People keep asking about how to use this software so I made this short, down to the basics tutorial. If you want a fuller understanding of this application, please visit this page: fav.me/d4iilug
There is a stage that was built to support this tutorial. It can be downloaded from here: bowlroll.net/up/dl28837
Google "directx diagnostic tools" and find the version for your system - just follow their instructions to run to tool to check. You might have to reinstall directx or at least repair it.
VMDSpectrum motion data made from the music is used only to drive models equipped to accept this type of data.
You cannot use the VMDSpectrum data to make motion for Miku, only for models (usually stages) specially built to accept this type of data.
What you reported in your original two posts is unusual to say the least as it is telling me that your audio is more likely a 'sound' rather than a piece of music. So something is not right, and that could be one of many things but the three things that are most likely causes are:
1. The audio clip only uses certain frequencies and not the others.
2. The audio clip is bad.
3. There is something wrong with your computer.
Also, it is not inconceivable that if you are using WIN 10 that the OS might be at the root cause of your problem.
there is basically nothing that can be done?
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
I have NO idea if it´going to work, but I´ll do my best
i was trying to use this program BUT when i upload my wav...it keeps giving me a warning box...
when i change it to 16 bit and 44 Hz on audacity its always at some point after a certain period of time giving me an error and then crashes
It might be because all of the facials are named Null_ - (No). So the facials that aren't meant to move the bars, are probably taken into account. I'm not sure how fix this >.<
I know other people have used the VMDSpectrum with this song, so it might just be my fault, but I did have to set the frequency to 10fps for it to accept it
Note: The model needs to be built for use with this type of motion.
1. Open the music files properties panel
2. Open the music file in a dedicated audio editing program like Audacity
3. Some music players may provide detailed info on the music file in question