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Maybe I could help translate, let me know.

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This is the German GUI language file "local-de.js"

I'm just waiting to hear back if the requirement is to generate a separate file called local-fr.js and submit the change. I can use sed to change "de[" to "fr[" but I believe what the task is, is to provide the French translation where the German presently is in quote after "let de- {};"

contents of file "local-de.js"

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console.log("navigator.language",navigator.language);
console.log("window.navigator.languages",window.navigator.languages);
let de = {};
de["WiFi Setup"] = "WiFi Einstellungen";
de["Choose Wifi Network"] = "Wähle das Wifi-Netzwerk";
de["Selected WiFi"] = "Ausgewähltes Netzwerk";
de["Passphrase"] = "Netzwerk Passwort";
de["Country"] = "Land";
de["Networks"] = "Netzwerke";
de["Setup Wifi"] = "Wifi einrichten";
de["Audio Devices"] = "Audio Geräte";
de["Set Hostname"] = "Setze Namen";
de["Reboot"] = "Neu starten";
de["Choose Audio Device"] = "Wähle Audio Gerät";
de["Play Testsound"] = "Spiele Testsound ab";
de["Play"] = "Abspielen";
de["Logs"] = "Logs";
de["Recordings & Playback"] = "Aufnehmen & Abspielen";
de["Choose File to Playback"] = "Wähle Datei zum Abspielen";
de["Bluetooth Devices"] = "Bluetooth Geräte";
de["Action"] = "Aktion";
de["Pair"] = "Koppeln";
de["Connect"] = "Verbinden";
de["Disconnect"] = "Trennen";
de["Serial number:"] = "Seriennummer:";
de["Install License"] = "Installiere Lizenz";
de["Choose License-File to Upload"] = "Wähle Lizenz-Datei zum Hochladen";
de["Upload License"] = "Lizenz hochladen";
de["Manual Update"] = "Manuelles Update";
de["Choose Firmware to Upload"] = "Wähle Firmware zum Hochladen";
de["Upload New Firmware"] = "Neue Firmware hochladen";
de["Restart"] = "Neustart";
de["Details"] = "Details";
de["Add"] = "Hinzu";
de["Del"] = "Lösche";
de["Load"] = "Lade";
de["Edit"] = "Bearbeite";
de["File to add:"] = "Datei fürs Hinzufügen:";
de["Upload"] = "Upload";
de["ShakerSeq:"] = "ShakerSeq:";
de["SerialCmd:"] = "SerialCmd:";
de["Move to:"] = "Verschieben nach:";
de["Volume"] = "Lautstärke";
de["Soundset"] = "Soundset";
de["Current"] = "Aktuell";
de["Next"] = "Nächstes";
de["Add"] = "Hinzu";
de["Remove"] = "Lösche";
de["Soundset to add:"] = "Soundset hinzufügen:";
de["Upload"] = "Hochladen";
de["Default"] = "Standard";
de["Stop Playing"] = "Abspielen beenden";
de["Size:"] = "Grösse:";
de["Output"] = "Ausgabe";
de["Send"] = "Absenden";
de["Audio Device"] = "Audio Gerät";
de["Clear"] = "Löschen";
de["Language:"] = "Sprache:";
de["Recording"] = "Aufnahmen";
de["Playback"] = "Abspielen";
de["Get Recording"] = "Aufnahme laden";
de["Enable Live Log:"] = "Live log aktivieren";
de["Clear log:"] = "Log löschen:";
de["Browse…"] = "Wählen…";
de["Global config"] = "Allgemeine Konfiguration";
de["Sound Settings"] = "Sound Einstellungen";
de["Announcements"] = "Ansagen";
de["System Settings"] = "System Einstellungen";
de["Shaker / Serial Settings"] = "Shaker / Serial Einstellungen";
de["Deprecated Settings (older board revisions)"] = "Veraltete Einstellungen (ältere Board Revisionen)";
de["Serial Media Server Settings"] = "Einstellungen für den Serial Media Server";
de["Save"] = "Speichern";
de["Device Controls"] = "Geräte Regler";
de["Sync multiple values"] = "Mehrfach Regler zusammen ändern";
de["Test Page"] = "Test Seite";
de["Command Tester / Lua Tester"] = "Test für Kommandos und Lua Befehle";
de["See changelog"] = "Siehe Änderungs-Protokoll";
de["here"] = "hier";
de["Download latest version"] = "Download letzte Version";
de["Upgrade your license"] = "Upgrade your license";
de['something went wrong'] = 'Es ist etwas schief gegangen';
de['Choose MCU Firmware to Upload'] = "MCU Firmware zum Hochladen auswählen";
de["Upload New MCU Firmware"] = "Neue MCU Firmware hochladen";
de["MCU detected. MCU firmware version:"] = "MCU erkannt. MCU firmware version:";
de["Bluetooth Settings"] = "Bluetooth Einstellungen";
de["Config level"] = "Einstellungsebene";
de["Memory for Samples:"] = "Speicherverbrauch der Sounddaten:";
de["Expert"] = "Experte";
de["Online Update"] = "Online Update";
de["Progress:"] = "Fortschritt:";
// top level menu headers
de["Version"] = "Version";
de["Config"] = "Config";
de["Sounds"] = "Sounds";
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Damn that Arnold thing doesnt get old! 😂😂😂

