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About mrquincy

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  1. I am very disappointed in Obsidian right now. I've been underwhelmed with POE 2 so far. I think D:OS 2 was way more fun the first 50 hours. I hope they get us a monstrous patch before the end of May to make up for it.
  2. It's annoying that a game released 18 years ago (Baldur's Gate 2) had the easiest way to customize your game. For example. Want to add your own portraits? Simply resize your .jpeg files (using MS Paint) to match ours and drop it in an easily found portraits folder. Want to add your own custom voices? We have a text file that shows you the actual SCRIPT of the dialog being voiced. You'd just record your own lines from the script using MS Sound Recorder and drop it into the matching folder. Is this THAT hard to do???? But I digress. Thanks for the information sir.
  3. Hi, I simply want to replace the player's voice with my own voice. There are 155 .wem audio files under the "****y male player" voice set. What is the easiest way to accomplish this? Thanks!
  4. Hi, Okay -I've figured it out. Below are the steps that I used. 1. Go to the directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Pillars of Eternity\PillarsOfEternity_Data\data\audio\vocalization\vo wav files\player (Windows 8 or 7). 2. Copy the voice set that you plan to replace. In my instance, I copied all 72 instances of male stoic. 3. Create 2 folders on your desktop - POE Voice Set Original (backup purposes) and POE Custom Voice Set. 4. Paste the 72 instances of Males stoic into both POE folders. 5. You can then play all 72 sounds using Mozilla Firefox. Create yourself a notepad of the lines to use. For example: player_voice_set_m_stoic_0001 says "Yes." 0004 says "Sure." 6. Now you simply replace those voices as you see fit. I used Windows Sound Recorder to record myself acting out the lines and used this site : http://audio.online-convert.com/convert-to-ogg to convert my files into the ogg format that Pillars requires. It's really easy to do. I tested them in game and it works fine. Any questions?
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