No,I think not.. Or I couldn't find it !
Check what I did. Just put the file in the same folder. And for a GUI version, a folder browser would be cool ! Dr. Zaius
For now, how to use:
Create a folder "soundedit
" in your harddrive. C:\soundedit\
- folder "files"
If you want to extract the sound effect:
1. Start a windows console
2. Drag and drop sfxdump.exe into the console
3. you should have something like: C:\soundedit\sfxdump.exe
4. Add to this line: C:\soundedit\sfxdump.exe C:\soundedit\audio.fmt C:\soundedit\audio.dat C:\soundedit\files
You will get your sound effect into the files folder
Do the same to pack back your sounds files.