Put me damn for 3 cards if we can have that “feature” in !
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Apparently that's the real Arnie at his finest. https://www.behindthevoiceactors.com/vi ... erminator/

I can't listen to that without laughing at it. :lol:
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Little teaser of TZ running one. Things are moving forward again. Some Chinese holiday held things up for awhile.

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Is that your TZ?
I love the music. :)

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GILV wrote:
Sat Feb 19, 2022 9:24 pm
Is that your TZ?
I love the music. :)
Yep.
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really good sound of the TZ.
I like DOCT WHO disco.
I ordered 2 cards 2 weeks ago and have already received the 2 x Zero 2.
but I did not take the licenses to begin with.
I wonder how long approximate for the delivery in Canada.

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Who in Canada has stock of Zero 2 W's? They are currently in short supply.

The software license is tied to the serial on the Raspberry Pi. It's easiest just to set everything up and either copy down the serial number from the startup callout i.e. "Tilt!Audio is running with trial license number 'xxxxxxxxxxx'" or read it off the OLED display if you ordered the OLED display option. You can also find the number from the version tab of the GUI or with 'cat /proc/cpuinfo' at cmd line will provide the number. It will run enough without the license to make sure everything is running correctly and be able to obtain the serial number to order the license.

Yeah I'm going to board other games even though they they have DCS. The sound quality is that much better even running the original sound files but many have Altsound alternatives that sound even better. Just the improvement of samples from I2S to PCM5102A Audio DAC then 2 PAM8610 2 x 15W amplifiers is significant over the original hardware and provides proper separation which is very noticeable.

This is just a mame to mame comparison but the enhancement of the sound + the hardware is a night and day difference. The sound profiles can be changed on the fly just by turning on MIN VOLUME OVERIDE then bringing the volume to zero and then pressing down once more. For die hards that want access to the original sound profile it can be there as well if you want to use it. Still sounds bags better through the hardware. I expect to have kits available soon. My concern is with people getting Pi's atm with the silicon shortages. I may have to help with getting them supplied.

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I brought the ZERO 2 from (X2 ROBOTICS) to Ontario the cheapest price I could find $26.99 each .

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Same place I was looking at them. The "regulars" are all out of stock and when they are in limit supply to 1.

I don't know if I posted my code to convert .ogg to .wav. Anyway if I didn't here it is. You prob want to do this to load sounds more efficiently. Altsound is in .ogg which needs to be decompressed every time the sounds are used. This will convert all ogg sounds to wav, remove the ogg files after and edit all .ogg entries to .wav in the altsound.csv file in the sound profile directory. Install ffmpeg on the machine/virtual machine running linux to convert the file before transfer.

