diafero wrote:The error message says that your source files of the conversion contain stuff that Drizzle can not convert to CC.
Drizzle has been developed with and for Java 6 only - it has never been tested with version 7. In theory they should of course be compatible, but we all know what that means when talking about computers .it may have been after updating java to version jre7
That's what I would have suggestedI guess my next step will be deleting components one at a time and then exporting and converting to see if I've found the culprit.
diafero wrote:I assume you mean Drizzle 30? There's never been a version 3.0
Yes, this is the method that I currently employ. I haven't tried any other means of conversion. I think you mean the conversion tab on 'the Art' page(correct?) (my n00b slip is showing ).diafero wrote:Also, did you try converting the Cyan MOUL files using the Conversion tab of Drizzle? It uses the same code, so that'd be a good test if stuff essentially works.
Has anybody successfully converted MOUL ages to CC using Drizzle an JRE7?
It's all right, just wanted to be sure we talk about the same thingpojibonzai wrote:Sorry about the misplaced '.' Yes, I meant Drizzle 30. I don't mean to be thick-headed ...I thought composing audio for games would be easy after working in film and tv.
pojibonzai wrote:Yes, this is the method that I currently employ. I haven't tried any other means of conversion. I think you mean the conversion tab on 'the Art' page(correct?)
The sparkly PRP does not use these classes, so it's natural Drizzle does not support them. Converting the entire MOUL Teledahn will not work.Let's see...
I think this one is used in Teledahn for the gun-like machine on the sea catwalk. Since it's the only Age using such device, the only file created by Drizzle for this Age (the sparkly) should be fine.
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