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I'm running Doomsday 2.0 build 1874 on Windows 10 Pro. All sound drivers are loaded. When I start the game the sound works but the music doesn't play.
About Unstable Builds — Proceed with Caution!
The unstable 2.0 builds are still being worked on rather heavily and miss several important features that are going to be in the final stable 2.0. The Snowberry front-end, for example, has now been removed in the unstable 2.0 builds. The front-end is required for certain basic things like loading PWADs, resource packs and other add-ons.
Please consider using the stable 1.15 releases, especially if you are new to Doomsday
Milten you were right when i run it as administrator the music plays again. Thanks. But this is still a defect.
1. How to get this menu in 2.0???
2. In 1.6 there was a menu, where I can switch audio to OpenAL and MIDI stream uses my DEFAULT sysem MIDI Synth device (I use Virtual Sound Canvas).
How can i do the same in 2.0?
I have the same problem with unstable 2.0 builds on Windows 7 32 bit.
The temporary MIDI files are created in the temp files folder, for example in %HOMEPATH%\AppData\Local\Temp\doomsday-3012, but the music does not play. I tried to manually specify the path to GM.DLS soundfont file, but it did not help.
I guess that the problem may be due to the cyrillic letters in the name of a Windows user.
If I manually set the path to GM.DLS file located in the download folder, I get a warning that the file is not found. Perhaps, Doomsday Engine can not play a temporary MIDI files for the same reason.
Currently the 2.0 builds do not have a GUI for switching the music audio plugin, but you could try one of the following command line options:
That will cause MIDI playback to be redirected to Windows Multimedia APIs, or in the latter case, SDL_mixer.
[audio::System > AudioDriver] FMOD Sound System (c) Firelight Technologies Pty, Ltd., 1994-2013
[WinMM] AMD HDMI Output (AMD High Defin
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[WinMM] Error getting line info: Error 1024
[audio::System] [WinMM] 1 MIDI-Out devices present