DOOM Audio Editor - version 1.0 January 1994
DMAUD sound_number [-s sound_file] [-e sound_file] [-l] [-q] [-x]
sound_number: 1-49 (1-61), select and play sound from DOOM WAD
-s : Store sound_file into DOOM WAD at position sound_number
Input files can be any sound format; they will automatically
be converted to 11025 samples/sec
-e : Extract sound from DOOM WAD at position sound_number
and store into sound_file in .WAV format. Will not
overwrite existing file
-l : List samples
-q : Quiet; no SoundBlaster output
-x : Allow length of sound in WAD to expand beyond current length
DMAUD will store sounds into or extract sounds from DOOM WAD files.
In addition, DMAUD will play the sound if a SoundBlaster compatible
sound card is present.
Please be sure to make a backup copy of the original DOOM WAD file.
Input files can be any format (.AU, .VOC, .WAV, .SND, etc) and
any sample rate; they will be converted as necessary.
Play sound #1:
Replace sound #1:
DMAUD 1 -s foo.wav
Replace sound #1, and allow sound length to increase beyond current
DMAUD 1 -s foo.wav -x
NOTE: Using the '-x' option can increase the size of the WAD.
Extract sound #1:
DMAUD 1 -e foo.raw
Replace sound quietly:
DMAUD 1 -s foo.wav -q
Bill Neisius[email protected]