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    Default Problems converting images.

    I created an image file using Alcohol 120% a while back and the image runs perfectly with PSX 1.13. But I want to use the image with ePSXe and I need to convert it from a .mds/.mdf to a .ISO format successfully. The .ISO file i created didnt play the sound in ingame FMV's for some reason. Can anyone help?
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    Smile Re: Problems converting images.

    Hello SirAuron,

    Did you enable xa sound in epsxe?

    epsxe>Config>Sound>Enable XA sound.

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    Yes I did, the problems only occurs when i make an ISO of the original MDF/MDS file, and run it on either ePSXe or pSX...
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    Default Re: Problems converting images.

    What program did you use to create the .ISO? It seems to me that the created .ISO only contains the data, not the audio.

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    I have used various programs such as MagicISO, UltraISO and PowerISO, but they all do the same thing. One other thing I noticed was that when i mount the mds file using daemon tools, the FMV's have sound...
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    Default Re: Problems converting images.

    Quote Originally Posted by SirAuron View Post
    I have used various programs such as MagicISO, UltraISO and PowerISO, but they all do the same thing. One other thing I noticed was that when i mount the mds file using daemon tools, the FMV's have sound...
    OK, I think that there is some specific info stored in the .mds then. Doesn't really matter, since the problem is solved, right?

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