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  1. The GUI frontend can't handle that case. If you only want to convert one file, drag'n'drop it directly onto the RocksmithToTab.exe (no GUI) in the Windows explorer. (Or start it from the command line.)
  2. Unfortunately, Rocksmith tracks only reveal the nominator, not the denominator, of the time signature. So I implemented some guessing into the program, but it doesn't really work too well. I might try and see if I can improve the behaviour a little, but it's never going to be 100% accurate.
  3. If you dragged it onto the non-GUI exe, then you should have gotten a new folder RocksmithTabs there containing the converted tab. If you have installed Rocksmith 2014 elsewhere, then just enter that directory in the GUI, it's the very first option. Although, if you have the newest version of RocksmithToTab (1.1) it should warn you if the directory is incorrect, so I'm not sure what you could be missing. At this point, you'll either have to describe to me in detail every step you are doing or even make screenshots, because I simply don't know where your problem lies.
  4. It doesn't work like that. RocksmithToTabGUI.exe always operates on your Rocksmith installation. You must give it the path to Rocksmith (normally C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Rocksmith2014), which it should auto-detect, and then it will process all the dlc and the original songs (the songs.psarc) installed there. If you want to convert a single psarc, then drag'n'drop it onto the RocksmithToTab.exe (not GUI).
  5. I'm not sure what you mean by that? For the most basic operation, run the RocksmithToTabGUI.exe and just click "Convert tabs". It'll generate tabs for all the songs you have installed (including CDLC) in Rocksmith 2014.
  6. I released a quick update to v1.1. There was a bug that prevented you from using the GUI if you had collected too many ©DLCs. Should be working fine now.
  7. I'm in the process of filling out the documentation on the website. Until then, you'd have to look in the source code, sorry :)
  8. Alright, the new version is ready: http://code.fosshub.com/RocksmithToTab/downloads/ I also decided to create a new thread over in the mods & projects forums, because I think that forum is now a better fit. So, please head over there :) http://customsforge.com/topic/25675-rocksmithtotab-generate-guitar-pro-tabs-from-rocksmith-2014-songs/
  9. RocksmithToTab is a tool which automatically extracts tabs from your Rocksmith songs, including official DLC and CDLCs. When you feel overwhelmed by a song and riff repeater isn't enough to make sense of it, it sometimes helps to be able to look at the tablature. With this tool, you can. The output is stored in Guitar Pro format. If you do not own Guitar Pro 5/6, there are several free alternatives which can open gp5 and gpx files, including TuxGuitar (http://tuxguitar.com.ar, they finally released a new version yesterday!), MuseScore (https://musescore.org) and PowerTab 2 (https://github.com/
  10. Alright, found the problem and fixed it. The remaining two can now be opened in GP5. But as I said, the tab output is messy and probably not very useful. Nothing I can do about that, it's something the CDLC author would have to fix. In any case, I think I'm done with all the bugs I had on my todo list, so I guess I'll go ahead and prepare for a new release :)
  11. As a workaround in the meantime, you could export to gpx and open them with TuxGuitar, then save them to gp5 (if you wish). TuxGuitar has just yesterday released a new official version with gpx support.
  12. Alright, I tested those with my dev version, and Cold Gin, Give In To Me and Midlife Crisis are working there. The other two are still broken, I'll investigate. However, after having looked at the (working) gpx output for those two, I can already tell you that you won't enjoy their tabs either way, because unfortunately these CDLC did not properly sync the beat markers with the music. As a consequence, my program cannot properly determine the rhythm and note duration, and so the generated tabs are very messy. (That's probably also part of the reason that the gp5 output isn't working.)
  13. @RockNRollKid: If you point me to specific songs that are affected by this, I can take a look. There have been bugs in my GP5 converter in the past which resulted in invalid .gp5 files, so that's always a possibility. @SixStringSlinger2k: The song is converting fine with my development version, so I imagine that one should also be fixed with the next release. (Any day now, I'm pretty much done with my todo list.)
  14. @RockNRollKid: I tested all of the CDLC you reported, and they are all working fine with my development version. So apparently I already fixed the bug that was affecting these files. Should work with the next release :)
  15. I'll take a look at these songs. Converting individual CDLCs currently requires you to use the command line version of the program, but I'm working on a new release that will feature incremental updates in the GUI, so that only newly added songs are converted.
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