NSF import - PAL to NTSC speed change?

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NSF import - PAL to NTSC speed change?

Post by Zepper » Mon Aug 21, 2017 7:04 am

I'm importing a track from Noah's Ark, but it needs to be at 60hz (faster). How do I change that in NSF import?

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Re: NSF import - PAL to NTSC speed change?

Post by rainwarrior » Mon Aug 21, 2017 8:35 am

Can't you just change the engine speed in Famitracker after importing to 60 hz? (Might also need to change "tempo" to 150?)

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Re: NSF import - PAL to NTSC speed change?

Post by Zepper » Mon Aug 21, 2017 12:07 pm

I was looking at song settings only. Thanks.
Is possible to change the octave up or down, or must be by hand?

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Re: NSF import - PAL to NTSC speed change?

Post by rainwarrior » Mon Aug 21, 2017 12:10 pm

Umm, well you could put an arpeggio macro on the default instrument 0 with a -12 maybe? That would transpose everything, but probably mess up the noise.

There's keyboard shortcuts for transposing the current selection up or down an octave, but you'd have to go through each pattern and select stuff before doing the transpose, etc. There's no globally transpose everything feature, AFAIK.

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