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  • Michael Rosner
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    Hello.

    Thank you all for help especially to Semen.
    I don't know why but I have just overseen your link.
    Now i have download your file and everthing works fine.

    Thanks again...Michael


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  • Semen Matusovski
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    Michael --
    Two days ago I gave you link to workable (at least, on my PC) sample with 3 wavs - http://ltr.virtualave.net/sound.zip
    You can find new pbres (dd Oct,4, 2000) even inside this zip.
    Or refusing to use a new version of pbres is your principal position ?




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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Michael,

    Another option is to use RCDATA type for the wav file.

    Cheers,
    Cecil

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  • jcfuller
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    Michael,
    Try the resource embed utility at my site and see if it helps.
    Just compile without the pbr statement in your source, use RC to convert
    the *.rc file to a *.res file, then use rsrc to add the res to your exe.

    James
    www.jcfuller.com/rsrc.zip


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  • Michael Rosner
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    RES to PBR Converting problems.

    Hello.

    I have a *.WAV file in my RC file.
    After compiling with RC.EXE I can see this *.WAV file in the *.RES file.
    After converting this *.RES file with PBRES.EXE to *.PBR the *.WAV file is disappeard.
    The *.PBR file doesn't include my *.WAV file.
    I am using the PBRES.EXE 23552 byte from 10.23.1997

    Thank you...Michael

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