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After completing the first audio preview, you will be prompted for the file
name and file type that you want to add to the database. When you change the
file type, you will be prompted for the file description.
The description for an Audio file will be created from the filename and extension of the file using a combination of the System Path and File name. The description
for a Vocal Sound will be created by the program itself from the
voice name assigned by Splat.
To add a new Audio file, click the Browse button on the “Select a File” Dialog. You will be prompted for the file name and file type. Please specify these fields with the file extension of the file.
Audio – The name of the file being added.
Extension – The file extension of the file being added. This field will contain an appropriate extension if the file extension is already contained in the filename.
Description – This is the description of the file to be added to the database. The description is created from the filename and extension of the file being added.
If you click the Browse button, you will be presented with a file selection dialog. Click the Ok button to open the file.
With a file open, click the Add Item button to add the new file to the sound effect database. You will be prompted for the new sound effect file name, file type, file description, and the sound effect.
When you have completed the audio preview, click the Close button. If you want, you can select the entire
sound effects database by clicking the Select All button. This will highlight all of the sounds in the database. You can then click the Open button to open the database.
You will now be presented with a list of all of the sounds in your database.
To select a single file, click the Sound Preview button.
To change the audio preview settings, click the Preview Setup button.
To add a new audio file, click the Browse button. You will be presented with a file selection dialog. Click the Ok button to open the file.
To edit a selected sound, click the Edit Sound button.
To delete a selected sound, click the Delete button. To edit the sound, first click the Edit button, and then double-click on the sound name.
Once you have completed the edit, click the Save Changes button to save the
changes, or click the Cancel button to cancel any changes.
To delete the selected sound, click the Delete button.

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— The Splash Sound Database is the most accurate, detailed, and versatile collection of professional quality sound effects and background music available.
— The database includes sound effects, MIDI files, DAT files, WAVE files, and more.
— The WAVE files are compressed in a unique lossless format to allow for easy editing and preview.
— There is very fast file reading with libsndfile, allowing for quick playback of the entire database.
— You can preview the sound and it will play back to a 16-bit WAV file in the default sound card wave output.
— The database may open audacity and supercollider for editing or previewing while being played.
— Splat Sound DB provides multiple ways to convert the file into the appropriate format for the desired application.
— There are multiple ways of compressing the sound files for disk space savings.
— There are several ways to add user custom sounds or MIDI.
— There is a very easy to use interface with multiple views and tabs.
— The audio files may be burned to CDs directly from Splat Sound DB.
— It is also possible to add multiple items at once by dragging and dropping them directly from the Windows Explorer folder to the Splat Sound DB window.
— You can play any audio file in the Splash Sound Database by double clicking on it.
— The database can be saved and opened at any time for easy editing.
–The.splt extension allows for easy editing by any sound editing programs.
— Additionally, the.splt extension is simple and universal for many common editing programs.
— Finally, the.splt format does not require the use of any special sound card drivers.
— Splat Sound DB supports the following file types:
— WAVE (Lossless format only)
— WMA (used for Windows Media Player)
— MP3
— MP2 (low quality)
— AAC (used for iTunes)
— OGG (used for OpenOffice)
— AIFF (LF0)
— MID (16 bit)
— SD2
— SD2 (LFZ)
— SD2 (LF0)
— SD2 (LF2)
— SD2 (LF2)
— SD

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A database of free, Creative Commons-licensed splat sound effects.
When you add a sound to the database, it goes into the “Sounds” list, along with its duration and volume, and you can use it as you like. The database keeps track of the information you input, so you can go in and edit the information if you want to change the file’s duration or volume, or add a new sound to the sound’s directory. You can also drag the file’s pointer to the file browser to select the directory where the sound is stored.
The file browser lets you search for sounds based on their filename, file extension, or contents, and you can add a sound’s location, and copy its path. If you want to add multiple sounds, you can drag and drop them to the “Add Item” section.
A full description of how to add items to the database, and using the database, can be found in the documentation. There’s no mention of how to record your own sounds, but it’s not hard to figure out. In the “Sounds” area there’s a “Rec” button, which will let you record audio from the microphone into a.ogg file. “Rec” writes out the file to your desktop. If you click the “Rec” button twice (without stopping the recording first), then it will also import the file that you just recorded into the database.
To play back a sound, you can use the “Play” button, which starts playing the audio directly from the database, or you can use a drag-and-drop link to the file. If you open a containing folder, the sound file (if it is a directory, as described in the “Sounds” section) will be highlighted, and you can select it.
To stop playing a sound, you can use the “Stop” button, or you can select another sound using the “Play” button (which pauses the current sound).
The sound files you add to the database will not disappear unless you delete them from the database, so just add and delete them as you need, and no need to worry about the file’s being available to future users.
Supported File Formats
1.wav audio file
2.ogg sound data file
3.mp3 sound data file
4.mp3 sound data file

Samples in the database are generally not compressed (unless I was too lazy to add the.ogg extension).

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System Requirements:

Requires latest Windows 10 operating system (Version 1903), DirectX 12 or later, and 2 GB of RAM or higher.
Meets requirements for Minimum Specifications
The following specifications apply to the Minimum specifications of the game:
Meets requirements for DirectX 12
The following DirectX requirements apply to the Minimum specifications of the game:
Requires latest Windows 10 operating system (Version 1903), DirectX 12 or later, and 2 GB of