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Saturday, December 13th 2014, 8:54am

And stupid me just realized, that mega.co.nz only offers 10GB bandwidth per month. Damn.

Anyone know a nice file host that does NOT limit your bandwidth?

Oh boy. I will have to adapt to this circumstance.
I will use WavPack (lossless too) for:

Weapons, Vehicles, Explosions, Effects.

And I will see what I do with the rest. I am not a voice over/character sounds guy.
Dropbox? :-/


Both do. That was really my issue. At one point I had everything on dropbox. My Dropbox account ended up being suspended for the longest time because of all the bandwith I ended up taking up. Really the ultimate solution is a torrents + seed box. However seed boxs cost money.

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Saturday, December 13th 2014, 12:50pm

Oh well, Mega.co.nz will have to do for now. I will use MultiUpload to distribute the files around other hosters. Many people these days have a file host account. :)

Multichannel has been mixed down to stereo, mono has been mixed stereo BUT with right channel empty. I could not find a way to keep it mono but I prefer one empty channel to save space. Anyone who edits sound knows, it is no problem to make a stereo sample mono and the other way around. :)

For now I have split up the audio into 2 packs.

Primary - Weapons, Explosions, Vehicles, Bullets etc. No soldier/level/music stuff.
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TheRest - the rest. :) (It is about 6 GB)
The Rest 1
The Rest 2
The Rest 3
The Rest 4
The Rest 5
The Rest 6
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Saturday, September 12th 2015, 12:04am

seed the torrent please

Hello people! I'm doing a project for film school, where I need to create a soundtrack from scratch to an already existing video and I need a couple of sound effects like breaking glass, suppressed gunshots and footsteps which are really great in Battlefield 3 and otherwise very expensive if I were to obtain them from normal sound libraries.

To all people of good will, please SEED the .torrent (the one linked in elementofprgress' initial post) and help out an aspiring sound engineer! :) I've already got 30% but whoever's seeding it is not very consistent in it, and my project is due to next tuesday and I've still got a lot of work with it.
Thank you all in advance and happy gaming and I hope to see you on the battlefields of BF3!

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Hello people! I'm doing a project for film school, where I need to create a soundtrack from scratch to an already existing video and I need a couple of sound effects like breaking glass, suppressed gunshots and footsteps which are really great in Battlefield 3 and otherwise very expensive if I were to obtain them from normal sound libraries. To all people of good will, please SEED the .torrent (the one linked in elementofprgress' initial post) and help out an aspiring sound engineer! :) I've already got 30% but whoever's seeding it is not very consistent in it, and my project is due to next tuesday and I've still got a lot of work with it. Thank you all in advance and happy gaming and I hope to see you on the battlefields of BF3!
To be honest I thought myself(and maybe Kraze(SP?)) was the sole seeder. Unfortunately the torrent is long gone from my computer. However I think I posted it on a few public trackers back in the day so who ever is left seeding it could be a totally random person, bot, seed box who might not even have the full torrent to seed.

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Is it possible to extract them from the game myself then? Is it a lot of work? Is it possible to do on my own?

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Is it possible to extract them from the game myself then? Is it a lot of work? Is it possible to do on my own?


It is possible to do it yourself. Depending on you knowledge/experience with python it is either confusing and somewhat difficult or crazy simple. Either way it does take a little bit of time for the scripts to do there thing. Like a couple of hours of letting things run in the background. If your interested send me a PM or preferably add my on skype. Skype: elementofprgress

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Monday, September 14th 2015, 12:58pm

Thank you for your feedback and concern for me, but I've finished downloading yesterday, so I'm fine for now, and this pack is awesome! I might share the outcome after I've finished unless someone takes the video down for copyright, we'll see. Thanks again and take care!

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Hello people! I'm doing a project for film school, where I need to create a soundtrack from scratch to an already existing video and I need a couple of sound effects like breaking glass, suppressed gunshots and footsteps which are really great in Battlefield 3 and otherwise very expensive if I were to obtain them from normal sound libraries.

To all people of good will, please SEED the .torrent (the one linked in elementofprgress' initial post) and help out an aspiring sound engineer! :) I've already got 30% but whoever's seeding it is not very consistent in it, and my project is due to next tuesday and I've still got a lot of work with it.
Thank you all in advance and happy gaming and I hope to see you on the battlefields of BF3!
Make the sounds yourself, if you get found stealing sound effects from copyrighted sources without permission, at least in the UK you'll probably get chucked off your course.

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Hello people! I'm doing a project for film school, where I need to create a soundtrack from scratch to an already existing video and I need a couple of sound effects like breaking glass, suppressed gunshots and footsteps which are really great in Battlefield 3 and otherwise very expensive if I were to obtain them from normal sound libraries.

To all people of good will, please SEED the .torrent (the one linked in elementofprgress' initial post) and help out an aspiring sound engineer! :) I've already got 30% but whoever's seeding it is not very consistent in it, and my project is due to next tuesday and I've still got a lot of work with it.
Thank you all in advance and happy gaming and I hope to see you on the battlefields of BF3!
Make the sounds yourself, if you get found stealing sound effects from copyrighted sources without permission, at least in the UK you'll probably get chucked off your course.



I actually looked into stuff like this when I first started extracting textures and audio and such. IF I remember correctly, as long has you aren't using the stuff to generate profit it is okay you won't get in trouble. Unless you manage to make tons of money and something from the game is used. Then you might end up owing EA/DICE some money lol I would just make sure to credit EA/DICE because the textures, audio, etc extracted from the files still belongs to them. Really the worse I can imagine ever happening is someone getting a cease and desist letter. However I've seen numerous successful projects, mods for other games, audio used for film projects, etc and never seen EA/DICE step in and stop it.

Unless UK has odder/worse copyright laws then the USA?

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Unless UK has odder/worse copyright laws then the USA?
It's not a matter of copyright, it's a matter of the institution likely considering it plagiarism to submit the work of others for your own project, unless they explicitly state you can do it, probably not worth the risk.

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