain the 10 Ogg Vorbis tracks from that stream (files named simply such as "Track_001.ogg") and a file called stream_import.ini which can be used to import any changes. Exporting streams with metadata example: BEATS Assumptions: This example assumes that GTASA is installed to the directory c:\Program Files\Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas\. It also assumes that saat_stream.exe and metadata-full.ini are in that directory. It further assumes that directory c:\temp exists and is usable. Steps: Open a command prompt window and change to the GTASA install directory At the command prompt type the following: saat_stream -r audio\streams\BEATS c:\temp\saat metadata-full.ini This will create a directory called c:\temp\saat\Beats which will contain the 10 Ogg Vorbis tracks from that stream (files named descriptively such as "Club Dance Track #2 (Hollywood Swingin').ogg" & tagged with appropriate comments) and a file called stream_import.ini which can be used to import any changes. Importing streams example: Replacing two dance tracks. Assumptions: This example assumes you've done the above BEATS export (example A) and it makes all of the same assumptions that example A makes. It also assumes that you have a file somewhere called "New Dance.ogg" It further assumes that you have a second file c:\music\dance_mix.ogg Steps: Copy "New Dance.ogg" into the c:\temp\saat\BEATS directory. Open c:\temp\saat\BEATS\stream_import.ini in notepad and look in the section [Track_003] (this is originally "Funky President") Change the line which says "filename = Track_003.ogg" so that it says "filename = New Theme.ogg" Now look in the section [Track_004] (this is originally "Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang") Change the line which says "filename = Track_004.ogg" so that it says "filename = c:\music\dance_mix.ogg" Save the changes and exit notepad. Backup your original BEATS audio stream and the TrakLkup.dat file Using the game directory from the example, these files would be: c:\Program Files\Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas\audio\streams\BEATS c:\Program Files\Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas\audio\CONFIG\TrakLkup.dat Go back to the command prompt from the previous example and type: saat_stream -i audio\streams\BEATS c:\temp\saat\BEATS\stream_import.ini audio\CONFIG\TrakLkup.dat Start a new game, head to the dance club, enter the red marker and hear your new music. Note, the dance moves remain unchanged from the original songs in this example. II. SFX Tool Exporting sound effects example: GENRL Assumptions: This example assumes that GTASA is installed to the directory c:\Program Files\Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas\. This example assumes that GTASA is installed to the directory c:\Program Files\Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas\ It also assumes that saat_sfx.exe is in that directory It further assumes that directory c:\temp exists and is usable Steps: Open a command prompt window and cd to the GTASA install directory At the command prompt type the following: saat_sfx -e audio\SFX\GENRL c:\temp\saat audio\CONFIG\BankLkup.dat This will create a directory called c:\temp\saat\GENRL which will contain a file called sfx_import.ini and 137 Bank_XXX subdirectories; each of these directories will contain WAV format sound files. Importing sound effects example: Changing the emergency vehicle siren. Assumptions: This example assumes you've done the above GENRL export and assumes all of the same things that example assumed. It also assumes that you have a 16-bit PCM mono WAV file somewhere called "siren.wav"; the sample rate of the sound shouldn't matter. Steps: Open c:\temp\saat\GENRL\sfx_import.ini in notepad and look in the section [Bank_068] Copy siren.wav to the c:\temp\saat\GENRL directory. The main siren is sound 011 and the alternate siren that plays when you use the horn is sound 012. Assuming we want to replace the main siren, change the line "sound_011.filename = Bank_068\sound_011.wav" to instead say "sound_011.filename = siren.wav" Save the changes and exit notepad. Backup your original GENRL sfx archive and the BankLkup.dat file Using the game directory from the example, these files would be: c:\Program Files\Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas\audio\SFX\GENRL c:\Program Files\Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas\audio\CONFIG\BankLkup.dat Go back to the command prompt from the previous example and type: saat_sfx -i audio\SFX\GENRL c:\temp\saat\GENRL\sfx_import.ini audio\CONFIG\BankLkup.dat Load a game, grab an emergency vehicle and enjoy your new siren. Notes on import formats In order for your sounds to play correctly in the game, they must be in the proper format. Thus, it will be highly useful to have an audio editor or conversion program available. There are many such programs, but one of note is Audacity. I single out Audacity because it is an open source audio editor and it is one of the tools used to test SAAT. Audacity is available at Currently, SAAT will only accept Ogg Vorbis files for stream import. The bitrate shouldn't matter but the unmodified game uses variable bitrate files so that would be the preference. The most important thing is that the Ogg Vorbis files must be in stereo. If you import a mono file, it will play at double speed resulting in a "chipmunk" effect. If you have a mono file, make a stereo file out of it by duplicating the original single track for both the left and right channels before importing. Also note that there appear to be some minimum length restrictions on stream tracks. In testing, very short (SAAT can handle most of the file formats that libsndfile can process. Since all the original sound effects are mono, 16-bit integer (little endian), PCM (uncompressed) WAVe files (without headers,) that is the preferred format. As with the streams, the most important thing is that it is a mono sound. If you have a stereo sound, you must mix it down to a single channel before you import it. Otherwise, in the game it will play at half speed. You should not have to worry about the sample rate as the game uses whatever rate it is told to use; however, the sample rate of the exported sound is listed in the import INI file. This will allow you to ensure the replacement sound uses the same rate if you would like to be extra cautious. The following formats have worked in testing and will probably work for you: mono 16-bit PCM WAV (preferred as no internal conversion is necessary) mono 8-bit PCM WAV mono 4-bit MS ADPCM WAV mono 4-bit IMA ADPCM WAV mono 16-bit PCM AIFF mono 8-bit PCM AIFF mono 16-bit PCM AU mono 8-bit ULAW AU The following formats have not worked in testing and should be avoided: mono 32-bit float WAV mono 32-bit float AIFF mono headerless RAW stereo anything (see notes above) These formats may be supported in future versions of SAAT. For other formats, if it is supported for reading by libsndfile, there is a chance it will work. Feel free to experiment with such formats and report back to the author so it can be included in the documentation of future versions. The libsndfile homepage is -nerd.com/libsndfile/One final note, imported sfx files must be less than 10MB. Anything over that will definitely cause a problem, and sfx files close to that might cause a problem. Since the largest sound in the unmodified game is approximately .5 MB this really shouldn't be an issue.Useful INI values SAAT uses INI files for a variety of purposes. Currently, there are three main types of INI files: metadata files, stream import files, and sfx import files. What follows are brief format outlines and useful values for these. I. metadata INI files Because SAAT was born of RFSA, it uses an INI file for metadata information when doing stream exports. A. [global] section The metadata INI should have a [global] section for tagging information relevant to every stream


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