Also SSH and SFTP are enabled. Root login is root:raspberry. You can SFTP over files once you've got your network set up. Sounds profiles go in /boot/data/sounds/<director_of_sound_profile>/

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############################################################
### Convert Altsound .ogg to .wav for faster performance ###
############################ by random pinhead #############

# .ogg will work but needs to be decompressed on the fly .wav does not
# Install ffmpeg 'sudo apt install ffmpeg' if you haven't it already.
# cd in to the folder that has all the altsound .ogg files and altsound.csv for your machine
# bash the following

for i in *.ogg; do
  ffmpeg -acodec libvorbis -i "$i" -acodec pcm_s16le "${i%ogg}wav"
done

# Ater done remove the .ogg files no longer required in the directory

rm -r *.ogg

# open altsound.csv with your favorite editor and find replace "ogg" with "wav" save and exit.
# or simply use sed to find replace ogg with wav.

sed -i 's/.ogg/.wav/g' altsound.csv
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It must surely be me but, I keep trying to understand what you are explaining and I don't understand a thing..... :FP:
This is why I am getting a little scared of buying this, I'm overwhelmed by the complexity of the language used to explain, so how will I even get to prgramming and understanding the system.
Can you reassure me in any way?

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GILV wrote:
Tue Feb 22, 2022 12:28 pm
It must surely be me but, I keep trying to understand what you are explaining and I don't understand a thing..... :FP:
This is why I am getting a little scared of buying this, I'm overwhelmed by the complexity of the language used to explain, so how will I even get to prgramming and understanding the system.
Can you reassure me in any way?
It's not just you.

This is all a DIY version (and less expensive of course) of Pinsound. It's not a new capability or revolutionary. They took someone's idea/product(pinsound) and developed their own way to make it work in a similar way, albeit being open source and cheaper.

If you want plug-and-play then stick to Pinsound which is a fully developped and supported product. If you like tinkering and saving money then go the TILT!Aurdio way. Be prepared for a steep learning curve if you know nothing about Raspberry Pi/Linux. Folks that do it all the time will tell you it's easy but it really isn't. It takes time and patience to learn especially if it's completely unfamiliar to you.
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There's no requirement for SSH, SFTP or even converting files from ogg to wav. Since I'm conversant with doing that I drill down to optional ways to use the unit and inevitably someone who wanted to know and is equally conversant would have the answer. An SD card could be supplied that's already set up for a specific machine.

SFTP (secure file transfer protocol) just allows me to connect my computer over my network and transfer files to Tilt!Audio without having to pull out the SD card and shove it into my PC to drag and drop files onto it.

SSH (secure shell) lets me work in Linux on the Raspberry Pi remotely (something almost all will never need).

Converting ogg to wav just reduces the CPU load of constantly uncompressing sound files. There's tons of room for uncompressed files so it's more efficient to use them uncompressed.
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Sample of my TZ. Recorded with my phone and the microphone doesn't do it justice.


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Ok in the vein of advanced user audio tools I have written a conversion tool for assisting with conversion of folder based audio files to Altsound format. To create Altsound profiles it requires matching folder names to csv file name of Altsound.csv records in batches. The script to run through the folder types used for capturing and creating pinball sounds which are parsed and matched with my script then are placed in new folders which assign them their respective csv name. It can parse .ogg and .wav files (most are .ogg and can be converted to .wav before or after using one of my other scripts) The script can be found in my repo here: https://github.com/necro-nemesis/Altsou ... ain/sorter

What this means is that if a sound profile is only available in folder type format it can be converted to Altsound. I have successfully used these tools for converting to Altsound and subsequently fixing what was a broken original of the Chris Granner DCS TZ sound profile as well as Indiana Jones Reorch.

Additionally I have created another .ogg to .wav conversion tool similar to my previous one but in this case it will drill down into subfolders to find file to convert where's the previous one was to convert files in a single folder. This has application where files are converted within folder format versus Altsound format. This can run as a bash script by writing it to file and making it executable "chmod +x <scriptname> then running in a folder that contains all the sound folder files.

Anyway this is just to provide tools to advanced users that want to create with and get maximum utilization of whatever is presently out there. Eventually I may just host Altsound profiles I generate with these tools for others to just simply download.

