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RE: User Tracks
by stance on Saturday January 29th 2011, 18:46
Could you give some details ?
I can't make it work.
Could you tell us which software/codec/libs you installed ? (Quicktime, WMP, etc)
And also wine version, OS, etc.
One thing is sure: It finds the files in the directory (I checked with WINEDEBUG=relay and a simple grep on "Tracks").
May be I'm just doing it wrong in GTA. When click "scan user tracks", it scan. But don't say if he found something, or nothing. The User Track Radio continues to air some random tracks. Not mine.
RE: User Tracks
by nxu on Monday December 31st 2012, 7:10
Here's how I made user tracks work. (Kubuntu 12.10)
1) Run winecfg. In the "Desktop Integration" tab, link the "My Music" folder to whichever folder holds the audio you wish to play as user tracks. You might create a new folder and put the tracks you want to hear in it, or just point to the folder that holds all of your music (which is what I did.)
2) In Dolphin, locate the "User Tracks" folder (subfolder to "GTA San Andreas User Files").
In the "User Tracks" folder, right-click and select "Create New > Basic link to file or directory..." In the dialog that opens, for "File name" enter the name of the folder holding your music (the one that "My Music" points to.) I don't know whether the name matters, really. For "Enter path of file or directory", browse to the folder containing your music and click OK.
3) In GTA: SA, turn on "automatic media scan" and scan user tracks.