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I have the same version Designer and Wii installer by I cannot select Wii as the build type to export, I only get PC or PS3 :/

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Pretty sure you can’t select anything other than PC or PS3 without contacting Firelight first. I’m new to FMOD too, but I’m assuming it has to do with licensing for the other systems.

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[quote="magicbrew":21wgosgi]I have the same version Designer and Wii installer by I cannot select Wii as the build type to export, I only get PC or PS3 :/[/quote:21wgosgi]

FMOD Designer automatically detects which FMOD console API are installed, and creates the target platform list appropriately. To get the Wii API you’ll need to be a registered developer.

This information and more is located on pages 32 and 33 of the FMOD Designer user manual.

cheers,
Templar

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thanks Templar

My client (the registered developer) provided me with:

fmodapi40616wii-installer.exe
fmodapi40713win32-installer.exe
fmoddesigner10713win-installer.exe

I have tried installing these in various orders but have had no success.

Any ideas?

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[quote="magicbrew":ox3wkntk]thanks Templar

My client (the registered developer) provided me with:

fmodapi40616wii-installer.exe
fmodapi40713win32-installer.exe
fmoddesigner10713win-installer.exe

I have tried installing these in various orders but have had no success.

Any ideas?[/quote:ox3wkntk]

If you’re not already, try installing to the default directories (as specified by the installer).

General tips:

  • You need to install the SDK first, then Designer.
  • Designer will look for a file called dsptool.dll in the designer directory
    to create the ‘target platform’ list. This dsptool.dll will come with the
    Wii SDK.

I noticed your other thread about GCADPCM, does this mean you have resolved this issue?

cheers,
Templar

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