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[/#!/bin/bash

##############################################################
### Subfolder convert .ogg to .wav for faster performance  ###
######################################## by necro_nemesis ####

# Create .wav files conversions for all subfolders of script directory

find -iname '*.ogg' -exec \
    bash -c 'ffmpeg -acodec libvorbis -i "{}" -acodec pcm_s16le "{}".wav \
    $(echo "{}" | sed -r 's/.{3}$/wav/')' \;

# Remove temporary .ogg.wav files

find . -type f -name '*.ogg.*' -exec rm {} +

# Remove original .ogg files

find . -type f -name '*.ogg' -exec rm {} +code]
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My profile code has evolved a bit. Posted my first Altsound profile that was a product of my software. https://vpuniverse.com/files/file/9418- ... masterzip/

I'll post a video of IJ once I make one. I also have a Chris Granner Altsound profile I made for TZ that has the original DCS music tracks that were dropped when DCS hardware didn't make production deadlines for TZ. I'll upload that profile as well.
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Hello,
How to configure the SD card
What file to install in the SD card for it to work.
And I will install the sound roms already made by Tilt Audio - GWL5 Rock Vocal with the L5 roms to the U6.
And I am able to install it in SD card but should they be left zipped or unzipped like normal roms.
Or if I get a card already configured I install it in my Raspery Pi Zero 2.
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j'ais reçu la nouvel version 3.8 .
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There's a spot for an unpopulated optional Arduino co-processor on that board revision. I see you have both DE and WPC connectors mounted and using DAC. What's it going into?
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je suis impressionné par la qualité du produit Tiltaudio :) .
le son est impressionnent et bon les pinball WPC avec un son stéréo de qualité.
moi jais installer des roms de son déjà fait an Altsond et je suis vraiment satisfait.
il y a des soucis pour pour qu'elle que Data east avec le réglage fait ,le potentiomètre ne fonctionne pas dans le cab ,
il faut faire le réglage du volume dans la tête.
jais reçu dernièrement encore une nouvelle version c'est le V3.10 plus adapté il est moins large pour faciliter l'installation que le V3.8.
la R6 déplacé ver l’intérieure ,et plus besoin d’installer des jumpeurs pour les emplis.
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On WPC the sound adjustment works both in the door and using the board. I preset the ranges for bb and cab for the speakers used on the board and then adjust general volume from the door switches.
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Re: TILT!Audio

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mad wrote:
Sun Apr 24, 2022 9:37 am
je suis impressionné par la qualité du produit Tiltaudio :) .
le son est impressionnent et bon les pinball WPC avec un son stéréo de qualité.
moi jais installer des roms de son déjà fait an Altsond et je suis vraiment satisfait.
il y a des soucis pour pour qu'elle que Data east avec le réglage fait ,le potentiomètre ne fonctionne pas dans le cab ,
il faut faire le réglage du volume dans la tête.
jais reçu dernièrement encore une nouvelle version c'est le V3.10 plus adapté il est moins large pour faciliter l'installation que le V3.8.
la R6 déplacé ver l’intérieure ,et plus besoin d’installer des jumpeurs pour les emplis.
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Merci André pour ce poste, le fait que, même en Français, je ne comprend pas grand chose a ce que tu explique, ça m'encourage encore plus a ne pas acheter, je sent que je vais être complètement perdu si je me lance dans l'achat de tilt audio, alors, pas pour moi c'est sur. :)

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Re: TILT!Audio

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Le nouveau board est plus facile à assemblé :) , la seule chose qui est compliquer à d'apprendre comment aller sur le net pour les ajustements.
Et comment flasher la micro sd avec le programme (balenaEtcher) pour inséré le roms en Altsond.
j'ais mon ami Gis qui ma aidé beaucoup, pour comprendre comment ça marche.

et Claude si tu est capable de souder minutieusement et d'assembler le tiltaudio et faire le filage pour mettre en stéréo ta pinball, je peut te faire le roms sur la micro sd pour ta TZ, et t'installé le numéro de série.
Le plus dure à trouver est un Rasbery pi zéro 2 à prix raisonnable.

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