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[HELP] [NOOB] Total amateur on EOF, I start with an error


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Hello! I am just trying to start on EOF, by editing a Rocksmith .psarc. It was unpacked with RS Toolkit, but when i want to open it with EOF, I get the error:

 

980: 	Importing Rocksmith file
980: eof_load_rs() entered
980: Error reading tuning values from XML.  Aborting
980: 	Closing project

when I check XML, it says it's ok - I think. (and work ok in app)

 

<Tuning>E Standard</Tuning>

<TuningPitch>440</TuningPitch>


-<TuningStrings xmlns:d4p1="http://schemas.datacontract.org/2004/07/RocksmithToolkitLib.XML">

<d4p1:String0>0</d4p1:String0>

<d4p1:String1>0</d4p1:String1>

<d4p1:String2>0</d4p1:String2>

<d4p1:String3>0</d4p1:String3>

<d4p1:String4>0</d4p1:String4>

<d4p1:String5>0</d4p1:String5>

</TuningStrings>

Thanks!

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16 hours ago, CursedRider said:

Hello! I am just trying to start on EOF, by editing a Rocksmith .psarc. It was unpacked with RS Toolkit, but when i want to open it with EOF, I get the error:

980: 	Importing Rocksmith file
980: eof_load_rs() entered
980: Error reading tuning values from XML.  Aborting
980: 	Closing project

when I check XML, it says it's ok - I think. (and work ok in app)

What song are you trying to edit?

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9 hours ago, CursedRider said:

smells like teen spirit. an old psarc, that isn't on ignition

Ah I see the problem now, it's a toolkit xml template file not a rs2 xml file so it doesn't contain any note data and the tuning is stored differently.

It should look something like this:

<title>Acid Rain</title>
  <arrangement>PART REAL_GUITAR</arrangement>
  <part>1</part>
  <offset>0</offset>
  <centOffset>0</centOffset>
  <songLength>402.997</songLength>
  <songNameSort>Acid Rain</songNameSort>
  <startBeat>0</startBeat>
  <averageTempo>185</averageTempo>
  <tuning string0="-2" string1="0" string2="0" string3="0" string4="0" string5="0" />

Use the xml files in the "\songs\arr" or the "EOF" subfolder depending on how you unpacked it.
 

Ea3cCUQ.png                                                                            「愛こそすべて ,ギルティキス」                                                  Gh59blB.png

Utsu-P Discography                                                     Modding thread (dead)                                                  500 songs hype

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42 minutes ago, CursedRider said:

How software can unpack that is named RS2? I had no idea...

RS2 refers to the data stored in the file (it's what eof calls them in the import/export tab), it still has the standard .xml file extension.
They should be stored next to the .ogg file of the song when you unpack them with the toolkit.
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Ea3cCUQ.png                                                                            「愛こそすべて ,ギルティキス」                                                  Gh59blB.png

Utsu-P Discography                                                     Modding thread (dead)                                                  500 songs hype

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