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Kagetsu Tohya translation

Unread postPosted: December 21st, 2008, 3:03 am
by solopy567
I want to be absolutely sure.

Did a full translation of Kagetsu Tohya ever come out? Because i've seen pictures from the translated game here and there, so i want to make sure

doesnt necessarily have to be mirrormoon.

Unread postPosted: December 21st, 2008, 3:05 am
by Kid-Wolf
It can be found on the BeastLair site. I think it's ok to give the link to that thread here.

http://nrvnqsr.proboards20.com/index.cg ... hread=3348

Unread postPosted: December 21st, 2008, 3:06 am
by Watashimo
Yep yep. By Beast's Lair. Its well done, but has a couple of grammer/spelling errors. Theres only like 2-3 noticeable ones.

Unread postPosted: December 21st, 2008, 2:44 pm
by solopy567
One more thing



I installed the patch nicely, but it said it didnt install the music and its said i need to make all the mp3 files into ogg files.

But there is no music files! Unless its the same music in tsukihime.

Unread postPosted: December 22nd, 2008, 2:21 am
by Kid-Wolf
Oh that takes the music that in the CD version that has Kagtsu Tohya. So you may have to search for it on the Tsukibako disk or Kagetsu Tohya disk you've installed the game with.

Unread postPosted: December 22nd, 2008, 12:52 pm
by solopy567
When I started up my iTunes, the Kagetsu Tohya disk started playing. So that confirms its there.

However, I looked everywhere in the disk, but i just cant find it! It cant be compressed into one file, so thats out of the question, but there is no cd folder there.

Unread postPosted: December 22nd, 2008, 10:36 pm
by AlinSabel
Try using the same instructions given in the Tsukihime readme to get your music:
7. The In-Game Music
_____________________________

Tsukihime uses CD-DA for its music, meaning that the music
is plainly stored on the CD and playable on your stereo CD
player. In the English version, we set up ONScripter to
use mp3 or ogg music instead of CD-DA, for two reasons.
First of all, the current builds of ONScripter don't handle
playing CD-DA very well. Second, there are alternative
musical arrangements for Tsukihime that greatly improve the
playing experience.

The effect is that you will have to rip your CD-DA music to
mp3 or ogg before you start playing. Because of many
problems with ONScripter freezing because of badly encoded
mp3 files, we recommend using ogg files instead.

For ripping CD-DA to ogg files, we recommend using CDex:
http://cdexos.sourceforge.net/
After you download and install it, click Options / Settings
and under the tab 'Filenames' select an output directory
for your music files. Then select the drive where your CD
is located under the 'CD Drive' tab.
Next, go to the Encoder tab and choose the Ogg Vorbis DLL
Encoder as your encoder. Click OK, select all audio tracks
and click Convert / Extract CD Track(s) to a Compressed
Audio File.

Once you have converted your CD-DA music to ogg, rename the
files to 'track01.ogg' through 'track10.ogg' and move them
to the subdirectory called 'CD' in your game directory.
Remember to delete your mp3 files if you used mp3 music in
a prior version of Tsukihime English.
Note that if your windows is hiding known file extensions
(this is the case if the files you ripped from the CD are
shown without an ogg extension in explorer), you should not
rename the files to track01.ogg through track10.ogg but
simply to track01 through track10 .


The original Tsukihime music is not of very high quality,
and will get extremely boring if you listen to it for a
longer period of time. Because Tsukihime is quite long, we
recommend using one of the following rearrangements of the
Tsukihime game music:

EVER AFTER - music from "Tsukihime" REPRODUCTION
Catalog Number: TMC-1003 or 1004 (Limited Edition)
The first nine tracks of this CD are revamped versions of
the first nine music tracks of Tsukihime. The tenth track
of Tsukihime is not available on this disc. The CD can be
bought at Amazon:
http://www.amazon.co.jp/gp/switch-language/product
/B0001927TM?language=en%5FJP
Be sure to copy both parts of the URL into your browser's
address bar.

TsukiBako version of Tsukihime
TsukiBako was a compilation release containing Tsukihime,
Tsukihime PLUS+DISC and Kagetsu Tohya. Whereas the music
on EVER AFTER could be considered a remix, the music
tracks on this CD are the same as in the original game,
only with improved sample quality.

Note that it will probably be much more difficult to find
TsukiBako than it will be to obtain EVER AFTER. Both CDs
offer equally good music, it depends on personal preference
which one could be considered the best choice. To use these
arrangements, simply encode them to ogg and install them
as described above.


I used a personal arrangement, so I didn't have to do this...

Unread postPosted: December 22nd, 2008, 10:38 pm
by solopy567
About the music:


Thing is, I couldn't find the music ANYWHERE on the Kagetsu Tohya disk. And I mean nowhere.

Unread postPosted: December 22nd, 2008, 11:15 pm
by AlinSabel
Surely it'll say something in the properties part in iTunes?

Unread postPosted: December 22nd, 2008, 11:28 pm
by solopy567
Unfortunately it didnt, so i had to resort to...OTHER... measures to get the music (Which all of you probably know what).

So basically, I couldn't find the music on the disk.


But thanks for the help anyway, you can let this thread die.

Unread postPosted: December 23rd, 2008, 1:38 am
by Kid-Wolf
Well there is one site I know of, but it could be considered on breaking the warez rule though. In any case try using any serch engine for Kagtsu Tohya music files and I'm sure you'll find something. Evedentlly there should be some online stores that still sell those CDs mind you aside from the two that are usually posted around here... I think.

Unread postPosted: December 23rd, 2008, 1:30 pm
by Message
Kid-Wolf, by talking about how to get KT music illegally you are in violation of rule number 2. Consider this an official warning.

Unread postPosted: December 23rd, 2008, 1:34 pm
by Kid-Wolf
Alrighty I kind of thought that would go against it in the first place, but to be honest I'm not fully sure how it's possilbe to extract it from the disk legitamately you know.

In any case I think it may be best to lock this thread so I don't dig myself a grave, just in case.

Unread postPosted: December 23rd, 2008, 1:36 pm
by Message
Kid-Wolf wrote:Alrighty I kind of thought that would go against it in the first place, but to be honest I'm not fully sure how it's possilbe to extract it from the disk legitamately you know.

Assuming it's plain CD-DA, exactly as you would legally extract the music from the Tsukihime CD. See the readme snippet posted earlier.